Women Superstars Uncensored return to the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey tomorrow for Breaking Barriers, their half of this weekend’s WSU/CZW double header.
Nine matches have been confirmed for the show, with LuFisto defending her WSU World Championship in the main event against Jenny Rose. LuFisto’s altercations over the past months with WSU boss DJ Hyde are well-documented and she will determined to assert her dominance, while Rose will be relishing the opportunity to fight for WSU’s most coveted prize, having been rewarded with this match for her recent winning streak.
The WSU Spirit Championship is also up for grabs, as current champion Niya Barela faces the debuting Tessa Blanchard (daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Tully Blanchard) in singles action, while WSU Tag Team Champions the Juicy Product are put in singles matches against the team they won their title from, C.U.N.T., with David Starr facing Annie Social and JT Dunn going up against Kimber Lee. Should both women be victorious in their matches, they will earn another shot at the belts they feel they are the rightful owners of.
Elsewhere, Hania and Athena‘s incredible match from previous show “Resurgence” is reprised, as the two face off once again due to popular demand. Also, Leva Bates will face ever-improving CZW Academy upstart Brittany Blake in a battle of women’s wrestling’s favourite cosplayers.
Meanwhile, D’Arcy Dixon makes her WSU debut – but perhaps not in ideal fashion, as she takes on Mickie Knuckles, who returns to WSU for the first time since failing to win the WSU Championship from LuFisto in July. Finally, Cherry Bomb takes on Solo Darling in singles action, while Nevaeh, who is understandably incensed at not receiving a WSU Spirit Championship shot, looks to make an example of another returnee, Jewells Malone.
It has also been announced that Sassy Stephie will make an appearance to address the WSU audience about her actions towards LuFisto at the previous show.
WSU Breaking Barriers takes place tomorrow at 4pm Eastern (9pm GMT) at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey, and will be broadcast live on iPPV at Highspots.tv. Click here to order the show.
If you can’t watch, you can follow live coverage of the show on Diva Dirt.