Monday, March 10, 2008

Thoughts on WWW's 2nd Anniversary Show

If you missed yesterday's World Women's Wrestling event at Good Time Emporium in Somerville, MA, you missed a truly special day.

I want to thank everyone who participated yesterday - from the athletes to the staff to the fans to the management of Good Time Emporium. It was one of those days that can only be described as a triumph.

We started with a luncheon at 12:30 where the fans had a chance to interact with the stars and management. This is one of my favorite events of the year, because the WWW fans are so loyal and it's great to be able to have a one-on-one experience with the people who are most supportive of the promotion. It's like a reward for them and a statement by us that we appreciate them enough to give them the opportunity to be up close and personal and to be heard by the promotion.

We had fans of all ages in attendance and from as far away as England. There were a lot of interesting suggestions and it was nice to see the talent in an informal situation. Fan favorites or otherwise, the WWW roster is an extraordinary group and it was nice to see them so honored by their most loyal fans.

The event itself was a terrific afternoon of professional wrestling. All the girls worked hard and, of course, Sean Gorman ended up on the short end of things again - first with Elektra Arion and then with "The Human Nightmare" Evan Siks.

Luscious Latasha, who was scheduled to appear, was in a car accident the night before. We understand she is okay, but her car was totalled. We wish her the best and look forward to seeing her soon.

The debuting Barbie, Sammi Lane and Roxie Cotton all impressed, as did The Daughters of Darkness, Jana and the returning Amber, who looked great.

A tremendous main event with Lexxus and "The Portuguese Princess" Ariel was the topper, and it was classic stuff.

I've said this before, and it bears repeating. World Women's Wrestling is some of the most creative stuff we do. NECW is blessed with a loaded roster of great talent. There is not as deep a pool of female talent locally, but every girl who worked for us yesterday delivered and you won't find a harder working group anywhere. This was a day where everyone got a lot more then their money's worth.

A complete report with all the results is up now on

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