6) In a handicap match, Havoc & Rob Dimension beat Eddie Guapo, whose partner Nuisance's flight was diverted (by Dimension). This led to Guapo taking the microphone and challenging Dimension's Ivy League to face him, Television Champion EC Negro and Tag Team favorites Ghetto Fabulous in a cage match this Saturday.
7) Mercedes Martinez pinned Simply Luscious in their first ever singles match against each other.
8) Main Event: WXW Women's Champion Talia pinned Krissy Vaine despite the presence of Amber O'Neal ringside.
Alere Little Feather Wins 2004 Elite 8 Women's Tournament!!!
On Sat, Oct 9th, WXW Women's League presented the 3rd annual Elite 8 Women's Tournament. This year, Alere Little Feather walked out the champion and joined previous prestigious winners such as Tracy Brooks and April Hunter. The results of the show are as follows:
Round 1: Quarter-Finals: Alere Little Feather defeated Amber O'Neal.
Krissy Vaine defeated Cindy Rogers.
Allison Danger defeated Simply Luscious.
Mercedes Martinez defeated Lacey.
Round 2: Semi-Finals: Alere Little Feather defeated Krissy Vaine.
Mercedes Martinez defeated Allison Danger.
Round 3: Finals: Alere Little Feather defeated Mercedes
Martinez in the finals to become the 2004
Elite 8 Women's Champion.
In non-tournament matches, Talia retained her WXW Women's
championship over Becky Bayless and Mana "The Polynesian Warrior"
retained the WXW Heavyweight Championship over Paul E. Normous and
Johnny Bravado. Congratulations to all involved in this year's prestigious
WXW Women's Elite 8 Tournament.
Important Info On Joining The WXW Women Division
The head offices of WXW have been flooded with responses from potential womens wrestlers from all over the world wanting to be a part of the most prestigious women's division in the country. For those who have not inquired about being part of the WXW Women's League, do so fast by e-mailing email@example.com It is a great opportunity for those who have never worked for "Pops" to do so and learn from one of the living legends of wrestling and a current WWE Talent Scout. His knowledge and experience has earned him respect from all over the world, and when young hopefuls ask WWE officials what they should do to better their chances at a contract, they are told to go to Afa "The Wild Samoan" because he'll help set you on the right path. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for all the latest info.