Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) is an American, New Jersey based independent professional wrestling promotion which held its first event on March 3, 2007. Shows combine wrestling interspersed with both serious and comedic storylines. The company tapes two DVDs worth of material during weekend shows. Although many of the shows are promoted solely by WSU, they have also worked with National Wrestling Superstars.
Along with ChickFight and Shimmer Women Athletes, WSU is considered one of the top women's wrestling organizations in the United States. The company claims to be "the leader in women's wrestling in the northeast" and to promote more cards than any other women's wrestling company in the country.
Many members of the WSU roster have previously gained fame in other promotions, and their history has been worked into storylines. Tammy Lynn Sytch, who feuded with Dawn Marie Psaltis in Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1998, resumed their rivalry in 2008 when they were brought together on a WSU card.
As of October 2009, the promotion has a working agreement with Dragon Gate USA.
Writing for Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Joe Babinsack stated that WSU offers a deep talent roster "without all the typical WWE related nonsense". He claimed that a match between Awesome Kong and Amy Lee had almost unsurpassed "inherent potential and deliverance". In June 2009, Online World of Wrestling columnist Brad Dykens congratulated the promotion on their consistent "quality product".
In 2010, WSU launched the UNCENSORED television series that airs on The Fight Network in Canada and online at InASecTV.com. Each episode is 10–15 minutes in length and features profiles and exclusive interviews with WSU wrestlers.
- Event history - Women Superstars Uncensored's event history.