• Former AEW Wrestler Announces Retirement From Wrestling
Former AEW wrestler Sadie Gibbs has announced that she’s retiring from pro-wrestling.
Sadie signed with AEW when the promotion was launched in 2019 and was released in August 2020.
Below is what she posted on Instagram:
Hope you can watch this & minute showreel!
Of all my best moments and show your love and support in the comments below. Letting go is never easy but it’s necessary.
It’s been a really confusing year and half for me, but I’ve always been good at following my instinct and letting go AND HAVING NOTHING BUT GRACE IN THE PATH AHEAD OF ME.
I’ve decided in order for me to excel in my new endeavours, coaching speaking teaching BEING THE LEADER which I’ve always been.
I have to let go! And set my intentions on what it is I want from my life and where I see long term sustainable fulfilment.
And those doors are opening and it’s about time I conserved all my energy and focus on this new chapter.
I will forever be THE AMAZING GRACE! I will forever be the GIRL WHO DID A CORKSCREW SASUKE SPECIAL ! I WILL FOREVER BE
I love all you guys ! Not just for supporting me as a wrestler but me as a person! As someone who despite what everyone expects I follow my gut my Instinct and I do it with grace! Everything we do isn’t forever it’s a stepping stone a chance to evolve and grow through.
My vision is BIG.! Starting with short films (action movie scene) and a lot of my plans are centred around MY UNDEFINABLE BRAND!
My next BIG BIG GOAL, is to have a self development book out. REMAIN UNDEFINABLE and so many micros goals along this new chapter, teach! Speak! And inspire/impact as many individuals lives as I can with the UNDEFINABLE MENTALITY!
Thank you to all my MEMBERS OF TEAM UNDEFINABLE!
Fans who became clients and now friends grateful for each and everyone of you making #UNDEFINABLELIVING what it is today ! A remarkable undefinable community #TEAMUNDEFINABLE GOES ONN!!!”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 28, 2002) – Old School Wrestling Legend Passed Away
On this day in 2002, we lost Old School NWA Legend Lou Thesz at the age of 86.
He’s considered one of the greatest pure technical mat wrestlers of all time. Some might even argue he was the greatest.
If you combine all of his 3 NWA World Heavyweight Championship reigns, he was the Champ for more than 10 years combined.
In 2016, he was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of their 1st annual “Legacy” wing inductions.
† REST IN PEACE LOU THESZ
April 24, 1916 – April 28, 2002