Tracy defends her newly-won PGWA belt for the very first time, and Commissioner Susan Green has lined up a tremendous challenger... none other than Japanese superstar, Sumie Sakai!
And wily Sumie has done her homework, learning that Tracy recently made a heel turn. Deciding that the smart strategy is to fight fire with fire, Sakai from the very start plays rough with the Champ, holding nothing back and rocking the Hawaiian again and again. Eventually, Taylor gets her bearings and battles back, and thatís when this one really gets wild!
Sumie takes full advantage of the SAWmillís high ceiling for some off-the-top rope aerial assaults. Tracy reciprocates with some surprisingly adept gymnastics of her own. The action runs the gamut from such technical moves as the Corkscrew Bodyslam, German Suplex, Flying Headscissors and DDT, to plain old punching, kicking and hairpulling! In fact, these two really put the boots to one another throughout the match, and thereís no doubt that both went home with plenty of bruises in the shape of their opponentís heel!
Frustrated by her inability to pin the Champ, Sumie goes so far as to grab a steel chair from ringside, and what started as a wrestling match comes down to little more than a back alley street fight! Ultimately, Tracy claims the win, but only after a spectacularly unexpected effort. And in her post-match interview, Taylor is suddenly interrupted by a woman who ventured a very long way, just for the pleasure of challenging the PGWA Champion face-to-face!
The Age of Tracy Taylor begins now, and you wonít want to miss this opportunity to watch it launch!
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