Its been almost a month since my battle with Evie at the Casula Powerhouse and I have to admit, its taken me some time to clear my head and get my thoughts together. Evie walked out as the new PWWA Interim Champion, adding it to her collection and moving on for a future clash with my old foe Madison Eagles.
Despite my disappointment, I give my respects to Evie. For 20 minutes we traded heavy kicks, dives and chops – we laid it all on the line for a chance on cement ourselves as THE female wrestler and on that night, you caught me perfectly with the TTYL and I couldn’t answer the count.
The only way I can move on from is by not dwelling in the past. It is by looking forward.
When PWA returns to the Cube, I will be there and ready to take on any and all challengers. Victory is my only option. A few weeks later, PWWA returns for an all-girl show at the Powerhouse and I must return to the show titleless – but not out of the hunt.
I have two opportunities to turn my luck around and secure the rematch. I may be sidetracked from my quest to become a three time PWWA Champion but I am not out completely. I will hone my skills, I will train and practise and when Evie, not if, I will face you one more time with the belt on the line.
PWWA is the place where the best female wrestlers in the country come to wrestle and prove that they are the best in the land– and I will be there, as I have for every show in the companys history. This time – with one simple message to every girl on the roster.
Bring it on.