WWF Tag Champions Glamour Girls
Wrestling Name: Leilani Kai Real Name: Patti Schroeder Height: 5ft 7"
TITLES: WWF Women’s World Title: defeating Wendi Richter on February 18th, 1985 and loosing the title at Wrestlemania I to Wendi Richter on March 31st 1985.
WWF Women’s Tag Team title w/Judy Martin: (2 time winners,) The first tag team title win came from defeating Velvet McIntyre & Desiree Petersen in 1985. The Glamour Girls lost the titles on January 24th, 1988 in some of the most exciting wrestling in the WWF with the introduction of Joshi Puroresu primarily in the form of the Japanese sensations The Jumping Bomb Angels (Itsuki Yamazaki & Noriyo Tateno.) The Glamour Girls sought their revenge on the Jumping Bomb Angels for a second title reign on June 8th, 1988 in Ohmiya, JAPAN. The Glamour Girls held the titles until they were abandoned in 1989.
All Pacific Women's title: Defeated Chigusa Nagayo August 21st 1986 in Tokyo Japan, Lost the title to Chigusa Nagayo on April 27th 1987 in Osaka, Japan.
LPWA Tag Team titles with Judy Martin: Defeated Misty Blue & Heidi Lee Morgan (Team America) on February 2nd, 1991 and held till the titles were abandoned when LPWA closed.
NWA Mid-Atlantic Ladies title: Defeated Strawberry Fields in a tournament final to become the first champion on February 2nd 2000 in Denver, NC. Leilani lost the title in a rematch with Strawberry Fields a month later in KUWAIT, before regaining the title in Okinawa, JAPAN in April. Strawberry Field was to regain the title off Leilani one more time before she had to retire due to a back injury. Leilani was awarded the title due to Strawberry Field’s inability to defend it.
NWA Woman's title: 2003.
Real Name: Judith Hardee Height: Weight: Debut: 1985 Titles: 2 time WWF Women's Tag Team Champion (with Leilani Kai), AJW NWA International Tag Team title, AJW (All Japan Women) All Pacific Champion, LPWA Tag Team Champion, LMLW Tag Team Champion, PGWA Champion.
The Glamour girls were the perfect heel team to feud with the popular Japanese imports "The Jumping Bomb Angels" as their power moves were the perfect counterattack to the aerial arsenal that "The Jumping Bomb Angels" displayed; the likes of which had not been seen in the USA before.
At the Survivor Series on November 26, 1987 at Richfield Coliseum Richfield, Ohio The Glamour Girls competed in a 10 women survivor match. The eventual survivors were the Japanese tag team “Jumping Bomb Angel’s” who were revolutionary for their time and brought with them to the WWF an aerial and counter-maneuver attack unseen in the United States before. Judy Martin was one of the pivotal wrestlers in this match firstly by eliminating Legend The Fabulous Moolah and then being the last to eliminated making the Jumping Bomb Angels the final survivors. The Elimination order was: Velvet McIntyre pins Donna Christanello at 1:57, Rockin’ Robin pins Dawn Marie at 4:1, Sherri Martel pins Rockin’ Robin at 6:49, Judy Martin pins Moolah at 10:53, Velvet McIntyre pins Sherri Martel at 14:54, Lelani Kai pins Velvet McIntyre at 17:20, Noriyoi Tateno pins Lelani Kai at 18:35 and finally Itsuki Yamazaki pins Judy Martin at 20:14. The quality of this match fueled a Women’s Tag Title shot at the Royal Rumble between The Glamour Girls and Jumping Bomb Angels.
At the Royal Rumble on January 24, 1988 in Hamilton, ON "The Jumping Bomb Angels" beat "The Glamour Girls" Lelani Kai & Judy Martin (15:00) in three falls to win the WWF Women's Tag Team Title. Judy Martin received the first pin when she pinned Yamazaki at the 7 minute mark. Yamazaki however struck back quickly and evened the core by pinning Leilani Kai within the next 3 minutes. Tateno secured the win on this occasion when she pinned Judy Martin at 15 minutes to take out the tag team titles.
The Glamour Girls would seek their revenge on The Jumping Bomb Angels in Japan where women's wrestling was going through an incredible serge in popularity fueled by the pop star / wrestling duo "The Crush Girls".
On their return to the USA without other tag teams of the caliber of the Jumping Bomb Angels to challenge them the WWF women's tag titles were fazed out and both Judy Martin and Leilani Kai returned to singles competition.
For Judy Martin this meant competing for the WWF Women's Championship. In 1989 she wrestled Rockin' Robin at the Royal Rumble to 16minute defeat. Judy Martin continued to pursue the title until it was fazed out.
Despite the set back Judy Martin continued to forge ahead in singles competition by joining the AWA where she challenged Wendi Richter for the title and then after Wendi left the AWA competed against Candi Divine for the vacant title.
Judy Martin was the first person in America to use the Powerbomb, using it long before any of the male wrestlers of the WWF as a finisher when she competed in singles matches.