WSU Wrestling Crowns 2 New Champions on 10th Anniversary Show

Women’s Superstar’s Uncensored, referred to many as WSU, celebrated their 10th Anniversary this past weekend.  In an action packed nights, fans witnessed not one but two title changes. Fresh off her induction into the WSU Hall of Fame, Mercedes Martinez became the first-ever three time WSU World Champion, while up and coming star Kiera Hogan won her first title of her career when she became the WSU Spirit Champion.

Mercedes Martinez Journey Back to WSU

Mercedes Martinez made her return to WSU in September at Resurgence 2. That afternoon she defeated Deonna Purrazzo and after WSU World Champion Allie defeated Jade in the main event, Martinez entered the ring and let her know that she was coming back to reclaim what was hers. It would not be that easy. At Breaking Barriers 4 in November, Allie sent Martinez’s longtime rival, Lufisto handle her. After Martinez won, she earned title shot at the Anniversary show. With the addition of the title shot, Martinez earned her rightful spot into the WSU Hall of Fame. After an instant classic with Allie, Martinez went on to become the first ever three time WSU World Champion.

 

Kiera Hogan Wins Her First Title

Kiera Hogan made her WSU debut at Resurgence 2. Even though she came up short against Taeler Hendrix, she impressed management enough to bring her back. At Breaking Barriers Britt Baker took her to the limit before she earned her first win with the company. After that victory, she earned herself a spot in the Spirit Title Match. At Breaking Barriers 4, Su Yung defeat Leva Bates. Veda Scott made her return and she was also entered into the match. These three ladies went back and forth and despite outside interference from Yung’s manager Chrissy Rivera, Hogan and Scott still managed to maintain focus. Former champ Leva Bates would come to the ring in Stone Cold form hit Yung with a mist (Yung used the Red Mist to win the title) and set up for Hogan to hit Yung her finisher to win the gold. “It feels like a dream, it’s my first championship ever.” Hogan said after the win.

Here are the complete results for WSU’s 10th Anniversary Show

Renee Michelle def. Angelus Layne

Leva Bates def Terra Calloway

Bale Spin and Missy Sampson def The Reckoning

The Fella Twins def The Fella Twins Academy to retain WSU Tag Team Titles

Kiera Hogan def Su Yung and Veda Scott to win WSU Spirit Championship

Jordynne Grace def Britt Baker

Jade def Lufisto

Merceds Martinez def Allie to win the WSU World Championship

Brian Waters

Brian H. Waters is currently a broadcaster, writer and social media manager for Fox Sports 1340AM Hopewell, Virginia. He is also the Co-Host and Co-CEO of the Wrestling Wrealm. He and his co-host Dwayne Allen talk about professional wrestling with Superior Wrestling Intellect. In addition, he is apart of the Wrestling Summit as a co-host and lead graphics producer. He is a former production assistant at ESPN, where he worked in Sales Quality Control, Highlights, Prompting, Mike and Mike and Social Media. His intern experience includes Morgan State University Student Media, the Baltimore Sun, and the Better Business Bureau. His responsibility while interning was to shoot edit and post in a timely manner.

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