Erin Marshall

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Erin Marshall
Erin angel1.jpg
Born (1987-03-16) 16 March 1987 (age 33)[1]
Southampton, England[1]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Erin Angel
Little Angel
Little Erin
Little Miss
Billed height4 ft 11 in (1.50 m)[1]
Billed weight128 lb (58 kg)
Billed fromSouthampton, England
Trained byDrew McDonald
Doug Williams
Jonny Storm
Phil Powers

Erin Marshall (born 16 March 1987) is an English professional wrestler, better known by her ring name Erin Angel.[1] She is often nicknamed "Little" due to her short stature of only 4 ft 11 in.

Erin Angel describes her gimmick in wrestling as "I'm a little angel...until you cross me!". She works a mixed style of wrestling, as she has been taught in the British old-school style, however she is known to mix this up with new school, and high flying styles. Her ring gear is often pink and made of PVC, she has stated her favorite costume is her chaps set (black with pink).

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Erin Marshall was born in Southampton and was trained by Drew McDonald, Doug Williams, Phil Powers, and Jonny Storm. She made her first competitive appearance at the age of 16 in a battle royal. During one of her early Holiday camp tours, she suffered a concussion at the hands of a male wrestler.

The biggest win in Erin Angel's career is considered to be that against the 23 Stone UK female veteran Klondyke Kate, who she beat in a tag contest via disqualification.

Other career highlights include valeting Jake "The Snake" Roberts at a show in Croydon, defeating Simply Luscious when they competed in Erin Angel's home town of Southampton, and competing in France's Queens of Chaos promotion with some big name female wrestlers.

While wrestling in Real Quality Wrestling, a promotion run by her trainer Phil Powers, she defeated Nikita; a top female star in the UK. Erin Angel also went on to defeat Ashley Page and Skye in a triple threat match for a chance at RQW's newly created Women's championship. Erin Angel would go on to win this new title after defeating Sweet Saraya at the promotion's A Night Of Champions show.[2] Erin Angel was removed as the Women's Champion not long after longtime boyfriend Phil Powers left the company.

Angel appeared in All Star Wrestling, wrestling the likes of Klondyke Kate and Lisa Fury, and later traveled to Canada to wrestle in Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling.[3]

Personal life[edit]

When not wrestling, Erin is a swimming teacher.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e Erin Angel's profile at
  2. ^ a b RQW - "A Night Of Champions" Results Archived 17 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine posted on
  3. ^ "AGPW Results featuring Rene Dupre vs. A-1 (with a new name)"[permanent dead link] by Steve Gerweck - Sunday, 8 June 2008
  4. ^ Walsh, Shannon. "Pro Wrestling EVE Results 6.30.19: Charlie Morgan Retires From Wrestling". 411MANIA. Retrieved 30 June 2019.

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