Women’s History Month: Disney Princesses That Would Make Amazing Pro Wrestlers

Megara

Megara

Type: Heel

Backstory: Originally a face, she sold her “soul” for revenge, and is now known throughout the industry for her treachery and dirty tactics. One of the best talker in the business, she tends to phone it in while in the ring, make viewers wonder whether her soul is truly in it.

Finisher: Hades River. She plays possum and pulls you into a Small Package Pin.

Ariel

1136752_1351620629395_full

Type: Heel

Backstory: This wrestler became obsessed with a possible love interest, to the extent that viewers didn’t know if it was kayfabe or not. Her actions actually cost her the use of her voice for a time, as well as the careers of her illustrious family.

Finisher: Under the Sea. Running Slide into a Boston Crab.

Tinkerbell

Disney-s-Peter-Pan-image-disneys-peter-pan-36193695-1440-1080

Type: Tweener

Backstory: Introduced to the industry as a valet, “Tink” has gone on the a surprisingly successful career, even becoming the defacto face of the company for years. She is not a true face or heel,  she generally looks out for herself and close friends but not for anyone else.

Finisher: Pixe Dust. She throws dust in your eyes and sucker punches you.

Repunzel

tumblr_static_-rapunzel

Type: Face

Backstory: A bubbly and energetic newcomer, she has found a nice niche as a solid mid-card wrestler. Though she has great charisma and solid mic skills, creative has failed to elevate her to greatness. She’s also never been quite the same after losing her trademark locks in a Hair vs. Hair match.

Finisher: Tangled Life. She chokes you with her hair somehow.

Elsa

elsa-frozen-fabulous

Type: Face

Backstory: Originally a heel, she was introduced as a meek but dangerous wrestler afraid of her own power. She won the crowd over after a passionate promo and crazy Frozen River match, turning face. Still early in her career, she’s already being talked about for the Hall of Fame.

Finisher: The Let It Go. Which is ironically a submission move.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s