Los Angeles, CA. - Changes had to be made to the announced WILD World Championship match last night at Pro Wrestling Entertainment in Los Angeles. Tabitha Buck, young cousin of TNA's Generation Me, was unable to appear. "The Bloodthirsty Vixen" Amanda, who happened to be in the audience at the show, offered to take Tab's place. WILD Owner Travis Leland allowed Amanda to be in the match, but could not allow it to be for the title.
"She's lost every WILD match she's been in," said Leland. "I can't let her have a title shot before the women who beat her get theirs."
The match was fast and furious, with many lucha-libre-inspired moves. At one point, O'Shea pulled off a running hurricanrana, sending Amanda crashing to the mat. Amanda, however was noticeably larger and more powerful than the champion. Near the end of the match, as Amanda was in control of the firey redhead and the referee was distracted, O'Shea grabbed a nearby energy drink can and cracked Amanda in the head with it. With her opponent dizzied by the blow, Lucky rolled up Amanda for the victory.
This was odd behavior for the fan-favorite champion, who has always played fair in her matches. When Travis Leland asked her about it afterward, O'Shea told him not to worry. "I'm the good guy here, Travis," she said. "Trust me. I did what was best for WILD."
What did she mean? We won't have to wait very long to find out. The two were already scheduled for a match at Insane Wrestling League next Friday. It will now be a rematch - this time with the World Title on the line.
WILD World Championship Match at IWL's "New Year's Wrestleution"