Diva Dirt presents live coverage of WSU Resurgence, taking place this afternoon at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey, and live on iPPV.
The main event sees LuFisto put her WSU World Championship on the line against Allysin Kay, while C.U.N.T. (Kimber Lee and Annie Social) look to regain their WSU Tag Team Championships from the Juicy Product (David Starr and JT Dunn). Jessicka Havok is also set to make an appearance on the show.
WSU Resurgence airs live on iPPV from 4pm ET (9pm GMT). You can order the show at Highspots.tv.
Live results will appear below.
Jenny Rose defeated Marti Belle. A fun, fast-paced match to start proceedings, Rose and Belle both being quick but cautious, trying to outsmart each other with sneaky roll-ups and submissions. In the end it was Rose that picked up the win with a schoolgirl.
Cherry Bomb defeated Miss Diss Lexia. A solid performance from Lexia, making her WSU debut and getting plenty of nice offense in, but ultimately falling short to Cherry Bomb, who got the win with the Best Superkick Ever.
Nevaeh and Brittany Blake defeated Niya Barela and Jessie Kaye. This was all about the rookie upstart Brittany Blake, who took a TON of damage in the ring from both Niya and Kaye over an immense period of time, before finally making a hot tag to Nevaeh, who cleaned house, taking out both opponents. Eventually a miscommunication between Niya and Blake allowed Nevaeh to hit a German on Blake for the three-count. After the match, Niya attacked Blake, and the pair brawled to the outside.
Sassy Stephie comes to the ring with Madamoiselle Rachelle. Stephie delivers some snark in Jessicka Havok’s direction, and says she doesn’t have an opponent tonight. Enter Solo Darling.
Sassy Stephie defeated Solo Darling. Solo immediately went for a hug, but Stephie threw her off. Stephie dominated the early stages of the match, but Solo came back into it with a back-to-back senton, before a quick ingestion of sugar galvanised her. Solo had the match won when she hit the Hug Factor, but Rachelle interjected before a three-count could be made, allowing Stephie to hit Kiss My Sass for the win. Good match, and a great performance from Solo Darling on her WSU debut.
Athena defeated Hania. Match of the night so far by a country mile, as two of the most exciting women on the roster threw everything they had at each other in wave upon wave of high-octane action. Athena got the win with an O-Face but Hania can be extremely proud of her contribution to that match.
Juicy Product (David Starr and JT Dunn) defeated C.U.N.T. (Annie Social and Kimber Lee) to retain the WSU Tag Team Championships. Rick Cataldo was accompanying Juicy Product, having “diva-fied” them (read: put them in tutus). David Starr and JT Dunn got the win with their double-team tombstone piledriver combo. This was a great match, with plenty of comedy and action in equal measure, and C.U.N.T. looked superb against their opponents. The finish though…I just don’t see how a clean win for the men benefits WSU in any way whatsoever. I dunno. We’ll see.
LuFisto defeated Allysin Kay to retain the WSU World Championship. Another aggressive, back-and-forth contest, going both and in and outside of the ring and hitting each other hard with power moves and strikes. LuFisto got the win with the Burning Hammer.
Out comes DJ Hyde with Sassy Stephie, and tells LuFisto that he wants her to be by his side and do as he says in WSU. LuFisto refuses, saying she’d rather die on her feet than live on her knees. Her and Stephie brawl, before Hyde throws a chair in her face and dismantles Pegaboo in front of her, as LuFisto bleeds in the ring.
That’s all for tonight. Three great, great matches to finish off along with a solid undercard. WSU’s next show will be Breaking Barriers on November 8th.