WOW Season Finale (Part 2) Results 11/23/19: Title Change

WOW on AXS TV results of Episode 2:12 from Los Angeles, California at The Belasco Theatre on 11/23/19 (taped May 2019):

The show opened with highlights of the previous episode with Adrenaline and Fire winning the WOW Tag Team Titles Tournament for the vacant belts over Hazard and Hazard to become new champions. They were immediately attacked by the new Exile stable (Malia Hosaka and two unnamed trainees) after the match.

A video feature was shown of WOW Champion Tessa Blanchard’s accomplishments in WOW. The Beast finally gets a title shot in the main event.

Holidead (with Siren The Voodoo Doll aka Nina Monet) vs. Princess Aussie

A video aired before the match of the ongoing supernatural situation between Siren, Holidead, and Aussie. The announcers said Siren has a special interest in this match.

Aussie came out as a total baby face with no signs of being possessed by the heels.

It was ruled a No Contest when The Psycho Sisters ran in and attacked Aussie right as she was going to pin Holidead after a frog splash.

Holidead and Siren joined Aussie to fight off The Psycho Sisters after the match and there was a big pull apart brawl.

They aired a video tribute to “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and announced his daughter, Teal Piper, will debut tonight.

WOW Champion Tessa Blanchard was in the ring with the locker room surrounding ringside. She was acting like her real self and not her heel character. She said she was lucky enough to be born in the pro wrestling business and started six years ago. She said others had to find a different path into the industry. She asked for WOW Owner Jeanie Buss to come into the ring.

Buss and David McLane entered the ring. Blanchard said some of the girls on the roster are teachers, models, and mothers that turned to professional wrestling and it was all possible because of Buss. She gave Buss a replica belt of the WOW Title and McLane put it around Buss’ waist.

Buss was surprised and had a huge smile on her face. She thanked everyone.

A video interview with Eye Candy (aka Willow Nightingale) aired. She talked about breaking her neck earlier this year on “an independent show on the east coast” (it was Beyond Wrestling). She was in a neck brace after surgery. This show was taped back in May. Nightingale has recently returned to indie action. She and Solo Darling were backstage at WWE shows this week.

Teal Piper debuted in an interview segment backstage called “Teal Talk”. The first guest was Stephy Slays. Piper was condescending and antagonist like her father was in his “Piper’s Pit” days. Slays eventually got frustrated and walked off.

They showed a recap of the Slays vs. Abilene Maverick feud.

“The Governor’s Daughter” Abilene Maverick (aka Barbi Hayden) vs. Stephy Slays

Maverick took a cheap shot and slapped Slays before the bell. Slays went into a rage and tackled her when the bell rang.

Slays reversed a Maverick power bomb attempt with a hurricanrana for the pin. Maverick looked shocked by the loss.

Maverick dominated most of the match with body slams aside from a couple of brief come backs from Slays. Slays was bleeding from her teeth after it was over.

Taped promos from Blanchard and The Beast aired to hype the main event.

Main Event – WOW Champion Tessa Blanchard vs. The Beast

The Beast pinned Blanchard with a sit out power bomb to win the title.

Good match with a combination of fast pace and explosiveness. The Beast tossed Blanchard around with ease for the first couple of minutes. Blanchard took control after kicking The Beast in the leg.

WOW announced that they are going on tour in the Fall of 2020. Fans can vote on the WOW website to suggest the cities for these shows http://wowe.info/

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