a. Angelus Layne pinned Mary Lee Rose with a Victory Layne (TKO).
b. Angie Skye & Stacy Shadows beat Diana Hall & Pink Flash Kira. Skye pinned Kira with the Hard Goodbye.
SHIMMER Volume 63
1. Evie defeated Rhia O’Reilly with a double stomp in a Tree of Woe.
2. Nevaeh pinned Christina Von Eerie with a Death Valley Driver.
3. Jessicka Havok defeated Kay Lee Ray with a chokeslam from the top rope.
4. Courtney Rush makes Marti Belle tap out to a Sharpshooter.
5. Kimber Lee & Cherry Bomb beat Leva Bates & Veda Scott. Scott was pinned following a Codebreaker/German Suplex combination.
6. Madison Eagles made Heidi Lovelace tap out to an STF.
7. Saraya Knight pinned Tomoka Nakagawa with an Inverted DDT following a distraction from Rhia O’Reilly.
8. Yumi Ohka defeated Athena with a Tiger Suplex and running Yakuza Kick.
9. Ray & Leon beat Portia Perez & Nicole Matthews. Both Ninjas were pinned following a moonsault by Ray and a Senton Bomb by Leon.
10. Kellie Skater pinned Nikki Storm with the International Incident.
11. Mia Yim defeated Hikaru Shida with a Package Piledriver.
12. LuFisto & Kana beat Cheerleader Melissa & Mercedes Martinez. LuFisto pinned Melissa with the Burning Hammer.
SHIMMER Volume 64
1. Athena pinned Cherry Bomb with the O-Face.
2. Melanie Cruise beat Kay Lee Ray & Nikki Storm in a 3-way. Cruise pinned Ray following a Tombstone Piledriver.
3. Heidi Lovelace beat Angie Skye with a Frog Splash.
4. Saraya Knight & Rhia O’Reilly defeated Leva Bates & Veda Scott. O’Reilly pinned Bates with the Rhiajustment after Scott walked out on her partner. Allison Danger tries to stop a post-match beatdown but is held back.
5. Christina Von Eerie pinned Marti Belle with a stranglehold lungblower.
6. LuFisto made Nevaeh tap out to an inverted Indian Deathlock.
- Afterwards, LuFisto got the microphone, challenged Melissa to another title match and refused to leave until she got it. Melissa responded that in order to get another shot, LuFisto will have to start from the bottom like she had to. Acting as mediator, Danger agreed with Melissa’s point, but declared that she will have to defend the title on Volume 64 against Yumi Ohka.
7. Courtney Rush beat Evie, Nicole Matthews & Madison Eagles in a 4-way. Eagles (accidentally) kicked Matthews in the head and Rush pinned Nicole with a T-Bone Suplex.
- Matthews and Eagles argue after the match but Portia Perez convinced them to bury the hatchet so they can all turn their attention to Rush. The trio then go after Courtney and Evie, but a chair-swinging Heidi Lovelace made the save.
8. Kana made Thunderkitty tap out to a crucifix armbar.
- Mia Yim is interviewed. She says she wants to be SHIMMER Champion but Mercedes Martinez says she’s not worthy of facing Melissa.
9. Hikaru Shida pinned Kimber Lee with a top rope hurricanrana followed by a Three Count (running knee).
- Amber Gertner tries to interview LuFisto but she’s sent away, upset at being called unworthy to be SHIMMER Champion. Saraya Knight then shows up to offer LuFisto advice on how to get a title shot but LuFisto walks away.
10. Mia Yim beat Mercedes Martinez with an inside cradle.
SHIMMER Tag Team Championship
11. Kellie Skater & Tomoka Nakagawa (c) beat Ray & Leon to retain the titles. Nakagawa pinned Ray with the 120% Schoolboy.
12. Cheerleader Melissa (c) pinned Yumi Ohka with an Air Raid Crash to retain the title. LuFisto tried to interfere on Ohka’s behalf but Yumi refused her help and delivered a Yakuza Kick to her. The pair brawled after the bell.
That’s all for today – we’ll be back later with thoughts on the two tapings.
Madison Eagles injured – participation on Vols 65-66 in question.
It’s late night here in Chicago, and sleep is calling before another day of tapings at the Eagles Club – it’s too late to update with full thoughts right now, but will update hopefully in the morning. For now, just wanted to bring you news that former SHIMMER Champion Madison Eagles, one of several walking wounded wrestlers on the show today (not that you’d know it, given how everybody performed), added to the ankle injury she went into the shows with by managing to break her wrist on what was basically a freak accident during the match with Heidi Lovelace on Vol 63. The incident wasn’t noticeable to the live crowd at the time, and Eagles went on to work on Vol 64 with a taped up wrist and hand. Turns out after seeking medical assistance, that the wrist was broken. The actual incident, we understand, happened when Lovelace came off the top with double knees to Eagles’ shoulders, taking her down to the mat. Unfortunately for Madison, her hand and wrist were caught in the collision. There’s no blame here – just one of those things. Eagles, being Eagles, will no doubt want to work Vols 65 & 66 on Sunday – but it looks highly doubtful that this would be possible. I’m sure news will filter through official SHIMMER channels in the morning about Eagles’ situation.