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For those wondering where Yuru-tans been and why she deleted EVERYFUCKINGTHING, shes a female pro-wrestler now… intent on using her new platform to respark the gyaru boom. Ladies and gents, the Sifow of this generation. Yurutan, now known as Kotabuki Yuri.


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The third contender in Princesses of Wrestling, Snow White embraces the dark side and trades her classic look for the Undertaker’s original WWF ring attire. With Grumpy Paul Bearer at her side, the Lady of Darkness will make certain that her enemies Rest. In. Peace.

See the previous illustrations in this series:
Elsa & Anna - The Legion of Frost
Sleeping Beauty - Ultimate Aurora

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WOMEN TO WRESTLE IN NEW JAPAN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NEARLY THIRTEEN YEARS.

On the May 5th at NJPW’s Wrestling Dontaku, Amber O’Neal will team with Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson to take on Maria Kanellis, Matt Taven and Michael Bennett. I am most interested to see if this is perhaps the beginning of something bigger to come down the line, such as a women’s division.

Casting Disney princesses as classic wrestlers, the second illustration in Princesses of Wrestling pays tribute to legendary WWE Hall of Famer Ultimate Warrior. The blood of the Warrior now passes through the body of others, making them bleed deeper, transforming Sleeping Beauty into ULTIMATE AURORA!

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Great Female Wrestling Stars

Someone asked for a caption. From top to bottom, left to right… 

The Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Lilly Thomas, Ethel Brown, Ida Martinez, Susan “Tex” Green, & Sandy Parker

Today I went to coach some girls at a wrestling tournament, and I wasn’t feeling too good so after they wrestled, I went into the hall way and just kind of curled up and tried to sleep. In the 20 minutes I sat there, 5 different wrestlers whom I had never met before came up to me and asked if I was alright, and offered me water and fruit. I don’t know any other sport as polite as wrestling.