This week IN THE ROOM, Brady Hicks, DJ, and Anthony Sarlo take a look at the past week in wrestling, including the release of Chavo Guerrero, more thoughts on Warrior/Hogan and TNA/Impact’s Bound for Glory and Destination-X tournaments, and the ROH and WSU i-ppvs. Thanks for the support!
- Tag Archives Women Superstars Uncensored
Join Pro Wrestling Illustrated contributing writer Brady Hicks, DJ, and special guest – and The VOC Nation’s own – AC Smooth as they welcome Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) Spirit Champion Sassy Stephanie IN THE ROOM for the first time. Check it out as Stephanie talks about her upcoming title defense against Rain, plus her participation in WSU’s Uncensored Rumble IV, live this Saturday, 6/25 from Union City, New Jersey and airing on GoFightLive! All that, plus, Stephanie’s thoughts on everyone from Mercedes Martinez to Jazz to TNA’s Madison Rayne. Check it out today … a must-listen for any indie wrestling fan. And special thanks to WSU for lending us their full support!
This week, independent star Alicia comes IN THE ROOM to talk about her upcoming Women Superstars Uncensored match with Nikki Roxx (TNA’s Roxxi). Plus, Brady Hicks, with DJ and Kevin McElvaney, talks TNA’s pay per view, Jeff Hardy, The Slammy’s, and what could be for Sting.
On Beginning Her Training at a Very Young Age:
I started wrestling when I was rather young. I started training at 13 and doing shows when i was 14. Things like my senior prom and other things kids were doing, wrestling always came first for me. Once you’re in it, you’re in it for life. It’s like an addiction when you’re in wrestling.
On Learning from Mercedes Martinez:
When I started Mercedes Martinez was a golden name. She was experienced, talented, and didn’t take crap from anybody. You need to bring your a game whenever you’re in the ring with her. I was scared to death of her. Even today, in 2010, I got to tell you, I’m still pretty intimidated by her. If I could have the same kind of athleticism and talent as her, I’d be pretty proud of myself.
On Comparing WSU to its More Mainstream Competition:
I think that a lot of the counterparts really focus on different aspects of women’s wrestling. WSU is based in the Northeast and there’s a different style of athleticism. There is really a good balance of all of the different types of women’s wrestling,rolled into one. You can’t know what you’re going to get here because it’s always going to be different … I really like that it’s just raw women’s wrestling.
On Wrestling “Hardcore”:
I’m really flexible. You’re just not going to see me going high flying. I’m actually a fan of that King of the Deathmatch stuff.
All that plus Alicia’s thoughts on wrestling Amy Lee, Mickie Knuckles, Nikki Roxx, and Angel Orsini.