— Former TNA Knockout Sarita and ex-WWE Diva Serena Deeb appeared
on CTV Atlantic’s morning show today promoting Beauty Slammers, the first
all-female professional travelling wrestling circuit in Atlantic Canada. The
tour, which is currently being held in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, marks as a
return for Sarita to her native land as she began her wrestling career in the
region twelve years ago under such names as Sweet Sarah and Sarah Griffin.
During the interview, she offered advice to those interested in pursuing a
career in the professional wrestling industry.
“There are a lot of different wrestling schools. The
important thing is to find someone that has done something themselves in the
wrestling business and get in touch with a good school, start training, and as
soon as possible, start traveling,” stated Sarita. “I think
that’s the most important thing: travel as much as you can, get experience in as
many different places as possible.”
Deeb began her career in similar fashion nine years ago as she
gained as much experience as she could on the independent circuit and ultimately
landed a contract with a national promotion in WWE in 2009.
“I started watching wrestling when I was about 11. I had
a dream from a very young age and I started pursuing it as soon as I
could,” Deeb said recalling her start in wrestling. “Like
turned 18, I moved away from home, I started pursuing it and it’s been a wild,
— Shelly Martinez will reunite with former Latin American Xchange
mates Hernandez and Homicide at the 3rd Annual WrestleCade event taking place in
Winston-Salem, North Carolina on Saturday, November 29 at the Benton Convention
Center. Event details are available here.
Martinez will also make her debut for Combat Zone Wrestling on May
10 at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey. She will also be competing
earlier in the day at the WSU Queen + King of the Ring Tournament with JT Dunn.
Details on both events are available here.