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PROGRESS reveal Jordynne Grace’s next Women’s Title match

UPDATE AS OF MARCH 14: Allie Kat revealed via Twitter that her title match against Jordynne Grace will not take place after all. In fact, she will not be appearing for Nova Pro Wrestling “for the foreseeable future.” Stay tuned to Diva Dirt as we report further updates as to why when further details reveal themselves. The original article is as follows:

Jordynne Grace seems to be everywhere on the independent circuit and isn’t showing signs of stopping. She currently holds the PROGRESS Women’s Championship, which she won in December by defeating Jinny. It has been announced via PROGRESS’s Twitter account that Grace will be defending her title on March 30 at NOVA Pro Wrestling against Allie Kat.



Allie Kat responded to the announcement via Twitter. She referred to the title as a treat to go along with her cat persona.

Grace is also scheduled to defend her other championship for Women Superstars Uncensored. She is the current WSU Spirit Champion and will defend this title against Kris Statlander. She was originally slated to defend this title against Leyla Hirsch, but due to injury, Hirsch will not be competing. This will take place at a Combat Zone Wrestling event on March 2.

Along with both of her title defenses, Grace has an opportunity to become the first ever WSW Women’s Championship as well. As previously reported, World Series Wrestling is crowning their first Women’s Champion in a tournament. The winner will be crowned on March 10 in a triple threat match. Grace is on the hunt to capture titles all around the globe.

What do you think of Grace’s quest of capturing all the gold around the world? Discuss in the comment section below. Check back with Diva Dirt for any results on championships changing hands.

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