Women of the 2021 PWI 500: #324 Davienne

Women of the 2021 PWI 500: #324 Davienne

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.


Davienne, who ranked #324 on the PWI 500, chats with guest interviewer Sam Leterna from WrestleTea on Chaotic Wrestling, being a standard-bearer, her love for fellow wrestler Becca, and more!

Davienne is the first woman to hold the Chaotic Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, having won it from JT Dunn. Sam asked Davienne how it felt winning that historic title.

“The moment was incredible,” stated Davienne. “I still tear up thinking about it. Chaotic is my home. It’s where I first started training, and I was the only girl for like six years. I trained by myself, well not by myself, but with only men. To see the progression that Chaotic has made, [where] the girls’ matches are not just a six-minute match before the main event anymore. The girls, and not just the girls, everybody who’s put in effort and the people want to buy a ticket to see, their spot on the card is valued. I have never felt so valued by a company, until now.”

Watch the entire interview with Davienne below!


Be sure to follow Davienne on Twitter @davienne__, 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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