The last time I competed in CHIKARA was way back in 2007. Things were a lot different then. I was nineteen years old;
excited, eager to wrestle and learn from some of the best wrestlers in the world, like Sara Del Rey and Daizee Haze.
The thing about being the best in the world, though, is that the next generation will always be way more awesome.
I'm sure people in 1985 thought original Nintendo was pretty cool, but here in 2011, we're all sporting
three-dimensional video game/telephone/video chat/teleporting machines that blow those ancient 8-bit machines
out of the water.
For those of you missing my genius metaphor, allow me to spell it out for you: I am not just super awesome,
but the absolute best female wrestler around. On July 30th in Reading, PA, I return to CHIKARA to team with
Tsukasa Fujimoto of Ice Ribbon and the legendary Mima Shimoda. And on that day, Daizee Haze, Sara Del Rey, and
everyone else, will realize that I'm younger than them, faster than them, better than them, the one deserving
of more respect than them. And yes...way more awesome than they ever could ever hope to be.