The former owner of Women Superstars Uncensored has blasted the talent that had been on the shows – saying the starlets had no loyalty towards him which in turn made creating storylines difficult.
RingBellesOnline reports that Drew Cordeiro, the now former WSU owner, posted on a message board frustrations he felt while booking talent.
“I felt like there was absolutely no loyalty from the wrestlers…” Cordeiro wrote on ZandigFans website. “Which made it EXTREMELY difficult to create any semblance of continuity from show to show.” Cordeiro also claims talents would have rather “stayed at home” than pick up a paycheck, and claimed others gave an impression they were doing him a favour by accepting bookings.
Cordeiro’s reign booking WSU saw several long-time WSU stars such as Alicia and Brittney Savage depart, jilted talents taking to Twitter and social media to vent on current booking, and wrestlers taking other bookings instead of WSU shows. Most notably Jessicka Havok (Now Havok in TNA) choose to work TNA’s 2014 Knockouts Knockdown PPV taping instead of honouring her title defence as WSU Champion – leading to her being stripped of the championship and “Banned” from WSU.
WSU is now owned by DJ Hyde and CZW (WSU has been running afternoon events prior to CZW shows for a while now), after being in part ownership with Cordeiro (of Beyond Wrestling) prior.