I Want To Inflict Pain.

The used to call Ohio "The Mother of Presidents", given the many Ohioans who rose to 
the White House.  Perhaps these days it's more appropriate to refer to the Buckeye 
State as "The Mother of Lady Wrestlers"...and one of the most exciting is a young 
newcomer who's already made an impact on the PGWA, Elizabeth 
("or Ella, depending on my mood.").  It's our pleasure to introduce her now to 
fans worldwide!



    HEIGHT:       Five feet, eight inches

    WEIGHT:       One hundred thirty fivepounds

    HAIR:         Dark Brown

    HOMETOWN:     Cincinnati, Ohio

LADYSPORTS: Welcome to LadySports, Elizabeth.  When did you first get into the sport? 

ELIZABETH: About a year ago now.

LS: And who trained you?
E: Roger Ruffen.

LS: What was your biggest influence to become a wrestler?
E: Watching it with my dad growing up.

LS: How would you describe yourself in terms of attitude, personality, likes, dislikes, and strengths?
E: I do what I want when I want!

LS: What is your most marked characteristic as a wrestler?
E: I want to inflict pain on my opponent.

LS: Describe a typical day of training for you. What is most important in your workout?
E: I start with stretching, and then some cardio. Then I work on different holds and spots.

LS: How would you best describe your ring style?
E: Still defining my ring style at this point, but it's definitely grounded in 'Old School'.

LS: What sort of reactions do you get from people when they learn you are a wrestler?
E: They are surprised and ask to see pictures!

LS: And who has been your toughest opponent?
E: Nikki Victory is my most ANNOYING opponent. No matter how many times I beat her, she just can't seem to realize that I'm the better wrestler. But I'll keep beating her until I finally run her out of the sport.

LS: What is so special about this sport to you?
E: Growing up it was always my childhood dream. So now that I get to live it with other people whose childhood dream it was also to be a wrestler, is just really neat to me.

LS: What are your thoughts on women participating in the sport?
E: Women's wrestling has come a long way and will keep moving up.

LS: What would you do if you couldn't be in wrestling?
E: I would be an artist. I had a job drawing caricatures for four years.

LS: What is your personal motto?
E: If this was easy, everyone would do it.

LS: What would make you most happy in life?
E: Keep working hard to live my dream and see where it takes me.

LS: Thank you so much, Elizabeth.
E: Thank you!

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photos credits: Northern Wrestling Federation, T&T Wrestling Photos, Elizabeth