The Rated "G" Superstar!
Weight: 201 pounds
Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
If you met Mary Elizabeth Monroe on the street, you may think that she was an elementary school teacher or veterinarian. Looks, however, are deceiving. In reality, she is one of the most powerful, energetic, and dynamic professional wrestlers on the independent scene today.
Trained by Cody Hawk, Jimmy Wang Yang, and Benjamin Kimera for the last 5 years, Mary Elizabeth has proved she not only has the ability to compete with women, but she regularly competes with male wrestlers as well.
But what is the deal with being called "The Rated 'G' Superstar"? "It's just a play on words," Mary Elizabeth says. "Too many girls nowadays are mean, nasty, and trying to be a tough B-Word in the ring! I remember when I was a girl, wrestling used to be fun, and I want to make it fun again! You don't have to dress like a naughty girl, or break rules, or be mean to the fans to get attention. All you have to do is smile and have a good time and be a good wrestler! There are two things in this world that I love: Everyone, and wrestling!"
So why fight for a living?
"It isn't about fighting to me," she says. "It is about respect, and equality, and showing everyone out there, especially young women and little girls, that just because you are a girl, doesn't mean you have to compromise being a female to be strong. If you work hard enough, and stay true to yourself, anything is possible!"
One of the most powerful women in independent wrestling Mary Elizabeth employs an arsenal of high-impact power moves and punishing submissions to secure victories over her opponents, who are often stronger males! She uses a modified STF called "Taste My Rainbow" as the most consistent way to finish off her opponents. But she also uses the backstabber, RKO, and a leaping savat kick to put opponents away as well.
Whether she is meeting and greeting fans, in the ring, or out on the town, it is next to impossible to keep your eyes off of this statuesque beauty. She is a stunner in and out of the ring and has her eyes set on the Magnificent Ladies Wrestling Championship.
Credit: Benjamin Kimera