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Beth Phoenix


Beth Phoenix,  has climbed to the top of the Mountain. Old School Pro Wrestling, would like to say congratulations and Thank You for stopping by and performing for OSPW, during your climb.

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Amateur Wrestling & Turning Pro

Beth began wrestling on the Elmira, New York Notre Dame High School amateur wrestling team. She was the first female varsity wrestler in her high school's history. She became the North-East freestyle women's champion (72 kgs weight class) in 1999. She also became the women's champion (72 kgs weight class) at the New York State Fair Tournament in 1999, and was named the most outstanding wrestler that same year in the Brockport Freestyle Tournament. At the time she was also a member of USA Wrestling (a freestyle wrestling club). Her life goal was, according to her, to become a professional wrestler and she believed that having a solid amateur background would help her reach it. After graduating from High School in 1999 she enrolled in both a professional wrestling school and Canisius College in Buffalo, New York. Her first choice for wrestling school was Stu Harts Dungeon, but because of the location she decided on a more local school. At the school she ended up at she was trained by the All Knighters - Joey Knight and Robin Knightwing who themselves were trained in the Hart Dungeon. Beth made her pro debut wrestling Alexis Laree (Mickie James).