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Annie Social in November 2008
|Ring name(s)||Annie Social|
|Billed height||5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)|
|Billed weight||130 lb (59 kg; 9.3 st)|
|Born||January 28, 1982|
|Billed from||North Killadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Trained by||Trent Acid
Annie Social, (born January 28, 1982) is an American professional wrestler who regularly performs for Shimmer Women Athletes and Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU). She currently manages Melanie Cruise in Shimmer.
Professional wrestling career
Broke into the wrestling business in 2002. A promoter for Women's Extreme Wrestling found her at a bar she worked at in Center City (Philadelphia) and asked her if she wanted to oil wrestle. She started training in Pro Wrestling at PWU's Animal House with Trent Acid, Gary Wolfe and Mike Kehner.
GLOOW aka DWOW
Joined the promotion as Casey and later changed her name to Annie Social.
Naked Women's Wrestling League
Women Superstars Uncensored
She debuted in Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) on December 22, 2007 in a losing match against Alexa Thatcher. Later in the night she wrestled against Alere Little Feather but their match went to a No Contest.
In early 2008 she teamed with Roxie Cotton forming the Beatdown Betties, accompanied to the ring by Rick Cataldo. On October 11, 2008 they took part in a Tag Team Tournament to declare the first WSU Tag Team Champions. In the first round they defeated the team of Melissa Coates and Trixxie Lynn. They also defeated the team of Miss April and Malia Hosaka. In the final round they defeated Amy Lee and Missy Sampson to became the first ever WSU Tag Team Champions.
Social debuted as part of Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 23 and announced that she would be a manager. In her first match she accompanied to the ring Melanie Cruise who lost to Daffney. In the same night she also accompanied to the ring Wesna helping her win against Cheerleader Melissa. As part of Volume 24 she accompanied Wesna to the ring once again and helped her to win in a rematch against LuFisto. On May 3 Annie Social accompanied Wesna in her match for the SHIMMER Championship against MsChif but she was unable to help Wesna getting the win. Earlier in the night Melanie Cruise, with Annie Social, lost to Nikki Roxx. Later in the night, as part of the Volume 26, Melanie Cruise lost a 4-way match also involving Jessie McKay, Kellie Skater and Jennifer Blake and Wesna, accompanied by Annie Social, lost to Cheerleader Melissa in a Submission or Knockout Match. After the match Melissa hit Social with the Air Raid Crash. Annie Social was scheduled to be part of the 4th Anniversary Show on November 8 but she could not make it due to health issues.
She came back on April 10, 2010 as an active wrestler and in her first match she teamed up with Melanie Cruise in a losing effort against the team of Nikki Roxx and Portuguese Princess Ariel.
JAPW Women's Division
She debuted as part of the first Show where she was able to score an easy pinfall over the Canadian Mary Lollipop. As part of the second show she was able to defeat Amber, a former wrestler for WSU. In the third show she was able to score two win against Mia Yim and Autumn Breeze. On January 9, 2010 Annie Social defeated Sumie Sakai in a match that also saw involved the D-Factor. She had her first title match against Sara Del Rey for the JAPW Women's Championship at Notorious Thunder on May 22, 2010 due to her undefeated streak. However she suffered her first loss and wasn't able to win the title.
- Finishing moves
Championships and accomplishments
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- PWI ranked her #46 of the best 50 female singles wrestlers in the PWI Female 50 in 2009
- "ECCW Past Results". Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling. Retrieved 2009-01-03.
- "Annie Social". GLORY Wrestling. January 1, 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-01.
- Trina Michaels Granted Audition for NWWL
- "JAPW "Notorious Thunder" Quick Results". djarahway. 2010-05-23. Retrieved 2010-05-23.
- "Shimmer Roster". Shimmer Women Athletes. Visuex. Retrieved 2009-11-11.
- Martin, Adam (2009-09-11). "PWI Top 50 Female Wrestlers list". WrestleView. Retrieved 2009-09-12.