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#2 of the GERWECK.NET HOT 100 Women of Wrestling

Former TNA knockout Alissa Flash/Raisha Saeed (Cheerleader Melissa) is our runner up in the countdown of the hot 100 women of professional wrestling. After leaving TNA, Melissa toured both Mexico and Japan. On October 2, 2011, Melissa defeated Madison Eagles to capture the Shimmer championship.

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20 Responses

  1. seanyd.93 says:

    she beats natalya?

  2. MC Live says:

    No way. She is not number 2. It’s just not realistic

  3. ricky says:


  4. AJ Starr says:

    You don’t think it’s “realistic?”

    Too bad, she’s one of the most skilled and beautiful women wrestlers EVER.

    Sorry she’s not a silicone filled blonde!

  5. -J- says:

    um no way.

  6. fairfax says:

    Aj Starr for God Bless America’s sake on this fourth of July please shut the hell up! Of coarse she’s better looking than those beastly hairy Eskimos up in moosejaw or wherever the hell your moms basement is! However, she is NOT the second hottest woman in pro wrestling past present or future. But hell I know, your just sticking up for a friend right? I mean she’s in the business and you’ve “worked” the past three shows that your Mom promoted so you practically know her right!?!?! Note my sarcasm eh! FAIRFAX

  7. Bob Barker says:

    I’d like to point out all natural Madison Rayne at #79 on the list.

  8. Matthewhollie says:

    Well, she beat out Kelly Kelly and Eve. Alissa Flash will always be smokin’ hot to me.

  9. Rico Sauve says:

    Shes very hot in person

  10. theprincedann says:


    Madison Rayne was the single biggest injustice on the whole list.

  11. Walrus says:

    I’d like to shake your hand sir.

  12. AJ Starr says:

    Fairfax, grow up.

    You’re a mark behind a keyboard. Insulting me? Whoo… you sure accomplished something there, be sure to show me that Presidential medal you’ll be receiving for that post.

    By the way, if you’re going to do the same keyboard warrior BS that so many do…. PLEASE…. learn how your keyboard works! I’m sorry like so many others, you’re jealous of the Hall of Famers I’ve been around and spoken to, along with the others I’ve been in the ring with.

    You made an embarrassment of yourself there, too bad you won’t realize it.

  13. Ho Kogan says:

    @AJ Starr Nobody knows who the hell you are.

  14. Gene says:

    Aj Starr needs a serious attitude check. You’re just as big of a mark as us or you wouldn’t be here.

    Get over yourself.

    Damn Melissa is hawt!

  15. Matthew says:

    Cheerleader Melissa made the list but Alissa Flash & Raisha Saeed didn’t. WTH? =P

  16. fairfax says:

    Im sorry I failed my grammar homework professor Starr. I’ll be sure to work real hard. Maybe one day I’ll even have a column on this website speaking of my travels and experiences. That would be something! Hell I didn’t even know this thing was called a keyboard??? How is that pronounced? But I thank you for your kind words of encouragement and advice, you really think I could earn a medal???

    Reality check doofus. I’ve forgotten more about this business than you e dreamt of what the touch of a beautiful woman feels like. Tracey Smothers, Sabu, Tommy Dreamer, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, Abyss, Scott Steiner and Tommy Rich. Those are just a few of the names that I’ve worked with. I’ve been involved with the indy scene in central Ohio for the past 12 years. I’ve been involved with companies in Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Erie PA, and Lexington KY. I’ve worked with guys like Andy Douglas and Chris Sabin and Chris Harris before they got their breaks. I’ve worked with guys like Stan Lee and Bull Pain who’ve made careers out of stretching marks like you. Now I’m sure that in your mind “AJ STARR” is the end all be all but in the real world your a backyard mark who came up with a terrible gimmick. AJ STARR? oh unless that’s your shoot name? Haha I bet when you “work” your announced as being from Venice Beach too. If you want to match wit and wisdom with me little buddy you’d better set your alarm for a little earlier.

    Now go rub shoulders with those legends pal. And when we all see AJ Starr at Wrestlemania 32 or whatever year its gonna be that you make it we can all sit back and remember how Adam Fairfax shut you up and put you in your place. And who knows? Maybe I’ll mention it in my column. Haha MARK. YOU WANT HEAT??? start a fire.

  17. Agent_C says:

    Too bad you picked the absolute worst pic of her ever. She is fiiiiiiine.

  18. Melissa the Diva Killer-2012 says:

    it not about if she hot or not it about if she can get the job done in that ring which she can and her looks are a plus and she should be in WWE or TNA or ROH come on damn it wake up and sign you people the Money and ratings are look in right in the face!!! $$$$$$$$$$$ who in the hell wouldn’t buy a t shirt with that face on it she is hell of marketable!!! she would double U.S. title sales with her holding it fans will run to the Merch stand and sell them out!

  19. AJ Starr says:

    Yes, everyone I call a mark is suddenly bigger in the business than I am. I just searched everywhere for you, and didn’t find a single shred of information on 4 different search engines or Youtube.

    I’m the mark? Whoo… you know, for a guy who claims to be a wrestler, you sure are rather dense. YOU’RE the one insulting me with no credibility to back it up.

    You’re claiming to be this big shot who has been in the ring with countless guys from TV, yet there is no information or video to be found on you anywhere.

    Try again when you decide to back up your comments, and leave the petty BS remarks out of it. You’re not cutting a promo from your couch there, pal, and you’re doing an absolute horrid job of trying.

  20. fairfax says:

    Do you have a crush on me AJ? Googling me after the first date? I never said that I worked those guys wittle AJ. As a matter of fact in 2006 i shattered my right ankle. I had seven surgeries in two weeks, five of which where in the same week. I had a six inch long steal plate put in my leg. 10 screws. It was pretty bad. Not only was it crushed but it had been split open down to the bone. Each time they operated they had to cut it back open and then stitch or staple it shut. After the first week they sent me home to get better. Within a few days the wound got infected and developed MRCA. So back to the ER I went followed by another 10 days in a hospital bed. I didn’t take a step for 6 months. So needless to say anything physical for me i.e. working a match is out of the question.

    I broke in back in 1999 with Mark Stones Fire and Ice Wrestling. I did all sorts of odd jobs while at the same time producing FIW Wrestling. I started making the trips to KY each month to help produce Scotty Aces Nationwide Championship Wrestling. Worked for FIW and NCW for about 3 years? Swore off the business forever and stopped doing anything. Anything except being trained by DC “Terry Stelleto” Watson. Had some old business acquaintances contact me about coming in to work for the upstart Premier Wrestling Coalition. I worked a few shows for them while also taking bookings in the old CWA in Cleveland for Ashley an GMOE. Worked a few shows for JT Lightning as well. Started booking for PWC back home. We partnered up with a company out of cinci so I started making the trips down there monthly. We ran in the old motion nightclub that the HWA ran while a wwf developmental. Outdrew then as well I might add. Started a school with PWC in Newark OH. continued working for and booking for them until the accident.

    After the accident I didn’t do much of anything. I stayed in contact with a few guys. Then a week after my second stint in the hospital ran a revived PWC show to kick off weekly shows at a new venue in downtown Columbus. Partnered up with WAR Wrestling out of Lima for a short time. When PWC folded I started gathering investors and talent for what I envisioned to be Championship Wrestling from Ohio. We had some things fall through and my daughter had just been born so it never fully materialized. Three years ago I went to work for the oldest continually running Indy in the state, the IWA. Now I didn’t really put alot into the IWA gig and we both sort of fizzled on our agreement. But just recently I’ve been corresponding with the owner of the promotion, Tom Miller about possibly coming on as a full partner and running a few new towns for the IWA. Im considering it, strongly.

    As for information or footage of me on the internet, well im sorry to disappoint you. I have video footage of alot of the things I’ve done in my own private collection. Shows I’ve booked, commentated, ring announced and yes “worked”. Alot of what you see online in regards to the Indy’s especially is self promotion. Now if you had been around and we’d have had this argument 10 years ago there would certainly be more info out there. Fact of the matter is that I’ve stepped away from wrestling several times. I didn’t feel a need to maintain a gimmick MySpace or Facebook page. The companies I’ve done the most for dont exist anymore. I haven’t done anything physical since the accident back in 06.

    I promise you that i have nothing to gain about bragging or LYING about who I’ve met or worked with in this business. Half those guys are assholes. And the other half are there for a payday and don’t give two sh*ts about the local guys or the promotion. They’re working you if you think they do.

    I spent the better part of twenty four hours riding in the cargo space of an SUV to get to a show in the middle of nowhere to work or tape and edit all night for 6 dollars. And sometimes AJ I didn’t get paid at all. For the first 6 months I was in the business none of the boys talked to me, not a word. My point is that I’ve paid my dues and i have nothing to prove to you. Or to anyone else for that matter.

    My problem with you is that you come in here and claim to be in the business and blah blah blah and you insult everyone and call everyone marks. You might be best friends with the entire hall of fame class of 2011 but there’s a huge difference between you and your HOF buddies. Its respect. You dont show respect for anyone or for this business. If your trained and your wise to the inner workings why in the hell di you even troll these boards commenting and demeaning people? I don’t see any other “workers” come here and do it. I dont see any other “workers” come here and and try and use this site as a means to put themselves over on fans?!?!?! Its asinine and so are you pal. Say what you want about me. Don’t believe me. I could care less my man. But if you are trained and you do work do and you are a part of this business then show it the proper respect it deserves. Were all fans here. Just my take on things, fairfax.

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