1- What was the moment when you realized you wanted to become involved in professional wrestling?
I was about 8 or 9 years old and i remember just randomly watching it one day, I fell in love with it straight away, the drama, the story lines, the physicality I was hooked it turned into a fantasy.
2- How did you get into wrestling?
I was a wrestling fanatic at a young age I searched everywhere for a training school and could not find one so started judo when i was 13 as that were the closest thing I could find, I then managed to find a training school at 14 and here i am today.
3- When did you make you in ring debut and what were you feeling?
When I was 16 years old at a 4FW show, I were so nervous leading up to it, I thought it would never happen and it finally did I felt privileged. I’ll never ever forget it probably one of the best times of my teens finally getting to go out there and do it.
4- Is wrestling your main passion as a career?
Yes 100% if it wasn’t I would have not left my home, family or friends. everyone who knows me on a personal level knows how i feel about the business.
5- Who have you enjoyed working with most in you time in wrestling so far?
A lot of different people to be fair for many different reasons, recently on 4FW myself Saul Adams and Antonio De Luca were evolved in a feud with JD Knight and Mad Dog Maxx, and even though I werent wrestling I enjoyed the promos, the story lines etc. I had such a laugh working with them.
6- Has wrestling allowed you to do much traveling?
Around the UK yes even though road trips can be boring especially by yourself, now I’m fully recovered I’m hoping to crack Europe this year.
7- Has wrestling allowed you meet any people you look up to?
Yeah I remember meeting Kurt Angle a few years back, madness.
8- Who would you love to work with in the future?
There are a few people on my list, I would definitely like to work one of the Scottish girls, got so much respect for them, they have definitely set the standard for women’s wrestling.
9- Who would you say is the best female wrestler ever?
Trish Stratus because she was so successful, a lot of women wrestlers are forgotten about after a few months, she will never be forgotten, she was a born entertainer, beautiful, charismatic and determined.
10- Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years, in or out of wrestling?
Being 5 years older unfortunately but hopefully 5 years wiser with 5 years more experience and maybe even a fat contract with the WWE, we can only dream eh but you’ll never know unless you try.
Thank you to Nadia for taking time out to do this interview with myself, you can go over and follow her on Twitter @nadia_ageli