The Mae Young Classic tournament has almost come and gone, 32 women from around the world travelled to Full Sail University in Florida to fight for the chance to raise the trophy high and only two ring Queens remain, Shayna Baszler and Kairi Sane.
Our review of the Mae Young Classic continues on with Episode Four, featuring Renee Michelle, Candice LeRae, Nicole Savoy, Reina Gonzalez, Lacey Evans, Taynara Conti, Kairi Sane, and Tessa Blanchard.
Our review of the Mae Young Classic continues on with Episode Three, featuring Ayesha Raymond, Toni Storm, Kavita Devi, Dakota Kai, Bianca Belair, Sage Beckett, Piper Niven and Santana Garrett!
On this edition of The Top Draw, former WWE talent Shelly Martinez speaks on her adulterous accusations she made toward Vince McMahon in a Tweet, as well as the subject of wrestling promoters treatment of women in pro wrestling and more.
The Mae Young Classic features 32 of the most talented female professional wrestlers from all over the globe. Those 32 women will compete in a tournament on WWE Network. This is a review of the Mae Young Classic on RingScoops.com, reviewing each episode individually.
The fifth episode of G.L.O.W. starts off with Debbie showing frustration over not understanding pro wrestling. Debbie thinks it is stupid and barbaric, with no substance. That is all about to change after attending her first actual wrestling event!
In the fourth installment of G.L.O.W., the main premise of the episode is the girls moving into a motel complex and having to deal with their new environment.
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past three years, there has been a shift in women’s wrestling in the mainstream United States. A women’s revolution, as coined by the WWE.