What have you been up to in recent weeks?
Wrestling, of course! I've been training, and doing
a lot of studying, mainly of my own matches. Just picking
up on what works, what doesn't, mistakes I may have
made, things I should have capitalized on.
I recently saw you wrestle in your debut for WSU,
which was “The Final Chapter”
Internet Pay-Per-View... very impressive match. What
are your thoughts on working with Jamilia Craft?
Thank you very much, I appreciate it. I wasn't as impressed
with it, considering I lost. But Jamilia
is extremely talented. I was excited to work with her
and I was not disappointed. It was definitely a learning
How did you wrestling for WSU come
heard nothing but good things about WSU
from multiple sources. I did my research, the promoter
and I got in contact and a couple months later I debuted.
I was relieved to discover that all the good things
I had heard were true!
other promotions have you wrestled for?
Beyond Wrestling, CAPW and MCW in Ohio, and BCWA
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How long have you been wrestling?
over two years.
Where did you train?
I was trained in Detroit by Mathew Priest
& Bill Martel (BCWA).
For those of us who do not know much about BCWA
(Blue Collar Wrestling Alliance), tell
us a bit about the promotion, and how long did you train
there before your first match?
AK:BCWA started in 2007 in the metro Detroit
area. We are currently running every Sunday out of Southgate
and Flat Rock, Michigan. We're a featured attraction
every summer at Vans Warped Tour & Rockstar Mayhem
Fest in Michigan. For those who can't make the live
shows, the website runs a live feed every Sunday...www.bcwaonline.com.
I started training in July 2008. I trained for 6 months
before my first match, but my training wasn't over at
that point. Not even close. My training is still going
on to this day. You never stop learning. Once you think
you're good enough is when you start to slip.
Who did you wrestle in the first match?
In my very first match I wrestled Shavonne Norrell
on December 28, 2008. My first match outside of BCWA
wasn't until March 2010 when I faced Jefferson
Saint at Beyond Wrestling.
Which wrestlers inspired you to pursue becoming a wrestler?
are so many that inspired me in different ways and for
different reasons. I'm not going to lie, I was a huge
Lita fan back in the day. However,
I wanted to become a wrestler way before I saw her on
TV. It wasn't so much about any specific wrestlers as
it was about the wrestling itself that intrigued and
inspired me. But she definitely solidified my obsession.
Have you held any titles thus far?
yet! But I plan to change that very soon.
Tell us about your move-set, what moves should fans
look out for when we watch an Allysin Kay match?
really don't focus on moves. I don't like my opponents
to know what to expect, so I generally don't stick to
the same move-set. If an opportunity arises where there
is a move that will benefit me, I will use it. But I
primarily rely on my wits, size and strength... and
joint manipulation. However, I am a fan of neckbreakers
and have been known to use a variation of them.
Shavonne Norrell & Chase Burnett
vs. Allysin Kay & Cyrus Parker
Team Be Jealous
Allysin Kay & Jessicka Havok
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Who has been some of your favorite wrestlers to work
with so far?
Norrell and Jessicka Havok
definitely top that list.
Shavonne and I feuded for a year. We
knew each other's next move with our eyes closed, which
is where I learned to change it up so your opponent
doesn't know what's coming. She's as tough as they come
and is always down for whatever.
Jessicka and I were in a heated feud
for months, so we've seen the worst of each other. Now,
we get along so famously. I've learned so much from
her. We've come to find out we're so much alike, it's
almost ridiculous. A lot of people ask if we're sisters.
Another one of my favorite people to work with is a
guy who wrestles mainly with BCWA and
now Beyond Wrestling, KJ Crush. There's
never a dull moment working with him.
Yes Indeed, you and Jessicka do look
like sisters at times in the photos I have seen. She
currently has her eyes set on the WSU Championship;
however, what are your thoughts on seeing the tag team
of Jessicka and Allysin in WSU?
the answer is in the question. Jessicka indeed has her
eyes set on the WSU Championship, and I support her
100 percent. Though we do make an awesome team, if I
do say so myself, I have a different agenda in WSU as
have you not wrestled, that you hope to get in the ring
with in the future?
would love to wrestle Madison Eagles.
I met her recently and am a huge fan of her work. But
I have a lot more training to do until I'm up to her
What do you ultimately hope to accomplish in this business?
I decided I wanted to become a wrestler as a child,
my ultimate goal was to make it to WWE.
Whether you agree or disagree with what they put on
TV, they are the top of the mountain, the highest you
can go. A lot of times when you admire something from
a distance, you admire it blindly. Then, as you get
closer and closer you see it in a different light. Your
opinions change. A lot of my opinions and goals have
indeed changed since I've been a youngin’, but
I still believe that in whatever you do you should aim
for the highest target you can possibly hit. My goal
is to take my career as far as possible, and stay humble
and respectable throughout. They say a trick to hitting
your target is to aim higher, so I'm aiming to jump
over the mountain.
Who would you want to feud with if you were signed to
the WWE right now?
Alicia Fox or Michelle McCool.
Both are very talented and the most entertaining to
me. I think we could make it very interesting. Also,
as far as Jessicka and I being a team,
Team Be Jealous would love to give
Lay-Cool a run for their money.
To all those aspiring wrestlers out there, what advice
do you have for them?
wait. Dn't make excuses, get out there and do it! Put
everything you've got into your training. Training is
more than physical, it's mental as well. Study, study,
study! "Never give up" is so cliche, but no
other broken record has ever proven to be so effective.
Oh yeah, and don't be an asshole. Stay humble.
Thank you so much for your time, Where can fans find
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