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Women of the 2021 PWI 500: #44 Trish Adora

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. Trish Adora, who … Continue reading Women of the 2021 PWI 500: #44 Trish Adora

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2021 PWI 500: Every Woman Ranked, A Historic Year

Earlier today, Pro Wrestling Illustrated released the digital version of their PWI 500 issue for 2021. This year, the women of the 2021 PWI 500 made sure this year’s ranking was a historical milestone for the publication, and for women’s wrestling, alike. Trish Adora, who ranked at #44, placed higher on the PWI 500 than any other woman before her did. The placement is not … Continue reading 2021 PWI 500: Every Woman Ranked, A Historic Year

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The Indie Hot Seat: Jordan Blade

Jordan Blade is a Virginia-based wrestler who has been blowing up the indie circuit since her debut in 2017. The love of wrestling began when Jordan started watching at the age of 12. A natural born athlete who excelled in basketball, karate and Ultimate Frisbee, to name a few sports, she began her journey into pro wrestling after graduating college. Some of the promotions Blade … Continue reading The Indie Hot Seat: Jordan Blade

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Trish Adora wins first-ever intergender Iron Match

Today, Trish Adora beat Tony Deppen with 2 falls to 1 to win the first-ever intergender Iron Match. Earlier this month, Deppen issued an open challenge for a historic match. Fans cried out for Adora to participate, and the match was booked. Presented by Pro Wrestling Illustrated and Beyond Wrestling, the match aired live on YouTube, free for fans. Independent Wrestling TV (IWTV) also helped … Continue reading Trish Adora wins first-ever intergender Iron Match

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Trish Adora Speaks on Protecting Her Energy and the Women’s GSI

Trish Adora, who is featured in a tournament on the upcoming Women’s Garden State Invitational 2020 from Synergy Wrestling, chatted with Warren Hayes of Bell To Belles for his YouTube channel “Mr. Warren Hayes” on her last year in wrestling, WWF’s Jacqueline, and protecting her energy as a Black woman in wrestling. During the interview, Adora cites WWF’s Jacqueline for inspiring her to become a … Continue reading Trish Adora Speaks on Protecting Her Energy and the Women’s GSI

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Trish Adora crowned the first Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Champion

Saturday, F1ght Club Pro Wrestling crowned the first-ever Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Wrestling Champion, Trish Adora. The is a moment that has been in the making for a year. Representation has become a hot topic in the entertainment industry and professional wrestling is no different. F1ght Club Pro Wrestling seeks to create an outlet for African American and LGBTQ+ wrestlers. Even more, the promotion helped to … Continue reading Trish Adora crowned the first Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Champion

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Trish Adora talks representation, GCW For The Culture and Japan

With praise from the likes of Big Swole, Trish Adora is quickly becoming one of the top African-American independent wrestlers. Recently, she sat down with Andrew Thompson of POST Wrestling to discuss the importance of representation, GCW’s upcoming show, and wrestling in Japan. “So, I think that representation is important because I received that gift. You know what I mean? When I was younger, I … Continue reading Trish Adora talks representation, GCW For The Culture and Japan