She is known as "The Huntress", and the lovely Latina named Juliet lives up to that nickname time and again, stalking her opponents like prey, and striking at the right moment to seize the victory. Having woodshedded in the always-rough and tough rings of Puerto Rico, she's now bringing her exciting style to the States, earning new fans each night as the Huntress prowls for opponents!
THE STATS: Ring Name: Juliet Height: 5'4" Weight: 120 lb. Hair Color: Blond Birthday: September 21 Hometown: Chicago, Illinois and Puerto Rico
LADYSPORTS: Juliet, welcome to LadySports. When did you first get into the sport?
J: His name is Quique Cruz. He is a well known wrestler in Puerto Rico and Mexico.
J: Basically growing up watching it, and the fact that it's a fighting sport made it an interest. I'm a first generation wrestler, so it pretty much took all of my initiative to get in to this.
J: I love sports. I always have been an athlete. Started running track and cross country when I was about 9, until I moved on to volleyball and basketball when I was 14. After that I moved on to fighting sports. I was originally planning to do boxing, but decided instead to go with wrestling.
J: I love to work out. I love to do heavy weights, but I usually try not to leave any body part out of the work out, at least a little bit. I like full body workouts.
J: My wrestling style is versatile. I adapt to any wrestling style I need to to get the job done.
J: No... it's all me. I mean we are all inspired by someone at first... for me it was Lita... but I've never based my persona on anyone. The reason I said Lita is because of the fact that she was pretty much the one who initially broke most of the women's wrestling stereotypes all at once. That is what inspired me.
J: Cazadora Bulldog, Northern Lights Suplex, Cazadora DDT, Boston Crab, Huracanrana from the top rope, Cross Body from top rope to outside, and the Flashback.
J: Sure, there have been many, but the main ones are to my shoulder, back and a hip injury.
J: Yeah, probably like everyone else, but hey... it's part of it.
J: Black Rose... but she ain't the toughest, just the most annoying!
J: I don't trust anybody... but if I had to say someone, it would be Mr.450 Hammett... for now.
J: The IWA Women's Championship Battle Royal in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
J: Women's Championship Tournament semi-final match against Black Rose.
J: Mickie James. I'm just so curious about how it would turn out.
J: One-on-One Grudge Matches
J: Some are totally surprised, and some are like "Oh, that makes sense"!
J: It's a great way to get pent-up aggression released!
J: Cool people. I mean, they've gotta be to like me.
J: Oh, no... no comment.
J: Everywhere in good ol' stiff Puerto Rico, and I'm beginning to spread the word around here in the U.S., starting with Chicago.
J: We have to be strong, tough, smart, assertive and supportive towards one another. We can't let these men bully us around.
J: My comeback to IWA in Puerto Rico.
J: Sure, but that's how we learn, I guess.
J: Most probably be in another fighting sport.
J: Amazona... to prove a point.
J: "Only with unyielding courage can a warrior overcome those obstacles which at first appear overwhelming."
photos courtesy of Juliet