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Women Superstars United (WSU) is an American, New Jersey based women's professional wrestling promotion which held its first event in 2006.[1] Shows combine wrestling interspersed with both serious and comedic storylines.[2] The company tapes two DVDs worth of material during weekend shows. Although many of the shows are promoted solely by WSU, they have also worked with National Wrestling Superstars.[3] As of October 2009, the promotion has a working agreement with Dragon Gate USA.

Women Superstars Uncensored
AcronymWSU
Founded2006
StyleProfessional wrestling
Owner(s)Jac Sabboth (2006-2007)
Sean McCaffrey (2007-2012)
Drew Cordeiro (2012-2014)
DJ Hyde (2013-present)
ParentUnited Wrestling Network
SisterWrestling Superstars Unleashed
FormerlyWomen Superstars Uncensored
Women Superstars Unleashed
WebsiteOfficial website

WSU is considered one of the top women's wrestling organizations in the United States.[4] The company claims to be "the leader in women's wrestling in the northeast" and to promote more cards than any other women's wrestling company in the country.[5]

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ChampionshipsEdit

As of September 14, 2019

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Previous Champion
WSU World Championship Tessa Blanchard 1 June 16, 2018 455+ Mercedes Martinez
WSU Tag Team Championship Delmi Exo and Kasey Catal 1 August 3, 2019 42+ The Platinum Hunnies
(Angel Sinclair and Ava Everett)
WSU Spirit Championship Davienne 1 September 7, 2019 7+ Kris Statlander

TournamentsEdit

Tournament Last winner(s) Last held
WSU Queen and King of the Ring Su Yung and Blackwater September 11, 2017
J-Cup Tournament Shanna October 12, 2013

WSU Hall of FameEdit

In 2009, WSU created a hall of fame with an inaugural class of three members.[6]

InducteesEdit

Year Ring name
2009 Malia Hosaka
Missy Hyatt
Sherri Martel
2010 Dawn Marie
Jazz
Molly Holly
2011 April Hunter
Ivory
Luna Vachon
2012 Cindy Rogers
Dixie Carter
Georgiann Makropoulos
Jana
2015 Amy Lee
2016 Alicia
2017 Mercedes Martinez

Pay-per-view eventsEdit

On November 6, 2010, WSU aired their first internet pay-per-view (iPPV) event on GoFightLive.TV.

Event Date
Breaking Barriers November 6, 2010
Final Chapter January 22, 2011
4th Anniversary Show March 5, 2011
Uncensored Rumble IV June 25, 2011
Breaking Barriers II November 19, 2011
5th Anniversary Show March 3, 2012
Uncensored Rumble V June 16, 2012
Queen & King Of The Ring 2013 May 11, 2013
Uncensored Rumble 2013 August 10, 2013
Blood And Thunder October 12, 2013
Mutiny February 8, 2014
Queen & King Of The Ring 2014 May 10, 2014
United July 12, 2014
Power May 9, 2014
Resurgence September 13, 2014
Breaking Barriers III November 8, 2014
8th Anniversary Show February 21, 2015
Excellence September 12, 2015
9th Anniversary Show February 13, 2016
Resurgence 2 September 10, 2016
Breaking Barriers IV November 19, 2016
10th Anniversary Show February 11, 2017
Battle Tested May 13, 2017
Breaking Barriers V June 16, 2018
Something Entirely New March 23, 2019
Thank You For Being A Friend April 26, 2019
Traveled Down The Road & Back Again April 27, 2019
Once More, With Feeling June 7, 2019
Summer, Kind of Wonderful August 3, 2019
Is It Fall Yet? September 7, 2019
TBA October 19, 2019
TBA December 28, 2019
TBA December 28, 2019

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Women Superstars Uncensored". onlineworldofwrestling.com. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
  2. ^ Babinsack, Joe. "Joe Babinsack reviews Women Superstars Uncensored". Wrestling Observer Newsletter/Figure Four Wrestling. Retrieved 2009-09-29. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  3. ^ "Ring Report: Page 2". Miami Herald. 2009-07-30. Retrieved 2009-09-29.[dead link]
  4. ^ Babinsack, Joe. "Joe Babinsack talks women's wrestling". Wrestling Observer Newsletter/Figure Four Wrestling. Retrieved 2009-09-29. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  5. ^ Martin, Adam (2009-08-11). "Indy News #2: August 11 (WSU)". WrestleView. Retrieved 2009-09-29.
  6. ^ Martin, Adam (2009-04-27). "DVD Review: WSU HOF, Anniversary". WrestleView. Retrieved 2009-09-29.

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