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    Monday, October 16, 2017

    Can Crystal Become The First Wrestling Queen of Asia?

    She may have flopped in the first Filipino all-women wrestling match in two decades, and fallen short in her quest to become PHX Champion, but pioneering PWR talent Crystal just might have her sights set on a bigger goal: becoming the first true Queen of Wrestling in Southeast Asia.

    Singapore Pro Wrestling (SPW) has announced a massive clash at its October 20 show, WrestlingCity.Asia: Reload, to determine once and for all who the best woman wrestler in the region is.

    History will be made on Oct 20 when SPW crowns her first women's champion. Fans will be hoping for their homegirl Alexis Lee to become a double champion, after her recent successes in Perth. 
    However, she isn't the only local, as SPW audiences will be introduced to the training center's latest debutant, the multi-talented Jane. 
    Poppy and Jibzy are no strangers to Alexis Lee, and they will both want to bring honour and the championship back to MYPW and Gatoh Move respectively; we can be assured both respected wrestlers will pose serious threats to our locals. 
    The wildcard here is Crystal, as PWR makes their much anticipated debut in SPW. Will she make the hugest splash possible by becoming Champion of Asia in her SPW debut?
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    The resident "Bad-Ass Babe" of the Philippine Wrestling Revolution could very well be wrestling in front of the most hostile crowd she's faced, but that doesn't faze her one bit.

    "I'll be nervous," she admitted candidly in a recent interview with SPW, when asked about the possibility of facing four other women in the same match. "But knowing me, I have a lot of fiery spirit."

    She may be outnumbered, but based on her confidence level, she'll never let herself be outshone. This is, after all, the same woman who's gone toe-to-toe in the past against the likes of the 280-pound Main Maxx, the high-octane Chino Guinto, and the wily James "Lodi" Martinez—all either current or former titleholders in PWR.

    "Bring on the fight," she finishes, "because I will fight back, and I'll give you one hell of a comeback."

    All this big talk may be well and good, but don't forget that standing across her will be four of the region's most dangerous female grapplers, including the fearsome Alexis Lee, who dazzled Filipino fans not that long ago at HisCON 2016, and is Perth-based All Action Wrestling's reigning Women's Champion.

    This gal oozes quiet confidence stemming from her four years of experience touring the various pro wrestling scenes in the region.

    "I will show you why I am Singapore's first female pro wrestler," she states bluntly. "I will show you why I am also known as the Lion City Hit Girl."

    But don't forget about the three other women involved in this monumental clash—Gatoh Move warrior Jibzy, Poppy of Malaysia Pro-Wrestling, and SPW newcomer Jane Foo. Each of them is absolutely fearless and ready to fight.

    Details of the actual match format have not yet been released—round robin? five-way? elimination-style tournament?—but the historical implications alone make it worth following.

    For more details, check out the official Reload Facebook event page. WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne will be in action, as well as the Eurasian Dragon, The Statement, Dramatic Dream Team's Masa Takanashi, and many other international stars.

    Do you think Crystal stands a fighting chance to be crowned the first ever Wrestling Queen of Asia, or will Alexis Lee stamp her class as Southeast Asia's true ring royalty? Let us know your thoughts, and we'll bring you updates as we hear them!


    WrestlingCity.Asia: Reload is happening this Friday, October 20, at the Foochow Association on 21 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore. Tickets start at 30 SGD online at the SPW official website.

    Gates open at 7 PM, with a bell time of 7:30 PM. Photos by "Hips Don't Lie" Hub Pacheco.

    Presented by GNB Comics.
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