Alexis Rose
Total Wrestling Magazine|January 2017

Alexis Rose is a name you are going to hear a lot more of in 2017.

James Truepenny

At two years in the business she has packed an awful lot into a very short space of time; two international tours, working for New Generation Wrestling, Ironfist, Great Bear and Westside Xtreme Wrestling in Germany, as well as being one of the first women to be picked up by the revived World of Sport. James Truepenny talked with Rose about how she got started and what gave her the bug.

“It was a really odd thing,” Began Alexis Rose. “About two and a half years ago I moved up to Manchester from the south and me and my roommate at the time had very limited television. One night an episode of Raw popped up on TV, it had been a long time since I’d seen any wrestling and I enjoyed it, so I went on google and found the FutureShock School of Wrestling and went down there. After not being able to walk for two weeks, it started being fun and that’s where it all started really.”

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