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Queens of Combat
Winston-Salem, North Carolina at Benton Convention Center
Report by Dot Net reader Brian Adkins
1. Angel Rose beat Samantha Heights.
2. Kelly Kline and Donna Deonna Purrazzo defeated D and D Muscle Factory.
3. Thunder Kitty pinned Ronnie Nicole.
4. Nevaeh defeated Ariel Monroe.
5. Leva Bates (dressed as Ash Ketchum from Pokemon) and Solo Darling defeated Sexy Young Caramels-Devynn Nicole & Savannah Evans.
6. Laurel Van Ness pinned Rachel Ellering with her feet on the ropes.
7. Kenadi Brink made Jade tap out in the co-main event.
8. “Crazy” Su Yung pinned Taeler Hendrix to win the QOC championship in the main event. Towards the end, Hendrix had grabbed her title and the ref was trying to take it from her. Yung snuck up from behind with a kendo stick to hit Hendrix but ended up hitting the ref instead. Naturally, he goes down, Hendrix hit a move and went for the pin, which didn’t happen due to the ref being out. As the ref came to, Yung blasted Hendrix with some mist and pinned her to win the title.
I’m not knocking anyone else, but the co-main events definitely delivered. Yung and Hendrix went all out and afterwards Yung said she thought her nose was broken.
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