Susan Sexton

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Shanon Sexton
Born Perth, Western Australia[1]
Residence Los Angeles, California[2]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Susan Sexton
Billed weight 130 lb (59 kg)[3]
Trained by Ali Musa the Turk[4]
Debut 1975
Retired 1996

Shanon Sexton, better known by her stage name Susan Sexton, is a former professional wrestler. She was born in Perth, Australia on 2 February. She was trained by Ali Musa the Turk.

Wrestling career[edit]

Sexton went to the United States in 1975 and began working for Mildred Burke.[5] After briefly working for Burke, she began working independent cards around the world. In 1989 she work for American Wrestling Association.[6]

Ladies Professional Wrestling Association[edit]

Sexton joined the Ladies Professional Wrestling Association and was the first woman awarded the LPWA Singles Championship. She defended the title against numerous opponents. In 1990, World Championship Wrestling recognized Sexton (then the LPWA champion) as the World Women's Champion. Sexton defended the title against Bambi at Clash of the Champions XII "Fall Brawl: Mountain Madness".[7]

She lost the title to Lady X on 31 January 1991 in Laughlin, Nevada.[8]


Sexton has relocated to Los Angeles, where after a brief time as a "psychic" and a tarot card reader, she now helps train new wrestlers and also has a writing career.

Acting career[edit]

Sexton was featured in the 1989 film American Angels- Baptism of Blood[9] in which most of the cast were members of the now defunct Powerful Women of Wrestling.

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]


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