SHIMMER Volume 57 DVD Taping
April 14, 2013
1. Santana defeated Rhia O’Reilly with the Shining Star Press.
2. Melanie Cruise defeated Xandra Bale (debut) with Cruise Control.
3. Jessicka Havok defeated “The Blasian Barbie” Mia Yim with the Hav-O Driver.
4. Veda Scott, Shazza McKenzie & “The Ultraviolent Punk Princess” Christina Von Eerie defeated Made in Sin (“The AK47” Allysin Kay & Taylor Made) & “Sweet” Saraya Knight after Von Eerie hit Saraya low, then nails Saraya with her own foreign object to get the win.
5. Thunderkitty defeated Sassy Stephie w/Mademoiselle Rachelle by submission with a Sleeper with Scissors.
6. “The Wrestling Goddess” Athena defeated Kimber Lee with a springboard 2nd rope variation of the O-Face.
7. “Everybody’s Favorite Girlfriend” Jessie McKay defeated “The Latina Sensation” Mercedes Martinez with the Boyfriend Stealer.
8. “The World Famous” Kana w/Pegaboo defeated “The Oncoming Storm” Kalamity with the cross armbreaker.
9. Allison Danger’s Retirement Match: Re-Generation X (Allison Danger & Leva Bates) defeated Ayako Hamada & SHIMMER Champion Cheerleader Melissa by reverse decision after referee Bryce Remsburg disqualified Melissa for not breaking a Fujiwara Armbar she used to initially submit Danger to win the match.
– Afterwards, Melissa turned on her partner, Hamada, laying her out with the Air Raid Crash before leaving.
– Danger gave a speech afterwards and revealed that the reason she has to retire is because back in January, she suffered a stroke and after tests were conducted, doctors found non-life threatening lesions on her brain. Danger then dedicated her final match to the late Larry Sweeney.
10. “The Punisher” Madison Eagles defeated Courtney Rush with HellBound.
11. Main Event for the SHIMMER Tag Titles in a No Disqualification & No Count-Out Match: 3G (Global Green Gangstas) (“The Rate Tank” Kellie Skater & Tomoka Nakagawa) defeated The Canadian NINJAS (Portia Perez & Nicole Matthews) (c’s) to win the titles after Skater pinned Portia with the International Incident.
– In memory of Larry Sweeney, “More, More, More” was played to close the show.
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