Portia Perez returns to Music City in the wake of her narrow loss to Nikki Roxx for the PGWA Championship! But from the way she struts in and immediately starts arguing with the fans, you'd think she wasn't just the champ, but Queen of the World!
Next comes Hailey Hatred, making her PGWA return in-between tours of Japan. The blond has faced plenty of tough opponents, so she's not intimidated by the Canadian's rep.
As the opening bell sounds, Perez is ready for action... but first, she insists on flexing her biceps and posing for the crowd. But as strong as she undeniably is, she finds herself flat on her back within moments, as Hailey roughly shoves her down. That leads to accusations of cheating from the young brunette, along with a temper tantrum. But soon enough, they two lock up again.
What follows next is an incredible exhibition of skills, as the two trade armlocks, headlocks, toeholds, headscissors and more! The action intensifies with every passing minute, and Hatred dominates much of it... however, try and she might, she can't seem to keep her adversary's shoulders pinned to the mat for the count of three. Then, Portia suddenly launches her own offensive, and the blond finds herself on the receiving end of the punishment!
Hailey gets her second wind, and the advantage swings back and forth between the two. Ultimately, one wrestler manages to pin the other (thanks to some highly illegal employment of the ropes), and the crowd erupts!
Afterward, an angry loser and a gloating winner share their thoughts back in their locker rooms... and they aren't happy thoughts!
You won't want to miss this battle between two of the hottest battlers in the PGWA this year!
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