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> Into the Void VIII, A Recap
Mercedes Vargas
Posted: July 01, 2019 12:38 am


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ITV VIII QUICK RESULTS, 30 JUNE 2019 - GCU ARENA, GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY, PHOENIX, AZ

PRE-SHOW
KING OF THE ROAD MATCH - HARDCORE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS: THE THREE WAY (Earl Lockyer and Dahlia Rotten) def. KAWAII DRAGONS (Tatsu Ikeda and Winter Elemental) © to win the titles
DELIA DARLING def. ANGEL OF FILTH by pinfall
COMBAT CHAMPIONSHIP CONTENDERS SUBMISSION MATCH: SISTER ESTER def. DEBBI RUIN
COMBAT CHAMPIONSHIP CONTENDERS SUBMISSION MATCH: AHUEVO def. DAX BECKETT

MAIN CARD

SCU DOUBLE DOWN TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: THE NEW FOUNDATION (Shelby Holt and Ivory Sullivan) def. NOBILITY (Chanelle Martinez-Blade and Melissa Ruin) ©  by disqualification; however, championships cannot change hands due to a disqualification, Nobility retains the title in their first defense
KATE STEELE def. SELEANA ZDUNICH and JESSIE SALCO by submission on Salco 
TEDDY STEELE-WARREN def. MALACHI, GOTH and JOSHUA ACQUIN by pinfall on Goth
CAT RILEY def. AMY SANTINO by submission
JAKE RAAB def. SENOR VINNIE by submission
WARRIOR'S BRAWL - SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: COMBAT CHAMPION KELLI TORRES def. CATARINA FRANKLIN, MERLOT AYANO, HALO WILLIAMS, VALENTINA, SHANNON MIDDLEBROOKS, KANDY KAINE and ANGEL KASH by lastly eliminating Ayano to win the title AND BECOME THE FIFTH SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPION IN HISTORY

WARRIOR'S BRAWL - SCU WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP ELIMINATIONS

1. Valentina eliminated Shannon Middlebrooks by pinfall
2. Merlot Ayano eliminated Catarina Franklin by submission
3. Halo Williams eliminated Kandy Kain by pinfall
4. Valentina and Merlot Ayano eliminated Halo Williams by double pinfall
5. Kelli Torrea eliminated Angel Kash by submission
6. Merlot Ayano eliminated Valentina by pinfall
7. Kelli Torres eliminated Merlot Ayano by pinfall

BOBBIE DAHL def. SIERRA WILLIAMS by pinfall
LION'S DEN MATCH: FENRIS def. CALEB STORMS by submission
WARRIOR'S BRAWL - SCU MEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: STEWART MASON def. POWERSHOCK ©, HITAMASHI, ALEX RUSH, MARK CROSS, JOHN BLADE-MARTINEZ and MZ. HOLLYWOOD, lastly eliminating Hollywood to win the title

WARRIOR'S BRAWL - SCU UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP ELIMINATIONS

1. Mz. Hollywood eliminated Tim Staggs by roll-up after Powershock knocked out Staggs with a jumping discus punch to the face
2. Hitamashii eliminated Powershock by submission
3. Stewart Mason eliminated Alex Rush by pinfall
4. Hitamashii (2) eliminated John Martinez-Blade by pinfall
5. Hitamashii (3) eliminated Mark Cross by pinfall
6. Mz. Hollywood (2) eliminated Hitamashii by pinfall
7. Stewart Mason (2) eliminated Mz. Hollywood by pinfall

KEDRON and RINOA WILLIAMS def. BEN and EVIE JORDAN when Kedron Williams pinned Ben Jordan
BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: MERCEDES VARGAS def. SAMANTHA MARLOWE © in her sixth defense in a Roulette Rules Ladder match to win the title 
ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: GRIFFIN HAWKINS © def. LACHLAN KANE in a Roulette Rules Pinfalls Count Anywhere match to retain the title in his second defense
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: AUSTIN JAMES MERCER © (w/Alex Jones) def. KALE SMITH (w/Alex Rush) by pinfall to retain the title in his third defense
WORLD BOMBSHELL CHAMPIONSHIP: ALICIA LUKAS © def. BRITTANY WILLIAMS by pinfall to retain the title in her third defense

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SCU DOUBLE DOWN CHAMPIONSHIP: NOBILITY © (Chanelle Martinez-Blade and Melissa Ruin) vs THE NEW FOUNDATION (Shelby Holt and Ivory Sullivan)

This was the first defense for Nobility since winning the title at Underground 22 on 15 May.

Angel Kash, Chanelle Martinez-Blade and Melissa Ruin make up Nobility. Kash is a former two-time and longest reigning Women's Underground Champion. Kash and Martinez-Blade have made appearances in SCW. Kash appeared briefly while Martinez-Blade appeared mostly in tag with Torielle Jackson as Azz N' Class.

Shannon Middlebrooks, Shelby Holt and Ivory Sullivan are The New Foundation. Middlebrooks is the current Women's Underground Championship and a former Women's Combat Championship. Holt and Sullivan are former Underground Hardcore Tag Team Champions who recently lost the titles to Fire Dragon, the team of Mark Cross and Valentina, who ended their reign at 143 days.

Nobility will be 56 days as champion the night of Underground 28 on 10 July.

SELEANA ZDUNICH vs JESSIE SALCO vs KATE STEELE

This was the first meeting as opponents between Zdunich and Steele, the sixth meeting, third at pay-per-view and fifth as opponents between Salco and Steele with Steele winning three of four, and the fifth meeting between Zdunich and Salco, with Zdunich winning three of four.

With the win, Steele is now 4-1 all-time against Salco winning her fourth straight in the series. Salco won the first meeting against Steele 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 three 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, a tag match win with Seleana Zdunich against Salco and Crystal Zdunich at CC 228 on 10 February earlier this year (Seleana pinned Crystal to win for her team.) and most recently defeating Salco in a ladder match in defense of the Bombshell Golden Briefcase at Blaze of Glory back on 10 March.

The first two meetings between Zdunich and Salco were in singles and the other two were in tag. They split the two singles meeting with Salco winning the first by pinfall last year at CC 208 on 24 June while Zdunich avenged the loss earlier this year at CC 226 on 27 January by pinfall. At CC 228 on 10 February, Zdunich teamed with Kate Steele defeating Salco and Crystal Zdunich while at London Brawling II back on 5 May, Zdunich teamed with Crystal to defeat Salco and Amy Santino.

Ahead of this match, Zdunich suffered a submission loss to Cat Riley at CC 239 following her three-match unbeaten streak (2-0-1) and seven-match unbeaten streak on Climax Control (6-0-1) halted, including a six-match unbeaten streak in singles (5-0-1) when she unsuccessfully challenged Alicia Lukas for the World Bombshell Championship at CC 237, Zdunich's fourth career main event. Salco is coming off a singles loss to Sierra Bobbie Dahl by pinfall at CC 240. Zdunich won a tag team match with Crystal Zdunich in her most recent pay-per-view match at London Brawling II last month. Steele hasn't wrestled since unsuccessfully challenging Alicia Lukas for the World Bombshell Championship at the same pay-per-view in the main event in her Golden Briefcase match. She had won in each of her three previous matches before the loss, including at Inception III and at CC 228. Steele is the first Bombshell Golden Briefcase Winner to fail in her world title match. It was her second career opportunity at the World Bombshell Championship. She's now 0-2 after she unsuccessfully challenged then-champion Dani Weston for the title on 14 October 2018 at CC 218.

Steele improves to 21-24-1 in SCW, 11-7 at pay-per-view and 1-1 at Into the Void. She lost her ITV debut in 2017 in singles to Mercedes Vargas by pinfall. Into the Void marked the sixth consecutive pay-per-view for The Siren since Violent Conduct V on 16 September 2018.

Zdunich falls to her third straight defeat, now 6-4-1 in 2019, 12-15-1 in SCW and 3-5 on pay-per-view. This was the fifth career multi-person match for The Cat but first in a triple threat. Three of those five matches were in fatal four-way matches, at CC 205, CC 219 and most recently at Blaze of Glory earlier this year. She was also in the Ultimate X Over the Pool World Bombshell Championship No.1 Contender's battle royal last year at Summer XXXtreme. Zdunich remains winless at Into the Void following her defeat in singles last year to Mercedes Vargas, who ruined her debut.

Salco has now lost seven in a row and is now 1-10 in 2019 and 13-37 at pay-per-view. The loss makes Salco the first wrestler in history to reach 100 career losses. She is now 38-100-2 in SCW. This was the seventh consecutive year at Into the Void for The Heavy Metal Angel, joining Hall of Famers Amy Santino and Mercedes Vargas for most overall and consecutive appearances. Salco falls to her fifth straight loss at the supercard since 2015, now 1-6 all-time. Her last win was capturing the World Bombshell Tag Titles with Amy Santino against then-champions Mercedes Vargas and Traci Patterson at Into the Void III in 2014.

MALACHI vs TEDDY WARREN-STEELE vs GOTH vs JOSHUA ACQUIN

This was the first meeting for Malachi against Goth and Warren-Steele, the first meeting for Warren-Steele against Acquin, the first meeting between Goth and Acquin, the second meeting between Warren-Steele and Goth and the second meeting between Malach and Acquin. Warren defeated Goth by disqualification at CC 236 while Malachi beat Acquin at CC 240.

Malachi competed in his third SCW match here. He was unsuccessful in his SCW debut against Fenris at CC 238.

Warren-Steele defeated Blade Alexander at CC 240. Prior to the win, he was pinned in a mixed tag match two weeks earlier at CC 238 as he and Kate Steele were defeated by Anthrax and Twisted Sister of the Metal Maniacs.

Goth came off a submission singles win over Blade Alexander at CC 238, his most recent match, to end a two-match slide following defeats at London Brawling II back on 5 May where to Daniel J. Morgan by pinfall and to Warren-Steele at CC 236 by disqualification. The SCW Hall of Famer made his return to SCW during the Blast From the Past Tournament where he and Mackenzie Page made it to the final four before falling to Devona and Alex Jones at CC 235 on 14 April after Jones pinned Goth. The SCW Hall of Famer is the only active roster member to have competed at the inaugural Into the Void event in 2012. Goth seeked his second win in a row at Into the Void after finally winning in 2015. He lost his debut match at Into Void in 2012 in a six-man tag as Wyatt Peterson and The Surf Boys defeated Goth, Adam Smith and Johnny Brown. The following year he and Brother Grimm lost the World Tag Team Championship to J2H and Gianni Di Luca, and in 2015 he and Twisted Sister defeated Jessie Salco and Chris Shipman in a mixed tag team street fight.

Acquin is 2-8 in 2019, 19-69-3 in SCW and 6-23-1 in his 30th career pay-per-view. Into the Void was his sixth consecutive appearance since 2014 and 18th consecutive pay-per-view appearance since Summer XXXtreme IV on 31 July 2016. He lost his second in a row to drop to 2-4 at the supercard. After title losses challenging for and defending the World Tag Team Championship in 2014 and 2015, The Sin City Nightmare earned back-to-back singles wins over Constantine by pinfall and Laki by referee stoppage in in 2016 and 2017 respectively. Last year, Acquin teamed up with Jessie Salco against the teams of Amy Santino and Wyatt Peterson, Claudia and Maxim Seraphina and eventual winners Charlotte Elliot and Osborne, representing of London Underground for the inaugural World Mixed Tag Team Championship. Osborne pinned Maxim Seraphina to win for his team.

AMY SANTINO vs CAT RILEY

This was the first meeting between Santino and Riley. Ahead of this match, both women competed in matches at CC 239 with Santino coming off a mixed tag win with Senor Vinnie against Culture Shock, the team of Jack Asher and Emmie Ward, to end a three-match slide and first win since CC 234 when she and Vinnie defeated Jessie Salco and Andrew Garcia to advance to the last four in this year's Blast From the Past Tournament while Riley earned a submission singles win over Seleana Zdunich.

Santino competed at Into the Void for a record-tying seventh consecutive year since 2013, joining Jessie Salco and fellow Hall of Famer Mercedes Vargas for most overall and consecutive appearances by a female wrestler at the event. Santino is now 2-5 at the supercard, having lost four in a row since 2016. Her last win was over Roxi Johnson to win the Bombshell Internet Championship, making her the first-ever Grand Slam Champion in history at Into the Void IV: Arabian Fights on 28 June 2015. Sunday was also her fourth singles match and first in two years at the event, having lost to Necra Octavian Kane in 2013, won against Roxi Johnson for the Bombshell Internet Championship in 2015 and lost to Devona in 2017. The Punk Princess is now 6-8 in 2019, 53-82-2 in SCW in her 137th career match (the second most matches all-time behind only Jessie Salco who competed in her 140th match Sunday), 15-24-0 on pay-per-view in her 39th career pay-per-view and 23-32-1 in her 56th singles match.

She's 5-7 in the month of June since 2014, having won her past two matches in the month before last night, including 1-1 on pay-per-view in this month, the aforementioned title win over Roxi Johnson for the Bombshell Internet Championship in June 2015. Into the Void VIII was Santino's 19th consecutive pay-per-view since Into the VI in 2016. With Crystal Zdunich not booked for Into the Void VIII and missing a pay-per-view for the first time in three years, Santino now owns the third-longest active pay-per-view streak in history, only behind Jessie Salco (32nd on Sunday) and Mercedes Vargas (38th on Sunday). For Riley, Into the Void was her fourth straight pay-per-view since Inception III.

This was the fifth match for Riley since returning from a three-month hiatus. The Cardiac entered Sunday having won five of six and four in a row, with her only loss against Crystal Zdunich at Inception III, who handed Riley her first pay-per-view loss and ended her undefeated at 259 days/8 months, 8 days in the process causing Riley to go on a three-month sabbatical that began in January. Prior to the setback, Riley was 11-0, 4-0 at pay-per-view and 9-0 in singles. Riley avenged the loss to Zdunich with a pinfall win at CC 235 and would defeat Apple Coren (at London Brawling II), then-Bombshell Roulette Champion Samantha Marlowe in a non-title, ending her seven-month winning streak and overall ten-match win streak (at CC 237) and most recently Seleana Zdunich (at CC 239) by submission.

Last night's result was her ninth singles win by tap out and eleventh win overall. Riley moves on to 5-1 in 2019, 16-1 in SCW, 5-1 on pay-per-view and 14-1 in singles, of which all six pay-per-view matches were in singles. Riley competed at Into the Void and her second singles match in a row. She defeated Kira Phoenix by submission last year.

JAKE RAAB vs SENOR VINNIE

This was the third meeting between Raab and Vinnie and second as opponents. They were tag partners last year in a loss to Fenris and Ty West at CC 222 on 2 December 2018. Their most recent match happened earlier this year at CC 231 on 2 March in the first round of this year's Blast From the Past Tournament as Raab and Keira Fisher were defeated by Vinnie and Amy Santino by referee's decision when Raab was no longer able to continue the match.

Ahead of this match, both Superstars won their most recent matches at CC 239 with Raab coming off a singles win over Caleb Storms while Vinnie is earned a mixed tag win with Amy Santino against Jack Asher and Emmie Ward. The former Honor Champion had a two-match win streak and four-match singles win streak halted by Kale Smith at CC 237 prior.

Raab improves to 6-5 in 2019, 10-8 in SCW, 2-2 at pay-per-view and 9-5 in singles. Vinnie falls to 7-3 in 2019, 11-6 in SCW, 3-2 on pay-per-view having had his three-match win streak snapped which included wins at Inception III in the Golden Briefcase Ladder match and singles wins over Hitamashii at Blaze of Glory VII and Anthrax at London Brawling II respectively, and 7-3 in singles having won four straight dating back to a pinfall win over Blasted Monk at CC 227 on 3 February, Ty West at CC 229 on 17 February and the aforementioned wins over Hitamashii and Anthrax before the loss.

WARRIOR'S BRAWL - SCU WOMEN'S COMBAT CHAMPIONSHIP: KELLI TORRES  vs CATARINA FRANKLIN vs MERLOT AYANO vs HALO WILLIAMS vs VALENTINA vs WOMEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPION SHANNON MIDDLEBROOKS © vs Kandy Kaine vs Angel Kash

Middlebrooks held the Women's Underground Championship for 112 days and three defenses since winning the title from Angel Kash at Blaze of Glory back on 10 March. She successfully defended the title against Angel of Filth by pinfall at Underground 18 (10 April 2019), Denise Andrews in a 30 Minute Ironwoman match at London Brawling II pre-show (5 May 2019) and Torielle Jackson by pinfall at Underground 24 (30 May 2019). The record for singles longest reign and most defenses is both held by Angel Kash whose first reign lasted 207 days with 7 defenses. Kash's two reigns lasted a combined 263 with 10 combined defenses.


This was the first women's Warriors Brawl in history. The final two spots was determined at SCU Underground 27 in Buenos Aires this past Wednesday in a Last Chance battle royal. Kandy Kaine and Angel Kash were declared co-winners when it was determined that their feet both hit the floor at the same time.

Torres becomes the first double champion in SCU history. She's been Women's Combat Champion since winning the title from then-champion Shannon Middlebrooks at Blaze of Glory back on 10 March in Torres' first-ever match. She became the first Combat Champion to reach 100 days on 18 June and will be 116 days in as champion the night of Underground 28 on 10 July. In successful defenses, she's already beaten Torielle Jackson and Chanelle Martinez-Blade in a Kendo Stick match at London Brawling II and Underground 26 back on 12 June respectively. Should Torres retain, she will be on track to surpass Shannon Middlebrooks for longest singles reign. Middlebrooks held the title for 119 days. Catarina Franklin and Merlot Ayano won their recent matches, defeating Lydia Dawson and Denise Andrews respectively at Underground 25.

Halo Williams qualified by beating Brittany Williams the following show at Underground 26 and Valentina was placed in the match by Tad Ezra to replace Tatsu Ikeda, who beat Dahlia Rotten. Ikeda went on to become a two-time Hardcore Tag Team Champion with Winter Elemental as they defeated Mark Cross and Valentina.

SIERRA WILLIAMS vs BOBBIE DAHL

This was the Into the Void debut for both Bombshells, their first meeting, and the first SCW pay-per-view for Dahl in more than two years.

This was the first of three grudge matches set for the supercard. Both women had matches at CC 240. Williams defeated Amanda Cortez while Dahl beat Jessie Salco to remain undefeated since her successful in-ring return. With the win, Dahl improves to 3-0 in 2019, 4-4 overall in SCW and 2-0 at pay-per-view. This was her first SCW pay-per-view since defeating Cadence Carter and Otaki in a triple threat at Summer XXXtreme in 2017.

Williams, making her fifth consecutive pay-per-view appearance since her pay-per-view debut last year at High Stakes VIII on 11 November, falls to her third career defeat, now 8-3 in SCW, 3-2 on pay-per-view and saw her singles undefeated streak end with her first loss in four matches. Prior to the loss, she had wins over Evie Jordan at CC 226 on 27 January, Trinity Jones at CC 234 on 14 April and most recently Jessie Salco at CC 238 on 2 June respectively.

LION'S DEN MATCH: CALEB STORMS vs FENRIS

This grudge match stemmed from Storms making fun of Fenris' title loss and The White Wolf even passed up a title rematch for another match against the former World Mixed Tag Team Champion. Well, that match happens here in Phoenix. Fenris spoiled Malachi's in-ring debut at CC 238 by technical knockout and mostly recently defeated Travis Levitt by submission at the go-home show at CC 240. Storms lost to former Honor Champion Jake Raab at CC 239.

This was Storms' first Lion's Den match in his SCW career and only the second Lion's Den match for Fenris, who remains undefeated in these matches. The former World Heavyweight Champion defeated Joshua Acquin last year on 21 October at CC 219 to retain the World Heavyweight Championship.

Storms falls to 3-9 in 2019, 11-26 overall in SCW, and remains winless on pay-per-view, now 0-10. All of The Metal Storm's wins have come on Climax Control.

Fenris has now won four in a row and is 8-3 in 2019, 23-3-0-1 in SCW, 7-1 on PPV and 16-1 in singles, including 5-0 in PPV matches, having last year defeated Ty West at Summer XXXtreme to win the vacant World Heavyweight Championship and Kristopher Ryans and Senor Vinnie in his third and fifth successful defenses respectively of the World Heavyweight Championship at Violent Conduct and High Stakes, and Jake Raab earlier this year at Inception for the Honor World Championship while also successfully defending the World Heavyweight Championship in his seventh defense.

This was Storms' 10th consecutive pay-per-view since his pay-per-view debut at High Stakes VII back on 39 October 2017 while Fenris made his eighth pay-per-view since his pay-per-view debut at Into the Void VII on 27 May 2018. Storms and Fenris both made their respective second appearances at Into the Void. Storms lost the Roulette Championship to Jon Dough in a triple threat that also included Ty West. Fenris won the 2018 Blast From the Past with Courtney Pierce against Devin Tyler and Evie Jordan.

WARRIOR'S BRAWL - SCU MEN'S UNDERGROUND CHAMPIONSHIP: POWERSHOCK © vs HITAMASHI vs ALEX RUSH vs STEWART MASON vs MARK "THE DRAGON" CROSS vs JOHN BLADE-MARTINEZ vs TBD

The final participant for the Warrior's Brawl was determined in a Last Chance battle royal at Underground 27 in Buenos Aires this past Wednesday. Mz. Hollywood won the match.

This was the fifth title defense for Powershock who held the title for well over 137 days and four defenses since defeating then-champion Mason earlier this year at Underground 14 on 13 February. Powershock defeated Jerry Cann and Eric Weaver twice each. He beat Cann by pinfall at Blaze of Glory VIII (10 March) and again at London Brawling II on 5 May. Powershock defeated Eric Weaver at Underground 21 on 28 April and most recently at Underground 26 on 12 June. The record for longest singles reign and most defenses are both held by Mason at 214 days and eigth defenses respectively during his second reign.

Mason becomes the first-ever three-time Underground Champion in history. He already was the first two-time Underground Champion with his second reign at 214 days the longest in history. He's was the first champion to reach 100 days (136 days during first reign), the only champion to have two separate 100-day reigns and the only one to reach 200 days.

Hitamashii, Rush and Mason all qualified for the Warrior's Brawl by defeating Dorian B by disqualification, Vector C. Rodgers by submission and Earl Lockyer by pinfall respectively. Cross was put in the match by Tad Ezra.

This was the fourth edition of the men's Warrior's Brawl, the first time with the Honor World Championship at stake, and the first Warrior's Brawl under the SCU banner. The first two editions happened in SCU's predecessor, Northern Lights Wrestling, with Shinjiro Yamamoto winning the inaugural Legacy Championship in 2017 and Equinox winning the then-vacant title the following year. The previous Warrior's Brawl happened for the first time in an SCW ring at High Stakes VIII back on 11 November 2018 where the SCW Roulette and Honor Legacy Championships were at stake. Then-champions Ben Jordan (SCW Roulette) and Shinjiro Yamamoto (Honor Legacy) lost their titles to Ty West and Blasted Monk respectively, with West the sole survivor. The match also included Kadar Hasheem, Casey Williams, Caleb Storms and Joshua Acquin.

Hitamashii is a former member of the SCW roster as is Rush. Mark Cross is one of the newest recruits and was a former Double Down Tag Team Champion with Valentina. Blade-Martinez is a former Combat Champion who recently lost his title to now two-time champion Eric Weaver.

BEN and EVIE JORDAN vs. KEDRON and RINOA WILLIAMS

The issues between Ben Jordan and Kedron Williams has gotten personal in recent weeks. After CC 240 this was turned into a mixed tag by Christian Underwood after Rinoa Williams slapped Ben Jordan. This led to a brawl between Evie Jordan and Rinoa.

This was also a return match from London Brawling II which Ben Jordan won by pinfall over Kedron Williams. Jordan defeated Travis Levitt by pinfall at CC 238. Williams was coming off a singles loss to Caleb Storms at CC 237 for his second loss in a row.

With the win, Kedron Williams ends a two-match slide and improves to 2-3 in SCW, having also been defeated in his debut on 24 March at CC 231 by Griffin Hawkins. Prior to the win, his only other win happened two weeks after that debut by pinfall over Vanu Naufau.

BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: SAMANTHA MARLOWE © vs MERCEDES VARGAS

Defending Bombshell Roulette Champions are now 4-5 at Into the Void with the title having changed hands for the third straight year, dating back to 2017.

Marlowe's third reign with the Bombshell Roulette Championship lasted a record-setting seven months and 231 days and six defenses, the longest singles reign and most defenses in the titles seven-year history. Since defeating Evie Jordan on 11 November 2018 at High Stakes VIII, Marlowe retained the title against the likes of Jessie Salco (Inception III), Pandora Barrett (CC 226), Amy Santino twice (CC 229 and CC 233) and Trinity Jones at back-to-back pay-per-views (Blaze of Glory VII and London Brawling II).

Marlowe owns all four individual records with the Bombshell Roulette Championship, including the record for longest singles reign when she passed Kate Steele's 182-day reign on 14 May. (Steele held the record since 14 August 2016, nearly three years). She crossed the five-month mark on 11 April becoming just the third champion and first in three years to do so (Vargas on Valentine's Day 2015; Steele on 14 July 2016).

The other three records Marlowe broke all previously belonged to Vargas. Marlowe broke the tie with the Hall of Famer for most singles defenses at London Brawling II, which Vargas (5 during her third reign) had held since January 2015 and was the last record of hers to fall. Marlowe has since passed Vargas' records for longest combined days (her 259 combined days on 26 November 2018) and most combined defenses (her 7 combined defenses on 17 February 2019) which had stood for three and four years respectively. She became the first Bombshell Roulette Champion to reach, and then break, 200 days on 30 and 31 May respectively. Marlowe three reigns equaled 476 days and 11 combined defenses, the second-longest combined reign by a singles champion of any kind in SCW history. She passed J2H's 469 days (two World Heavyweight Championship reigns) the week before the supercard. Mikah owns the SCW record at 574 days (three World Bombshell Championship reigns) and is now tied with Marlowe for the record for most combined defenses with 11.

Vargas defeats Marlowe for a singles title for the first time since Climax Control 148 back on 15 May 2016, when she won her first World Bombshell championship, with the interference of Crystal Zdunich, ending Marlowe's first reign at 91 days. She also had her eight-month unbeaten streak snapped (245 days).

Marlowe and Vargas were in the main event of CC 239 as Marlowe and Crystal Zdunich versus Vargas and World Bombshell Champion Alicia Lukas ended in a draw via double countout when neither Zdunich or Vargas made it back to the ring in time to beat the referee's ten-count.

Marlowe and Vargas have met at least once in each of the past four years dating back to 2016. This was their second meeting in 2019 and 13th overall. Vargas extends the singles series 3-1-1 and second win in a row following a singles pinfall win at CC 197 back on 26 November 2017, but still trails the head-to-head series 5-4-4, though she has tied the title match series 3-3-2. Marlowe and Vargas fought over the Bombshell Roulette Championship two years ago at CC 182 on 11 June 2017, which Marlowe won in a Roulette Rules Tables, Ladders and Chairs match. This was also their second match over a title at Into the Void, a match Marlowe won in 2016 in a triple threat also including then-Bombshell Blast From the Past Tournament winner Crystal Zdunich to win the World Bombshell Championship for the second time against then-champion Vargas. Marlowe pinned Zdunich in the match.

Vargas has now won at least one championship in SCW seven years running dating back to her first title win at High Stakes II in October 2013, breaking a record held by Amy Santino (2012-2015) and Roxi Johnson (2013-2016) who both won a championship four years in a row. In 2017, Vargas won the aforementioned first World Bombshell Championship in 2016 at CC 148 to break the record.

This marks the twelfth title in Vargas' SCW career and most recent since she lost the World Mixed Tag Team Championship with Kain the second time in November 2018 which lasted 56 days and her first singles championship since September 2017 after her second World Bombshell Championship reign ended after 56 days in October. She extends her record for overall title reigns since passing Amy Santino's eight in September 2017.

Vargas is also a three-time World Bombshell Tag Team Champion, two-time World Bombshell Champion, two-time World Mixed Tag Team Champion and one-time Bombshell Internet Champion. She is four ahead of Santino and five ahead of Jessie Salco, Goth and Rage (all with 7 each). This was her overall seventh singles championship to claim the SCW record for most singles reigns, breaking a tie with fellow Hall of Famer Goth who had held the record for three years since February 2016 at My Bloody Valentine II.

Vargas becomes the first-ever four-time Bombshell Roulette Champion in history, breaking a tie with Necra Octavian Kane, Jessie Salco and Marlowe herself for most reigns. She's the second wrestler after Drake Green (four World Heavyweight Championship reigns) to hold the same singles title three times. This is her first Bombshell Roulette reign since 2014 which ended after 175 days at Blaze of Glory III on 8 March 2015, then the singles longest reign in history until it was broken by Kate Steele exactly 17 months later.

MOST BOMBSHELL ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP REIGNS
Minimum 3 reigns

MERCEDES VARGAS: 4
Necra Octavian Kane: 3
Jessie Salco: 3
Samantha Marlowe: 3

Vargas and Marlowe made their respective debuts two years apart. Vargas having made her debut at CC 52 on 2 June 2013 while Marlowe debuted on 26 July 2015 at CC 121. The two Bombshells have a combined 18 championships between them. Both Bombshells are amongst only six female wrestlers to win six or more titles in a career (Vixen, Roxi Johnson, Amy Santino and Jessie Salco are the others) and five or more singles championships, again joining Vixen, Marshall, Johnson and Mikah. Vargas would break Vixen's singles championship count by adding a sixth championship after winning her second World Bombshell Championship in September 2017, and became the fastest ever to win six titles overall, breaking Vixen's record which stood for four years.

Marlowe falls to 3-2-1 in June and had her three-match unbeaten streak snapped (2-0-1). Her lone PPV match during the month was the aforementioned 2016 win at Into the Void V. Vargas is now 6-4-1 in the month of June in SCW since 2014 and 2-1 on pay-per-views in that month alone. All three pay-per-view events were at Into the Void, retaining the World Bombshell Tag Titles with Delia Darling at Into the Void IV: Arabian Fights in 2015 and the aforementioned triple threat World Bombshell Championship title loss the following year at Into the Void V in 2016.

This was Vargas' 54th career title match, improving to 21-33 (the 21 wins and 54 matches are the most by a female wrestler), 40th singles championship match where she improves to 15-25 and 21st Bombshell Roulette Championship match, now 11-10. She improves to 21-17 in Roulette Rules matches. Vargas also becomes only the second female wrestler to reach 30 career singles wins and her next singles win would tie Mikah (31) for the SCW career record.

MOST BOMBSHELL CAREER TITLE MATCHES
(minimum 25 matches; active streak in bold)
MERCEDES VARGAS: 54+ matches (21-33)
Amy Marshall: 44+ matches (11-32-1)
Jessie Salco: 43+ matches (11-30-2)
Samantha Marlowe: 28+ matches (17-10-1)
Christina Rose: 27+ matches (14-13)
Mikah: 26 matches (18-8)
Roxi Johnson: 25 matches (13-12)
Vixen: 25 matches (12-13)

MOST BOMBSHELL CAREER TITLE MATCH WINS
(minimum 10 wins; active streak in bold)
MERCEDES VARGAS: 21+ wins 
Mikah: 18 wins
Samantha Marlowe: 17+ wins
Roxi Johnson: 16 wins
Christina Rose: 14+ wins
Vixen: 13 wins
Amy Marshall: 11+ wins
Jessie Salco: 11+ wins
Melody Grace: 10 wins
Misty: 10 wins

Sunday marked Marlowe's overall fourth consecutive appearance at Into the Void since 2016. She's now 1-3, having lost three years consecutively. She lost in the finals of the 2017 Blast From the Past Tournament with Ben Jordan against Evie Jordan and Lord Raab, after Baang pinned Marlowe and as well as the aforementioned loss to Williams last year. Her lone win in 2016 was her debut at the supercard when she won the World Bombshell Championship at Into the Void V against then-champion Mercedes Vargas and 2016 Blast From the Past winner Crystal Zdunich, pinning the latter in what was her world title match opportunity. This was Marlowe's second championship match at the supercard having her joins Necra Octavian Kane (2013, 2014) as the only wrestlers to appear in back-to-back title matches and Marlowe the only one to defend in consecutive years.

Marlowe is 6-2-1 in 2019, 43-28-3 in SCW, 11-10 on pay-per-view, 17-10-1 in title matches and 28-14-2 in singles. Her only other defeat in 2019 came at CC 237 in a singles submission loss to Cat Riley, who ended her ten-match win streak, including eight straight in singles to match a career-high from mid-September 2015 to mid-May 2016, dating back to a fatal four-way win on 21 October 2018 at CC 219, and first loss in seven months since her losing the Bombshell Roulette Championship to Brittany Williams at Into the Void VII on 27 May, her first decisive loss since CC 202 on 22 April 2018 when she was pinned by Courtney Pierce in the quarterfinals of last year's Blast From the Past Tournament as eventual tournament winners Pierce and Fenris defeated Marlowe and Caleb Storms to advance and first in singles since a loss to Vargas at CC 197 on 26 November 2017. This was Marlowe's sixth straight pay-per-view since Violent Conduct V on 16 September 2018.

Vargas is 5-3-2 in her tenth match of 2019, 59-71-3 in SCW, 17-21-0 on pay-per-view and 30-34-2 in singles, including 8-6 at pay-per-view where's she's now won three straight. Her 59 career wins in SCW is the most by a female wrestler since she surpassed the previous record of 53 held by Johnson on 16 December 2018 at CC 224. Johnson held the record for over two years. She surpassed Amy Santino for the pay-per-view record (15) at London Brawling II back on 5 May.

Into the Void VIII marked Vargas' seventh straight appearance at the supercard tying her with Jessie Salco and fellow Hall of Famer Amy Santino for most overall and consecutive appearances in addition being her 38th consecutive pay-per-view, the longest appearance streak in company history since passing Despayre for the record last month at London Brawling II. She surpassed the Bombshells record then-held by Roxi Johnson at Into the Void VI in 2015 with her 26th pay-per-view appearance. Vargas improves to 5-2 at Into the Void and third consecutive win. Sunday was also her third straight singles match at the supercard, having defeated Kate Steele in 2017 and Seleana Zdunich last year.

MOST CAREER BOMBSHELL WINS
(minimum 30 wins; active streak in bold)

MERCEDES VARGAS: 59+ wins
ROXI JOHNSON: 54+ wins
Amy Marshall: 53+ wins
Mikah: 42 wins
Jessie Salco: 38+ wins
Christina Rose: 37+ wins
Raynin: 33 wins
Misty: 30 wins

MOST BOMBSHELL PAY-PER-VIEW MATCHES
(Including Into the Void VIII. Minimum 20 events; active streak in bold)
JESSIE SALCO: 41+ events
Amy Santino: 39+ events
Mercedes Vargas: 38+ events
Christina Rose: 27+ events
Mikah: 21 events

MOST CONSECUTIVE PAY-PER-VIEW MATCHES
(Including Into the Void VIII.
Minimum 3 matches; active streak in bold)


MERCEDES VARGAS: 38+ matches (since SCW PPV debut, Into the Void II, June 23, 2013)
Jessie Salco: 32+ events (since Chaos in Cape Town, May 25, 2015)
Roxi Johnson: 25 events
Amy Santino: 19+ events (since Into the Void V, 6/6/16)
Veronica Taylor: 18 events
Amy Santino: 13 events
Mikah: 13 events
Kate Steele: 12 events
Mikah: 7 events
Sam Marlowe: 4 events

MOST PAY-PER-VIEW WINS
(Including Into the Void VIII.
Minimum 10 wins; active streak in bold)


MERCEDES VARGAS: 17+ wins
Amy Santino: 15+ wins
Roxi Johnson: 13 wins
Christina Rose: 14+ wins
Jessie Salco: 13+ wins
Mikah: 12 wins
Samantha Marlowe: 11+ wins

ROULETTE CHAMPIONSHIP: GRIFFIN HAWKINS © vs LACHLAN KANE

Defending champions are now 5-2 at Into the Void, with last year seeing a title change for the second year in a row. Kain (2013) and Kris Halc (2017) (now Kristopher Ryans) remain the only challengers to walk out with the title.

This was the first-ever meeting champion and challenger.

Hawkins defended the title for the second time since defeating Travis Levitt at London Brawling II in a Roulette Rules Submission match to end his 49-day reign and again in the subsequent rematch at CC 236 in a Roulette Rules Steel Cage match. Kane defeated Jack Asher, the original number one contender, at CC 237 to replace Asher in the title match.

Ahead of this clash, Hawkins had his four-match winning streak in singles snapped, along with a three-match winning streak on Climax Control, in a pinfall loss to Austin James Mercer in a main event Champion of Champions match at the go-home show to Into the Void at CC 240. The defeat was only his second loss of 2019. Kane defeated Blade Alexander by pinfall at CC 239.

With the win, Hawkins is now 6-2 on the year, 13-6 overall in SCW, 12-6 in singles and 4-1 on pay-per-view, all four pay-per-view matches were in singles. He also remains undefeated in title matches, now 5-0.

Kane falls to 8-5 in SCW, 3-2 on pay-per-view and 4-2 in singles, with wins also over Jake Raab at CC 221, Kadar Hasheem at CC 223, Jack Asher at CC 237 and Hawkins at CC 239. Kane's only other pay-per-view loss happened last month at London Brawling II where he and Sierra Williams lost the World Mixed Tag Team Championship to Sonya Ellington and Jimmy Andrews of Gamers Inc, who ended their 175-day reign in their fourth defense. This was his fifth straight pay-per-view since his pay-per-view debut at High Stakes VIII last November 2018.

Hawkins will be 63 days as champion by Climax Control 241 on 14 July.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: AUSTIN JAMES MERCER © vs KALE SMITH

Defending champions are now 5-3 at Into the Void. Jordan Williams, Drake Green and J2H are the only wrestlers to challenge for and defend the title.

Superstar Blast From the Past winners had lost in three straight world title cash-ins until Fenris broke through last year at Summer XXXtreme. After last night, they've lost four of the last five overall (1-4). Jordan Williams (2013) and Fenris (2018) are the only men to succeed. Simon Jones (2014) is the only man to win the tournament while World Heavyweight Champion.

This was the first meeting between Mercer and Smith.

Entering Into the Void VIII, Mercer defeated Roulette Champion Griffin Hawkins by pinfall in a non-title champion versus champion main event at the go-home show at CC 240. Smith suffered his first loss of 2019 to Hawkins in a non-title match at CC 238.

Mercer has successfully defended the title in a fatal four-way against Fenris, Ty West and Caleb Storms at London Brawling II and against Ty West in the main event of CC 238 in his most recent title defense. With the win, The Black Dragon has now won three straight and moves on to 9-3 in 2019, 11-4 in SCW, remains unbeaten on pay-per-view at 5-0 and is 6-1 in singles where he's won five straight, including wins over Mickey Carroll at High Stakes VIII on 11 November 2018 where he won the Honor Championship, Vanu Naufau at Inception III earlier this year on 13 January, Fenris at CC 231 for the World Heavyweight Championship, ending his reign at 245 days, and Hawkins at CC 240.

Mercer appeared in his fifth consecutive pay-per-view since his pay-per-view debut at High Stakes VIII. This was the third straight pay-per-view for Smith. The Australian native falls to 6-2 in 2019, 7-3 in SCW, 2-1 on pay-per-view and 3-3 in singles.

Mercer becomes the 10th World Heavyweight Champion to reach 100 days on 2 July and will reach 112 days by the fallout show to Into the Void at Climax Control 241 on 14 July. Nick Jones (154 days), Spike Staggs (168 days), Simon Jones (105 days, 2nd reign), Drake Green (112 days, 2nd reign), Gabriel (147 days, 2nd reign), J2H (399 days, 1st reign), Calvin Harris (113 days, 2nd reign), Kristopher Ryans (175 days) and most recently Fenris (245 days) are the others.

WORLD BOMBSHELL CHAMPIONSHIP: ALICIA LUKAS © vs BRITTANY WILLIAMS

Defending champions are now 4-4 at Into the Void and stopped a three-match slide. The title had changed hands since 2016 before tonight. Lukas joins Misty (2012), Vixen (2014) and Mikah (2015) as the only champions to retain.

With the exception of tournament winners Misty (2015) and Courtney Pierce (2018) who vacated their world title opportunity due to retirement and injury respectively, Bombshell Blast From the Past winners are now 1-4 all time. Evie Jordan (2018) is the only winner to date having defeated then-champion Crystal Zdunich at Summer XXXtreme in 2017, ending her second reign at 56 days.

This was the third meeting between champion and challenger. At High Stakes VIII back on 11 November 2018, then-Women's Honor Champion Lukas retained the title in a fatal four-way via draw as she and Williams scored simultaneous pinfalls on Winter Elemental and Trinity Jones respectively. Their most recent meeting happened at CC 232 during the quarterfinals of this year's Blast From the Past Tournament with Williams and Kale Smith defeating Lukas and Blade Alexander to advance and eventually win the tournament at Blaze of Glory earlier this year.

Lukas became the eighth different champion to reach 100 days on 18 June. Misty (112 days, 3rd reign), Roxi Johnson (112 days, 1st reign), Gothika (147 days), Delia Darling (175 days), Mikah (266 days, 1st reign and 210 days, 2nd reign), Crystal Zdunich (217 days, 1st reign) and Dani Weston (140 days) are the others. Mikah is the only champion to have two separate 100-day and she and Zdunich are the only ones to reach 200 days.

Since regaining the title earlier this year in a fatal four-way match also including then-champion Seleana Zdunich, Dani Weston and Crystal Zdunich at Blaze of Glory back on 10 March, Lukas defeated Kate Steele last month at London Brawling II and Seleana Zdunich at CC 237.

Williams won the 2019 Blast From the Past Tournament with Kale Smith at Blaze of Glory earlier this year, defeating Alex Jones and Devona in the finals. Crystal Zdunich, Williams' mother, is a 2016 Bombshell BFTP winner, yet failed in her world title opportunity at Into the Void V in a triple threat match when Sam Marlowe defeated then-champion Mercedes Vargas and Zdunich, who Marlowe pinned to win her second World Bombshell Championship.

Lukas teamed up with Mercedes Vargas against Crystal Zdunich and Samantha Marlowe in the main event of CC 239. The match ended in a draw via double countout when neither Vargas or Zdunich made it back in the ring in time to beat the referee's 10-count. Williams haven't had a match in SCW since Blaze of Glory, instead being seen in Sin City Underground where she made her debut on 22 May at Underground 23 in a tag win with her wife Halo Williams against The Society (Denise Andrews & Ella Singleton), then lost three weeks later on 12 June to her wife in a Warrior's Brawl qualifier, thanks to interference by Lukas who cost Brittany the match.

Lukas improves to 6-3-1 in 2019, 8-4-1 in her SCW career, 3-1-1 on PPV and 6-2 in singles having now won her third straight. This was her eighth career main event, fourth in a row following London Brawling II, CC 237 and CC 239 and fourth consecutive pay-per-view main event and title match, becoming the first female wrestler to accomplish this feat. Mercedes Vargas holds the record for most consecutive pay-per-view title matches by a female wrestler with 15 over a two-year span from August 18, 2013 (Summer XXXtreme II) to October 18, 2015 (High Stakes IV).

After dropping her first three main events at CC 223, Inception III and CC 230 respectively, Lukas has gone 4-0-1 (W-L-D) in her past five. She's 5-2-1 in her past eight world title matches (including the aforementioned draw with Brittany Williams at High Stakes VIII in 11 November 2018). Lukas made her fifth consecutive pay-per-view since her pay-per-view debut at High Stakes VIII back on 11 November 2018.

Williams saw her undefeated streak end after four matches in 2019. She was 3-0, which all came during the Blast From the Past Tournament with Kale Smith as they defeated the teams of Effie Bingham and Joshua Acquin, Lukas and Alexander, and Devona and Alex Jones at CC 231, CC 233 and Blaze of Glory respectively. Williams is now 10-6-1 in SCW, 3-2 on pay-per-view and 5-5 in singles. This was her second consecutive appearance at Into the Void following her debut last year when she ended Sam Marlowe's second reign as Bombshell Roulette Championship at 133 days in her first defense in a Roulette Rules Ultimate X match to become the youngest champion of any kind in SCW history at 17 years old.

Lukas will be 126 days in as champion by Climax Control 241 on 14 July.




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SCW ACCOMPLISHMENTS
SCW Hall of Famer (Class of 2018)
World Bombshell Champion (x2)
Bombshell Roulette Champion (x4)
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 female SCW Triple Crown Champion (6th SCW Triple Crown Champion overall)
First-ever 2x Triple Crown Champion in SCW history (most ever by a female wrestler)
Second female Grand Slam Champion (4th SCW Grand Slam Champion overall)
Fastest wrestler to 100 career matches on Climax Control (October 2019)
First-ever twelve-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and twelfth title (June 30, 2019)
(2086 days/68 months between October 2013 and June 2019/5 years, 8 months)
First-ever eleven-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and eleventh title (September 16, 2018)
(1799 days/59 months between October 2013 and September 2018; 4 years, 11 months)
First-ever ten-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and tenth title (July 22, 2018)
(1743 days/57 months between October 2013 and July 2018; 4 years, 9 months)
First-ever nine-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and ninth title (September 24, 2017)
(1442 days/47 months between October 2013 and September 2017; 3 years, 11 months)
First-ever eight-time champion overall in SCW history, most by a female wrestler; fastest champion, male or female, to reach milestone between first and eighth title (May 15, 2016)
(945 days/31 months between October 2013 and May 2015; 2 years, 7 months)
Longest consecutive pay-per-view appearance 38+ consecutive events since June 2013 pay-per-view debut)
Only woman to compete at every SCW pay-per-view for five consecutive years (2014-2018)
One of two wrestlers and the first woman to win five different SCW championships (July 22, 2018)
1743 days/57 months (4 years, 9 months)
First-ever two-time World Bombshell Tag Team Champion (w/Traci Patterson) (June 29, 2014)
First-ever two-time World Mixed Tag Team Champion (w/Kain) (September 16, 2018)
First-ever five-time tag team champion overall in SCW history (September 16, 2018)
1652 days/54 months (4 years, 6 months)
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 seven-time singles champion overall in SCW history, (passing Goth for most career singles championship reigns all-time), most by a female wrestler
First-ever six-time singles champion overall in Bombshell history, (tied with Goth for most career singles championship reigns all-time in SCW history)
1442 days/47 months (3 years, 11 months)
One of six female wrestlers (Misty, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco, Joanne Canelli, Roxi Johnson) and the second fastest to win a title in three consecutive years (May 31, 2015)
595 days/19 months (1 year, 7 months)
Second female wrestler, one of three (Amy Marshall, Roxi Johnson) and the second fastest to win a title in four consecutive years (February 14, 2016)
854 days/28 months (2 years, 4 months)
Only female wrestler to win a championship in six consecutive years:
1743 days/57 months (4 years, 9 months)
(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 woman in SCW history to become a multiple-time champion with four sets of titles (September 16, 2018)
Only woman to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette (x3), World Bombshell Tag Team (x3), World Bombshell (x2) and World Mixed Tag Team Championships in a career (September 16, 2018)
One of two women (Amy Marshall) and one of three wrestlers overall (Marshall, Rage) in SCW history to become a multiple-time champion wirh three sets of titles (February 14, 2016)
Third woman, one of only five (Joanne Canelli, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco, Roxi Johnson) and the third fastest in SCW history to become a multiple-time champion with the SCW Bombshell Roulette (x3), World Bombshell Tag Team (x3) and Bombshell Internet Championships in a career (February 14, 2016)
First woman and one of only four (Veronica Taylor, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco) to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Tag Team Championships (June 29, 2014)
Second woman and one of three (Vixen, Sam Marlowe) to become a multiple-time champion with the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Championships (September 24, 2017)
Third woman and one of only three (Misty, Raynin) to become a multiple-time champion with the World Bombshell Tag Team and World Bombshell Championships (September 24, 2017)
Only female wrestler to become a multiple-time champion with the World Bombshell and World Mixed Tag Team Championships (September 16, 2018)
One of five women (Kittie, Vixen, Joanne Canelli, Delia Darling) 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 women 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 woman 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 singles reign for 17 months after reign ended)
Most consecutive/successful title defenses, 5; [record tied by Sam Marlowe twice on 24 September 2017 and 7 April 2019]
Second most combined consecutive/successful title defenses, 7; broken on 26 January 2019; [held record for most combined defenses for four years after third reign ended]
Second woman to have held Bombshell Roulette Championship three times (after Necra Octavian Kane) (September 14, 2014) 
Fourth woman and one of five (Misty, Vixen, Necra Octavian Kane, Jessie Salco) to have held a Bombshell singles title three times (September 14, 2014) 
Only woman 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 woman in SCW history to go unpinned/unsubmitted in singles matches for up to an entire year (365 days) or more (434 days)
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 (x3)
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
Kate Steele (x3)/Jessie Salco (x6)
Sierra Williams/Ella Singleton
Apple Coren
Ella Singleton (x2)
Amanda Cortez (x4)/ Daniela V. Rodgers
Trinity Jones (x2)
Samantha Marlowe (x5)
Jessie Salco (x2)
Samantha Marlowe (x6)
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