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> Blaze of Glory VII, A Recap
Mercedes Vargas
Posted: March 13, 2019 05:54 pm


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BOG VII QUICK RESULTS, 10 MARCH -ACC ARENA PLAZA, ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER, ANAHEIM CA

PRE-SHOW

SCU UNDERGROUND HARDCORE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The New Foundation (Shelby Holt and Ivory Sullivan) © defeated Bad Boys (Dax Beckett and Dorian Brown) in a Dumpster match to retain the titles in their fourth defense
JAVIER GONZALES def. TEDDY WARREN and MONTGOMERY CREED BY PINFALL ON CREED
DOUBLE DOWN CHAMPIONSHIP: THE THREE WAY (Earl Lockyer and Dahlia Rotten) def. FOX BROTHERS (Mason and Jason) © when Rotten rolls up Jason to win the titles
UNDERGROUND MEN'S COMBAT CHAMPIONSHIP: John Blade-Martinez def. Eric Weaver © to win the title AND BECOME THE THIRD UNDERGROUND MEN'S COMBAT CHAMPION IN HISTORY
UNDERGROUND WOMEN'S COMBAT CHAMPIONSHIP: KELLI TORRES def. SHANNON MIDDLEBROOKS to win the title AND BECOME THE SECOND UNDERGROUND WOMEN'S COMBAT CHAMPION IN HISTORY

UNDERGROUND WOMEN'S COMBAT CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Round 1
Gracie Staggs scores the round 10-9 Middlebrooks
Alana Allure scores the round 10-9 Middlebrooks
Fenris scores the round 10-9 Middlebrooks

Round 2
Gracie Staggs scores the round 9-9
Alana Allure scores the round 9-8 Middlebrooks
Fenris scores the round 9-9

Round 3
Gracie Staggs scores the round 9-6 Torres
Alana Allure scores the round 8-6 Torres
Fenris scores the round 8-5 Torres

Final scores
Gracie: 27-25 Torres
Allure: 25-25 Draw
Fenris: 26-24 Torres

Kelli Torres def. Shannon Middlebrooks via majority decision
(27-25, 25-25, 26-24) R3 5:00

MAIN CARD

WORLD MIXED TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: TEAM EGGPLANT (Lachlan Kane and Sierra Williams) © def. TRAVIS LEVITT and PANDORA BARRETT when Kane pinned Levitt to retain the titles in their third defense
SCU MEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: POWERSHOCK © def JERRY CANN by pinfall to retain the title in his first defense
JOSHUA ACQUIN def. JON DOUGH by pinfall
AUSTIN JAMES MERCER def. VANU NAUFAU by submission
SENOR VINNIE def. HITAMASHI by submission
BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: SAMANTHA MARLOWE © def. TRINITY JONES by pinfall in a Roulette Rules Backstage Brawl to retain the title in her fourth defense
SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: ANGEL KASH © def. ANGEL OF FILTH by pinfall
SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: SHANNON MIDDLEBROOKS def. ANGEL KASH © by pinfall to win the title AND BECOME THE FOURTH SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPION IN HISTORY
KALE SMITH def. CALEB STORMS by pinfall
SUBMISSION MATCH: CHARLOTTE ELLIOT def. WINTER ELEMENTAL by submission
GRUDGE MATCH: AMY SANTINO def. APPLE COREN by pinfall
MERCEDES VARGAS def. ELLA SINGLETON by pinfall 
VACANT ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: ST. JOHN CROSS def. TY WEST by pinfall in a Roulette Rules Lumberjack match to win the title
GOLDEN BRIEFCASE LADDER MATCH: KATE STEELE def. JESSIE SALCO to retrieve the briefcase
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP - FATAL FOURWAY: FENRIS © def ALEX JONES, TRAVIS LEVITT and JAKE RAAB by pinfall on Levitt to retain the title in his ninth defense
GUEST REFEREE: GRIFFIN HAWKINS
WORLD BOMBSHELL CHAMPIONSHIP - FATAL FOURWAY: ALICIA LUKAS def. SELEANA ZDUNICH ©, DANI WESTON and CRYSTAL ZDUNICH by PINFALL on Weston to win the title

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WORLD MIXED TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: TEAM EGGPLANT (Lachlan Kane and Sierra Williams) © vs TRAVIS LEVITT and PANDORA BARRETT

This was the third defense of the titles for Team Eggplant, their overall third pay-per-view match, the first tag team meeting between these two teams, the first time Levitt and Barrett are teaming together and their tag debut in SCW, the first of two matches for Levitt at the supercard, Barrett's overall sixth match in SCW, the third meeting between Kane and Levitt and the Blaze of Glory debut for all four wrestlers. Individually, Kane is now 6-3 in SCW, Williams is 6-1 following the win, her lone loss coming to Mercedes Vargas who submitted Williams in a triple threat that also included Ella Singleton on 16 December 2018 at CC 224, and the pair remain unbeaten as a team, now 5-0 record, including their previous defenses of the titles at CC 229 on 17 February against Jimmy Andrews and Beverly Milsap of Gamers Inc and the team of Ben and Evie Jordan at Inception III on 13 January and against Kain and Mercedes Vargas on two occasions: first to win their in-ring debut against the then-champions on 28 October 2018 at CC 220 in a Trick or Treat Mixed Tag Team match and again two weeks later to win the titles at High Stakes on 11 November, with Kane pinning Kain both times. Barrett has now lost four in a row since starting 2-0, having failed to win the Golden Briefcase Ladder match at Inception on 13 January ultimately won by Kate Steele and singles defeats to Samantha Marlowe in an unsuccessful challenge for the Bombshell Roulette Championship at CC 226 on 27 January and Trinity Jones two weeks later at CC 228 on 10 February. Levitt followed a great win in a triple threat against Kane and Austin James Mercer where the winner was entered into the fatal four-way World Heavyweight Championship match at the supercard earning his second career win in six matches to end a four match slide with being pinned Sunday to drop to 2-5 in SCW.

Since winning the titles, Team Eggplant passed the shared singles record of 56 days held by London Underground and the team of Kain and Vargas on 7 January, the combined record of 91 days held by Kain and Vargas on 11 February and became the first mixed tag champions to reach 100 days nine days later on 20 February.

Levitt's next match is the Blast From the Past Tournament where he is paired with Valentina from SCU.

SCU MEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: POWERSHOCK © vs JERRY CANN

This was the first defense for Powershock, third SCW pay-per-view match and second consecutive on the main card, the second SCW pay-per-view match for Cann, first on the main card and first SCW match since back-to-back mixed tag losses with Kandy Kaine during the Mixed Tag Team Series to Jon Dough and Amy Santino and Jack Stewart and Beverly Milsap of Gamers Inc at CC 223 and 224 on 9 and 16 December 2018, respectively and a return match between these Superstars since Powershock made his SCU and singles debut on 31 October. Cann won the match by disqualification.

Cann defeated Stewart Mason by disqualification in a number one contender's match at Underground 15 three nights ago when Powershock interfered in the main event. Powershock defeated previous champion Mason for the title at Underground 14 on 13 February, ending Mason's reign in his eighth defense at 214 days, the longest in the title's history.

This was the second pay-per-view match for Powershock since Inception when he unsuccessfully challenged then-champion Mason for the Underground Championship. Powershock and Cann competed in the pre-show at High Stakes VII in 2018. Cann was defeated by Earl Lockyer in the first round of the Men's Combat Championship Tournament while Powershock won a Underground Championship No. 1 contender's six-man battle royal, which also included Mz. Hollywood, Jacob Johnson, Teddy Steele-Warren, Space Lord and Dorian Brown.

Outside of SCW, Powershock is 5-2 in SCU having won four in a row, have not been pinned or submitted in the three months since his SCU and singles debut at Underground 2 on 31 October 2018 and is 5-1 in singles winning his previous five after losing his singles debut by disqualification to Cann; Cann is 3-4-1 and is undefeated in singles with a 2-0-1 record. Powershock is 2-1 in SCW matches while Cann is 0-3.

JOSHUA ACQUIN vs JON DOUGH

Acquin is now 2-0 against Jon Dough at Blaze of Glory. This was the second time Acquin and Dough faced each other at this supercard since 2014 when Acquin won the World Tag Team Championship with Lucian Frost, who turned on Dough (his original partner; Ninja was Acquin's partner) to win the titles.

Acquin snaps his 18-match losing streak which lasted nearly ten months since the "Sin City Nightmare" last saw a win at CC 205 back on 13 May 2018. Entering Blaze of Glory, the former two-time World Tag Team Champion was pinned by Alex Jones at CC 239 on 17 February in a triple threat match that also included Caleb Storms to earn the third spot in the fatal four-way World Heavyweight Championship match at the supercard, which already included the champion Fenris and Jake Raab at the time. Travis Levitt pinned Lachlan Kane in another triple threat also involving Austin James Mercer to earn the final spot the following show at CC 230. Dough was last seen on 13 January at Inception III where he and Amy Santino lost to Ben and Evie Jordan in a World Mixed Tag Team Championship number one contender's match during the finals of the Mixed Tag Team Series where the winning team faced champions Lachlan Kane and Sierra Williams of Team Eggplant later in the night. Kane and Williams retained the titles. Blaze of Glory VII marked the fourth overall appearance and third consecutive for Dough. The former World Tag Team and Roulette Champion is now 1-3 at the supercard having appeared in the aforementioned 2014 match losing the World Tag Team Championship, in 2016 as his Matt Spears alterego to win a Roulette Rules four-way elimination Casket match to become number one contender for the Roulette Championship also including CJ Sharpe, Ryan Keys and Chris Burden, lastly eliminating Keys and in 2017 where he and Eyesnsane failed to win the World Tag Team Championship in a five-team tag team battle royal, ultimately won by Team BJ, Ben Jordan and Jamie Dean. The match also included then-champions Jet City (Kris and Jason Halc), Unholy Alliance (James Tuscini and Dmitri) and the Monstimals (Lord Raab and Samuel McPherson). Dough and Eyesnsane were eliminated second when Dean eliminated Dough from the match.

Acquin competed in his 46th career singles match improving to 11-34-1 and ending an nine-month slide, having lost in his previous 13 matches dating back to 17 June 2018 in a pinfall loss to Dimitri at CC 207. Blaze of Glory was Acquin's 85th career match (18-64-3), 28th pay-per-view match (6-21-1), 16th consecutive pay-per-view appearance since Summer XXXtreme IV on 31 July 2016, and his fifth overall and consecutive appearance since 2014, tied with Jessie Salco, Amy Santino and Mercedes Vargas for second-most all-time behind Despayre (6). He'll won for only the second time since his 2014 debut. In 2015, Acquin was pinned by Lord Raab in a Roulette Rules number one contender's match which also included Chris Shipman and Old Skool, unsuccessfully challenged for the Roulette Championship against then-champion Steve Ramone and James Tuscini which ended in a draw as Ramone pinned Acquin who submitted to Tuscini's the following year and lost to Samuel Devereaux by submission in 2017.

Acquin competes in the Blast From the Past Mixed Tag Team Tournament with Effie Bingham as his partner.

AUSTIN JAMES MERCER vs VANU NAUFAU

This was the Blaze of Glory debut for both competitors, the SCW, pay-per-view and singles debut for Naufau and their first meeting. Mercer previously lost a triple threat match at CC 230 also including Lachlan Kane and eventual winner Travis Levitt who pinned Kane where the winner earned entry into the fatal four-way match World Heavyweight Championship match at Blaze of Glory. Mercer is now 5-3 in SCW, including 3-1 in singles. He made his SCW, pay-per-view and singles debut by defeating Mickey Carroll to win the Honor Championship at High Stakes on 11 November 2018 before losing the title 35 days later, defeated Jake Raab at CC 226 on 27 January in a World Heavyweight Championship number one contender's match, then unsuccessfully challenged Fenris for the title the following week in Fenris' eighth defense. The loss also ended Mercer's singles undefeated streak.

Naufau is part of the Blast From the Past Tournament teaming up with Otaki who returns from last year's tournament.

SENOR VINNIE vs HITAMASHII

This was the Blaze of Glory debut for both competitors, the SCW pay-per-view debut for Hitamashii and overall fourth match in SCW, the third SCW pay-per-view for Vinnie, and the first meeting between these Superstars. Vinnie improves to 7-3 in SCW now having won four in a row after a three-match slide and 6-2 in singles. The Golden Briefcase winner is 2-1 at pay-per-view after Sunday, unsuccessfully challenging Fenris for the World Heavyweight Championship at High Stakes on 11 November 2018 and winning the Golden Briefcase Ladder match at Inception III on 13 January in his previous two. Vinnie was coming off his second singles win over Ty West at CC 229 on 17 February. Daniel J Morgan defeated Hitamashii for his second loss in a row following a defeat to Jake Raab by submission at CC 228 on 10 February, handing Casey Williams' protege his first SCW loss in his second match after his debut win over Kadar Hasheem at CC 226 on 27 January.

Hitamashii will be a part of this year's Blast From the Past Tournament in two weeks, He teams with Calia, who makes her SCW, Climax Control and tag team debut.

BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: SAMANTHA MARLOWE © vs TRINITY JONES

Marlowe extends her unbeaten streak against Jones to three matches, now 2-0-1. After Sunday, Marlowe joins Vixen (2014), Kate Steele (2016) and Jessie Salco (2017) as the only Bombshell Roulette champions to retain. Champions have now won three in a row and are now 4-2 in defenses at the supercard.

This was the Blaze of Glory debut for Jones, the second in four years for Marlowe and first since 2015 and the third overall and consecutive meeting between these Bombshells and second time in singles. Marlowe and Jones have faced each other in SCW since 2017, which is also the last time these Bombshells squared off for the title. At CC 191 on 24 September, Marlowe and Jones fought to a draw in a Roulette Rules Two Out of Three Falls match. As a result, Marlowe, in her first reign as champion at the time, retained the title in her fifth defense because a championship cannot change hands by a draw, countout or disqualification as well as tied Vargas for most singles defenses. Marlowe owns the only decisive victory when she submitted Jones the following year at CC 219 on 21 October 2018 in a Roulette Rules Black Friday Brawl fatal four-way to become number one contender to the Bombshell Roulette Championship, then held by Evie Jordan, who Marlowe defeated at High Stakes on 11 November. The match also included Amy Santino and Seleana Zdunich.

Marlowe came off her third successful defense of the Bombshell Roulette Championship defeating Hall of Famer Amy Santino on 17 February at CC 229 in a Roulette Rules Last Bombshell Standing match. Marlowe became the fifth active Bombshell to reach 50 career matches on Climax Control and her win allowed her to claim the record for most combined defenses with 8, passing Mercedes Vargas' then-record of 7 which stood as the record for more than four years. It was also Marlowe's 40th career win becoming just the third active Bombshell after Vargas (2017) and Santino (2018), the fifth in SCW history when also including Hall of Famer Roxi Johnson (2015) and Mikah (2018), and the second fastest to reach this milestone only behind Johnson. Johnson and Vargas were the first two to reach this milestone. Marlowe passed Mikah who passed Mercedes Vargas. Marlowe, Mikah and Vargas all needed three years with Marlowe taking 3 years and 6 months/1302 days to Mikah's 3 years and 7 months/1323 days. Vargas needed 3 years and 10 months/1400 days. Johnson needed 2 years, 9 months/1008 days. Marlowe earned her 25th career singles win becoming the second active female wrestler after Vargas (2018), and third in history when also including Mikah (2017) to reach 25 career wins in singles. Mikah needed just 2 years and 11 months while Vargas needed 4 years, 11 months. Marlowe passes Vargas for second fastest time at 3 years, 6 months.

Jones had won her past three matches before the loss on Sunday, all in singles matches on Climax Control, with victories over Mercedes Lewis (CC 226), Pandora Barrett (CC 228) and Iron Maiden (CC 230). In 20 career matches, "The Dragon" is 6-12-1 in SCW, 3-2 in 2019 and now 0-5 in pay-per-view matches. This was her fourth consecutive pay-per-view appearance since Violent Conduct on 16 September 2018.

Marlowe defended the Bombshell Roulette Championship for the fourth time and she has now tied Kate Steele for second-most singles defenses. Additionally, Marlowe extended the record for most combined Bombshell Roulette defenses to nine. Since becoming champion, she's had successful defenses against Jessie Salco (Inception III), Pandora Barrett (CC 226) and most recently Amy Santino (CC 229). Marlowe surpassed 100 days as champion on 19 February, becoming the first Bombshell Roulette Champion to do this three times and the first SCW champion of any kind to have three singles reigns over 100 days. By CC 231 on 24 March, Marlowe will be champion for 133 days, tying her second-reign and that of Melanie Gabrielle for third all time. She will need to hold the title after London Brawling on 5 May to eclipse Mercedes Vargas' 175-day reign and Kate Steele's 182-day reign to claim the singles record (on 13 and 20 May, respectively). No champion has held the championship past five months in the past thirteen title reigns since Steele topped Vargas' reign in August 2016.

This was Marlowe's 69th career match, improving to 41-26-2 overall, 10-9 on pay-per-view and 26-12-2 in 40 singles matches having now won six straight, including wins over Portia Alexander, Pandora Barrett and Evie Jordan in 2018 (at CC 212, CC 226 and High Stakes VII respectively) and Jessie Salco and Amy Santino this year (at Inception III and CC 229). The 40 singles matches makes Marlowe the fifth female wrestler to reach this milestone, joining Vargas, Salco, Amy Santino and Crystal Zdunich. Marlowe earned her 15th title match win in 25 matches improving to 15-9-1 and fifth win in a row. The 25 matches makes her one of six female wrestlers in history to reach this milestone. Vargas, Salco, Santino, Zdunich and Mikah are the others. Marlowe breaks a tie with Crystal Zdunich (14) for sole possession of fourth-place on the all-time title match wins list by a female wrestler. (Vargas has the most wins with 20 followed by Mikah with 18 and Johnson with 16).

This was Marlowe's fourth consecutive pay-per-view appearance since Violent Conduct on 16 September 2018. She's also 4-1 all time in the month of March with her lone loss back in 2016 at CC 144 on 27 March in the last four of the Blast From the Past Tournament where Marlowe and Rage were defeated by Spike Staags and Lucy Seraphina, with Staggs pinning Rage to win for his team. This was Marlowe's second consecutive championship match at Blaze of Glory. She successfully defended the World Bombshell Championship in her first reign against Melanie Gabrielle. She missed the 2016 event while serving her suspension by Christian Underwood.

SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: ANGEL KASH © vs ANGEL OF FILTH

This was the second meeting between champion and challenger, the second pay-per-view match for Kash, the SCW singles debut for Angel of Filth and the Blaze of Glory debuts for both women.

This was Kash's sucessful third defense of her second reign. She lost to Jennifer LaCroix by countout at Underground 11 on 23 January 2019 and defeated Shelby Holt by pinfall at Underground 14 on 13 February. Angel of Filth defeated Queen of Apathy by countout at Underground 15 on 27 February to get the return title match here.

The third Women's Underground Champion in history, Angel of Filth held the Underground Championship for 19 days for the shortest title reign in history when she lost the title back to Kash at Inception in a triple threat which also included Queen of Apathy. She defeated Kandy Kaine in her only defense at Underground 10 on 9 January. Kash's first reign lasted a record-breaking 207 days before she lost the title in her eighth defense in a six-woman gauntlet match at Underground 8 on 25 December 2018 when Angel of Filth lastly eliminated Kash and Tatsu Ikeda to win her SCU debut. The match also included Chanelle Martinez, Torielle Jackson, Cindy Warren and Shelby Holt. With the win, Kash extended her record for combined Women's Underground Championship defenses to 10.

b]SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: ANGEL KASH © vs SHANNON MIDDLEBROOKS[/b]

Kash second reign as Women's Underground Champion lasted 56 days, 151 days short of her first reign which lasted 207 days, the all-time record. Kash fell more than five-months from breaking her own singles record. Middlebrooks is now a two-time champion in SCU, as she was previously the inaugural Women's Combat Champion for 119 days and four defenses before losing the title earlier in the night to Kelli Torres by majority decision in her fifth defense on the Blaze of Glory pre-show.

CALEB STORMS vs KALE SMITH

This was the first meeting between these two Superstars. Smith returned to SCW for the first time in almost three years and since his last appearance in a backstage segment with then-roster members Alexis Edwards and Alex Rush at Inception II on 22 January 2017. The Australian native appeared in just two matches in 2016, winning his debut match by submission over Markus Reeves on 19 June at the 150th Climax Control and losing to Samuel Devereaux by submission in his own debut three weeks later at CC 153. Storms lost to World Heavyweight Champion Fenris by submission at CC 230. "The Metal Storm" is 9-21 in his 30th career match and 6-10 in 16 singles matches. Storms attempted to win his first career pay-per-view match, where he lost in his previous seven. He's now 0-8.

Both Storms and Smith will compete in the 2019 Blast From the Past. Storms has SCW Hall of Famer Roxi Johnson as his partner while Smith has former Bombshell Roulette Champion Brittany Williams.

SUBMISSION MATCH: CHARLOTTE ELLIOT vs WINTER ELEMENTAL

Elliot has won all three matches between herself and Elemental.

This was Elliot's singles debut match in SCW and second overall since SCU Underground 11, the second match in SCW for Elemental and the third consecutive match between these Bombshells. Elliot won both prior meetings, with Winter intentionally getting herself disqualified in their lone singles meeting on the Ladies Night edition of Underground at Underground 11 on 23 January after attacking Elliot with a kendo stick and most recently in a tag team match with Mackenzie Page as London Underground defeated Elemental and Tatsu Ikeda, the Kawaii Dragons this past Wednesday in the co-main event of Underground 15 on 27 February, the go-home show to Blaze of Glory for SCU. Elliot and Elemental were successful against Amy Santino and Apple Coren in a tag match at CC 230, with Elemental getting the win for her team. Elliot is now 12-1 in her SCW career, all in tag matches. Kain and Mercedes Vargas defeated London Underground, represented by Elliot and Daniel J Morgan at Summer XXXtreme VI on 22 July CC 2018 to become the second-ever World Mixed Tag Team Champions and the first team to hand the stable their first decisive loss in a tag match when Vargas pinned Elliot, also ending her ten-month undefeated streak at 308 days.

AMY SANTINO vs APPLE COREN

This was the fourth meeting between these Bombshells, second pay-per-view match, and second time in singles.

Santino wrestled her fifth straight match since CC 227 back on 3 February, she's 3-2 so far following Sunday's win. Coren competed in her 10th career match falling to 3-6-1 in SCW including 0-4 in 2019 having failed to win the six-woman Golden Briefcase Ladder match at Inception won by Kate Steele on 13 January at Inception, a singles pinfall loss to Mercedes Vargas on 3 February at CC 227, which snapped her singles undefeated streak and a tag team defeat with Santino to Charlotte Elliot and Winter Elemental at CC 230 when Elemental submitted Coren. Coren hasn't won a match since defeating then-Honor Legacy Champion Jessie Salco at CC 221 on 25 November 2018. She attempted to win her first pay-per-view match, having lost in each of her previous three. Blaze of Glory was her third consecutive pay-per-view since High Stakes. She's now 2-2-1 in singles matches.

In their most recent singles match, Santino and Coren fought to a No Contest which ended in a double count out on 7 October 2018 at CC 217. At High Stakes VIII the following month, they both unsuccessfully challenged for the World Bombshell Championship held by then-champion Dani Weston as she retained by pinning Coren.

The win for Santino ended a two-match slide. The Punk Princess and SCW Hall of Famer is now 5-5 in the month of March in her career, 3-3 in 2019 and 50-77-2 in 129 career matches, including 15-22-0 in her 37th career pay-per-view (third most all-time by a female wrestler behind Jessie Salco's 39 and Mercedes Vargas' 36. Santino is one of only three with 30+ PPV matches), including 17 consecutive since Into the Void V on 6 June 2016 (fourth longest active streak behind only Vargas (36), Salco (30) and Crystal Zdunich (19) on the list). Win Sunday was Santino's 50th career win, joining fellow Hall of Famers Roxi Johnson (2016) and Vargas (2018) as the only female wrestlers to reach this feat in SCW history. Like Santino, Johnson and Vargas both recorded their 50th wins on pay-per-view and each at Summer XXXtreme with Johnson defeating Amy-Jayne at Summer XXXtreme IV on 31 July while Vargas reached 50 wins last year at Summer XXXtreme VI where she and Kain defeated Daniel J Morgan and Charlotte Elliot of London Underground to become the second-ever World Mixed Tag Team Champions, hand the stable their first decisive loss in tag as well as Vargas ending Elliot's undefeated streak at 301 days.

Santino owns the second-most active wins in SCW by a female wrestler behind Vargas (56) and the third-most all-time behind Vargas and Johnson (53). Santino improves to 23-30-1 in 54 career singles matches. Blaze of Glory VII was her second consecutive and fifth overall appearance tying Salco and Vargas for most by a female wrestler having only missed the 2016 event. She appeared in the first three events from 2013-2015 and again in 2017. Santino is now 3-2 at Blaze of Glory and this was her second-ever non-championship match and the fourth year in a row competing in a singles match at Blaze of Glory since 2014 having competed for the World Bombshell Tag (2013), World Bombshell (2015) and Bombshell Roulette Championships (2017). She's 2-1 in these matches having defeated Karina Koji in a Roulette Rules Dumpster match to become number one contender to the Bombshell Roulette Championship in 2014 and Delia Darling for the World Bombshell Championship in 2015, but unsuccessfully challenging Jessie Salco for the Bombshell Roulette Championship in a Roulette Rules Metal and Punk Connection Collar and Chain match in the final match of their best-of-three series in 2017.

Santino next competes in the 2019 Blast From the Past Tournament, her overall sixth appearance in seven years and third consecutively since 2016. She teams up with Senor Vinnie for the tournament in two weeks.

ELLA SINGLETON vs MERCEDES VARGAS

This was the Blaze of Glory debut for Singleton, the fifth overall and consecutive for Vargas and the second meeting but first time in singles between these Bombshells. Singleton remains winless in SCW since her debut on 21 October at CC 219. She's now 0-6. Prior to her loss, she was defeated by Crystal Zdunich by pinfall on 17 February at CC 229 while Vargas lost to Dani Weston by pinfall in a return match from CC 209 back on 1 July 2018.

Singleton strong-armed her way to the match with Vargas at the go-home show the following week at CC 230 when she trapped Vargas in her submission and refused to let go until she agreed to face her. This was Singleton's fourth singles match, having lost twice to Jessie Salco in unsuccessful challenges for the Honor Legacy Championship at CC 219 and again at High Stakes and the aforementioned loss to Zdunich at CC 229.

Blaze of Glory was the only pay-per-view where Vargas had never won (Summer XXXtreme was the other until she won in her fifth try last year, capturing the first of her two World Mixed Tag Team Championship reigns with Kain). This was her first win in five tries. Her previous four were all in title matches, an SCW and Bombshells record she shares with Vixen and she's the first to do this four years consecutively. She defended and challenged for the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship in 2014 and 2017, and defended the Bombshell Roulette and Bombshell Internet Championship in 2015 and 2016, respectively

With the win at the event, Vargas is now one of only four female wrestlers to have at least one win in 9 different SCW PPV events alongside Roxi Johnson and Crystal Zdunich (both in 2016) and Sam Marlowe (2019). Additionally, Vargas improved to 4-5 in the month of March, where she snapped a three-match slide for her first win in the month since CC 142 on 13 March where she successfully defended the Bombshell Internet Championship in her defense against Melanie Gabrielle.

Vargas improved to 2-2 in 2019, 56-70-1 in her 127th career match, 15-21-0 on pay-per-view and 28-33-1 in singles, including 7-6 on pay-per-view. The 56 wins extends the record for most career wins by a female wrestler since passing Roxi Johnson for the record on 16 December 2018 at CC 224. With Amy Santino defeating Apple Coren, Vargas remains tied with her fellow Hall of Famer for most career pay-per-view wins by a female wrestler at 15. At Summer XXXtreme VI on 22 July 2018, Santino broke the record then held by Johnson (13) which had stood for two years since September 2016 when Santino and Wyatt Peterson as the Country Punkins defeated Jessie Salco and Joshua Acquin, the Hellraisers, with Santino pinning Salco to win for her team. Vargas is four wins from becoming the first female wrestler to reach 60 career wins, two wins from joining Mikah as the only female wrestlers to reach 30 career singles wins, three from claiming Mikah's record for most singles wins by a female wrestler in history.

Vargas competed in her 36th straight pay-per-view since her pay-per-view debut at Into the Void II on 23 June 2013, tying fellow Hall of Famer Despayre for the all-time SCW record and extending the Bombshells record since surpassing Roxi Johnson's 25 at Into the Void in 2016. Vargas can claim Despayre's record which had stood for two years at the London Brawling II event on 5 May. Despayre never missed a pay-per-view during his six-year career from 2011-2017. He wrestled his final pay-per-view match at the 2017 Blaze of Glory event where he retained the Internet Championship against Xander Bishop and Calvin Harris in his eighth defense of his second reign. Despayre briefly came out of retirement to compete at Full Circle in 2018 for his 37th career pay-per-view as he and Jake Sullivan (then known as Rage) defeated Terry Coleman and Brad King, High Velocity.

VACANT ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: ST. JOHN CROSS vs TY WEST

Cross becomes just the ninth two-time champion in history. Goth (2012), Kain and J2H (both in 2014), James Tuscini and Steve Ramone (both in 2016), Ryan Keys (2017) and Kristopher Ryans and Jon Dough (both in 2018) are the others.

Cross mysteriously vanished and forfeited the title in what was scheduled to be a title match between Cross and West at CC 228. West came off his second loss to Senor Vinnie in singles the following week at CC 229.

This was the Blaze of Glory debuts for both competitors and their overall second meeting over the Roulette Championship, a return match from CC 226 on 27 January that saw Cross defeat then-champion West and Travis Levitt to win the title ending West's reign in his third defense at 77 days. Levitt was pinned in the match. Cross is 4-1-1 in SCW and three of his wins have come on Climax Control, where he is undefeated with wins over Anthrax (CC 223), Lachlan Kane in a triple threat also including Travis Levitt (CC 225) and the aforementioned title win over West and Levitt (CC 226). The lone loss was at Inception III on 13 January in the Golden Briefcase Ladder match ultimately won by Senor Vinnie. West falls to his tenth career loss in SCW (12-10-1) and is now winless in his past four (0-3-1) since 13 January at Inception III when he submitted Blasted Monk in his second defense with the Roulette Championship and ending Monk's reign at 28 days. West is 9-7-1 in 17 career singles matches and had won his past two on pay-per-view, where he is now 3-4 in seven pay-per-view matches. This was his fifth straight pay-per-view appearance since his pay-per-view debut at Summer XXXtreme VI on 22 July 2018.

GOLDEN BRIEFCASE LADDER MATCH: KATE STEELE vs JESSIE SALCO

Including one time as tag partners, this was the fifth meeting between these Bombshells, the second at pay-per-view and fourth as opponents, with Steele leading the series 3-1 after Sunday. Salco won the first meeting on 31 January 2016 at CC 139 as part of the winning team in a six-woman tag match alongside Sam Marlowe and Traci Patterson against Steele, Candy Overton and Veronica Taylor with Marlowe pinning Taylor. Steele won the other two matches, including eliminating Salco last in a six-pack challenge to win the then-vacant Bombshell Roulette Championship at My Bloody Valentine II on 14 February 2016 and a tag match win with Seleana Zdunich against Salco and Crystal Zdunich at CC 228 on 10 February. Seleana pinned Crystal to win for her team.

Salco falls from the unbeaten with her first loss at Blaze of Glory, now 4-1. Steele improves to 2-1 in matches held in March, remains unbeaten at Blaze of Glory at 3-0 and are among several Bombshells who have never lost including Odette Stevens (3-0, BOG II, BOG III, BOG VI), Melody Grace (2-0; BOG V, BOG VI), and Mikah (2-0, BOG V, BOG VI). Salco's four wins at Blaze of Glory are the most by a female wrestler. She made her fifth appearance and fourth consecutively since 2015 while Steele made her third overall and consecutive appearance since 2016.

Steele earned her 20th career win, now 20-23-1 including 10-6 on pay-per-view, where she's won two in a row following Inception which snapped a three-match slide for her first win since Summer XXXtreme V on 9 July 2017 in a six-Bombshell tag with Amy Santino and Devona against Celeste North, Mercedes Vargas and Veronica Taylor. "The Siren" is 13-12 in 25 singles matches and she joins Roxi Johnson (2015), Jessie Salco, Mercedes Vargas and Amy Santino in that order (all in 2016) and Mikah (2017) in reaching her 25th career singles match. Steele had lost in each of her previous five singles matches dating back to 16 September 2018 at Violent Conduct where she lost to Cat Riley by submission and again at CC 222 as well as defeats to then-champion Dani Weston by pinfall for the World Bombshell Championship at CC 218 and Crystal Zdunich by submission at High Stakes, Steele's most recent singles pay-per-view match.

Salco falls to 37-94-2 in her career, 4-9 lifetime in the month of March, 0-4 in 2019 and has now lost seven straight since her last win over Ella Singleton at High Stakes VIII back on 11 November 2018. The "Heavy Metal Angel" is 18-37-1 in singles having lost her previous five, including defeats to Apple Coren by submission (CC 221), Pandora Barrett by pinfall (CC 225), Sam Marlowe by pinfall to lose the Honor Legacy Championship after 183 days (Inception) and Seleana Zdunich in a ladder match (CC 226). This was Salco's 39th career pay-per-view match (13-26-0), extending the SCW pay-per-view record since passing Despayre's previous mark of 37 at Inception, including 30 consecutive appearances since Chaos in Cape Town back on 25 May 2014. She joins Mercedes Vargas (2018, Full Circle) as the only female wrestlers with 30-plus consecutive pay-per-view appearances. Both women reached this milestone in only four years. However, Vargas reached the milestone the fastest beating Salco by three months (54 months/4 years, 6 months to 57 months/4 years, 9 months) despite the two making their debuts ten months apart.

Salco next match is in the 2019 Blast From the Past Tournament where she teams up with former World Tag Team Champion and one-half of Dying Breed, Andrew Garcia.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP - FATAL FOURWAY: FENRIS © vs ALEX JONES vs TRAVIS LEVITT vs JAKE RAAB 
GUEST REFEREE: GRIFFIN HAWKINS


For Fenris, this was his first meeting against both Alex Jones and Travis Levitt and third against Raab, the first meeting for Raab against both Levitt and Jones, the second between Jones and Levitt, the first multi-person match for Jones and Raab in SCW, and the Blaze of Glory debuts for all competitors. Jones defeated Levitt by pinfall at CC 228, Fenris is 2-0 against Raab, who he pinned both in tag at CC 222 and in his successful defense at Inception last month.

Fenris defeated Caleb Storms by submission at CC 230 in a non-title. Jones and Levitt earned entry into this match by winning triple threat matches, with Jones defeating Storms and Acquin at CC 229 and Levitt defeating Lachlan Kane and Austin James Mercer at CC 230. Raab defeated Todd Williams and had won two in a row ahead of his twelfth match. He is now 6-6 in SCW.

Fenris competed in his 20th career match in SCW, he's now 19-0-1 in his previous and unbeaten in his previous twelt since a tag match with Kristopher Ryans against Ben Jordan and Tommy Crimson ended in a no contest at CC 212 on 12 August 2018 which snapped his winning streak at seven, This was the first multi-person match for "The White Wolf" and MMA star. Four of his nine title defenses have been on pay-per-view.

Jones undefeated streak ends at three matches, following his successful SCW, pay-per-view and tag debut with Austin James Mercer against Jimmy Andrews and Jack Stewart of Gamers, Inc at Inception, a win in his singles debut over Travis Levitt at CC 228 and the aforementioned triple threat win at CC 229. He still remains unbeaten in singles.

Levitt already lost a World Mixed Tag Team Championship match with Pandora Barrett earlier in the night. He's now 2-8 in ten matches overall. Blaze of Glory was Levitt's third multi-person match, including back-to-back at CC 225 and CC 226. St. John Cross pinned Lachlan Kane in the first one while he unsuccessfully challenged for the Roulette Championship against then-champion Ty West and Cross in a Roulette Rules Triple Threat Ironman match. Cross won the match and the title, ending West's reign in his second defense at 77 days as a result.

Since defeating Ty West for the then-vacant title at Summer XXXtreme back on 22 July 2018, Fenris has been champion for over 200 days. Including his recent defense Sunday, including against Mercer and Raab, the MMA star has successfully defended the title against Dmitri by pinfall at CC 213 (19 August 2018); Casey Williams by pinfall at CC 215 (2 September 2018); Kris Ryans by pinfall at Violent Conduct V (16 September 2018); Joshua Acquin by submission in a Lion's Den match at CC 219 (21 October 2018), Senor Vinnie twice, by referee's decision at High Stakes VIII (11 November 2018) and in a Roulette Rules Santa's Sleigh match at CC 225 (23 December 2018), and Austin James Mercer by pinfall three weeks ago at CC 227 (3 February). Fenris became the ninth champion to have a 100-plus day reign with the title on 30 October 2018 and the first champion since J2H and just the fourth world champion in SCW when also including Mikah (266, 210) and Crystal Zdunich (217) to pass 200 days on 7 February 2019. He entered the seventh month of his reign on 22 February. Fenris surpassed Kristopher Ryans' 175 day reign on 14 January for the second singles longest reign in history only behind J2H at 399 days. He passed Drake Green's 224 days (4 reigns) the weekend before the supercard and tied Nick Jones for the third-longest combined days as champion at 231 days the night of the supercard. Only J2H at 469 days (2 reigns) have held it longer. By CC 231, Fenris will be champion for 245 days.

Jake Raab teams up with Keira Fisher-Johnson in this year's Blast From the Past Tournament. Jones has former Bombshell Internet Champion Devona as his partner.

WORLD BOMBSHELL CHAMPIONSHIP - FATAL FOURWAY: SELEANA ZDUNICH © vs ALICIA LUKAS vs DANI WESTON vs CRYSTAL ZDUNICH

Seleana Zdunich held the World Bombshell Championship for two weeks/14 days, tying Sam Marlowe (her second reign) and Crystal Zdunich (her third reign) for shortest title reign in SCW history. Defending champions are now 3-4 at the supercard, ending a two-match win streak. Vixen (2014), Samantha Marlowe (2016) and Melody Grace (2017) are the only champions to retain. This is the third time in five weeks the title has changed hands in 2019.

Lukas becomes just the tenth two-time World Bombshell champion in history, joining Misty, Vixen, Roxi Johnson, Raynin, Sam Marlowe, Crystal Zdunich, Polly Playtime, Mercedes Vargas, and Mikah. Misty, Vixen, Zdunich, and Mikah are the only women to win the title three times. Had Weston won she would have also been a two-time champion. Had Crystal won, she would have become the first-ever four-time champion.

This was Seleana Zdunich's overall fourth title match and second world title match, Lukas' fifth title match in SCW and third world title match, the second meeting for Seleana against Lukas, fourth against both Weston and Crystal, the fourth meeting between Lukas and Weston, the third meeting between Weston and Crystal, the first meeting between Lukas and Crystal in SCW and the Blaze of Glory debuts for Zdunich, Lukas and Weston. Crystal Zdunich makes her third consecutive appearance since 2016. She was also undefeated until Sunday, winning both of her previous appearances. She won the 2016 Blast From the Past Tournament with Despayre, defeating Spike Staggs and Lucy Seraphina and defeated Chelsea Payne by submission the following year.

Seleana pinned Crystal in a tag team match at CC 228 with Kate Steele and Jessie Salco as their respective partners. Lukas, the longest reigning Honor Champion in history, held the SCW World Bombshell Championship for 21 days before her title loss to Seleana at CC 230, becoming just the third woman to hold the title that long. Roxi Johnson (her second reign in 2014) and Mercedes Vargas (her first in 2016) are the others. The record for shortest reign is shared by Samantha Marlowe (her second reign in 2016) and Crystal Zdunich (her third in 2018) at two weeks. At Inception, Lukas lost the Honor Championship to Weston, who ended her record-breaking 253-day reign in her fourth defense as well as retained the World Bombshell Championship in her fourth defense. As a result, Lukas fell three defenses short of claiming the record for most title defenses held by Mercedes Vargas with five which at time stood almost nine months since she extended the record on 16 April. She surpassed the old mark of three defenses on 18 February, which had stood since 6 September 2017, a period of five months, in Honor Wrestling.

Seleana's winning streak ends at six matches. It's her first loss in over three months since a loss to Cat Riley at High Stakes VIII back on 11 November 2018. "The Cat" falls to 8-12 in SCW and 2-4 on pay-per-view.

Lukas is now 5-3 in eight career matches in SCW though entering Blaze of Glory, she had gone 1-3 since a 3-0 start. "The Strong Style Southern Belle" improves moves to 2-1 at pay-per-view in her third pay-per-view match. This was her second multi-person match since High Stakes VIII where she retained the Honor Legacy Championship in a fatal four-way against Brittany Williams, Winter Elemental and Trinity Jones. The match ended in a draw as Lukas and Williams both won with simultaneous pinfalls on their opponents.

Former champion Weston lost the title to Lukas in her fifth defense at 140 days at CC 227 on 3 February. She defeated Mercedes Vargas by pinfall at CC 229. The Florida native falls 11-7 in her career and saw her three-match win streak on pay-per-view snapped having won her previous three after losing her pay-per-view debut at Summer XXXtreme. Blaze of Glory marks Weston's third career multi-person match in SCW following Summer XXXtreme and High Stakes VIII, the latter where she defeated Amy Santino and Apple Coren in her second defense during her title reign. Weston is 4-3 in title matches, including 5-3 in world title matches.

Crystal suffers only her second loss in the month of March in six matches (4-2) and first since 2015 when she lost to Desiree Parker by pinfall at CC 109 on 22 March. Crystal falls to 36-37-2 in her 75th career match and 13-11-1 in her 25th pay-per-view match. She's the fourth female wrestler in history to reach both milestones following Jessie Salco, Mercedes Vargas and Amy Santino who all reached the 75-match plateau in 2016 (Vargas finished the fastest between them in just 39 months compared to 46 and 44 for Santino and Salco, respectively). Crystal is three losses from becoming the fifth Bombshell to reach 40 career losses after Jessie Salco (2015), Amy Santino (2015), Mercedes Vargas (2016) and Veronica Taylor (2017).

Salco was the first to reach 25 pay-per-view matches followed by Santino, each needing 4 years since their pay-per-view debuts, with Salco needing 49 months/4 years, 1 month and Santino 50 months, 4 years, 2 months. Vargas reached the mark in the fastest time in just 44 months/3 years, 8 months, beating out Salco and Santino by 5 and 6 months, respectively. Crystal made her SCW pay-per-view at Violent Conduct II on 14 September 2014. Between her debut and Blaze of Glory VII, it took her 53 months/4 years, 5 months to reach her 25th pay-per-view match. Blaze of Glory was Crystal's 19th consecutive pay-per-view match since My Bloody Valentine II on 14 February 2016, the third-longest active consecutive pay-per-view appearance streak behind only Vargas (36) and Salco (30) on the list.

This was also her 18th career world title match in SCW, the fifth time in a multi-person match and first fatal four-way since Inception II on 22 January 2017 where she lost the title in her seventh defense. Crystal is 9-9 in world title matches, now losing her third in a row, including both times to Mikah in unsuccessful challenges at CC 210 in an I Quit match and Summer XXXtreme by technical submission on 8 and 22 July 2018, respectively.

Weston and Lukas are both in this year's Blast From the Past Tournament. Weston had two-time SCU Underground Champion Stewart Mason as her partner while Lukas, only the third World Bombshell Champion to be involved in the tournament, teams with former World Heavyweight Champion Blade Alexander.




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SCW ACCOMPLISHMENTS
SCW Hall of Famer (Class of 2018)
World Bombshell Champion (x2)
Bombshell Roulette Champion (record-tying, x3)
Bombshell Internet Champion
World Bombshell Tag Team Champion (x3) (w/ Traci Patterson (x2) and Delia Darling)
World Mixed Tag Team Champion (x2, w/Kain)
Third Bombshell Triple Crown Champion (6th SCW Triple Crown Champion overall)
First-ever 3x SCW and Bombshell Triple Crown Champion
Second Bombshell Grand Slam Champion (4th SCW Grand Slam Champion overall)
First-ever overall eleven-time champion in SCW and Bombshells history; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and eleventh title (September 16, 2018)
(1799 days, or 59 months, between October 2013 and September 2018)
First Bombshell to win every eligible championship in SCW
One of two wrestlers to win five different championships in SCW
First-ever Tag Team Champions in SCW (w/Traci Patterson)
First-ever two-time World Bombshell Tag Team Champions (w/Traci Patterson)
First-ever two-time World Mixed Tag Team Champion (w/Kain)
First-ever five-time tag team champion in SCW history (September 16, 2018)
Most career wins by a female wrestler in SCW history (December 16, 2018)
Most career wins on Climax Control by a female wrestler in SCW history (February 3, 2019)
First-ever overall six-time singles champion in Bombshell history, (tied for most singles championship reigns all-time in SCW)
One of three Bombshells to win a title in consecutive years and the first Bombshell to win at least one championship every year since debut for six straight years: (July 22, 2018)
(Bombshell Roulette Championship, 2013, 2014; World Bombshell Tag Team Championship, 2015; Bombshell Internet Championship, 2016; World Bombshell Championship, 2017; World Mixed Tag Team Championship, 2018)
Only Bombshell to hold the SCW World Bombshell (x2), Bombshell Roulette (x3), World Bombshell Tag (x3) and World Mixed Tag (x2) multiple times
One of two women (Amy Marshall) to hold three sets of titles multiple times, one of three wrestlers overall (Marshall, Rage)
Only woman to hold four sets of titles multiple times
One of four Bombshells to have held the SCW Bombshell Roulette, World Bombshell Tag Team and Bombshell Internet Championship (February 14, 2016)
First Bombshell to become a multiple-time champion with both the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Tag Team titles (June 29, 2014)
First Bombshell to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette (x3), World Bombshell Tag Team (x3) and World Bombshell (x2) Championships (September 24, 2017)
One of five Bombshells to have never lost their first match of a new year and the first to do so four years in a row (June 2013 debut, January 2014, 2015, 2016)
One of three Bombshells to have never lost their first supercard match of a new year and the first to do so five years in a row (June 2013 debut, January 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
First-ever SCW Queen for a Day battle royal winner (December 2 Dismember III supershow, December 13, 2015)
Second Bombshell to have wrestled 100 TV/PPV matches, fastest in history to reach milestone (September 3, 2017)
(1554 days, or 51 months between June 2013 and September 2017)
Fifth Bombshell to have wrestled 50 TV/PPV matches, third fastest in history to reach milestone (July 19, 2015)
(777 days, or 25 months between June 2013 and July 2015)
Second-longest reigning Bombshell Roulette Champion
September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015 (175 days)
(5 months, 22 days; held record for longest reign for 17 months after reign ended)
Most consecutive/successful title defenses (5)
Most combined consecutive/successful title defenses (7)
Second Bombshell to have held Bombshell Roulette Championship three times (September 14, 2014)
Fourth Bombshell to have held a Bombshell singles title three times (September 14, 2014)
Only Bombshell to record four title reigns in a single year
(2014, winning the Bombshell Tag Team (March, June) and Bombshell Roulette (January, September) Championships two times each)
First Bombshell in history to go unpinned/unsubmitted in singles matches for up to an entire year (365 days) or more
Longest Bombshells singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history
(June 2, 2013 - August 10, 2014) -
14 months, 8 days/434 days overall/62 weeks
Longest Bombshells unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history
(June 2, 2013 - March 30, 2014)
9 months, 28 days/301 days overall/43 weeks
[Held record from March 30, 2014 - March 21, 2016
722 days/23 months, 3 weeks/103 weeks and 1 day]


The Checklist
Faith
Ambrosia Grey/Joanne Canelli/Laura Jackson
Jessie Salco
Nessa Wall/Jessie Salco (x2)
Nessa Wall (x2)/Traci Patterson
Misty/Vixen
Traci Patterson (x2)
Lizzie Short/Traci Patterson (x3)/Joanne Canelli (x2)
Amy Marshall
Traci Patterson (x4)/Jessie Salco (x3)
Emma Rose/Joanne Canelli (x3)
Roxi Johnson/Electra Styles
Jessie Salco (x4)/Amy Marshall (x2)
Felony Fontana/Rock Rose
Trishelle Jordan/Traci Patterson (x5)
Misty (x2)/Roxi Johnson (x2)/Amy Marshall (x3)
Necra Octavian Kane/Natalie McKinley/Joanne Canelli (x4)
Necra Octavian Kane (x2)
Cynthia Warren
Zuri Chastain
Zuri Chastain (x2)/Traci Patterson (x6)
Traci Patterson (x7)
Caleb Houston/Roxi Johnson (x3)
Amy Marshall (x4)/Jessie Salco (x5)
Amanda Cortez /Veronica Taylor
Amanda Cortez (x2)/Veronica Taylor (x2)
Raynin
Amy Marshall ((5)/Raynin (x2)
Alexis Edwards
Amy Marshall (x6)/Kate Steele/Traci Patterson (x8)/Kahlan "Bliss" Fischer
Zuri Chastain (x3)
Alexis Edwards (x2)
Melanie Gabrielle
Samantha Marlowe
Amy Marshall (x7)
Samantha Marlowe (x2)
Crystal Millar
Celeste North
Dax Beckett/Celeste North (x2)
James Tuscini/Trish Newborn
Ivan Darrell/Amanda Cortez
Kate Steele (x2)
Otaki
Bobbie Dahl
Polly Playtime
Samantha Marlowe (x3)
Trinity Jones
Seleana Zdunich
Dani Weston
Charlotte Elliot/Daniel J Morgan
Antrax/Iron Maiden
Samantha Marlowe (x4)/Caleb Storms
Sierra Williams/Ella Singleton
Apple Coren
Ella Singleton
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