10 Dream Women’s Wrestling Matches We Hope To See In 2020

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Big Swole vs. Trish Adora

Last month, Trish Adora became the inaugural Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Wrestling Champion. If anyone eventually challenges her for the title, it should be Big Swole.

Swole had an incredible year in 2019. She won her first singles title at The Summit to become the first black Phoenix of RISE Champion. Then, she made history again as one half of the first black SHINE Tag Team Champions.

In December, she signed with AEW and made her network television debut on TNT. Through it all, Swole has been a strong representative for African American women. As such, she should be a logical contender for a title meant to represent the Black wrestlers and their often marginalized fanbase.

Last year, Swole challenged Adora for the GCW Women’s Championship, so this isn’t a first-time match. Nevertheless, this bout that needs to happen for the culture.

Mercedes Martinez vs. Io Shirai

In January, Mercedes Martinez finally signed with WWE after a legendary run as an indie wrestler. Right away, that opened the door for several dream matches, particularly on the main roster.

However, “The Latina Sensation” has never crossed paths with Io Shirai, even in the second Mae Young Classic. So, that immediately stands out as a must-see match-up. If it’s anything like Martinez’s match with Meiko Satomura from the second round, it could be a banger.

Shirai and Martinez have 32 years of in-ring experience between them. With the right amount of time, they could easily put on an instant classic.

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What do you think? Drop a comment below and let us know your dream women’s wrestling matches.