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The WSU King and Queen of the Ring is an annual professional wrestling mixed tag team tournament promoted by Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU). From 2006 to 2012, WSU co-promoted the tournament with National Wrestling Superstars (NWS), but in 2013 partnered up with Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) for the tournament.

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2006Edit

The winners of the 2006 King and Queen Tournament were Julio Dinero and Kara Slice.[1]

2007Edit

The winners of the 2007 King and Queen tournament were Danny Demanto and Melissa Stripes. The first round matches were three-way matches.[2]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Archadia and Alicia Pin
Nicky Oceans and Alexa Thatcher / Cabbie and Cindy Rogers
BYE
Archadia and Alicia
Bison Bravado and Amy Lee No-contest
Corrupted Youth and Missy Sampson / Fever and Z-Barr
Danny Demanto and Melissa Stripes Pin
Archadia and Alicia
Danny Demanto and Melissa Stripes Pin
Shane Taylor and Sumie Sakai / Johnny Candido and Alere Little Feather
BYE
Danny Demanto and Melissa Stripes
 
 

2008Edit

The winners of the 2008 King and Queen tournament were Rhett Titus and Nikki Roxx (who interjected themselves into the final round match).[3]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Nicky Oceans and Alexa Thatcher Pin
JD Smoothie and Becky Bayless
Bison Bravado and Mercedes Martinez Pin
Nicky Oceans and Alexa Thatcher
Bison Bravado and Mercedes Martinez Pin
Pastor George and Amber
Rhett Titus and Nikki Roxx Pin
Bison Bravado and Mercedes Martinez / Danny Demanto and Jana
Devon Moore and Luscious Latasha Pin
Mikey Pacifica and Rebecca Payne
Danny Demanto and Jana Pin
Devon Moore and Luscious Latasha
Danny Demanto and Jana Pin
Zombie and Roxie Cotton

2009Edit

The winners of the 2009 King and Queen tournament were Jay Lethal and Miss April.[1]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Vicious Vinny and Brooke Carter Pin
Nicky Oceans and Autumn Breeze
Danny Demanto and Jana Pin
Vicious Vinny and Brooke Carter
Danny Demanto and Jana Pin
Travis Blake and Jennifer Cruz
Jay Lethal and Miss April Pin
Danny Demanto and Jana
Jay Lethal and Miss April Pin
Helter Skelter and Trixie Lynn
Jay Lethal and Miss April Pin
Bison Bravado and Annie Social
Bison Bravado and Annie Social Pin
JD Smoothie and Roxie Cotton / Sean Hanson and Rick Cataldo

2010Edit

The winners of the 2010 King and Queen tournament were Devon Moore and Alicia.[4]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Devon Moore and Alicia Pin
Danny Demanto and Marti Belle
Devon Moore and Alicia Pin
Nicky Oceans and Jana
Nicky Oceans and Jana Pin
Joey Janella and Niya
Devon Moore and Alicia Pin
Kevin Matthews and Nikki Roxx
Balls Mahoney and Jazz Pin
Bison Bravado and Amber O'Neal
Kevin Matthews and Nikki Roxx Pin
Balls Mahoney and Jazz
Kevin Matthews and Nikki Roxx Pin
JD Smoothie and Angel Orsini

2011Edit

The winners of the 2011 King and Queen tournament were Julio Dinero and Mercedes Martinez.[5]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Frightmare and Jamilia Craft Pin
JD Smooth and Sassy Stephanie
Nicky Oceans and Jennifer Cruz Pin
Joey Janella and Jana
Nicky Oceans and Jennifer Cruz Pin
Joey Janella and Jana
Julio Dinero and Mercedes Martinez Pin
Nicky Oceans and Jennifer Cruz
Kenny Dykstra and Cindy Rogers Pin
Spyral and Ariel
Julio Dinero and Mercedes Martinez Pin
Kenny Dykstra and Cindy Rogers
Julio Dinero and Mercedes Martinez Pin
Corey Havok and Nikky Syxx

2012Edit

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Jeff Cannonball and Jenny Rose Pin
Nicky Oceans and Nicollette The Monkey
Jeff Cannonball and Jenny Rose Pin
Jennifer Cruz and Mike Dennis
Austin Williams and Dixie McGuire Pin
Jennifer Cruz and Mike Dennis
Jennifer Cruz and Mike Dennis Pin
Jana and Johnny Knockout
JD Smoothie and Rick Cataldo Pin
Jack Spades and Tina San Antonio
Jack Spades and Tina San Antonio Pin
Jana and Johnny Knockout
Jana and Johnny Knockout Pin
Nikki Syxx and Richard Michaels

2013Edit

For 2013, WSU partnered up with Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) instead of NWS for the newly renamed "Queen and King of the Ring Tournament".[6]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Jake Crist and Nevaeh Pin
Cherry Bomb and Pepper Parks
Jake Crist and Nevaeh Pin
Drew Gulak and Kimber Lee
Devon Moore and Mickie Knuckles Pin
Drew Gulak and Kimber Lee
Drew Gulak and Kimber Lee Pin
AR Fox and Athena
AR Fox and Athena Pin
Ezavel Suena and Latin Dragon
AR Fox and Athena Pin
Addy Starr and Matt Tremont
Addy Starr and Matt Tremont Pin
Christina Von Eerie and Masada

2014Edit

The 2014 tournament was held on May 10.[7]

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan Pin
JT Dunn and Shelly Martinez
Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan Pin
Drew Gulak and Kimber Lee
Drew Gulak and Kimber Lee Sub
Niya and Rick Catalado
Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan Pin
Matt Tremont and Mickie Knuckles
Chris Dickinson and Shanna Pin
DJ Hyde and Sassy Stephie
Chris Dickinson and Shanna Pin
Matt Tremont and Mickie Knuckles
Danny Havoc and Jewells Malone Pin
Matt Tremont and Mickie Knuckles

2017Edit

The 2017 tournament was held on September 11 and won by Su Yung and Blackwater.

Round One Round Two Finals
         
Blackwater and Su Yung Pin
Anthony Bennett and Willow Nightingale
Blackwater and Su Yung Pin
Brandon Watts and Kiera Hogan
Brandom Watts and Kiera Hogan Pin
Ray Lyn and Tim Donst
Blackwater and Su Yung Pin
Jason Cade and Veda Scott
Greg Excellent and Leva Bates Pin
Dave Crist and Isla Dawn
Greg Excellent and Leva Bates Pin
Jason Cade and Veda Scott
Jason Cade and Veda Scott Pin
Maxwell Jacob Feinstein and Rick Catalado

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "WSU King & Queen of the Ring Results". Online World of Wrestling. Retrieved 2011-10-08.
  2. ^ "Melissa Stripes profile". Online World of Wrestling. Retrieved 2011-10-08.
  3. ^ "2008 results". NY Pro Wrestling. Retrieved 2011-10-08.
  4. ^ "King & Queen!". Snapmare. Retrieved 2011-10-08.
  5. ^ "Results & Pictures from WSU's J-Cup and King & Queen Tournaments 2011". Diva-Dirt. Retrieved 2011-10-08.
  6. ^ Csonka, Larry (2013-05-11). "WSU/CZW Queen and King of the Ring Tournament Results 5.11.13". 411Mania. Retrieved 2013-05-12.
  7. ^ Namako, Jason (2014-05-10). "5/10 WSU iPPV Results: Voorhees, NJ (New WSU Champion crowned)". Wrestleview. Retrieved 2014-05-11.

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