Women of the 2021 PWI 500: #230 Laynie Luck

To celebrate a historical year for women’s wrestling, in collaboration with Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Bell To Belles interviewed over 20 women who have ranked on this year’s PWI 500 ranking, creating the “Women of the 2021 PWI 500” Interview Series. To empower women in wrestling even more, some of the interviews were conducted by the talented women who make up wrestling media.

Laynie Luck, who ranked #230 on the PWI 500, chats with Sam Leterna of Wrestle Tea on competing for Ring of Honor, Rok-C, the differences between company locker rooms, and more!

Laynie competed in the first-ever Women’s Division Wednesday event for Ring of Honor, this year. Sam asked Laynie to share her thoughts on the moment.

“No puns intended, but it was an ‘honor’, literally. Ring of Honor has always been a destination place for me. I actually did a dark match for them back in 2015, 2016 maybe, against Texas legend Jessica James. Just going from this dark match that no one’s ever [going to] get to see, and I still have my first paid envelope from them, to being on the first-ever Ring of Honor Women’s Division Wednesday, it was just huge. And such a huge goal of mine to check off the list.”

Watch the entire interview with Laynie Luck below!

Be sure to follow Laynie Luck on Twitter @LaynieLuck, and Sam Leterna on Twitter @SamLeterna.

Order the digital version, or pre-order the print edition, of the 2021 PWI 500 issue at pwi-online.com. Follow PWI on Twitter @OfficialPWI.

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