Staff Bios - Ciara
Ciara was exposed to the wonderfu worldl of professional wrestling at age four by her older brother. The first time she ever saw wrestling, Randy “Macho Man” Savage was on the screen cutting a promo. Needless to say she couldn’t understand a word he said, but she remembered how flashy and bright his clothes were. After that he became her favorite. Yes, the likes of Hulk Hogan, Ted DiBiase, and the Ultimate Warrior were running around at the time, but few others interested her.
Where she lived, WWE hardly came on, it was mainly WCW territory. As she got older, she forgot about wrestling. At age eight, she stumbled across wrestling once again. Going through channels she landed on WCW Nitro. There were new people she had not previously seen or recognized. Not sure of what she was watching, her brother said, “Its WCW! Don’t you remember WCW?” She gave him a look of pure disgust, then focused on the match - Rey Mysterio, Jr. vs. Juventud Guerrera. The high paced action and the high flying had her instantly hooked. Ever since that night she watched everything involving wrestling.
She bought every magazine, book, and anything she could get her hands on. She didn't consider herself a mark, just fascinated by the back stories of the business and wanted to learn more. For years she had dreams and aspirations of becoming a professional wrestler until her later teenage years. Even though she never made it in the business, she still loves it. Unlike most, she doesn’t take it seriously, watching it both as a fan and a critic, but mostly enjoys making fun of the ridiculousness that goes on in the business.