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The first all-women's pay-per-view... happened 26 years ago?

posted Oct 28, 2018, 7:31 PM by Wrestling Scout

In 1989, the LPWA (Ladies' Professional Wrestling Association) was formed by Tor Berg.  It was essentially the successor to GLOW, but opted for a more serious approach.  In 1992, they held their first pay-per-view event and the first all-women's pro-wrestling pay-per-view event.  The WWE's Evolution show, while it will have more eyeballs watching and a bigger house in attendance, is not, despite what they say, the first all-women's pay-per-view.

1. Susan Green vs. Denise Storm
2. Reggie Bennett vs. Yukari Osawa
3. Eagle Sawai** vs. Midori Saito
4. Harley Saito vs. Mizuki Endo
5. Miki Handa & Mami Kitamura vs. Allison Royal and Lisa Starr
6. Shinobu Kandori vs. Desiree Petersen
7. Denise Storm vs. Reggie Bennett
9. Rockin' Robin vs. Black Venus
10. Lelani Kai & Judy Martin vs. Bambi & Malia Hosaka
11. Harley Saito vs. Denise Storm
12. Terri Power (Tori) defeated Lady X (Peggy Lee Leather)