Diva Dirt TV previews the match and has a sneak peek at their all-out war last March at WSU’s 5th Anniversary Show. Watch the full match here.
Plus, the WSU annual J-Cup tournament will take place on Saturday, also, with the winner facing the winner of the Havok/Martinez match in the main event of the night’s second of two tapings.
Full card below:[notice]WSU Returns Live With Another DOUBLE DVD Taping on 4/28. Tickets are now on sale at WSUVideo.com.
Here is the info on this event:
WSU J-Cup Double DVD Taping
Doors Open: 4PM
Belltime: 5:00 PM First Show, 7PM second show
435-13 Brook Avenue
Deer Park, New York 11729
All Tickets $25,and gives you access to both shows.
Email [email protected] to order or order off WSUWrestling.com or WSUvideo.com
Matches Announced For Taping One:
For the WSU World Title
(c) Jessicka Havok vs Mercedes Martinez
For the WSU Tag Team Titles
(c) Allisyn Kay & Sassy Stephanie vs The Soul Sisters (Jana & Latasha)
Uncensored Rules Match
Tina San Antonio vs Marti Belle
The Winner Gets a WORLD TITLE Shot on the 2nd DVD Taping Against Havok/Martinez Winner
FIRST ROUND MATCHES
Annie Social vs Nikki Syx
Alicia vs Lexus
Athena vs Christina Von Eerie
Brittney Savage vs Ezavel Suena
Jennifer Cruz’s Queen Coronation Ceremony
Taping 2 Events
WSU World Title Match
Martinez/Havok Winner vs J-Cup Winner
Her Majesty Jennifer Cruz vs Jana
*Note if Jana becomes WSU Tag Team Champion, this match will still take place
Former Spirit Champion & Former #1 Contender to the WSU World Championship, RAIN, has promised to make a major announcement on 4/28. Rain is scheduled to compete on
The winner of the J-Cup will face the winner of Havok/Martinez on the second taping. Matches for the second taping will take place based on the fall-out of the J-CUP
Also appearing on 4/28: Kimber Lee, Bones & Roses, Rick Cataldo, Amy Lee, Jon Harder & More!
***NOTE: As announced on the WSU twitter page, due to injuries and a family mater, April Hunter can not make this event. Hunter returns on 6/16 at the Uncensored
J-CUP Participants Rundown:
Here are quick bios on this year’s J-Cup class
ANNIE SOCIAL- Annie Social is a former two-time WSU Tag Team Champion, and won three matches in one night to become the first ever WSU Tag Team Champion with Roxxie Cotton on 10/10/08 in the WSU Tag Team Title Tournament. Social was trained by the late Trent Acid. Social has been part of WSU from year one and has been involved in many spectacular matches. Social got the spot in the J-Cup when her good friend April Hunter pulled out with injury and family issues. Social returned to WSU at last year’s Uncensored Rumble. Social has also competed in Japan over the past year. By winning this year’s J-Cup, Social would put herself in a spot of prominence in WSU.
EZAVEL SUENA- Suena debuted in WSU at the WSU/NWS Blitzkreig show in January of this year. Suena was recruited from Mexico by her agent/manager Rick Cataldo. Not much is known about Suena personally. Suena brings a high flying style to the ring. By winning this year’s J-Cup, Suena would make her name in WSU and would be another feather in the cap in Rick Cataldo’s managing career.
LEXUS- Lexus was part of the longest reigning WSU tag team champions with partner Amber of the Boston Shore. Lexus had a huge 2011, entering the Uncensored Rumble at
the number 1 spot and winning the match. Lexus then challenged then-World Champion Mercedes Martinez and competed in the longest match in womens wrestling history
going 73 minutes. While Lexus lost the match, she made her name on the womens wrestling scene. Lexus also challenged Melina at Breaking Barriers 2. Many fans are
calling Lexus the next rising star of WSU and winning the J-Cup would cement that theory.
ALICIA- Alicia is the most accomplished wrestler on the WSU roster, winning every championship (World, Spirit, Tag) and has also won the King & Queen of the Ring
Tournament, as well as winning the J-Cup tournament in 2010. Alicia was sidetracked for most of 2011 with the Mid-West Militia and looks to re-ignite her singles
career by winning this year’s J-Cup. Alicia never got a World Title rematch after Jessicka Havok screwed her over at the WSU 4 Year Anniversary Show. If Alicia can win
the J-Cup, she will be back on track of her original goal – becoming WSU World Champion.
BRITTNEY SAVAGE- Brittney Savage started her career in WSU and has the most Spirit Title reigns and has also held the Spirit Title for the longest amount of time.
Savage is also a former WSU Tag Champion and won the J-Cup Tournament last year. Savage has been feuding with the Mid-West Militia for the last few months and would
love to take the WSU World Title away from Jessicka Havok. The same World Champion Jessicka Havok that Savage has laid out with her diamond cutter. No one has ever won the J-Cup two years in a row, but Savage looks to change that.
NIKKI SYX- Nikki Syx debuted in WSU last year and is the current reigning & defending NYWC Starlet Champion. Syx has had a strong win-loss record in WSU and has competed already against some of the best. Syx is looking to stand out and walk under her own two feet in WSU. Winning the J-Cup would do just that.
CHRISTINA VON EERIE- Christina Von Eerie, formerly of TNA as Toxine, makes her WSU debut at the J-Cup. What a way to make a debut by winning the J-Cup and becoming the new number 1 contender to the WSU World Championship. With Athena in the first round, CVE will be tested in WSU right away.
ATHENA- Athena has been with WSU for over a year and has been incredible. Athena, known for her O-Face finishing move, will need to hit 3 of them to become number 1 contender to the WSU Championship. Athena has made her name across the womens wrestling circuit, but is looking to entrench herself in WSU. Winning the J-Cup will do just that.[/notice]