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Results: Pro Wrestling EVE ‘Maybe Wrestling Will Help’

This weekend (September 8th), Pro Wrestling EVE presented their ‘Maybe Wrestling Will Help’ event Resistance Gallery in London.

Below are results, courtesy of Pro WresLand:

  • Pro Wrestling EVE Champion Charlie Morgan defeated her mystery challenger Millie McKenzie via Superkick in a non-title match. Out comes Rhia O’Reilly to challenge her for at the Strong Women Style event on September 29th. Challenge accepted but O’Reilly was attacked by Kasey Owens and Charli Evans, though Addy Starr tried to help. This sets up for the event’s main event.
  • Kay Lee Ray defeated Jetta via Swanton Bomb.
  • Viper defeated Sierra Loxton via Viper Driver.
  • Erin Angel defeated Nina Samuels with a roll-up even with Jetta’s attempts to help her. Samuels is pissed, and challenges Jetta for Strong Women Style and it’s going to be a SHE-1 Qualifier.
  • SHE-1 Qualifying Match: Kris Wolf defeated Bea Priestley via Tornado DDT.
  • Addy Starr and Rhia O’Reilly vs. Kasey Owens and Charli Evans main event match gets thrown out after Evans slams Starr face first into drawing pins. Everyone runs in, Charlie Morgan gets involved and then Sammii Jayne returns to take everyone out. She wants her belt back.

The main event on the 29th is now Morgan vs. O’Reilly vs. Kasey vs. Jayne in a Four Way Elimination Match for the EVE Title!

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