Reflections after a Chikara weekend

There is just something truly magical about working for Chikara. It’s different than any other company I’ve ever worked for, and it’s a refreshing change after a string of shows where I’m a little less “royal”. 

Getting to see all the little girls faces light up when the Princess shows up to the ring is validation for all the stress put on my body to preform in this sport. 

Choosing a “crown bearer” to guard my tiara while I wrestle, and making that child feel incredibly special, and like they are a part of the show; I can’t help but smile while my heart warms. 

Getting to be a force to be reckoned with when I stand up to men on a regular basis, because of course it’s “Equal rights equal fights”, and inspiring the next generation of strong women is why I started wrestling in the first place. 

Chikara has quickly become a part of my family and my home. It’s bitter sweet driving back knowing I can’t do this everyday, but it makes me that much more excited for the next one. Here’s to many MANY more Chikara shows, and you can bet this princess will be along for the wild ride πŸ‘‘πŸ’œ

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