Pro-Wrestling: EVE

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Pro-Wrestling: EVE
AcronymEVE
Founded2010
StyleWomen's professional wrestling
HeadquartersUnited Kingdom
Founder(s)Dann Read
Emily Read
Owner(s)Dann Read[1]
Emily Read[1]
Websitewww.evewrestling.com

Pro-Wrestling: EVE (EVE) is a British independent women's professional wrestling promotion founded in 2010 and run by Dann and Emily Read. The promotion runs out of The Resistance Gallery in Bethnal Green and also promotes events in theatres, and town halls. It incorporates feminism, punk rock, and professional wrestling.[1] It held the first all-female professional wrestling event to take place in London in March 2016.

History[edit]

Pro-Wrestling: Eve was originally developed in 2010 by married couple Dann and Emily Read due to their desire to showcase women's professional wrestling.[1][2] They also wanted to provide positive female role models for their daughter.[1][3] Emily describes the promotion as a "feminist, grassroots promotion," as well as punk.[1] In 2012, Pro-Wrestling: EVE was included in Vice magazine's documentary The British Wrestler,[4] as well as a feature in Fabulous magazine.[5]

The promotion was temporarily put on hold in 2012 while Emily was hospitalized due to suicidal inclinations under the Mental Health Act.[2] She was later released from the hospital with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder.[2] The Reads were able to re-open the promotion and had their first event since the hiatus in March 2016.[2] It was the first all-female professional wrestling event to take place in London.[2][3]

In 2017, both women's wrestling and British professional wrestling in general enjoyed a growth in popularity internationally.[1] The promotion broadcasts shows on internet pay-per-view (iPPV).[6]

Wrestle Queendom[edit]

On May 5, 2018, Pro Wrestling: EVE held their biggest show yet, Wrestle Queendom. Not only this was the first all-women wrestling show to be held on the York Hall, it was the biggest all-women wrestling show in the United Kingdom's history.[7]

Results
No. Results Stipulations Times[7][8]
1 SQUAD GOALS (Addy Starr, Emi Sakura, Laura Di Matteo and Rhia O'Reilly) defeated The Deserving (Blue Nikita, Charli Evans, Jamie Hayter and Jayla Dark) by submission WarGames match 21:01
2 Jetta and Kris Wolf wrestled to a draw Wild Card qualifying match with Erin Angel as special guest referee 8:10
3 Nina Samuels defeated Jetta, Kasey Owens, Kris Wolf, Leah Owens, Livvii Grace and Millie McKenzie Wild Card ladder match 10:18
4 Kay Lee Ray defeated Meiko Satomura (with Emi Sakura) Singles match 15:33
5 Aja Kong (with Emi Sakura) defeated Viper Singles match 9:49
6 Charlie Morgan defeated Sammii Jayne (c) Singles match for the Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship 20:29
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

Current champions[edit]

Title Current holder Date won Days
held
Location Previous champion
Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship Rhia O'Reilly June 30, 2019 168 Bethnal Green, London Viper
Pro-Wrestling: EVE International Championship Jamie Hayter June 30, 2019 168 Bethnal Green, London Utami Hayashishita
Pro-Wrestling: EVE Tag Team Championship Gisele Shaw and Sammii Jayne December 14, 2019 1 London, England The Woke Queens
(Debbie Keitel and Valkyrie)

Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship[edit]

Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship
Details
PromotionPro-Wrestling: EVE
Revolution Pro Wrestling
XWA
Date establishedApril 8, 2011
Current champion(s)Rhia O'Reilly
Date wonJune 30, 2019

The Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship is a women's professional wrestling championship. Championship reigns are determined by professional wrestling matches, in which competitors are involved in scripted rivalries. These narratives create feuds between the various competitors, which cast them as villains and heroines.

As of December 15, 2019.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Britani Knight April 8, 2011 EVE Chapter 6: Return of the Jetta Sudbury, Suffolk 1 57 Britani Knight defeated Nikki Storm in the finals of an 21-woman tournament to become the inaugural champion. [9]
2 Jenny Sjödin June 4, 2011 XWA War on the Shore VII Morecambe, Lancashire 1 302 [10]
3 Alpha Female April 1, 2012 BritWres-Fest 2012 Southwark, London 1 223 [11]
4 Nikki Storm November 10, 2012 EVE Wrestle-Fever Sudbury, Suffolk 1 <1
5 Emi Sakura November 10, 2012 BritWres-Fest 2012 Sudbury, Suffolk 1 84
6 Nikki Storm February 2, 2013 EVE No Man's Land 2 Preston, Lancashire 2 665 [12]
7 Rhia O'Reilly November 29, 2014 XWA We Need a Hero Chelmsford, Essex 1 456 This was a no disqualification match. [13]
8 Nikki Storm February 28, 2016 XWA Goldrush Colchester, Essex 3 21 This was a no disqualification and no countout match. [14]
9 Rhia O'Reilly March 20, 2016 EVE Let's Make History! Hackney Wick, Greater London 2 400 This was a two-out-of three-falls no disqualification match. [15][1]
Vacated April 24, 2017 Rhia O'Reilly vacated the championship after breaking her leg and ankle during a title defence.
10 Sammii Jayne May 21, 2017 EVE Babes With Power Bethnal Green, Greater London 1 349 Jayne defeated Kay Lee Ray in a no disqualification match in the finals of an 16-woman tournament to win the vacant championship. [16]
11 Charlie Morgan May 5, 2018 Wrestle Queendom Bethnal Green, Greater London 1 190 [7]
12 Nina Samuels November 11, 2018 EVE SHE-1 Bethnal Green, Greater London 1 118 This was a three-way match also involving Kay Lee Ray.
13 Kay Lee Ray March 9, 2019 EVE She Slams on Saturdays London, England 1 113 [17]
14 Viper June 30, 2019 EVE Wrestle Queendom 2 Bethnal Green, London 1 <1 [18]
15 Rhia O'Reilly June 30, 2019 EVE Wrestle Queendom 2 Bethnal Green, London 3 168+ This was an impromptu match after Viper had won the championship. [18]
First champion, Britani Knight.
Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Rhia O'Reilly 3 1,024+
2 Nikki Storm 3 686
3 Sammii Jayne 1 349
4 Jenny Sjödin 1 302
5 Alpha Female 1 223
6 Charlie Morgan 1 190
7 Nina Samuels 1 119
8 Kay Lee Ray 1 113
9 Emi Sakura 1 84
10 Britani Knight 1 57

Pro Wrestling: EVE International Championship[edit]

Pro-Wrestling: EVE International Championship
Details
PromotionPro-Wrestling: EVE
World Wonder Ring Stardom
Date establishedOctober 13, 2018
Current champion(s)Jamie Hayter
Date wonJanuary 14, 2019

The Pro-Wrestling: EVE International Championship is a women's professional wrestling championship. Championship reigns are determined by professional wrestling matches, in which competitors are involved in scripted rivalries. These narratives create feuds between the various competitors, which cast them as villains and heroines.

As of December 15, 2019.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Viper October 13, 2018 EVE Command Attention Bethnal Green, Greater London 1 93 Viper defeated Jordynne Grace, Kasey and Laura Di Matteo in a tournament final four-way elimination match to become the inaugural champion. [19]
2 Utami Hayashishita January 14, 2019 Stardom 8th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 1 167 This was a title vs. title match in which Hayashishita also defended the SWA World Championship. [20]
3 Jamie Hayter June 30, 2019 EVE Wrestle Queendom 2 Bethnal Green, Greater London 1 168+ This was a three-way elimination match also involving Nina Samuels. [18]


Pro-Wrestling: EVE Tag Team Championship[edit]

Pro-Wrestling: EVE Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionPro-Wrestling: EVE
Date establishedJune 30, 2019
Current champion(s)Gisele Shaw and Sammii Jayne
Date wonDecember 14, 2019[21]

The Pro-Wrestling: EVE Tag Team Championship is a women's professional wrestling Tag team championship created on June 30, 2019. Championship reigns are determined by professional wrestling matches, in which competitors are involved in scripted rivalries. These narratives create feuds between the various competitors, which cast them as villains and heroines.

As of December 15, 2019.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Wrestle Friend
(Erin Angel and Jetta)
June 30, 2019 EVE Wrestle Queendom 2 Bethnal Green, London 1 89 Wrestle Friends defeated Diamond Vogue Collective (Jinny and Mercedez Blaze) and Medusa Complex (Charli Evans and Millie McKenzie) in a three-way tag team match to become the inaugural champions. [18]
Vacated September 27, 2019 EVE Friday Night Riot London, England Erin Angel and Jetta vacated the championship due to Angel's pregnancy. [22][23]
2 The Woke Queens
(Debbie Keitel and Valkyrie)
October 12, 2019 EVE Check Yourself London, England 1 63 The Woke Queens defeated Laura Di Matteo and Mercedes Martinez in the tournament final to win the vacant championship. [24]
3 Gisele Shaw and Sammii Jayne December 14, 2019 EVE Let's Get Shitfaced and Scream Into The Void: A Christmas Wrestling Spectacular London, England 1 1+ [21]


Roster[edit]

Current[edit]

Alumni[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]

Year Image Ring name
(Birth name)
Inducted by Pro-Wrestling: EVE recognized accolades
2018 N/A Klondyke Kate[25]
(Jayne Porter)
Dann Read,
Emily Read
and Rhia O'Reilly
inaugural inductee into the Hall of Fame. Primariliy wrestled for World of Sport in the 1980s. Kate was inducted on EVE Shevivor Series on December 8, 2018[26]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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