Ring Ka King Write-Up (March 4th, 2012): Raisha Saeed Provides Mickie James Some Room Service

Welcome to another Ring Ka King Write-Up from yours truly!~ Given that we discovered last week the women of the Indian based promotion can be featured two times a week since they air new episodes on both Saturday and Sunday, it’s only fitting to continue this treacherous feud between Mickie James and Raisha Saeed. No match took place, but what we did get was a pretty uniquely done segment between the two that takes place in — wait for it — Mickie James’ hotel room! If that doesn’t entice you enough, I don’t know what will so let’s get to reviewing!

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We head backstage to see one of the Sheiks, along with Raisha Saeed standing in front of a custom type camera which we can assume is being operated by the other member of the team. Daivari then claims that it’s time for he, Mustafa (Hey, Lion King!), and Raisha to teach Mickie a lesson. After some brilliant commentary, he and Raisha head down the hallway and proceed to knock on Mickie’s door claiming to be room service. We hear James scream out that she didn’t order any, but the two do not let up on the situation. Finally she unlocks the door and Daivari basically kicks it in on her! Raisha leaps onto Mickie and begins pounding away at her on the bed! One commentator lets out a big “WHOAAAA” as Raisha DRILLS Mickie’s face into the wall near by. James screams out in horror, but Saeed does not let up! Daivari claims that she’s now learned a valuable life lesson, stating next time it will be much, much worse!

Thoughts: Oh my! My recap from the previous show stated how Raisha and Mickie’s feud was basically what I expected it to be, and it seems as if they saw that and decided to switch things up with quite the unexpected. (Yes, I know this was recorded far beyond my words ever hitting the Internet, but I like to believe I had an impact!) I thought the segment, while brief, was great. I don’t seem to recall one like it in mainstream female wrestling, although I’m kind of puzzled as to where this leads. I assumed their singles match was the blow off to this feud and that Angelina Love would be debuting after, but I guess we will have to wait and see.

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  • igotthatpma123

    This was so good I was laughing and jumping in my bed for more a bit much but I loved it

  • number1AngelinaLovefan

    IDK that kinda scared me sounded like they guy was going to rape her or something….Was not really a fan but that’s just IMO

  • shameronstar

    A few political incorrect and taboo things were going through my mind as I watched this!

    • number1AngelinaLovefan

      Right? To me it was weird and not a very good segment. Although i really did believe Mickie was in trouble so she is a good actress.

  • TheJoJoIsCrazy

    Wow. When Mickie brings the tears I believe her. I felt like she genuinely fear for her life. I would to, a face-covered man stomping my door in. I’d be disturbed. The sound her head made with the impact against the door…. OUCH!! >.<;'!!

    • number1AngelinaLovefan

      Yeah that’s what i am saying…Maybe when she is done with Wrestling she can go to acting….She is hella good at. But she really did make me belive that she was in some real danger

  • RayneWoman

    OMG, what was Daivari doing? The quality was a bit off so I couldn’t see properly (or it might have been my eyes) Poor Mickie.

  • wl75

    This might be the blowoff on this- remember, Mickie only did the first set of tapings (the first 13 eps), and I believe we’re close to that point in the airing order. They might have something next week, but Angelina should be making her first appearance pretty soon.

  • http://twitter.com/sulkingbeauty adifferentsame

    Such a creepy segment for an otherwise fun and fluffy show. I didn’t like it, though Mickie has potential to become a slasher flick heroine after this performance.

  • MickieJamesluvslave

    Well that was rather……er disturbing. No problem with male/female ‘violence’ in the pretext of wrestling. But this just felt wrong. Should have been Raisha alone. JMO

  • JJ

    Hmm not sure how I feel about this one. On one hand I want to say I liked it but on the other hand I don’t think I have ever seen Mickie scared like that. lol On another note,, does anyone know if there are any actual women wrestlers in India or that are from India? After watching Alissa play the Raisha Saeed character it got me wondering if there were any actual women wrestlers from India that might be upset that an american is playing a indian character? Then I started thinking well maybe their religion and culture doesn’t allow the women to be wrestlers? Anyway just thought I would ask out of curiosity.