Ava Everett comes out wearing like a 1980s “pastel” colour scheme. She kind of looks like the host of an old 20-minute workout TV show you used to see on cable. There’s not a lot to tell here. Ava gets a few strikes in, she’s nicely vocal in the ring but this seemed to be more of a “Kris Stat-padder” match whose purpose was to give Statlander the record needed to challenge for a title while giving a prospect a look. Hard to make any conclusions about Everett from this one match but definitely can’t make any negative conclusions.
Kris Statlander beats Ave Everett with a Blue Thunder Bomb, which I love when Statlander does it because it really shows off her power, and it’s a move that Stat doesn’t get to put a lot of people away with. I LOVE Statlander’s POWER!
By the by, just a quick little “Pitch Please!” creative pitch: If I were a pro wrestler, since every wrestler has a signature move that’s not a finisher, I’d call my signature move “The ETK” which would stand for “Enhancement Talent Killer”, in that when I hit it on someone at the same level as me, they’d kick out but on an “Enhancement Talent” it’s all I need to end the match. This then sets up two fun scenarios:
- It would be a good insulting way to beat a babyface when, say, a stablemate hits my opponent with a chair when the ref’s distracted and then I beat them with the ETK.
- Would elevate a young upstart to the next level when they kick out of the ETK as I give my best *shocked Adam Cole face* impression.
Note: Just because I give a match a low rating doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy it for what it was nor is it necessarily a commentary on the competitors. Not all matches are meant to be 3-to-5 star matches.
Kris Statlander wins via pinfallKris Statlander wins via pinfall
- Nothing to write home about
- Just an enhancement match