Ring Name: Leeloo
Date Of Birth: 19-10-1978
Height: 174 cm   
Weight: 74 kg
Birth Place: Halmstad Sweden
Debut: DPW 1 dec 2013
Trained by: Chaos, Falcon, Conny Mejsel, Steinbolt and Harley Rage
Finishers/Signature Moves: Tuck-it-in (Bronco buster) Multipass (Fisherman suplex)
Homepage: Leeloo_prowrestler (Instagram) Leeloo Demorhne (FB)
-Thank you for your spontaneous commitment and being a part of "The Global Indy Pro Wrestling World Tour 2016/2017. Can you introduce yourself please?

My name is Leeloo and I am 38 years old from Halmstad, Sweden. I live alone with my two cats outside of the city. Trying my best to get away from people.

-How did you get into the Wrestling business ?
I have been a big fan of Pro Wrestling since I was around 10 years old. Watching everything I could get a hold on. This was before the internet so I had to order magazines via letters from the US, Watching wrestling on German TV, playing every wrestling videogame out there and so on. When the Swedish wrestling scene started to grow I started to help with filming and editing shows until one day I just asked if I could get in the ring and train with the others. It was the hardest thing I ever done but I stuck with it and well now I am out there wrestling all around northern Europe.

-What is your family thinking of your passion for the sport, are they worried about your health?
When I was young they thought it was something that would pass when I got older but it just got bigger and bigger so when I told my father that I am going to drive 300km to train two times a week he just thought I lost it.
However, after I was on the cover of the local newspaper it kind of changed and now he is ok with it I think.

- What can you say about your Coach and how long did it take, that it was clear for you to do the first match?
In the beginning I trained a lot with Conny Mejsel and he just put us threw hell but in a good way. He really made me a lot tougher. I also attended DPW: s summer camp and got really good training from Falcon and Chaos. I made my debut in a Rumble during DPW Tatanka Tour 2013 and I was NOT ready. I got the shit kicked out of me but took it as a good lesson and continued to train hard and about 5 months later I had my first singles match.


- Can you still remember your very first Pro Wrestling match and what was it like to wrestle in front of an live crowd for the first time?
I was really really nervous. I think I went to the bathroom to pee about 15-20 times before the match started. When my music played I just thought Ooohhh shit! This is really happening. I was in the match about two minutes so the match itself was not much to remember but I was grateful to the promotor (DPW) to let me be a part of the show. It made me really buckle down and keep fighting to get better.


- You work for Indy Pro Wrestling Company’s in Sweden , what can you tell us about some of this?
Sweden is an amazing place to wrestle at the moment. The crowds are more than amazing. In Gothenburg, GBG Wrestling have around 400-500 people every show and the audience is loud! We have has some internationals stars visiting and they all praise our crowd. In addition, Malmö has a great thing going for them with sold out shows. When it comes to the wrestling things have really picked up the last 3-4 years. People are getting better in the ring every day.

- Pro Wrestling has many legends, do you have any idols?
When I started to watch I really liked Shawn Michaels. This was when he was still in the Rockers. At the time he was one of the smaller wrestlers they had on their roster and that for me being small really resonated with me.
Other wrestlers I really liked growing up was Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit. Both were smaller guys but what they did in that ring was just amazing to watch.


-Leeloo you work last year in germany for the P.W.F. and had many Fans right here. How do you remember Germany and the Fans?
Germany was crazy! The guys in the locker room were great, good people all around and the crowd was great, everything was great except getting my ass beat by Leon Van Gasteren. I feel like I have not shown Germany what I can do yet. I feel like I have a lot more to give!

- What goals do you still have, would a major contract be interesting for you or do you feel well in the Indy area?
To be honest my goal with Pro Wrestling was to have one match just to prove to myself that I had it in me. I started training when I was 35 so I knew it was a now or never kind of a deal. I am also a former DPW Light heavyweight champion and winning that title was really a dream come true. Around two years before I was backstage at a show and Kool Krede was the current champion and I asked if I could hold the belt. I could never in my wildest dreams imagine me one day standing in the ring with the referee raising my hand and giving me the belt. I will never forget that moment.
As far as getting signed that is not for me. I’m happy to be where I am and just trying to get better and entertain people. That´s for me the most important thing.

- Every wrestler tries to gain international experience, to travel to many countries. Which country you would love to visit next and wrestle? And do you had the time to make some sightseeing in other Countries?
Germany was always a big thing to me. Never thought I would get a chance to perform there. I do not have any places really. I would love to go anywhere to wrestle but if I have to make a list I would say Scotland, England, and I would not say no to travel to the states. Sightseeing I have very little of. Often you just rush to the venue and get ready for the match and then after go back home. The only view you get is from the car window.

 -When a booker or company from your Country or around the world will book you where can they contact you?
My Facebook page is the easiest way. Just search Leeloo Demorhne and you will see a beautiful picture of me.

-Is there anything else you would like to let the World Wrestling Fans and your fans know?
That I really enjoy performing in front of both new and old fans and I am going my best to make their day a little bit more entertaining. Plus never forget.. I got the best ass in the biz!

 Thank you very much for your time and all the best for the future and maybe see you someday in Germany!

Thank you and keep up the good work! I will somehow get back to Germany. That’s a promise!