On Wednesday night, New York City’s Battle Club Pro held Women’s Crush Wednesday and a strange main event saw a changing of the guard in the championship battle. ICONS Champion Harlow O’Hara lost to challenger Kylie Rae by count out in the main event (meaning the title didn’t change hands), but emerging star Tasha Steelz challenged the champ to an impromptu match, after stealing the show earlier in the night in a singles match against LAX‘s Diamante. At the end of the challenge, Steelz defeated O’Hara to become the NEW Battle Club Pro ICONS Champion.
— TheDarkPatriot (@TheDarkPatriot2) April 4, 2019
A four-year pro, Tasha Steelz is a regular with Chaotic Wrestling in Massachusetts, where she’s also the reigning Chaotic Women’s Champion, as well as working with Women’s Wrestling Revolution (WWR), Queens of Combat (QOC) and RISE. She had a WWE tryout last year.
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