Friday, April 19, 2024
Editorial*Exclusive* Indy Circuit Spotlight….Sera Feeny

*Exclusive* Indy Circuit Spotlight….Sera Feeny



Sera Feeny is an independent wrestler who has wrestled for many different promotions
over the years. She made her in ring debut on August 28th 2010 as she took on
Brittany Force at LVW in Allentown, PA. Sera
was involved in various sports growing up including softball, gymnastics, and
karate. Growing up a lifelong wrestling fan, she had dreams of one day becoming
professional wrestler. At the age of 19 Sera began training with Pittsburgh IWC
Iron City Wrestling Academy where she was trained by Super Hentai and Marshall

Feeny is known
for being one of the businesses hardest workers inside and
outside of the wrestling ring. This reputation has solidified her place in the industry
and helped her form a friendly following called the #FeenyArmy. She has
aspirations to travel all over the world to wrestle, and hopes to inspire
others to chase their dreams.

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 Sera 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?

When I was
about 18 years old I contacted the International Wrestling Cartel (IWC) here in
Pittsburgh, PA. I was invited to attend their show (my first Indy show) and
help with the ring crew. That next summer I attended a try out and began training
June of 2009. I was 19 years old.

* What federations have you work for along the way?

I have worked
for promotions in…Pennsylvania: IWC, FSW, LVW, PWR, RWA, BTW, CWF, Madmar,
GPWW. Virginia: BDW, KYDA, Ohio: Firestorm, AIW, IWIW, IWA, Magnum, MOVCW,
FTW…Maryland: ACW Delaware: 1CW

Also, within
this next year I have several debuts scheduled in those states, as well as
Michigan, Tennessee, Georgia, and hopefully a few others!

* How could you explain the life on an independent wrestler?

Life as an
independent wrestling is nothing short of fulfilling. As a lifelong wrestling
fan I dreamt my whole childhood of being able to perform the way my heroes
growing up did. I watched superstars like Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Trish
Stratus, Lita, and being able to be a professional wrestler was all I ever wanted
to become.

Now that I am
a professional wrestler I have met so many little girls and boys who too want
to grow up to be a professional wrestler. I tell them, stay in school and
follow your dreams. I followed my dreams, but I am still in school too! I look
forward to seeing those kids down the road one day, and seeing them keep this
dream alive.

* Do you pay attention to other federations or follow other wrestlers?

I tune in to
WWE regularly. However, I am connected to a lot of Indy companies through social
media, so I keep up with things that way. Also, I reach out to my friends often
and check on their progress. It’s good to build a network where you can bounce
ideas or work off of each other.

* What would
be your dream match?

When I am
asked this I usually always say it would be against Natalya Neidhart, however,
truly my dream match would be any match I am able to have inside a WWE ring.
That was my dream growing up which has lead me to this wonderful career, so it
would only be a fitting answer.

* What would you say is your greatest accomplishment in the sport of
professional wrestling?

My biggest
accomplishment is being able to inspire others. Whether its children or adults,
being able to inspire them to chase their dreams just as I have chased (and continue
chasing) mine would be the biggest reward I could receive.

* What is your
most memorable match?

I have had a
long running feud with (in my opinon) two of the greatest women on the Indy
scene which are Jessie Belle, and Kacee Carlisle. I have great respect for both
of these women and what they can do in the ring. Both have taught me so much
about not just the business of professional wrestling, but about myself. Jessie
and Kacee bring out the best of me in the ring and that allows me to grow as a

* Who are/were some your favorite wrestlers and why?

My all-time
favorite will always be Shawn Michaels, he is my idol. Growing up I enjoyed
watching matches of: Ken Shamrock, Trish Stratus, Lita, Beth Phoenix, Rey
Mysterio, HHH, The Undertaker, etc. Nowadays I watch wrestling a little
differently than I did 15 years ago, as now I much more enjoy seeing technical
wrestling and good psychology matches whether it’s on TV or at an Indy show.

* What needs
to be accomplished in your eyes to be able to look back and call your career a
success when it’s all over?

In my mind, I
am already a success. I am living my dream. How many people can say they lived
their childhood dream? I am able to do something I love and share it with new
people all the time. I love traveling and going to new places, I love talking
to fans and hearing what they enjoy about wrestling, or their dreams of one day
wrestling. As a wrestling fan myself I know, there is nothing in the world like
the world of professional wrestling. It is an amazing blessing to be able to be
a part of. It is who I am.

***Hopefully you enjoyed this interview and learned some
new and interesting things about Sera Feeny. I would like to personally thank
Sera for taking the time to share with me her stories so I could share them with
all of you. For more info on Sera she is available on
social media at Twitter/Facebook/Instagram @SeraFeeny, and you can watch some
of her matches on YouTube at is a preview……

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