DAVEFAN95 Posted January 9, 2017 Share Posted January 9, 2017 AAA Women of Wrestling Washington State Gymnasium, Washington. July 2002. Anne Stardust v Farrah Hesketh. Number One Contender Match for the AAA Femme Fatale Title http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag183/darragh2oo9/RRW/Farrah%20Hesketh_zpssps4u4yy.jpg [The biggest show of the year and I was in one of the many high profile match ups that made up the card. With Wanda Fish having beaten me just two months prior for the AAA Femme Fatale title and Fish facing Catherine. Quine in the main event, we needed to decide who would face the winner of that match. After a battle royal of 10 women scratching and clawing at each other to get the opportunity to become number one contender, it ended in a stalemate when I and Anne Stardust fell over the ropes and hit the floor consequentially. With a number one contender needing to be named, one on one match up was made as I took on Anne Stardust for the number one contendership, a match I was booked to win. You see earlier that year, myself and Wanda had an absolute amazing feud and tore the place down. Anne said she wanted to re-create that again and for us to do it all over again, it didn't turn out that way.] http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag183/darragh2oo9/RRW/Jim%20Lou%20Freebush_alt1_zpslnrywrvt.jpg Jim Lou Freebush: Stardust has Farrah grounded here. A neat head lock set in, but here comes Farrah. Elbows to the gut of Anne and off the ropes for Farrah. Jim Lou Freebush: She charges back at Anne here, BACK BODY DROP by Anne. Farrah goes over the top ropes and the ground below and she crashed and burned on the floor. Jim Lou Freebush: She landed on her knee here and it seems Farrah Hesketh.... is really, really hurt. http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag183/darragh2oo9/RRW/Farrah%20Hesketh_zpssps4u4yy.jpg [My knee was in serious pain. I couldn't put any pressure on it and when the ref ran out to check on me, I simply said "I'm badly hurt, we need to end this now" and Anne changed the booking on the fly so that I wouldn't get any more hurt than I already was. Anne dragged me into the ring, hit one big move and pinned me. I was okay with this, I knew I was hurt and seems this was for the number one contender slot, it seemed like the right idea to have me lose and recover over the next few months and then return. Little did I know, that wasn't going to happen.] The Next day. Washington Hospital, Washington. http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag183/darragh2oo9/RRW/Farrah%20Hesketh_zpssps4u4yy.jpg Doctor: So Miss Hesketh? Farrah: Farrah is fine. Doctor: Um, okay Farrah. So, we have your X-Rays from last night and it's not good news. Farrah: I expected as much. Doctor: I don't think you understand. I'm going to show you something. This is an X-Ray of a knee. Now this.. is your knee. Farrah: Oh... I see. Doctor: To be frank, your knee is completely shattered. Farrah: What's the prognosis? Doctor: It's going to be quite some time before you can walk again, you'll probably need a few surgeries, some fairly intense physiotherapy as well. It's going to be a bumpy road. Farrah: But if I do all that, my knee will heal? Doctor: Yes, you will walk again, maybe run if you're lucky. Farrah: But? Doctor: Look, Miss Hesketh, I know you are a professional wrestler but this looks to be the end of the road for you in that career. We can get your knee back working so you can walk and do some light exercise but you won't be able to put that much strain on your knee, and if you do, you'll won't be able to walk for the rest of your life. Farrah: So... I won't be able to wrestle? Doctor: I'm afraid not, I'm sorry Miss Hesketh. Later that day, AAA HQ, Washington. http://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag183/darragh2oo9/RRW/Farrah%20Hesketh_zpssps4u4yy.jpghttp://i1368.photobucket.com/albums/ag183/darragh2oo9/RRW/Anne%20Stardust_zps1w5skvmj.jpg Anne: You're retiring? Farrah: I have to. [Anne told me to report back to her as soon as I knew what was wrong and I did what I was told. She didn't seem as surprised as I'm making sound, she seemed to feign surprise more than anything.] Anne: Well, Farrah I must say this comes as a huge surprise. This isn't what I intended to happen... Farrah: Still, it happened. I'm retiring and that's it. I'm just going to have to go get a normal job. [That rubbed me the wrong way. She didn't care about what happened, she didn't even take responsibility. Whether she meant it or not, it was still her fault and she didn't apologise. My career was over and it was just another day for her, it ticked me off.] Anne: You still have a job here, Farrah. We need a colour commentator. You are more than able to do that. And if you'd prefer a more engagin role we could even get you in the ring in a referee shirt. Farrah: Yeah, cause that's what I want right now. Anne: Well, what do you want? Farrah: I'll take the colour job. Not much more I can do now anyway. Anne: Good. [she nodded her head back to her notes and I left, without a goodbye, or a sorry or anything. That was the day Anne and I started to have a problem, it wasn't the injury, it was the lack of responsibility for it. It started with a spark and time would only add fuel to the fire.] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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