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This article is about a professional wrestler. For the actress, see Melissa Sue Anderson. For the soap opera character, see Melissa Anderson (Days of our Lives).
Cheerleader Melissa
Ring name(s) Cheerleader Melissa
Angelica
Melissa Anderson
Raisha Saeed
Alissa Flash
Billed height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)[1][2]
Billed weight 142 lb (64 kg; 10.1 st)[1][2]
Born August 17, 1982 (1982-08-17) (age 27)
Los Angeles, California
Billed from Damascus, Syria(as Saeed)
Los Angeles, California
San Francisco, California
Trained by Christopher Daniels[2]
Billy Anderson[2]
Robert Thompson[3]
Bryan Danielson[3]
Mariko Yoshida[4]
Debut August 17, 1999[2]

Melissa Marie Anderson (born August 17, 1982), better known by her ring name Cheerleader Melissa, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling where she works as Alissa Flash.

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Early life

Melissa is one of the few second-generation female wrestlers. Her father, Doug Anderson, wrestled professionally before her in the early 1980s. Growing up she became a fan of her father's work and also showed her own flair for sports, particularly soccer as well as joining Palmdale High School's athletics and amateur wrestling team as one of only four girls.[2][4] While only 15, she had already become involved in the wrestling business, travelling to San Bernardino frequently to train in and work for the wrestling school of Billy Anderson, her father's former tag team partner, as well as involving herself in the running of things and before long she made her debut front of stage.[4] Despite touring so young, Anderson still studied and gained her high school diploma largely through the help of e-mailing teachers; she also credits the internet for helping her become famous while only wrestling in front of small crowds.[2]

Professional wrestling career

Training

While training at Billy Anderson's school, she met the Ballard Brothers (Shannon and Shane) who were using the gimmick of hockey players, similar to the Hanson Twins from Slap Shot. They were looking for a valet and due to their sporting gimmick, Anderson took on the role of a heel and the gimmick of a cheerleader, despite them not playing a part in ice hockey. They toured the West Coast, mostly appearing with All Pro Wrestling (APW) where she would interfere in matches, often using high-flying moves.[2] As Cheerleader Melissa she also received training from Christopher Daniels for a short period of time before moving on to APW where she trained under the tutelage of Robert Thompson and "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson.[3]

After gaining experience from ring side, Cheerleader Melissa eventually had her first proper match on her 17th birthday against Lexie Fyfe in a losing effort at an outdoor carnival event.[5] In 2001 she entered into Ultimate Pro Wrestling and lost a tag team match alongside Looney Lane which led to a feud between the two. The first loss in the tag team match would be her only one with the company as she went on to win a grudge match between the two followed by a succession of mixed tag matches, first with Shannon Ballard and then alongside both Ballard Brothers, beating Lane and Frankie Kazarian in the mixed tag match as well as Nova in the final six-person intergender tag match.[6] The following year, in the Summer of 2002, Melissa was personally invited to wrestle and train for three months in Japan for the now-defunct promotion ARSION. She was selected alongside Taylor Matheny who had recently received exposure in World Wrestling Entertainment's Tough Enough programme and thus Anderson received much internet attention by association.[2] Among the rigorous training schedule she wrestled what she claims to be some of her favourite matches, particularly a 15-minute draw against Rie Tamada and her loss to Mariko Yoshida.[5] Also as a present for her 20th birthday, which she celebrated out there, she was allowed to tag team with veteran female wrestler Lioness Aska.[2]

ChickFight

Tournaments (2004-2007)

After Melissa returned from Japan, her days of being a valet were over and Melissa became a full time wrestler. Moving on from her pre-Japan feud with Nikki, she continued to wrestle for APW winning its Above The Law Championship from Robert Thompson in July 2004. Under her reign it was renamed the Future Legends Championship, the title under which she lost it to Daizee Haze the following year before winning it back and retiring the belt.[7] In October, APW associated itself with the newly formed, all-female tournament-cum-promotion ChickFight (CF). In the first event, staged under the APW banner for their Halloween Hell weekend, Melissa made it through two rounds only to be defeated in a steel cage match for the final round by luchadora Princess Sugey.[8] She would become a staple of ChickFight, appearing at the first ten of their major events, missing the eleventh event due to injury sustained less than a week before the show;[9] she is scheduled to appear at the next event under her Raisha Saeed character.[10] She made the final in the first two tournaments but exited the third in the first round after a double disqualification during a match with former rival Nikki, now under her better known name Sara Del Rey. Melissa won ChickFight V tournament, beating Jazz in the final[8] and also went on to win ChickFight VII: The UK vs The USA tournament when it moved from the United States over to the United Kingdom pinning "The Jezebel" Eden Black in the last match. However, the focus of ChickFight VII was on the controversial ending to her first match that saw Sweet Saraya's head hung in the ropes, Melissa continued to assault her despite being trapped until the referee ended the match and Saraya was stretchered from ringside. As Melissa celebrated her tournament victory Saraya reappeared and threatened Melissa.[11][12] The feud was cut short during a pre-match brawl for Real Quality Wrestling (RQW) in June that saw the two brawl both in and outside of the building and ended with Melissa winning shortly after Saraya was thrown on an already utilised aluminium can, tearing through her ligament and leaving her hospitalised.[13] She was forced to forfeit her ChickFight IX: Our Final Chance match the following day and would not wrestle again for six months.[14]

Feud with Wesna (2007-2009)

Melissa using the Kudo Driver on Wesna during their 45 minute draw

Meanwhile, Melissa had begun a new feud. She did not participate in the tournament at ChickFight VIII but instead had a rematch against Eden Black for the newly created Transatlantic Women's Championship which she won. Later in the show she successfully defended the title against Croatian wrestler Wesna Busic.[15] The two had met years previously when her internet celebrity saw her invited to German Stampede Wrestling to face Wesna in a losing effort at International Impact I.[16] After defending her Transatlantic Championship at ChickFight VII, their next CF meeting saw Wesna defend her RQW Women's Championship fought under ChickFight Rules (no disqualification and falls count anywhere) which saw the two go to a forty-five minute time limit draw. This left the two at 1-1 and so a decisive match was to be held at ChickFight X but this ended in controversy when Wesna claimed that her tap out was merely an attempt to grab the rope for a rope break; their rematch later that night saw Wesna pick up the victory leaving them drawn again at 2-2. CF XI was originally slated to be a two out of three falls match to find a decisive victory until Melissa pulled out due to injury.[9] Their feud was picked up the following year for Shimmer Women Athletes at Volume 23 in May 2009. The company preluded the match with a video package showing their matches in Europe and announced that the winner would go on to face the Shimmer Champion at a later event. Similar to their 45 minute draw, the two traded forearm shots and ended on their knees trading slaps but unlike that match there would be a winner this time. Towards the end of the bout, Annie Social came to the ring to distract Melissa allowing Wesna to use her CB4 Driver to pick up the victory.[17] Wesna lost her championship match at Volume 25 and, owing to the controversy of their previous match, Melissa wrestled Wesna again in Volume 26 in a Knockout/Submission match where Melissa picked up the victory, making them level once more.[18][19]

Shimmer Women Athletes (2005-present)

Melissa and MsChif had a lengthy rivalry with which turned into mutual respect with the two forming a tag team.

After the success of ChickFight, Dave Prazak and Allison Danger set up Shimmer Women Athletes, a promotion with ties to Prazak's Ring of Honor intending to raise the credibility of women's wrestling on an international scale.[20] As with CF, Melissa has been a staple of Shimmer and has appeared at all their events. Her first match with the promotion was for Volume 1 in a losing effort to MsChif, starting a wild feud between the two.[21] The loss saw Melissa demand a special attraction rematch - the match would be Shimmer's first hardcore match, fought under Falls Count Anywhere rules and helped Melissa gain the victory after nearly thirty minutes of wrestling at Volume 4.[22] MsChif took her revenge at Volume 5 by distracting Melissa during a match with Allison Danger, causing her to lose the match.[23] Naturally the rivalry was not abaited and their next match, main eventing Volume 6, was declared a Last Woman Standing Match to allow for both wrestlers to fight out their fury with MsChif eventually coming out on top.[23] Further interferences took an interesting turn at Volume 7 when Melissa came out during MsChif's match against Rain. However, before she could interfere, Rain's partner Lacey pushed her to the ground while trying to distract the referee in order to allow Rain to use an illegal weapon; an incensed Melissa fought back against Lacey in time for the referee to see the foreign object in the ring and declare MsChif the winner via disqualification.[24] After Melissa had won her main event match, Lacey and Rain (The Minnesota Home Wrecking Crew), ambushed her with a beat down until MsChif ran out, saving her nemesis before leaving her to celebrate the victory.[24] The Minnesota Home Wrecking Crew had threatened Melissa for involving herself in their plans against MsChif and similarly threatened MsChif for being in the way of ambushing Melissa and, after declaring themselves the best tag team in the world, demanded a match with the two for Volume 8 which became the penultimate bout of the evening. The Home Wrecking Crew's experience won out over MsChif and Melissa's fury when a double team maneuvre led to MsChif being pinned; after the match Melissa and MsChif shook hands as a sign of respect.[24]

The two would meet again three months later over the pond in RQW's 2007 No Pain, No Gain event challenging Eden Black for the RQW Women's Championship but both came up short.[25] The match served to build up interest for the aforementioned ChickFight VII: The UK vs The USA where Melissa would secure a victory against Black. She also beat MsChif in the semi-final.[12] At RQW's Taking On The World the three met again with MsChif and Black teaming up in a losing effort against Melissa and Black's nemesis Jetta.[26] This bout did not prevent the two from teaming up in Shimmer still, with Melissa getting a return victory from her debut match against The Experience (Lexie Fyfe and Malia Hosaka), though it was won with MsChif pinning Malia.[27] The team main evented Volume 17, taking on an erstwhile enemy of Melissa again in the form of Sara Del Rey, alongside her Dangerous Angels partner Allison Danger. This time it was Melissa making the pinfall after an Air Raid Crash[28] Despite these string of successes, the tag team did not compete during the Volume 21 tag team gauntlet for the Shimmer Tag Team Championship. The two have met again since in a match for the NWA World Women's Championship for Pro Wrestling Revolution where MsChif successfully defended the title.[29]

Melissa has a considerable record in Shimmer, winning fourteen of her twenty-two matches. However, in the tournament to crown the first Shimmer Champion, she lost in only the first round to Sarah Stock.[27] Her other two chances to fight for gold have been similarly unsuccessful, with her losing a staggered entry 21 woman battle royal and a Four Corners match, both for #1 Contendership. Melissa and Wesna faced each other for the fifth time on May 2, 2009, at the tapings of Volume 23. Annie Social interfered in the match and helped Wesna pick up the win turning her heel in the process. The following night, at the tapings of Volume 26, Melissa defeated Wesna via knockout in a "Knockout or Submission Match". On November 8, 2009, she continued her winning streak by defeating first Nicole Matthews as part of Volume 27 and then "The Rate Tank" Kellie Skater as part of Volume 28.[30]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

Raisha Saeed (2008-2009)

Anderson as Raisha Saeed (left), Awesome Kong's (right) manager

On the January 10 edition of TNA Impact! Melissa made her debut Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) debut as an unknown woman wearing a burqa,[31] later named Raisha Saeed and billed from Syria. She was in Awesome Kong's corner when Kong defeated Gail Kim to win the TNA Women's Knockout Championship.[31] her first pay-per-view appearance with the company was again in Kong's corner at Against All Odds, distracting Kong's opponent ODB to help her retain the Knockout Championship.[32] The situation with Gail Kim and ODB intensified, leading to Anderson's first as a competitor with the promotion. At TNA's all-steel cage event Lockdown, she and Awesome Kong took on Kim and ODB in a tag-team match where Anderson was pinned by Kim.[33] On the July 3, 2008 edition of Impact!, Saeed lost a match against newcomer Taylor Wilde which saw Wilde become number one contender for the Knockout Championship despite outside interference from Kong.[34] Wilde won the title and successfully defended it at Victory Road leading to Kong and Saeed attempting to attack Wilde post-match, however Abyss came out to intervene and stared down Awesome Kong. This led to Saeed slapping Abyss; Abyss responded by delivering a Black Hole Slam on Saeed.[35] In September her costume became a focal point for angles as Saeed became a more regular in-ring performer. On September 4's Impact! ODB pinned her and then chased her backstage, coming out later with the burqa. Awesome Kong hit ODB in the back of the head while Saeed ran to reclaim her attire, her face masked by her hair at the time.[36] Later that month Roxxi used a burqa to disguise herself as Saeed while Kong was facing newcomer Mercedes Steele. After the match Roxxi removed her disguise and attacked Kong with a steel chair, while Saeed appeared at the top of the entrance ramp bound in ropes (implying that she had been abducted by Roxxi prior to the match).[37] Kong took revenge, pinning Roxxi in a tag effort also involving Saeed and Wilde respectively[38] but Roxxi would make a return pin on Saeed in a singles match weeks later.[39]

The Kongtourage.

Kong and Saeed soon aligned themselves with exotic Knockout Rhaka Khan. On the November 6 edition of Impact! Khan substituted for Roxxi as Wilde's tag team partner against Kong and Saeed in a match commentator Mike Tenay described as Khan's last chance to prove herself. In the event Khan turned on Wilde during the match to help Kong make the pinfall[40] but her good luck was short lived as Kong and Saeed, with Khan in their corner, lost to Wilde and Roxxi in a tag team match at Turning Point.[41][42] Saeed lost to Christy Hemme on the November 27 edition of Impact!,[43] allowing her to challenge for Kong's belt at Final Resolution but Saeed caused a disqualification, giving Hemme the win but retaining the belt for Kong.[44][45] Through December Khan and Saeed were joined in their support for Kong by newcomer Sojourner Bolt; the group dubbed themselves the Kongtourage and took on ODB, Roxxi and Hemme in a losing effort during a Street Fight on January 15.[46] Hemme was scheduled for a rematch at Genesis however she suffered a legitimate injury prior to the match and the Kongtourage impromptu number one contender match was made at the pay-per-view with ODB picking up the victory, teaming to gain a future title shot.[47] The Kongtourage finally picked up a victory over ODB in a four-on-one handicap match on January 29's Impact!.[48] The Kongtourage rapidly fell into disarray, though, when Sojourner Bolt won a number one contender battle royal in early February[49] and a fortnight later Khan expressed her dissatisfaction with the group leading to a tag match that Khan and Bolt, who were being portrayed as fan favorites now, won.[50] Saeed's attempts to interfere in the Knockouts Championship match at Destination X were unsuccessful but Kong still managed to retain her title.[51] Kong would eventually drop the Title to Angelina Love at Lockdown 2009 when Love's manager Velvet Sky tied Kong's braids to the cage, with Saeed frantically trying to untie them to no success as Love pinned Taylor Wilde.[52]

After this loss, and with Kong unable to regain the championship, the team of Saeed and Kong were entered into the tournament to decide the inaugural Knockout Tag Team Champions. In the first round, the team beat The Main Event Mafia's team of Sharmell and Traci Brooks. Saeed scored the pin over Brooks, tagging herself in after Kong had done much of the work causing Kong to stare angrily at Saeed.[53] They were less successful in the following round, losing to the eventual tournament winning team of Taylor Wilde and Sarita.[54] After inadvertly costing Kong the Knockout title at Bound for Glory,[55] the two of them faced off on the October 22 edition of Impact! with Saeed now being referred to as a former manager. Kong won the match and afterwards Awesome Bombed her through the entrance stage.[56]

Alissa Flash (2009-present)

On the May 1, 2008 edition of Impact!, Anderson appeared as her signature Cheerleader Melissa gimmick and defeated Daisy Haze in a singles match that was billed as a "try-out" for both women. However, she reappeared as Saeed later that night.[57] At the May 26, 2009 Impact! taping, Anderson wrestled as "Future Legend" Melissa Anderson in a dark match where she was defeated by Awesome Kong.[58] Her television re-debut occurred on the July 16, 2009 edition of Impact! as she wrestled under the revised name of "Future Legend" Alissa Flash, losing to the debuting Sarita and attacking her afterwards.[59] Flash's losing streak continued in the first round of the Knockout Tag Team Championship tournament where she and Daffney lost to Sarita and Taylor Wilde.[60]

She picked up her first victory on the September 17 edition of Impact! by defeating Cody Deaner in an intergender Lumberjack match. The win, though, was largely due to interference from all the other Knockouts who were lumberjacks.[61] Frustrated at her lack of meaningful victories, Flash interrupted an interview with newcomer Hamada by voicing her frustration at the lack of fanfare her arrival in the company received in comparison to foreign Knockouts Sarita and Hamada. Flash then began to brawl with Hamada, throwing her down the bleachers of the empty arena.[62] The two met weeks later on the October 8 Impact! in an eight-woman elimination tag team match; when both were legal members in the ring they brawled out onto the floor until they were counted out and eliminated.[63] The following week on Super Impact! the two met in a Falls Count Anywhere match which Flash lost after taking a moonsault from Hamada through a table.[64] She finally scored an unassisted singles win on November 12 against Traci Brooks.[65]

Other promotions

As well as being a regular for APW, ChickFight, Shimmer and TNA Melissa continues to tour the independent circuit working for a number of different promotions. She has had two stints in the National Wrestling Alliance affiliate Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling. In her second run, during September 2005, she had a short feud with Nattie Neidhart, taking her on in a singles match where Neidhart won using her Sharpshooter after some interference from Belle Lovitz. Enraged by interference, Melissa formed an impromptu tag team with Tiffany, Girls Gone Wrestling, and pinned Nattie after an Air Raid Crash. The following day she lost a SuperGirls Championship match against the reigning Rebecca Knox due to some interference, this time from Scotty Mac. Girls Gone Wrestling teamed up again to take Mac and his partner Ladies Choice in a Men Vs Women tag match that Melissa won with a pin.[66]

Also in 2005 she wrestled at Givin Em The Bizness for Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South (IWA: Mid-South) in a six way elimination match for the NWA Midwest Women's Championship against champion Ariel as well as MsChif, Mickie Knuckles, Sara Del Rey and eventual winner Daizee Haze.[67] In March 2006 she wrestled a string of matches for Pure Wrestling Association winning their Elite Women's Championship in a match against 21st Century Fox and defending it successfully against her but losing it back to her in a three way match, also including Misty Haven.[68]

Melissa has participated in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) workouts with Ivory, Molly Holly, and Jazz.[2] She also had a tryout match on the May 26, 2006 edition of WWE Heat. Wrestling under her birth name, Melissa Anderson fell to a Widow's Peak by Victoria in Las Vegas, Nevada.[69]

On January 7, 2007, Melissa won Pro Wrestling World-1's inaugural Queen's Cup tournament. After beating Melissa Strips in the first round, she received a bye through to the final to face Allison Danger. During an autograph session, she attacked Danger to the point where she was said to not to be able to compete, though Danger fought through her injury. By winning, Melissa earned herself a number one contendership for the AWA World Women's Championship, a match she never competed in.[70]

In an attempt to build a strong women's division, Jersey All Pro Wrestling opened 2009 with January's Female Revolution. Under her Cheerleader gimmick, she beat Nikki Roxx and later appeared as Raisha Saeed also winning against Ariel. She appeared again in May losing a return match to Roxx but staying undefeated as Saeed against Daizee Haze.[71] She was scheduled for a rematch with Roxx on November 16 but after Roxx pulled out she defeated Hailey Hatred to earn a match against Sara Del Rey for the JAPW Women's Championship.[72] Melissa won the match by disqualification after Hatred interfered[72] leading to a no-disqualification Three Way match in January, 2010 at Back Where It All Began for the title in which Melissa was pinned by Del Rey.[73]

Personal life

Melissa's favorite opponents include Mariko Yoshida (who innovated the Air Raid Crash finishing move that Melissa herself also uses), Wesna, and Tiffany.[74] Melissa won Attack of the Show!'s' contest, "MySpace Girl of the Week", on September 6, 2006. She appeared on the show in person rather than the usual webcam format and went on to participate in later segments of the show.[75]

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
    • Future Legend (As Melissa Anderson and Alissa Flash)

Championships and accomplishments

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