Taeler Hendrix recently participated in a Q&A for rohwrestling.com. Here are some highlights from the Q&A….
On her wrestling debut:
“I made my professional wrestling debut in October of 2006. Since then, I have been consistently for almost 10 years with trainers such as Spike Dudley, Bob Evans, Rip Rogers, Scott D’Amore, and Truth Martini. My career has also been strongly influenced by Les Thatcher. As seen in my unique wrestling style, I also have a Martial Arts background in both Tae Kwon Do and Karate. I’ve been an athlete and played Varsity volleyball, softball, and track.”
On where all she’s wrestled:
“I have wrestled all over the United States and Canada. Additionally, I trained for a year at The Can-Am Wrestling School in Windsor, Ontario, Canada with Scott D’Amore.”
What motivated her to become a pro wrestler:
“Professional Wrestling was the culmination of everything I’ve ever wanted in a career! It was perfect. I’ve always been an athlete, always wanted to travel the world, I love acting, and performing in front of people, helping others. Wrestling had all of this. I couldn’t help but fall in love with Pro Wrestling instantly! Women like Sherri Martel, Victoria, Velvet McIntyre…list goes on! To be the Bette Davis of Pro Wrestling, that was my mission! “
Click here for the full Q&A.