EVOLVE 85 Lineup Finalized With Women's Match, Catch Point Vs. High Flyers

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The lineups are now set for EVOLVE's first trip to the midwest with a pair of bouts announced for EVOLVE 85.

Your FloSlam subscription gets you access to the live eventon Sunday, EVOLVE 84 the day prior, replays, our upcoming slate of live events and our ever-growing archives of past events.

In a surprising turn, WWN officials announced Allysin Kay will meet Priscilla Kelly in a SHINE Showcase Match at the event in Livonia, Michigan.

Kay is a former holder of the TNA Knockouts Championship and has long been a regular in SHINE. This past weekend, she scored a big win over Chelsea Green at SHINE 42.

Kelly is an up and comer on the SHINE scene and has become a regular at EVOLVE events, recently forming an odd bond with 19-year-old phenom Austin Theory. She lost to Kiera Hogan at SHINE 42, but later in the night scored the pinfall in an impromptu six-woman tag match.

The other bout announced for the event features the EVOLVE tag team champions taking on their new rivals as Catch Point's Chris Dickinson and Jaka take on the "High Flyers" of Jason Kincaid and Austin Theory.

Kincaid and Theory teamed with Sammy Guevara at EVOLVE 81 to take on Dickinson, Jaka and Tracy Williams.

The contest is non-title but a chance for Kincaid and Theory to establish themselves as top contenders in the tag division.

Full card

  • ​​Zack Sabre Jr. (c) vs. Lio Rush for the EVOLVE Championship (if Sabre retains against Ethan Page at EVOLVE 84)
  • Matt Riddle (c) vs. Jeff Cobb for the WWN Championship (if Riddle retains against Kyle O'Reilly at EVOLVE 84)
  • Kyle O'Reilly vs. Tracy Williams
  • Donovan Dijak vs. Ethan Page
  • Keith Lee vs. Fred Yehi
  • Chris Dickinson & Jaka vs. Jason Kincaid & Austin Theory
  • Allysin Kay vs. Priscilla Kelly

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