I was actually surprised that Triple H did not win this poll for the next mixtape. Whether it was just one troll who voted for her sixty times or whatever, I’m still down because I do dig Trish. I mean, how do you not find her attractive???
Sorry guys, trying to keep this site SFW. Well, as SFW as I can. There’s about to be a chick talking dirty about tables in a few minutes.
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AWA: War in the Windy City
June 23, 1989
The current AWA Champs were as follows:
AWA World Champion: Larry Zbyszko (2/7/1989)
AWA World Tag Team Champions: Ken Patera & Brad Rheingans (3/25/1989)
AWA International Television Champion: Greg Gagne (12/13/1988)
AWA Women’s Champion: Wendi Richter (11/26/1988)
I can’t believe this is the first complete AWA show that I’ll review. I figured it would be a SuperClash, Super Sunday, or even WrestleRock for crying out loud. But nevertheless, this is what you’re getting.
Your hosts are Eric Bischoff and Lee Marshall (without his signature burly mustache). Shows how out of touch Verne was, Marshall is the cool kid on the block. Read the rest of this entry
March 28, 1999
Live from Philadelphia, PA.
Your hosts: Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler
WWF Hardcore Title: Billy Gunn vs. Hardcore Holly vs. Al Snow (w/Head).
Holly is insanely over at this time with the crowd. Read the rest of this entry
February 14, 1999
Live from Memphis, Tenn.
Host: Michael “The Viper” Cole and Jerry “four-percent of votes” Lawler
Opening Match: Goldust vs. Bluedust.
Blue Meanie came into WWF right away imitating and costing Goldust his matches. Goldust hits a spinebuster. Read the rest of this entry
What’s up everybody. My name is Kyle and I’ve been a wrestling fan for 16 years. I love all kinds of wrestling and I also happen to love women. That is all.
How it works:
The rules are just a little different Read the rest of this entry
|Fabulous Moolah||Judy Grable||9/18/1956||New Orleans, LA|
|Wendi Richter||Fabulous Moolah||7/23/1984||The Brawl to End It All|
|Lelani Kai||Wendi Richter||2/18/1985||New York, NY|
|Wendi Richter||Lelani Kai||3/31/1985||WrestleMania|
|Fabulous Moolah (2)||Wendi Richter||11/25/1985||New York, NY|
|Velvet McIntyre||Fabulous Moolah||7/3/1986||Brisbane, Australia|
|Fabulous Moolah (3)||Velvet McIntyre||7/9/1986||Sydney, Australia|
|Sherri Martel||Fabulous Moolah||7/24/1987||Houston, TX|
|Rockin’ Robin||Sherri Martel||10/7/1988||Prime Time Wrestling|
|Alundra Blayze||Heidi Lee Morgan||12/13/1993||Poughkeepsie, NY|
|Bull Nakano||Alundra Blayze||11/20/1994||Tokyo, Japan|
|Alundra Blayze (2)||Bull Nakano||4/3/1995||Monday Night Raw|
|Bertha Faye||Alundra Blayze||8/27/1995||SummerSlam|
|Alundra Blayze (3)||Bertha Faye||10/23/1995||Monday Night Raw|
|Jacqueline||Sable||9/21/1998||Raw is War|
|Debra||Sable||5/10/1999||Raw is War|
|Ivory||Debra||6/14/1999||Raw is War|
|Fabulous Moolah (4)||Ivory||10/17/1999||No Mercy|
|Ivory (2)||Fabulous Moolah||10/25/1999||Raw is War|
|Harvey Wippleman||The Kat||1/31/2000||Raw is War|
|Jacqueline (2)||Harvey Wippleman||2/3/2000||Smackdown!|
|Lita||Stephanie McMahon||8/21/2000||Raw is War|
|Trish Stratus||–||11/18/2001||Survivor Series|
|Trish Stratus (2)||Jazz||5/13/2002||Raw|
|Mighty Molly||Trish Stratus||6/23/2002||King of the Ring|
|Trish Stratus (3)||Mighty Molly||9/22/2002||Unforgiven|
|Victoria||Trish Stratus||11/17/2002||Survivor Series|
|Trish Stratus (4)||Victoria||3/30/2003||WrestleMania XIX|
|Jazz (2)||Trish Stratus||4/27/2003||Backlash|
|Molly Holly (2)||Gail Kim||7/28/2003||Raw|
|Victoria (2)||Molly Holly||2/23/2004||Raw|
|Trish Stratus (5)||Victoria||6/13/2004||Bad Blood|
|Lita (2)||Trish Stratus||12/6/2004||Raw|
|Trish Stratus (6)||Lita||1/9/2005||New Year’s Revolution|
|Mickie James||Trish Stratus||4/2/2006||WrestleMania 22|
|Lita (3)||Mickie James||8/14/2006||Raw|
|Trish Stratus (7)||Lita||9/17/2006||Unforgiven|
|Lita (4)||Mickie James||11/5/2006||Cyber Sunday|
|Mickie James (2)||Lita||11/26/2006||Survivor Series|
|Mickie James (3)||Melina||4/24/2007||Paris, France|
|Melina (2)||Mickie James||4/24/2007||Paris, France|
|Beth Phoenix||Candice||10/7/2007||No Mercy|
|Mickie James (4)||Beth Phoenix||4/14/2008||Raw|
|Beth Phoenix (2)||Mickie James||8/17/2008||SummerSlam|
|Melina (3)||Beth Phoenix||1/25/2009||Royal Rumble|
|Michelle McCool||Melina||6/28/2009||The Bash|
: This is a tournament final.
: Moolah wrestled as Spider Lady and unmasked after the victory.
: The title became completely inactive in 1990.
: This was a tournament final.
: Blayze (Madusa Miceli) threw the title belt in the trash upon arrival in WCW, leaving the title once again vacant.
: This was to fill the vacant title.
: Though Debra had her clothes stripped off first in this evening gown match, she was still declared the winner by WWF commissioner Shawn Michaels.
: This was a four-way evening gown match held in a pool that also included Jacquelyn and B.B and had the Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young as special guest referees.
: Harvey Wippleman dressed up as a woman and called himself Hervina in order to obtain the title.
: This was a four-corners match which also included Jacqueline and Trish Stratus.
: The title became vacant when Chyna left the WWF because of a contract dispute.
: This was a six-pack challenge match which also included Lita, Jacqueline, Mighty Molly, Ivory and Jazz.
: This was a tag team match with Trish Stratus and Bubba Ray Dudley taking on Jazz and Steven Richards.
: This was a triple-threat match which also included Jazz.
: This was a seven-woman battle royal which also included Trish Stratus, Ivory, Jacqueline, Victoria and Molly Holly.
: This was a fatal-four way match also including Lita and Jazz.
: This was a fatal-four way match also involving Lita and Gail Kim.
: Trish Stratus retired as WWE Womens Champion on the same night she won the belt. Because of her retirement, the title became vacant.
: This was a tournament final.
: This was a triple-threat match which also included Victoria.
: Phoenix teamed up with Santino Marella to take on Womens champion Mickie James and Intercontinental champion Kofi Kingston in a “Winner Takes All” match.
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