What have you been up
to in recent weeks?
Training in the ring,
working out and dieting really hard. I have a few
big matches coming up and I want to be at the top
of my game, and in the best shape of my life.
I saw you wrestle for
the first time at WSU
's 3rd anniversary
show back in March and I was very impressed. You tagged
with Marti Belle
," how did the tag team
Both Marti and I
train at the same gym. I think becoming a tag team
was inevitable for us, as the only two females training
there at one point. I think everyone was waiting to
see what we were about. What better way to debut then
Carlton: How has it been working
for the promotion so far?
San Antonio: WSU
is one of the most inspiring and best experiences
I have had as a wrestler so far. The whole Locker
room is amazing. They give women a chance to actually
wrestle and showcase our talents.
Carlton: After scoring a victory
over WSU Tag Champion Cindy
Rogers, The Belle Saints
have a shot at the titles. What are your thoughts
on Cindy Rogers and Jana?
San Antonio: I think The
Belle Saints are definitely underestimated
as a tag team because we are new comers by Cindy
and Jana. They have been pushing
everyone around. It may have been called one of the
biggest upset of the year ;however, I did score that
victory. We have a real chance at victory. So my thoughts
are Cindy and Jana
should not underestimate us, we are walking away with
the belts. You are going to need more than just bringing
arrogance into the ring.
What are your thoughts
on the show being broadcast live on GoFightLive.tv
Even though I am
a new comer at WSU,
I think it is
a step in the right direction. They should have been
already. The women who work
are some the most talented
women out there today. Everyone deserves a chance
to watch this show. It is going to be one of their
Carlton: One week prior---on October
30 2010, at WUW Halloween Brawl,
you are involved in a Stunner's 3 Way Dance against
TNA Knockout Champion Angelina Love
and Marti Belle. What are you thoughts
on Angelina Love?
San Antonio: I respect her a lot
as a female wrestler. She has worked really hard to
become TNA’s current champion. Although I have
worked on a few of the same shows as her, this my
first opportunity to work with her inside the ring.
I am really looking forward to her experience in the
ring, but I am definitely bringing all I have into
Carlton: You are a mainstay at
WUW...For those of us who are not
familiar with the promotion, tell us about it.
San Antonio: WUW
(World of Unpredictable Wrestling)
is WWE Hall of Famer, "The Unpredictable" Johnny
Rodz Club of Professional Wrestling at Gleason's
Gym in Brooklyn, New York.
Its where Tazz, The Dudleys,
Tommy Dreamer, Matt Striker
and many more came out of. If anyone is ever in Brooklyn,
they should check it out, you'll never know when you'll
see an up and coming superstar.
Carlton: Going back a bit, when
did you become a fan of wrestling?
San Antonio: I don’t know
if I can pin point when as a kids I became a fan.
I just grew up on it. It was a part of my weekends
watching it with my grandfather.
Who were you fans of?
Back then I loved
Jake "The Snake" Roberts
. As a child I was entertained.
Everyone wanted a snake!
Carlton: When did you decide that
you were going to become a wrestler?
San Antonio: I think every time
I watched Trish Stratus, Molly
Holly, Victoria or Ivory
in that ring, I secretly wanted to be a wrestler.
However, I was always to shy to even take a step forward
on looking into training. Finally, in 2009 I realized
life is too short. If I never do this I'll never know.
So, I looked into it and here I am today! No regrets.
Carlton: What year did you have
your first match?
San Antonio: In 2009, it was an
inter-gender tag match.
Carlton: Who did you wrestle?
San Antonio: I tagged with Mikey
Firezone against Rick Cataldo
and Chris Verrazano.
Carlton: Who has been some of
your favorite wrestlers to work with so far?
San Antonio: Rick Cataldo,
Alicia, Mercades Martienz
and Cindy Rogers.
Carlton: Who have you not wrestled,
that you want to get in the ring with?
San Antonio: Oh, that’s
a tough one! There are so many. Sara Del Rey,
Sumie Sakai, Sassy Stephie,
Mickie James, Tara Rizing…I
can keep going.
Carlton: Which promotions do you
hope to work for in the future?
San Antonio: I think we all come
into this business with the ultimate goal of WWE
or TNA, right now I am just going
keep going forward and see what the future brings.
My options are always open.
Carlton: When it is all said and
done, what would you hope to have accomplished in
San Antonio: I’d like to
be looked at with respect for the blood, sweat and
tears I have put and will be putting into every match
I have. I bring everything I have and leave it all
in the ring to make sure I put on the best show possible.
I also want to be able to inspire future female wrestlers
and show them anything is possible.
Carlton: In closing, what advice
do you have to all the aspiring wrestlers out there?
San Antonio: The best advice I
received the first day I decided becoming a wrestler
is the best advise I could give. I only truly know
the meaning of it now. There is no magic wand. Becoming
a great wrestler is not overnight. You have to dedicate
so much time both in an out of the ring. Once you
think you might have it all together you get a reality
check that it takes years to understand this business.