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Maria Kanellis Confirms Next Women’s Wrestling Army Taping; 10 Episodes Will Be Filmed

Maria Kanellis reveals big news about Women’s Wrestling Army’s future.

Women’s Wrestling Army owner Maria Kanellis was a guest on Friday’s episode of Busted Open Radio with Dave LeGreca and Thunder Rosa to discuss a wide variety of subjects. During the “Gabby AF” segment with Gabby LaSpisa, Kanellis announced the next two-day television taping for Women’s Wrestling Army and revealed that they will be taping ten episodes over two days this November in Chicago at the Berwyn Eagles Club.

“We have some incredible news,” Maria Kanellis began. “So Women’s Wrestling Army started in May of this year, and we’ve done a couple of tapings, and we haven’t announced our next taping yet, but I thought this would be the perfect time to announce that we’re doing another taping in Chicago at the Berwyn Eagles Club on November 4 and 5, so we’re gonna be taping actually ten episodes of TV.

“It’s so jam-packed, but also so good because everybody gets to come in. We have a ton of women that are going to be at the show, somewhere between 25 and 30. But at the same time, we keep our tapings very tight. So about three hours you come to the show, it’s three hours, and it is just like hard-hitting awesome wrestling. So it’s going to be ten episodes over two days. So five episodes each day.”

Ticket information wasn’t announced during the segment.

Kanellis had one more announcement, as she revealed that LaSpisa will also be joining the promotion as a backstage interviewer. LaSpisa’s first event will be on November 4 and 5 in Chicago.

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What do you make of this news for Women’s Wrestling Army? Are you excited about how much content is being filmed for the promotion? Let us know your thoughts by sounding off in the comments section below.

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