The Journey

Socially Awkward Beginnings

Now, this is the story all about how
My life got flipped-turned upside down
And I’d like to take a minute
Just sit right there…

*sheepishly shakes hands while knowing you’re silently judging her*

Yea, so now that we got that socially awkward introduction out of the way (and possibly that song stuck in your head)… To the meat of it!

Ever since I was 15 years old, I have always wanted to become a police officer. In December of 2014, I finally got the opportunity to fulfill that hope. I successfully graduated the police academy in May 2015, and began what I thought would be a long career in law enforcement.

PD Swearing In Ceremony

And then it wasn’t.

In April of 2016, I left the police force to pursue a dream of becoming a pro wrestler at 28 years old. I joined The World Famous Monster Factory in Paulsboro, NJ, and have been wrestling and training under the tutelage of Danny Cage and Damien “Punishment” Martinez  ever since.

Over the last year, my life has completely changed from what I envisioned as a 15 year old. My first appearance on a wrestling show was in November 2016 as the first ever female entrant into The MFPW’s annual Turkey Slam (similar to the Royal Rumble). I had my singles debut match at The MFPW the following month against one of my best friends and wrestling sisters, Gabby Ortiz.

MFPW Turkey Slam 2016
Debut Match Vs Gabby Ortiz

Since then, I have had the opportunity to wrestle as the “Gladiator of the Geeks” at The MFPW, Sanctuary, The 2300 Arena (previously known as The ECW Arena), and a couple of Ring of Honor/Women of Honor/Stardom try-outs. I have met some pretty amazing wrestlers, trained with some of the best minds in the business, failed often and awesomely, and am learning every step of the way.

Seminar w/ Les Thatcher, Matt Wichlinski, & Bill Demott
Women of Honor/Stardom Camp
Me & Ruby Raze Vs Renee Michelle & Gabby Ortiz at 2300 Arena (Formerly Historic ECW Arena)

Since I have this website so conveniently set up, I decided that I could use this space to document my journey: the training, the shows, the exercise, the travel, the ups and the downs.

Stay tuned.

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