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  1. Scarlett Bordeaux vs Glenn Gilbertti Full match at 13:36: https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/k3UyV22Cr3nNhTtd5dX Taya Valkyrie is interviewed by Melissa Santos ahead of her title match (at 23:35) https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/k3UyV22Cr3nNhTtd5dX Kiera Hogan and Alisha Edwards laugh at Glenn Gilbertti after his loss against Scarlett (at 25:40) https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/k3UyV22Cr3nNhTtd5dX GWN Flashback Moment of the Week: Lethal Consequences vs Beer Money Inc. (with Jacqueline) for the TNA World Tag Team Championship
  2. The Bella Twins Jacqueline Terri Runnels Torrie Wilson Maria Kanellis Michelle McCool Kelly Kelly SAUCE WHERE THE FUCK IS LEGEND MORETTI?!
  3. Read the caption closely... " Now on to Monday Night RAW to have a FEARLESS fight!" a fEarLeSs FiGhT... Fight.. Fight! She spoiled the girls and she didn't even know it. Could this mean we'll see the other Raw 25 girls in action for one more time?
  4. On September 15, 1998: The Women's Championship was officially reactivated, with Jacqueline not only being the first woman of African-American descent to win the championship, but also the first woman to have held a championship in WWE territory for nearly three years, after the belt had been deactivated by Alundra Blayze. A big thanks goes out to the two leading ladies of women's wrestling at the time; Jacqueline and Sable, for rejuvenating interest in women's wrestling, after the hiatus that it had taken from late 1995 to 1998. So, on that note, let's celebrate today, y'all! On thi
  5. So I was looking back at Jacqueline's induction into the Hall of Fame, and then that prompted me to look at most of the other female inductions. It's safe to say that the Hall of Fame is a time for its inductees to dress to the nines, and I think we can all say that the women dressed up excellently, but which woman do you think personally looked the best at their induction?
  6. We're about a month into this "new era" and WWE keeps trying to hammer this point home (you can stop now, JBL) despite not giving us anything, really, to back this claim. But what do you think? Will this era we're witnessing be the greatest in women's wrestling history (surpassing the revered Golden Era) or will WWE's laziness, lack of creativity and institutionalized main roster sexism make it just like the rest, only with potentially better PPV matches? Discuss.
  7. Total Divas vs. B.A.D. & Blonde ft. Nikki Bella (skip to 1:34:00): Nikki and Brie Interview: WWE Women's Championship Unveiling, presented by Lita (skip to 2:02:00): Hall Of Famers Get Spotlighted: http://watchwrestling.to/busy/UrC8FotI.html Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte (skip to 8:30) http://watchwrestling.to/busy/UrC8FotI.html http://watchwrestling.to/busy/8ikPlci4.html http://watchwrestling.to/busy/p3RSGvZ8.html Charlotte
  8. Terri Runnels has spoken out on Jacqueline just days before her hall of fame induction. Terri has said that this is something that has haunted her for years that she needed to get off her chest. Terri said she had proof that Jacqueline was not who she seemed to be and has the proof to show it. It is NSFW WWE officials are upset with said allegations as they are said to go against Jacqueline's character.
  9. "Fool Me One Time, Shame On You. Fool Me Twice, Can't Put The Blame On You." Alicia Fox and Brie Bella vs Naomi and Tamina ft. Lana. (starts at 5:30) http://wrestlingreviews.net/cgi-bin/protect.cgi?File=iTSOnHez.html Paige, Lana and Naymina segment, followed by a Charlotte interview. http://wrestlingreviews.net/cgi-bin/protect.cgi?File=R4UUx1Jf.html Jacqueline Hall of Fame package. Backstage Fallout.
  10. http://wrestlechat.net/2016-wwe-hall-of-fame-class-possibly-revealed-spoiler-alert-sasha-banks-posts-middle-school-photo/
  11. I found this on Youtube and it was posted May 24th. Not sure where it is from but it's a nod to Jacqueline, who in my opinion definitely should be inducted into the Hall of Fame. (I checked to see if this was posted already and couldn't find anything so if it is, please lock/delete and I apologize!) https://youtu.be/yu_YeA4dFrY
  12. A little late, but I thought this would be worthy of a thread. Mickie James vs Michelle McCool and Jacqueline vs Harvey Wippleman are listed in the video
  13. On a recent episode of Jim Cornette's podcast the "Drive-Thru" a viewer wrote in asking his thoughts on some of the past WWE divas. I'll summarize what he had to say since you need to have VIP access in-order to listen. Luna - Once had a match with Luna at a house show that went on for nearly 20 minutes. The show was sold out and it was among the most fun he ever had out of the few matches where he actually wrestled. Great worker, super athletic, had a genuine love for the wrestling business, and he loved being around her. Jacqueline - Worked along side her in the Memphis territory, WWE
  14. Well, since there needs to be an active thread to celebrate Black History Month, this thread aims to celebrate the accomplishments of black women in WWE history, showing they can look good, kick ass and make a mark in the wrestling industry. Alicia Fox: Career Highlights: 1x Diva's Champion (first and currently only African-American Diva's Champion, and also the youngest Diva's Champion) Debuted in a big storyline involving (then) World Heavyweight Champion, Edge & top heel, Vickie Guerrero Alicia Fox capturing the Diva's Championship for the first time [embed=425,349]<iframe f
  15. Just for fun, I've decided to start a 16 woman tournament to determine who is the greatest manager of all time! I've selected 32 women & paired them off at random & will match them up & let them square off until we have a winner! Tomorrow I'll post the first match of round one! The tournament! Round one 1. Trish Stratus vs. Mighty Molly 2. Lita vs. Jillian Hall 3. AJ Lee vs. Serena 4. Miss Elizabeth vs. Stacy Keibler 5. Sunny vs. Queen Sharmell 6. The Funkadactyls vs. Alicia Fox 7. Sensational Sherri vs. Melina 8. Vickie Guerrero vs. Kimberly Page 9. Sable vs. Maria Kanellis 10. I
  16. To celebrate Black History Month, WWEClassics.com has taken a look at ”Barrier-breaking African-Americans”, and Diva Dirt Legacy Award winner Jacqueline is featured on the list. The former WWE Women’s and Cruiserweight Champion was described by Jim Ross in the article as “one of, if not the most underrated female performer ever to work in the wrestling business” – a comment that we here at Diva Dirt wholeheartedly agree with. Jackie, who has performed as a wrestler and a referee during her career, has also been a manager to various superstars, including Booker T, and the Smackdown GM said th
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