Preview: Fierce Females ‘Avenging Angels’


It’s looking to be a great weekend for women’s wrestling in the United Kingdom. Not only are Pro Wrestling: EVE hosting their annual SHE-1 tournament, but Fierce Females will be making their England debut on Sunday night as they head to the Fusion Nightclub in Liverpool to present Avenging Angels. Judging by the card that’s been announced, this could very well be one of the best Fierce Females shows of all time.

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Scottish Women’s Championship
Sammii Jayne (c) vs Raven Creed

Sammii Jayne makes the first defence of her Scottish Women’s Championship at Avenging Angels as she defends against the always unpredictable Raven Creed. Sammii earned a title opportunity back in February after besting both Ashley Vega and Angel Hayze in a #1 contenders tournament back in February, but after an injury prevented her from challenging Jayla Dark two months after, The Main Event Empress would instead challenge Jayla this past September at Welcome to the Hellmouth. The match, which was Jayla’s last in Fierce Females before her retirement at the end of that month, saw Sammii finally capture the Scottish Women’s Championship after years of being on the hunt for the strap. Now, the unhinged Irish star Raven Creed has stepped forward to end Sammii’s title reign before it’s even properly begun. These two have faced off in an FF ring before, with Raven picking up the win just under a year ago at Dark last November. Will the outcome be the same this time around, with Raven Creed leaving Liverpool as the new Scottish Women’s Champion?

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Fierce Females Internet Championship
Debbie Keitel (c) vs Sammie Jo

Speaking of last November’s show, that’s when Debbie Keitel captured the Fierce Females Internet Championship from Danni Hunter, with The Whole Shebang going on to have quite the title reign in the near 365 days since. Since capturing the title from Hunter, Debbie has gone on to retain it against the likes of Angel Hayze and Jokey, with a fantastic I Quit Match against the latter unfortunately ending in a no contest at Exorcise Your Rite. With Keitel remaining the champion at that event, her next challenger would also be determined that evening, with Sammie Jo sending Emily Hayden packing from Fierce Females after defeating her in an I Do Match to become the next in line for a shot at the Internet Championship. Sammie is also scheduled to face former Lucha Underground star Ivelisse at a Source Wrestling tonight at the time of writing – this could very well be the biggest weekend in the career of Sammie Jo. Either that, or Debbie Keitel will reach a full year as the Internet Champion.

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FutureShock Women’s Championship
Alexxis Falcon (c) vs Amy Allonsy

For the second time, the FutureShock Wrestling Women’s Championship will be defended in a Fierce Females ring as Alexxis Falcon makes another defence of the title, this time going up against the unicorn herself Amy Allonsy. The Iron Queen captured the title back in March after besting Lana Austin, with her second defence happening at Welcome to the Hellmouth as she defended against Ayesha Raymond (Ayesha’s German Wrestling Federation Women’s Championship was also up for grabs). The ladies would eventually battle to a double count out, resulting in them both retaining their respective titles, but now Amy Allonsy is looking to add to her trophy cabinet. She recently captured the No Limits Wrestling Tag Team Championships alongside More Than Hype member LJ Cleary – can the woman who claims she’s as special as a unicorn win her first singles championship on Sunday evening in Liverpool?

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Triple Threat Match
Chantal Jordan vs Ivelisse vs Kanji

When Ivelisse was first announced to be making her Fierce Females debut at Avenging Angels, it didn’t take long for Chantal Jordan to put her name forward to challenge the artist formerly known as Sofia Cortez. However, someone who wasn’t too happy with that match being made was Kanji. The Asian Sensation was originally scheduled to face the debuting Chantal at Welcome to the Hellmouth, but was unable to make it to the show, and was then subsequently replaced by Rhio. The former Defiant Wrestling Women’s Champion was later added to the bout to turn it into a Triple Threat Match, but she has since suffered a broken arm. While no official word has been made, you’d have to imagine this will either be turned into a singles bout between Chantal and Ivelisse, or we’ll see someone else inserted in place of Kanji. Either way, this is a huge opportunity for Chantal Jordan. The Baddest Girl on the Planet has been receiving rave reviews for quite some time now, something that Ivelisse will find out first-hand in Liverpool.

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Jokey vs Taonga

Something that Fierce Females changed about their shows from Welcome to the Hellmouth onwards was the addition of a pre-show match, used to showcase some rising talents. The first one saw PBW Academy standout Rosie Nyte taking on a name I wasn’t familiar with at all, Taonga, who would go on to win the match. Despite being successful in her first outing in a Fierce Females ring, Taonga felt immensely disrespected at her debut taking place on the pre-show as opposed to the main card, something that she demanded would be changing when Fierce Females invaded Liverpool. In an unlucky move for The Ultimate Diva however, she now finds herself going up against a very motivated Jokey. The new ICW Women’s World Champion has had unsuccessful challenges for both the Scottish Women’s Championship and the Internet Championship this year – a loss to someone as new as Taonga would only send Jokey hurling further down the Fierce Females rankings.


Lana Austin vs Gia Adams

In a change to the originally scheduled match, Gia Adams will now take on the returning Lana Austin, who replaces the previously advertised Shax. Gia made her Fierce Females debut at Welcome to the Hellmouth in a losing effort to Sammie Jo, while also making appearances in Scotland earlier on in the year for both World Wide Wrestling League and Respect Pro Wrestling, where she lost her Upbrawl Championship Wrestling Women’s Championship to Emily Hayden. Meanwhile, Lana Austin made her Fierce Females return at Exorcise Your Rite this past June, where she defeated the debuting Gisele Shaw. However, she’s yet to receive her title opportunity at the Scottish Women’s Championship, a title match she earned by winning a four-woman tournament in February 2018 by defeating both Jokey and Kasey Owens in the same night. After she was unable to compete in her scheduled title match at Welcome to the Hellmouth, we could very well see Gia Adams inserted into the title picture if she’s able to pick up the victory over Lana.

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Rhio vs Hollie Barlow

After a lengthy absence from Fierce Females, Rhio made a surprise return to the promotion at Welcome to the Hellmouth, replacing Kanji in a losing effort to the debuting Chantal Jordan. During her time away from FF, The Braider Bruiser was able to capture the Women’s Championships in Preston City Wrestling and Tidal Championship Wrestling, while also making an appearance in a Battle Royal on an episode of NXT UK. Her opponent here, Hollie Barlow, will be making her Fierce Females debut at Avenging Angels, but she’ll be a familiar face to fans of FutureShock Wrestling. Both ladies will be looking to leave a lasting impression on Fierce Females management here, and with the Queens Winter Carnival coming up at the start of December, perhaps we’ll see one (or both) of these ladies entered into that single-elimination tournament.

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Hannah Taylor vs Lizzy Evo

The pre-show bout for Avenging Angels, like the one at Welcome to the Hellmouth, will see two women making their Fierce Females debut as Hannah Taylor takes on Lizzy Evo in a battle between two recently rechristened performers. If Cagematch is anything to go by, then Hannah, previously known as Jessica Light, is fairly new to the sport, with only four matches of her on the database over there. As always though, you can never trust those sites, so maybe she’s a 10 year veteran. Her opponent however is someone I know who’s bringing plenty of experience to the bout, it’s Lizzy Evo. Formerly known as Lizzy Styles, The One Woman Army turned out to be the final Women’s Champion in Defiant Wrestling history following the promotion’s closure earlier on in the year, while also being a former Women’s Champion in Tidal Championship Wrestling. Using a devastating knee strike as her prime finishing move, it could very well be a quick night out in Liverpool for Taylor if she’s hit with the Virgil Van Stryke.

Tickets are still available at the time of writing from Fierce Females’ official website, priced at Β£40 for VIP (which gives you access to the pre-show match, early entry, a meet and greet with Ivelisse, a Fierce Females t-shirt, and a spot on the balcony if you so wish), Β£20 for early entry (which give you access to everything included in the VIP option with the exception of the t-shirt and the balcony spot), and Β£12 for general admission. General admission tickets will also be available at the door, priced at Β£15. Doors open at 6pm for VIP and early entry ticket holders, and 6:30pm for general admission ticket holders, with the main card kicking off at 7pm!

Announced Matches
Scottish Women’s Championship – Sammii Jayne (c) vs Raven Creed
Fierce Females Internet Championship – Debbie Keitel (c) vs Sammie Jo
FutureShock Women’s Championship – Alexxis Falcon (c) vs Amy Allonsy
Triple Threat Match – Chantal Jordan vs Ivelisse vs Kanji
Jokey vs Taonga
Lana Austin vs Gia Adams
Rhio vs Hollie Barlow
Pre-Show – Hannah Taylor vs Lizzy Evo

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