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Jensyn Interview - My dream opponent is none other than Becky Lynch

My name is Jensyn. 
I was born October 13th, 2000. 
I’m about 5’4 (162cm). 
I was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. 
I debuted on July 3rd, 2020. 
I was trained by Kongo Kong and Mark Vandy. 
My finisher is The Spear; my signature move is The Jungle Driver. 

my instagram is @itsmejensyn, 
and my twitter is @itsmejensyn.


- Thank you for your approval for this interview for the "Pro Wrestling Interview Series Tour 2022".
It’s a pleasure to be thought of for an interview, I’m happy to be doing this.

- Do you remember your first encounter with wrestling?
I don’t remember my first encounter with pro wrestling very clearly because I was so young, but I was a toddler, maybe two or three. My dad was a wrestler when he was around my age, so wrestling has always been in my life whether it’s on TV or just merchandise around the house.

- Please give us a brief summary of how you got into Pro Wrestling?
I always loved wrestling as a kid, but as I got older, I grew out of it. I stopped watching and I didn’t care for it. When I hit 14 or 15, I started slowly getting back into it. I remember watching Sasha Banks vs Bayley at NXT Takeover Brooklyn.
I was amazed by how far women’s wrestling had come and I immediately started watching wrestling solely for the women. It didn’t matter what promotion it was or how I had to get it, I wanted to see the women. When I was about 16, I came to conclusion that I wanted to be a wrestler. It took a lot of work, but here I am.

- Do you have any previous experience with martial arts from before you became a wrestler or other sports you did?
When I was a kid, probably about 7 or 8, I did karate for a short time. I was a cheerleader, played basketball and ran for my schools running club during that time too. Before I switched school districts, I had played softball for about 2-ish years.

- Can you still recall your first training sessions?
My first training session was nerve wracking. I wasn’t even supposed to be able to start until the following month and I knew no one but Kongo Kong and my uncle who was going to be there. I was scared to be in a new place full of new people, but I put on a brave face and went in there. I met some of my best friends in the business. It was now my turn to try and take a bump. I had been practicing on a mattress the summer prior, so professional, right? Regardless, I took the bump with ease. Like I had done it my whole life. I didn’t hear anything, but I do recall my dad telling me that as soon as I took my bump, Vandy nodded his head yes that he wanted me there. I took more bumps and moves throughout the class, being welcomed in by my new wrestling family.


- How do you remember your first match, what was the feedback and what experience did you take from it?
My first match was a four on three handicap match. It was myself, Dustin Mack, Cris Tano, and N.E.R.D 5 against our trainers and coach: Kongo Kong, Mark Vandy, and Jorge Bravo. The feedback was like any feedback you’d get as a rookie. Hit and miss spots, moments where you could have gotten the crowd up more, not selling a move properly, amongst many other minor things that take time to fix. The experience that I got from it was that not everything always goes the way you plan and sometimes it’s better that way.

- Do you have a ‚dream opponent‘ you want to fight above all others?
My dream opponent is none other than Becky Lynch. She is a woman I have idolized since day one of this journey and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I met her back in October briefly on a Cricket Wireless virtual meet and greet. We spoke about my wrestling and how much she has inspired me to do what I love the most. She asked me if we were going to fight and someday I truly hope to make that happen.

- Do you have personal highlights, favourite matches or feuds so far in wrestling?
My favorite matches have got to be with Veronica Vaughn, Charlie Kruel, and Dara O’Conley. The chemistry we all have with each other is insane and there is not a single match that we have put on that isn’t good in my book. My favorite feuds so far are also with Dara and Chad Nailz. They coincided with each other and were in the same group. The story behind it meant so much and the fans ate it up. It led up to me debuting my alter ego and it could not have gone any better.

- What are you doing when you not stand inside the ring?
When I’m not in the ring, I can be found making tacos for Taco Bell amongst other things such as writing, drawing, and cooking.

If anyone from my country or around the world would like

- When a booker or company from your Country or around the world will book you , where can they contact you?
to contact me for bookings, the best places to catch me are my facebook @JENSYNTHEDEATHRYDER and my email !

- Thank you very much for your time ,i wish you all the success and especially health! Some words for the Fans at the end?
Thank you for the opportunity to do an interview with you and share my story with so many people! I appreciate everyone who supports me and follows me in this journey, it means the absolute world to me to be able to make an impact in others lives the way wrestling did for me as a kid. Always keep believing in yourself and push for your dreams because they’re never out of reach.

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