Diva Dirt presents live coverage of SHINE 15, airing tonight on iPPV.
In the main event, Rain‘s storied career will come to an end – win or lose – as she defends her SHINE Championship one last time, against Amazing Kong, while in the other marquee match of the night two former best friends face off as Jessicka Havok goes one-on-one with Allysin Kay.
It was announced earlier today that due to a family emergency Daffney will unfortunately not be appearing on tonight’s show. Our thoughts go to Daffney and her family at this time.
SHINE 15 comes to us live from the Orpheum in Ybor City, Florida at 9pm ET (2am GMT). View the full card and order the event now on WWNLive.com.
Live results will appear below.
Su Yung defeated Solo Darling. A rematch from the previous SHINE show, this was a solid but unspectacular opener which saw Yung make up for her defeat at SHINE 14 with a more aggressive performance than usual, picking up the submission victory with Yellow Fever following a devastating Michinoku Driver to Solo Darling.
Sojo Bolt defeated La Rosa Negra. The stream was down for the duration of the match.
As the Friday 13th Massacre match between Leva Bates and Nevaeh was being set up, the stream went down again and didn’t come back. The show was put on hold while they tried to fix it, but it appears SHINE have accepted the problems as a lost cause.
However, we’ve learnt that those of you who ordered the live show will get the VOD for free tomorrow, while those who ordered it with the VOD will get another free VOD of your choice.
Here are the remaining results, courtesy of Twitter.
* Friday 13th Massacre Match: Leva Bates defeated Nevaeh.
* The SNS Express (Sassy Stephie & Jessie Belle) defeated The American Sweethearts (Santana & Amber O’Neal). As a result, the American Sweethearts must split up as a tag team.
* Jessicka Havok and Allysin Kay wrestled to a double disqualification. After the match, Kay attacked Havok.
* SHINE Championship: Rain defeated Amazing Kong to retain her title. Following the match, Rain celebrates with here Valkyrie stablemates and says she is not retiring. However, Lexie Fyfe comes out and announces that the next challenger to Rain’s title will be Ivelisse.
That’s all for tonight – the technical issues were a shame, but join us tomorrow after we’ve seen the VOD for a full review.