Felony the Living Dead Girl Interview
Ring name: Felony 'The Living Dead Girl'
Date of death: 11 September
Height: A decomposing 5"5
Weight: Rotting away a little more each day
Birth place: Ravenwood Asylum
Trained by The Heavyweight House of Pain Stixx
Fin/Sig moves: 666 (backstabber on the ropes) postmortem (bridging double Indian deathlock)
Homepage: https://www.facebook.com/felonylivingdeadgrrl/ twitter @living_deadgrrl Instagram @felony_the_living_dead_girl
Thank you so much for your time, we are always delighted to be able to introduce
talents for the „Global Pro Wrestling Talents Tour 2018“
What made you become a female pro wrestler?
Thank you for choosing me for your interview. I've always enjoyed watching wrestling from a very early age. I was totally unaware that there was still a scene in England until I googled wrestling schools in Nottingham and found House of Pain. What pushed me to do this was one evening l was watching a fan made montage of my favourite wrestler The Monster Abyss and suddenly got the ambition to make the move from the sofa to the ring and the rest is history.
Do you remember your first training session and who trained you so far?
Yes I remember it well. My sister and I went together, we always enjoyed watching wrestling together and playing the video games. It was a session with Stixx, he's always been my main trainer, occasionally he had others fill him for him if he was away but they were always top class also. Greats such as WWE's Joseph Conners and Paul Malen. The first moves I remember learning were how to bump on and do cross bodies. This was all done on a large crash mat before moving to the ring. I'll never forget my first time in the ring, I went to do a back bump and smacked my head so hard on the canvas. Not a good start haha, my head was banging for the next few days and looking back I'd probably concussed myself. But I wasn't put off one bit, I was back to class the next week.
How do you recall your first match? And what was it like to wrestle in front of an
live crowd for the first time?
I recall it well and luckily it was recorded for DVD so I have it forever. Like me it was very unconventional, my opponent was a popular male baby-face called Heavy J 'The Liquid Sumo of Soul'. He was a big guy but and I was a little corpse but our characters meshed together for good entertainment. We'd both been managing ringside in an earlier match where he had an altercation that led to our match later on the card. I've always liked performing in front of crowds so I had a blast but luckily for me I'd already been on the House of Pain shows for around the best part of a year before my match managing the wrestler known as Barricade so I had already had experience of being in front of a wrestling crowd.
Felony - 'The Living Dead Girl', this Gimmick is like a part of a Horror Movie, what is the story behind ?
What can I say I LOVE Horror in all forms, I live, sleep, breath it. Felony is a fearsome combination of inspiration taken from screen characters such as The Ring, The Grudge, Bride of Frankensteins, Evil Dead, Night of the Living Dead and The Walking Dead.
2017 you win the AOW Women's Championship, how does it feel holding the Gold in your Hands?
That was my first and only championship to date and it was an honour. AOW have always been so good to me, involving Felony in different and unique situations every show. I was involved in the first ever match for the Women's belt and, despite picking up the biggest injury of my career to date, it was one of my favourite matches. It was a gauntlet match, I beat my first 2 opponents then lost to Lana Austin who lasted till the end eventually loosing to Viper who became the first Women's Champion. Later down the line Lana won the belt from Viper and then it was my turn. We had what's probably been my best match to date and to win that belt and parade it around for the following months was the best!
Which other Wrestler would you love to fight?
There is a girl quickly making a name for herself on the scene called The Rebel Girl Piper Kinney. She's one tough woman who could knock your teeth out. Similar to Felony she strikes fear into her opponents but we aren't scared of each other so I'm sure we'd knock chuncks out of each other. For similar reasons The Voodoo Queen Amarah (please check the spelling on that) she would make an equally interesting opponent. That match has been scheduled to take place twice but unfortunately both shows were cancelled
Do you have Pro Wrestling idols, maybe people who have influenced your in-ring style? Or Childhoodheroes?
I've always liked the heavyweight masked guys as they have that scary look that's almost Horror filmesque itself. I mentioned Abyss earlier, I think at first he reminded me of Leather face from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films who is my favourite Horror character of all time. Also The Undertaker and Kane for their looks, storylines, the ever present element of danger in their matches and their overwhelming effect on the crowd. I'd also like to mention Paul Bearer and Mick Foley for the same reasons.
Did you have matches that will always stay a highlight for you?
The gauntlet match for the first AOW Championship that I mentioned earlier. The first ever match for LCW Roses which was my first match outside House of Pain shows, also the first time I'd wrestled someone I'd never met before until just before the match. It was Pollyanna and I still regard her highly, we had a very fun match. She even dressed up like the film Shawn of the Dead just to play off my character. Tidal Wrestling was another fun one as the crowd were surrounding the ring. That was a triple threat between myself, Ruby Radley and Violet O'Hara. The over 14 crowd eat up my act.
What do you do when you are not a wrestler?
As I mentioned before I love horror so I spent a lot of time watching horror films or true time documentaries and listening to podcasts full of the same or reading. I also enjoy gaming when I have the time.
Can you tell us an interesting funny or thrilling road story?
One time on the way up to AOW with Stixx, Barricade and Rob Sharp the weather was crazy, we drove down a flooded street in Morecambe and the car was actually just floating down the road like a boat. Then after the show when we left we were driving through the middle of Morecambe town centre and the whole place had a power cut and went black. THAT was like something out of a horror film haha.
When a booker or company from your Country or arround the world will book you where can they contact you?
Anyone promoter, fan or anyone else can message me through my Facebook page, twitter or Instagram.
Thank you ver much for your time, do you have some words for your fans?
I thank anyone who has taken the time to watch any of my work or check out any of my social media pages.
I have some t-shirts for sale at the moment which you can purchase by messaging me through any of my social media pages and lastly - stay weird and you can't kill what's already dead