Indie Spotlight: Ava Everett
Ava Everett is still in her rookie years as a professional wrestler but she is already making a name for herself. Everett is a New England-based wrestler who trained under the incomparable Brian Fury at New England Pro Wrestling Academy.
She is one-half of the Platinum Hunnies alongside Angel Sinclair, a team that has held several tag team championships on the indie circuit. Everett is also a talented singles wrestler who has wrestled for Beyond, Women Superstars Uncensored, Chaotic, and Combat Zone Wrestling, to name a few.
Who is Ava Everett?
Birthplace: Gardner, MA
Trained: New England Pro Wrestling Academy FKA The Chaotic Training Center and Killer Kowalski’s School of Professional Wrestling under the tutelage of Brian Fury.
When she started watching pro wrestling:
“I watched pro wrestling very early during the Attitude Era and I hated it. I started watching again during the women’s revolution around 2016 and fell in love with how empowered these women were.”
When she made the decision to start training?
“I decided to become a wrestler after watching women like Sasha Banks, Charlotte, and Becky Lynch, who were showing everyone they could perform to the caliber of men on a nationwide stage. I have a theater background and played sports my entire life so it seemed like something I would want to try and I fell in love. ”
Inspirations in the ring:
“Undertaker, Mickie James.”
Her in-ring style:
“I don’t have a particular style, but I love to have fun and be comic relief. Even though I’m small, chokeslam.”
Favorite match to date:
“My favorite match to date was Cage of Death 2019, where myself and Anthony Greene wrestled Alex Reynolds and Smart Mark Sterling. It was a very personal experience with wrestling and a goal I had always wanted to achieve.”
Favorite opponent to date:
“I’ve been very fortunate to work with some of the top professional wrestlers to date. I’d love to work girls like Jody Threat, Leyla Hirsch, and The Sea Stars. ”
“I would love to be able to make a living solely off of wrestling whatever that would entail. “
“I can be found on Social media (Twitter/Instagram) at @AvaEverett_ and have a Facebook fan page if you search Ava Everett! “
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