Monday, January 2, 2012

I've let it be known

My main goal in 2012 is the WWE.

Ever since 2001 when I started training I've 100% dedicated myself to pro wrestling and being the BEST I can be. I am at a point now that if I don't at least try I will always wonder if I could make it in the WWE.

I have always been a beast in the gym but over the past few months along with my trainer I have completely changed  the way I lift and workout. A lot of people have asked me to post my routine but since I really just follow a plan set up for me I wouldn't feel right sharing with the public. (I actually don't think I technically can anyways ).

Other than that what would you like out of me this year? A youtube channel perhaps???

Last year literally my dreams came true how can I top that? A youtube channel perhaps???

I wish you all the best for the new year health, peace and happiness!

Thank you all for the continued support and lets hope 2012 has big things in store for all of us.

Chew more gum,


  1. I've been following you for several years, a fan since the first match I saw you wrestle.

    I think this is a great goal for you for 2012, and I am glad that you've stated it with clarity and focus. In the past, it seems you've equivocated on WWE and TNA -- that they weren't your type or you weren't their type.

    You've done very well in your career and the WWE is a great next step. I'll be rooting for you and I'm confident in your success.

  2. Would it be sappy for me to say that the only thing I want from you is for you to be happy? Hopefully, that means WWE comes to their senses and hires you.

    But, the YouTube channel is a good idea. I do miss the weekly VDK videos. Those were fun. But, if you do a new video series, I hope its more of a vlog type video and not just some random highlight.

  3. Considering your the best female wrestler in the USA and probably the hardest worker too it won't be hard to make it, I just hope if you get in, that might instigate a change away from the fake chested ex cheerleaders to some real female wrestlers. The crowd have shown from their support for Kong during her brief first run that this is what they want, it's just up to wrestlers like her and yourself I suppose to keep carrying that torch for all the girls who work so hard but don't get a look in as they don't have the right body shape. Hopefully this will make companies like WWE take women's wrestling more seriously as it's a huge market that's under utilised.

    Good luck, I hope you make it and I hope you kick some serious butt.

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  5. Sorry I deleted the last post too much swearing for me I appreciate the sentiment though

  6. Sorry but the way they treat the hardcore women wrestler I just can't stand it like Beth jobbing out to Kelly Kelly and Nattie too please it just make me sick you women pay so many due and yet get treated like trash it just make me mad and sad at the same time!

  7. my wish will sure you making it to WWE, wining like over 10 titles this year, love to see you make your own youtube channel love your promos & interviews and for sure be #1 women wrestler of 2012

    what one could work for you Sara?

  8. I know that WWE is "the big league" But I can't lie, Although I would be happy for you, I would cry of disapoinment if I see you tagging with Alicia fox in one of those Minute and a half bathroom breaks.. I would cry if i see one of those uncordinated Models Pinning you after half a minute and a "bitch slap"

    Other than that, I would love to se a youtube channel.

  9. Hi Sara , I'm a huge fan ! I'm sure you'll be the future of WWE in the "Divas" Section and I'll be cheer for you all time :)

  10. So I just learned of this blog's existence and, while looking over the posts, this was one that I really wanted to leave a comment on, even though I'm kind of late.

    I gotta start off by saying that I'd never wish for anything but the best for my favourite performers and that includes you, SDR. If a run in WWE gives you that, then I hope you get it, even though I'd miss you as a Chikara fan and I probably wouldn't see you on tv for a while if I followed WWE. (Based on how long they've kept a certain former ROH world champion in FCW, anyway.)

    With luck you'll not only get a WWE contract, but be treated well there and get a nice push.

    But I'll absolutely hate it if:

    -They make you job to everybody. No matter how good the pay is and even if that wouldn't bother you, it would suck to see you on a losing streak, and it would suck to see WWE sending a message that they believe you aren't good enough to be anything more than enhancement talent, as happened to Evan Bourne/Matt Sydal;
    -People such as Booker T get angry at you over something silly and make things more difficult for you, as happened to the Young Bucks;
    -Michael Cole buries you all the time regardless of whether you're getting pushed or not.

    I really wish that WWE didn't rule the industry, and I really wish that feds like Chikara, ROH, SHIMMER, PWG, DGUSA, and so on had enough exposure and resources to pay you the same amount that the 'E would.

    Since that isn't the case, I'll wish you the best of luck and hope that you not only make it to the 'E, but that when you get there you have the kind of luck CM Punk's had instead of the kind of luck Colt Cabana had.