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Candy Lee beats Dark Sheik and Edith Surreal in the first all-trans-femme main event in pro wrestling history


(L to R) Dark Sheik, Candy Lee, Crystal and Edith Surreal are honored after the first all-trans-femme main event in pro wrestling history. The Grand Prize championship, the highest honor attainable at the ballroom-meets-pro-wrestling event “Paris Is Bumping”, changed hands twice Saturday as part of a historic closing night at Pro Wrestling VIBE’s “Pride & VIBE Weekend” festival.

The third edition of PIB lived up to its “The Legends Ball” subtitle as the first title change came early in the night when Dark Sheik challenged inaugural champion Darius Carter. Carter entered the match just one day after defeating PIB creator Billy Dixon at “Cassandro Cup II,” sending him into retirement.

Sheik invoked both Dixon’s name and that of Mariah Moreno , who retired just days before her scheduled main event match at Saturday’s festivities, and avenged both of them, claiming the obscenely large Grand Prize championship trophy in the process. Dark Sheik and Darius Carter battle for the Grand Prize championship After being inducted into the LGBTQ pro wrestling hall of fame — Paris Honors — later that night, Dark Sheik carried the championship into the first all-trans-femme main event in pro wrestling history. With the trophy on the line, Sheik, […]

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