October 18, 2004 (6:16pm): G.L.O.R.Y. Girl Alexzandra Heiress defended her Slam All-Star Wrestling Women's Championship against Gina Marie and Amber in a Triple Threat Match at "Trick or Treat Turmoil" on Saturday, October 16, in St. Albans, Vermont.
Alex already had a victory over Gina Marie back in July and this was Amber's first official match in SAW. Alex had the advantage as SAW Heavyweight Champion Maxx Burton was in her corner for this match.
At first, Amber and Gina scared Alex from the ring and started feeling each other out with some good basic wrestling. After a stalemate, Maxx Burton interjected himself by tripping up Gina. This allowed Alex to go after the rookie Amber.
Gina would get Alex in the corner and nail a clothesline. Alex would evade from the ring again which allowed Amber to take control on Gina Marie.
Amber locked in a seated hammerlock hold on Gina, when Alex broke it up and hit "Faded Glory" and went for a cover. Gina Marie broke the count and hit a DDT on Alexzandra. This time Amber
broke the count and hit a snap suplex on Gina Marie.
Alex broke this pinfall attempt. She draped Gina over the bottom rope, which gave Burton a chance to choke her.
Amber and Alex went back and forth while Gina climbed the turnbuckle for a dive onto Max Burton. Gina slipped, however, and fell hard to the arena floor.
Alexzandra, distracted by what happened on
the outside of the ring, was rolled up by Amber, who was unaware of what happened outside the ring, and the referee counted 3. Amber is the new SAW Women's Champion!
Gina Marie was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was diagnosed with a severly bruised tailbone. Thankfully, that was the only major
Alexzandra Heiress's 5-month title reign has ended and she is looking forward to taking time off.
Amber, on the other hand, is looking forward to defending her new title on November 6 in St. Albans, Vermont!
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Source: Joey LaRocque, Alexzandra Heiress' Yahoo! Group
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