She credits Reality of Wrestling with giving her the chops to perform at the highest level of the sport. It's not as easy as it looks; it's even harder to stay there. Politics aside, Booker T gets a little giddy when he recalls the list of female wrestlers who, he said, were just as tough as the guys, including the namesake of this tournament who wrested in post-war America. And she says it would be another boon to a form of entertainment dominated by men, and maybe change some minds. Medusa, she's another one you know, who worked at a very, very high level. Her face always seems to form an ear-to-ear grin when she's getting ready to kick someone's face.
Sarah. Age: 25.
But she says she's excited about her future in the WWE.
Annabel. Age: 26.
Going to the mat in women's wrestling
Back to Gallery Going to the mat in women's wrestling. Houston's entry will be Miranda Salinas, a year-old who also trained with Booker T, a Hall of Famer professional wrestler and possible Houston mayoral candidate. Under the ring name Kylie Rae, this year-old has become a star of the local independent wrestling scene and a regular on the "Reality of Wrestling" program, airing at midnight Saturdays on CW Her face always seems to form an ear-to-ear grin when she's getting ready to kick someone's face. Rae says the show did a good job humanizing female wrestlers, as well as bringing them more into mainstream conversations. And if some recent rumors prove to be true, they could be competing in the ring with former MMA champ and movie star Ronda Rousey, who was once thought of as the baddest woman on the planet. I looked up to her like crazy, and I wanted to be as good as her.