As you may well know, Canadian grappler Cat Power recently moved from Windsor, Ontario to Vancouver, BC – and as she’s kinda putting wrestling on the back-burner once again in order to focus on her new life, she requested a chance to come back on the site and talk about some of the people who have helped her in her career to date. A chance to close the book on one chapter of her life, if you like. We’d never turn down a request from Cat Power, so we duly obliged – the only thing is… Cat’s a talkative sort, so what was planned as maybe 20 minutes ended up clocking in at about 45 minutes. So, kick off your shoes, sit back in your comfy chair and let Cat Power update you on what she’s up to and lay out thanks to some of the trainers, bookers, opponents and friends who she’s met along the way.
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Did you know that Natalya competed for the WILD Championship at one time?
Don’t be confused – we’re not talking about the West Coast-based World Independent Ladies Division, which has Winter as its current titleholder – we’re on about the still-active Wrestling’s Independent Ladies Division, which is the name given to the women in Great Canadian Wrestling, which has promoted cards in southern Ontario since 2005.
Since the title was launched on November 18, 2006, it has seen wrestlers such as Cherry Bomb, Miss Danyah, April Hunter, Portia Perez and PJ Tyler (AKA Courtney Rush) hold the championship, and has seen female talent from across Canada wrestle for the promotion. The current champion is Gabriella Vanderpool, who defeated Anthony Darko (that’s right, a guy) to become the titleholder. It has reportedly helped to rejuvenate the division after a quiet period. (more…)