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Sara Del Rey

Real Name:
Wrestling Names:
Sara Del Rey, American Angel, Nic Grimes, Nikki, Death Rey
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
160 lbs
Birthday:
November 13, 1980 (More Birthdays...)
Hometown:
Martinez, California
Debut:
2001
Trained by:
Donovan Morgan, Pro Wrestling IRON Dojo
Signature moves:
suplex variations, Axe kick, Headbutt
Finishing moves:
Royal Butterfly, Spike piledriver


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Sara Del Rey Biography:

Championships & Accomplishments:

Sara kicked off 2009 as part of Jersey All Pro Wrestling's Women's Division. In their first show titled "Female Revolution," she defeated Daizee Haze. On May 5, 2009, at JAPW's second women's division show she defeated Awesome Kong, and later that night, she won a battle royal for a chance at becoming the first JAPW Women's Champion. On June 27, 2009 at JAPW's Caged Destiny, she defeated ODB, to become the first-ever Jersey All Pro Wrestling Women's Champion. She went on to successfully defend the title against Portia Perez on August 1 at JAPW's "European Homicide"; Roxie Cotton at "Halloween Hell"; Alissa Flash at a TNA house show on November 13; and Sumie Sakai at the "Season's Beating."

In 2009, she was also a featured on Ring of Honor Wrestling on HDNet. There she defeated the likes of Daizee Haze (February 28, 2009); Nikki Roxx (August 14, 2009); Allison Danger (August 15, 2009); and Daizee Haze & Naveah in a tag team action (May 30, 2009). Sara also accompanied Chris Hero on numerous episodes.

She also continued to be a mainstay for 2009's Shimmer DVD tapings. The she picked up numerous victories, which included defeating Madison Eagles on Shimmer volume 23; Jessie McKay on volume 27, and Ayako Hamada in a no DQ match on volume 28. Sara also had tag team victories with Awesome Kong over MsChif & Cheerleader Melissa on volume 24, and Serena Deeb & Mercedes Martinez on volume 26.

On August 20, 2012, Pro Wrestling Illustrated Senior writer Dan Murphy announced that Sara Del Rey would be the fourth woman to be ranked in PWI's 500. Sara Del Rey ranked number #430 in the 2012 PWI 500.

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