NWA Hard Times Results: Thunder Rosa Ends The 9 Months Reign Of Womens Champion Allysin Kay
For the past 272 Days, Allysin Kay has been the NWA World Women’s Champion. She claimed the vacant championship at the 2019 Crockett Cup, when she defeated Santana Garrett. Since then, she has defeated everyone put in-front of her. That was until NWA Hard Times. She would face the undefeated Thunder Rosa, who had quickly become the hottest name in the division since her debut on episode #7 of NWA Powerrr.
Thunder Rosa Is The New NWA World Women’s Champion
In what was the best match we’ve seen from the NWA women’s division since it’s revival, we saw these two women go to war. They started slow, exchanging holds, and delivering strikes. Action would pick up as they would start to try to put each other away with their strongest moves, but neither would budge. The crowd would reach a fever pitch when it seemed like Allysin Kay would tap to an armbar to Thunder Rosa, but she would break out, only to be put down by The Thunder Driver for the victory.
What Will Be Next For Thunder Rosa?
Sometimes, winning the championship is the easy part. She will now be the target of the entire division, including her allies in Melina & Marti Belle. She will likely be defending against Allysin Kay first, as with such a well received and competitive match, a rematch is wanted by fans. Thunder Rosa is the perfect person to build a division around as NWA grows, as she is a fan favorite capable of great things in the ring. With women’s wrestling becoming an important aspect in all companies, we can expect NWA to sign some more talent for their division throughout 2020, giving Rosa plenty of fresh faces to take down.
The First Mexican Born NWA World Women’s Champion
Thunder Rosa is the 29th woman to hold the historic championship, which has been around since 1937 with Mildred Burke being the first to hold it. She made history with her victory at NWA Hard Times. Throughout it’s legacy, it has never been held by someone who was born in Mexico until now. This goes to show that even with championships dating that far back, there is always room to make history.
Are you excited to see Thunder Rosa as the new NWA World Women’s Champion? Did you hope to see Allysin Kay retain? Let us know in the comment section down below.
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