Growing up, I had a single mother and two younger siblings. My mother worked extremely hard, but most of the time my diet consisted of mostly junk food. This, combined with a lack of exercise, caused me to blow up to around 200 pounds by the time I was 13 years old. It was at that point that I began to want to become a professional wrestler, and I knew I had to make a change. For a solid year before I began training to wrestle, I studied different workout techniques and changed my eating habits, losing 50 pounds. Most of this was “baby fat”, and I wasn’t building any muscle. In retrospect, my eating habits went from one extreme to the other, and my workout techniques weren’t the best.
My coaches helped provide me with a more solid understanding of weight lifting, and I grew stronger than ever. Soon, I was throwing grown men over my head at the age of 16, and I LOVED it. I knew this was what I wanted to do with my life. My lifts increased steadily and I became one of the strongest female wrestlers in the world.
Almost 10 years later, I’ve grown a fanbase that shares in my love for picking people up and throwing them around!
Being in the gym consistently assists in making those throws look crisp and effortless, and there’s never a moment where I think “Can I lift this guy up?” because I know I absolutely can! In summation, if it weren’t for my love for the gym, my love for wrestling wouldn’t be able to exist and thrive the way it does today.
Birthdate: March 5, 1996
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 153 lbs
Austin, Texas, USA