Kaitlin Diemond is an up and coming wrestler who continues to give the independent scene a bright future. She is a singles wrestler out of Canada who has been trained by many high flyers, including the well known Super Crazy. Kaitlin is known as a student of the game and a grappler ahead of her time.
Diemond made her debut for NCW Femmes Fatales at Femmes Fatales XIII on October 26, 2013 as the announced replacement for the injured Xandra Bale as Leah Von Dutch’s tag team partner. This was just the beginning of her storied success. She has maintained an illustrious travel schedule in order to participate in several different events to show off her excellence in and outside of the ring. Kaitlin has the determination of a lion and stays relentless on her path to greatness.
By following the Independent Circuit and reading about the wrestlers and their storied careers, I am able to catch up with some of them and conduct an interview from time to time, which allows them to share with us their story. Recently I was able to catch up with Kaitlin and she was gracious enough to put a halt to her busy schedule to discuss his career, future, and accomplishments. This is what she had to say.
When did your pro wrestling career begin?
My professional wrestling career began when I began training at age 14, wrestling first match at 16.
What federations have you worked for along the way?
I’ve been extremely fortunate to have worked for many dozens of promotions across Canada, the US and Mexico. Some of the bigger ones include AAA, XMW, DTU, WSU, NCW Femmes Fatales, Smash Wrestling, ECCW and LCW.
How could you explain the life of an independent wrestler?
Life as an Indy wrestler is fantastic. I love my life and I couldn’t be any happier making the decision to do this.
Do you pay attention to other federations or follow other wrestlers?
In today’s world of technology, it’s really easy to follow other promotions and wrestlers via social media. I am always abreast of what is going on.
What would be your dream match?
My dream match would have to be against either Trish Stratus or Lita in their prime.
What is your most memorable match?
My most memorable match was my ladder match with Jody D’Milo. I’ve never been pushed so hard physically in the ring.
Who are/were some your favorite wrestlers and why?
My favorite wrestlers are Chris Jericho and Trish Stratus. There or so many great ones, but those two have always been my person favs.
What needs to be accomplished in your ¬eyes to be able to look back and call yo¬ur career a success when it’s all over?
Honestly, nothing. I can already call my career a success. I’ve made a living doing this, which not many people can say. I traveled all over this country and others. I’ve had fun.
***Hopefully you enjoyed this interview and learned some new and interesting things about Kaitlin Diemond. I would like to personally thank Kaitlin for taking the time to share with me her stories so I could share them with all of you. For more information you can follow Kaitlin on Twitter: @kaitlindiemond and on facebook.com/kaitlin.diemond.
***You catch her in action in the upcoming show versus Vanessa Kraven 23rd-30th for LCW in Newfoundland and Labrador.
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