Eight female warriors compete in a one night tournament on Friday 8th December at Epic Studios for the chance to win the Bellatrix World Championship. Watch it live on FITE TV by clicking HERE.
A world-travelled veteran and champion on four different continents, Saraya was the first ever Bellatrix World champion and is the only Englishwoman to have claimed the SHIMMER Championship. The English Rose will be accompanied by her daughter Nikki Knight and is indisputably the statistical favourite thanks to her impressive career.
The reigning Queen of the Ring is also a two-time former European champion and will be eager to claim the World title as her crown jewel heading into 2018. Maya’s size and strength advantage makes her one of the most formidable competitors in this tournament.
Don’t let the size of this former Bellatrix British champion fool you. The Pocket Princess is perfectly capable of bringing much larger opponents crashing down to the mat with an array of grinding submission holds.
Leia Elise has long held the opinion that she deserves a World title shot and finally gets the chance in this tournament. Her brash attitude matches her wrestling style and might be enough to overcome opponents who have already been worn down earlier in the night.
The Nordic Valkyrie is one of the top female wrestlers in Europe and hasn’t missed a step since returning to the ring earlier this year. Could she be set to cap off the year by claiming her first Bellatrix gold?
Innocence looks to plough through the competition and bring the Bellatrix World title under Sigma’s control. The group have already secured the WAW World Tag Team titles and the Demon Child will be prepared for war inside the ring at Epic Studios.
The first ever two-time Bellatrix World champion will be on the war path to reclaim her title after losing it back in September. Windsor will be dead set on capturing the belt for a third time to close out 2017 to take what she believes to be her rightful place atop the Bellatrix roster.
The Mexican luchadora earns her first championship opportunity in the biggest way possible as just three matches separate her from the World title. Her technical prowess will serve her well to conserve energy throughout the night.
By Dan Nash