Warrior Wrestling has become a force on the strong Chicago-area indie scene in a short span since its debut card a year ago this month. In a territory that features the likes of All American Wrestling (AAW), Freelance Wrestling, GALLI Lucha, and more, Warrior Wrestling has managed to find its own niche and create a top-notch indie promotion with captivating stories and featuring national, international and local talents. On Sunday night, at Warrior Wrestling 5 in Chicago Heights, Warrior Wrestling crowned their inaugural Women’s Champion, in a match featuring IMPACT Wrestling‘s Tessa Blanchard and Jordynne Grace, with a special guest referee, WWE Legend Nora “Molly Holly” Greenwald.
Tessa Blanchard Becomes First Warrior Wrestling Women’s Champion
In the end, it was Tessa Blanchard who emerged victorious after a hard fought battle (that saw Jordynne Grace powerslam Molly Holly onto Blanchard), adding yet more gold to a trophy case that currently also features the Women of Wrestling (WOW) Championship, the PCW ULTRA Women’s Championship, Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) World Championship, and WrestleCircus Lady of the Ring Championship, and has also included the IMPACT Knockouts Championship, The Crash Lucha Feminil Championship, and Phoenix of RISE title.
#AndNew Warrior Wrestling Women’s Champion @Tess_Blanchard! Tessa holds up the title belt as she yells at special guest referee Molly Holly after defeating Jordynne Grace during @WarriorWrstlng 5 on Sunday.#wrestling #Undeniable #WarriorWrestling #WomensWrestling #MollyHolly pic.twitter.com/nL06NyN3Qw
— Windy City Slam (@WindyCitySlam) May 13, 2019
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