A classic from the PGWA vaults!
A hallmark of the PGWA is its reputation for helping to discover and nurture new talent. And rarely was the PGWA more prescient than when it brought these two young ladies in! Riptide is also well-known now under her real name, Angel Orsini, and she not only went on to a successful career with ECW, but also held the PGWA Championship! And Starla Saxton was the first ring name of a newcomer who later took on the monikers of Mona Madness and Molly Holly…none other than future WCW and WWE superstar Nora Greenwald!
This was one of Nora’s very first pro matches (indeed, she had only made her debut a few weeks before), but even at this early stage, it was obvious that she had the tools to succeed. Of course, Riptide is mighty skilled as well; one look at her fit figure, clad in a black one-piece ominously emblazoned with FEAR ME across the front, and one could be forgiven for suspecting that poor young Starla had bitten off more than she could chew.
And at first, it certainly seems that way, as Riptide slams the rookie from pillar to post, dominating the match and toying with her blond opponent. But even then, Nora had a ‘Never Say Die’ attitude, and coupled with her surprising strength and tremendous agility, she eventually manages to turn the battle around, and now it’s Riptide who is in serious trouble!
The two women battle it out right until the final moment of the controversial finish of this match! Who wins? Well, let’s just say that Riptide’s manager, Alexandra the Great, earns her money on this day.
Only a handful of lucky people can say that they were there in person to witness this historic match. But now, you can watch every moment of the action, almost as if you were there!
18 minutes | 165 megs | 640x480 | 1,100 kbps | Just 14.95!
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