On Sunday at 2 p.m. ET in Long Island, Women’s Wrestling Revolution will present its “WWR vs. The World” show, and Jordynne Grace vs. Jazz is set to headline as an NWA World Women’s Championship match.
Last week, Jazz successfully retained the NWA World Women’s Championship at the NWA 70th Anniversary show, defeating rising star Penelope Ford. Jazz, the self-proclaimed “baddest b***h”, has held the title for nearly 800 days, and it doesn’t seem like her reign will end anytime soon.
However, she will face arguably her biggest challenge for the title tomorrow at 2 p.m. ET in Long Island, New York.
Women’s Wrestling Revolution announced that Jazz will defend the prestigious championship against Jordynne Grace at “WWR vs. The World”, and this figures to be the main event of a stacked show.
Jazz is undoubtedly a legend in this business, and she summed it up best when she said that she’s creating her own “Evolution”. That’s the kind of me-first attitude that Jazz has, because she knows she’s the best and makes no apologies for it.
But Grace has more than a fair shot of pulling off a monumental victory. She’s been one of wrestling’s brightest stars in 2018, shining at events all over the world. Grace has fought through an ankle injury over the past month, but she’ll be ready to compete for the NWA Women’s Title tomorrow afternoon.
Grace recently signed a two-year deal with Impact Wrestling and joins the promotion as its latest big star in the women’s division, with fans discussing possible matchups against stars like Tessa Blanchard and Taya Valkyrie, whom she will face at “Ladies Night Out 4” for the first time ever next month.
There’s no doubt that Jazz vs. Jordynne Grace will be a barn-burner, and while Jazz is the heavy favorite due to the length of her title reign, that may also mean she’s “due for a loss”. And Grace could be the best woman for that title going forward.
WWR vs. The World, which takes place hours before WWE’s “Evolution” Pay Per View (in the same city, no less), will feature several other big matchups. Jazzy Gabbert will face Kimber Lee, Tessa Blanchard and Indi Hartwell will dazzle the audience against Willow Nightingale and Solo Darling, and LuFisto vs. Shazza McKenzie is a possible show-stealer.
You can view more information about the show and its card here. The show will begin streaming on Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. ET on Powerbomb.TV.