Shine Wrestling

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Shine Wrestling
Founded2012
StyleWomen's professional wrestling
HeadquartersYbor City, Florida
Founder(s)Sal Hamaoui
Lexie Fyfe
Owner(s)Sal Hamaoui
Jerry DuFrain
ParentWWNLive
SisterShimmer Women Athletes
Websiteshinewrestling.com

Shine Wrestling (stylized as SHINE Wrestling and often referred to simply as SHINE) is an American, Florida based independent women's professional wrestling promotion. It is the sister promotion to Shimmer Women Athletes and airs events on Internet pay-per-view (iPPV).

History[edit]

Shine was created as the sister promotion of Shimmer Women Athletes,[1] and it was established by Sal Hamaoui in 2012. It held its first event Shine 1 on July 20, 2012.[1][2]Sal Hamaoui is the bookers for the promotion.[1]

The company holds its events at The Orpheum in Ybor City, Florida.

In 2015, WWNLive opened its own training facility in Trinity, Florida named "World Wrestling Network Academy", which Shine shares with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve and Full Impact Pro.[3]

On October 24, 2016, WWNLive and FloSports announced a new streaming service, which would host events held by the WWNLive promotions, including Shine.[4]

Championships[edit]

As of July 20, 2019

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Notes
Shine Championship Allysin Kay 2 May 6, 2019 75+ Defeated Miyu Yamashita at TJP Girls Shining, I Will Fly To Sapporo
Shine Tag Team Championship Rainbow Bright
(Gabby Gilbert and Luscious Latasha)
1 January 19, 2019 182+ Defeated The Twisted Sisterz (Holidead and Thunder Rosa) at Shine 56
Shine Nova Championship Shotzi Blackheart 1 May 10, 2019 71+ Defeated Aja Perrera at Shine 58

Roster[edit]

The following roster is correct as of SHINE 54.

Wrestlers[edit]

Inactive[edit]

Alumni[edit]

Events[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Asher, Matthew. "Women ready to SHINE in new Florida promotion". Slam Wrestling. Retrieved 2014-09-03.
  2. ^ Shine Wrestling. "Shine 1". Archived from the original on 2012-08-22. Retrieved 2014-09-03.
  3. ^ Caldwell, James (2015-02-19). "WWNLive news: Official new training facility announced". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved 2015-02-19.
  4. ^ Nason, Josh (2016-10-24). "FloSports announces deal with WWNLive, launches pro wrestling streaming service". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved 2016-10-24.

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