To say that Indie Princess Jordynne Price’s wrestling style is rough and tumble is an understatement of massive muscular proportions.
Booming body slams, forceful shoulder to body smashes, brutal forearm slaps across the chest, and that’s when she’s in a good mood.
Watching her matches you wonder how long she can last.
Recently posted on her Facebook and Women’s Pro Wrestling Network, on March 31, 2016 they shared, “The professional wrestler known as “The Last Pure Athlete” Jordynne Grace has announced on her Facebook that, after receiving x-rays, she’s found to have a compression fracture in her neck. For bookers that have her scheduled in upcoming weeks, she’s stated that she’ll update them on whether or not she’ll have the need to cancel shows. Fans planning to attend events that she was originally scheduled for should check with the promotion for any changes. The WPN wishes Jordynne Grace a speedy recovery.”
We do as well.
Having said that, we also somehow get the feeling that Jordynne only knows one gear and in the ring, it’s always on full throttle.
Researching so many of the other beautiful Indie girls like Rock C, Deonna Purrazzo, Mandy Leon, Tessa Blanchard, Heidi Lovelace, Santana Garrett, Jessie McKay, Shazza McKenzie, Kat Green and other ring cuties, their high flying acrobatic styles tend to lend to longevity.
Jordynne with her gorgeous feminine thick thighs and sexy muscle chick broad shoulders seems to be more from the Seleziya Sparx, Kacee Carlisle and Kat Von Heez tough chick school of wrestling.
Please keep the medics on stand bye.
But hey, as the expression goes, everybody loves her. It must be working.
Let’s listen in. She makes for a great interview. The industry can’t stop fawning over her.
At the respected site pwmania.com they smile, “For her, the age of 15 meant an introduction into the world of professional wrestling as an in ring trainee and it started her journey to wrestling in several different states, as well as other countries in just a few short years. Growing up, the Texas native watched the WWE product often, but it was the live experience of attending independent shows in her early years that prompted her to pursue a career in the squared circle.”
As fate would have it, in 2010 when Jordynne found a wrestling school that she liked, her family was going to relocate out of the area.
What would Jordynne do? Stay or leave with her family?
At only 15 years old, Jordynne had a job and with her parent’s permission continued to stay in Austin and pursue her love of wrestling. Her family has always been supportive of her chosen career path.
At Femcompetitor Magazine we have researched hundreds of stories but we have never heard of one where a 15 year old lived own her own to pursue her sport like this one. Modeling? Yes. Acting? Yes.
Residing close to the Mexican border, our star took the initiative to train with Lucha Libre Femenil, a women’s wrestling group there. Getting use to that style of wrestling which can be stiff and rough was one thing. Getting used to her new culture and not being able to speak Spanish was another.
She stayed the course.
The informative industry site ewrestlingnews.com adds, “A bright student, Grace was able to graduate at 16 and wanted to compete as much as possible so she relocated to St. Louis as a part of a group that wanted to further their wrestling skills.
In 2014, she began to make a name for herself using an athletic and strength based style, and since that time has been afforded opportunities with some of the more well-known independent groups. Combat Zone Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Beyond Wrestling, and dozens of others have all been added to her resume, as she has become one of the most anticipated rising talents on the independent scene.”
This girl has moxie. And beautiful muscles.
BTW, athletic and strength based style is a euphemism for rough and tumble.
She also is extremely adventurous, even if it’s an adventure that she doesn’t really care for.
In her many interviews when asked what she likes least about the Indie Wrestler’s life, she is very forth coming about the arduous road travel. The long trips in a car, sometimes with 5-6 squeezed in, is really tough.
Traveling across Texas is a super long stretch that can easily take 8-12 hours depending upon traffic. Travel like that over and over, the hotels and cities in any state start to look alike.
In the 1960s, there were many a car on the side of the road letting the radiator cool off.
Oh by the way. What happens on the road, stays on the road.
Her road trips have also taken her from the Indie world into our female submission wrestling world as she has worked with the long time industry legend Sleeperkid.
Her pictures there are super sexy. If you Goggle Jordynne Grace, Sleeperkid and click on images, you’ll see what I mean.
There is also this incredible page at Sleeperkid’s site where you’ll see pictures of all of the Indie wrestlers and submission wrestlers that he has worked with over the years. It’s a photo bonanza of “A” list talent in both industries.
Pretty amazing. http://www.sleeperkidsworld.com/order/roster.htm
Want to keep traveling with Jordynne?
Let’s travel to Austin where she has spent much of her formative years.
Austin is the capital of Texas and the seat of Travis County.
Located in Central Texas, Austin is the 11th-most populous city in the U.S. and the fourth-most populous city in Texas. It is the fastest growing of the largest 50 US cities.
As of July 1, 2014, Austin had a population of 912,791 (U.S. Census Bureau estimate). The city is the cultural and economic center of the Austin–Round Rock metropolitan area, which had an estimated population of 2,000,860 as of July 1, 2015.
Like Jordynne, sounds very powerful.
The central business district of Austin is home to some of the tallest condo towers in the state, with The Austonian topping out at a stellar 56 floors.
Do you have a minute?
Check the Austonian out at theaustonian.com
They are proud of their award winning building.
They smile, “Located at the intersection of Congress Avenue and Second Street, The Austonian luxury condominiums looks out onto downtown Austin and the Texas Hill Country as the tallest residential building in Texas. Residents enjoy unparalleled services and amenities, and an unrivaled location in the heart of downtown Austin – offering the highest level of living that is only available at The Austonian.”
Fantastic workout facilities with a view.
Cool off with a swim.
The fun city site austintexas.org whispers, “The secret is out. Everyone who visits Austin these days leaves with something great to say. They can’t stop talking about our legendary live music, burgeoning restaurant scene and unique culture. And a list of other things that you just have to experience for yourself to truly understand what makes Austin so Austin. The rest of the country has already taken notice. And it’s time you did.”
We agree. We want to go.
This writer being from the Bryan, College Station, Texas area was always fascinated with the beautiful water ways in Austin. As a tennis fan following the American super star Andy Roddick, he spoke highly of living in Austin.
The entertaining magazine waterwaysmag.com goes even further. They sparkle, “The lakes, creeks, streams, pools and waterfalls that lace through Austin and the surrounding Hill Country inspired the creation of Waterways, a magazine that explores the communities defined by water. Offering readers a true visual treat, Waterways investigates the lives and activities of people in this setting of legendary natural beauty.”
The global travel lonelyplanet.com loves the robust region as well. “You’ll see it on bumper stickers throughout the city: ‘Keep Austin Weird.’ And while old-timers grumble that Austin has lost its funky charm, the city has mostly managed to hang on to its laid-back vibe. Though this former college town with a hippie soul has seen an influx of tech types and movie stars, there’s still a strong contingent of residents who just want to focus on their music or write their novel or annoy their neighbors with crazy yard art.
You may have heard Austin is a music town, earning it the title of ‘Live Music Capital of the World.’ The city now hosts two major music festivals, South by Southwest (SXSW) and the Austin City Limits Festival.”
Did someone mention college town?
As we say goodbye to Austin, we’ll paint it in Longhorn orange.
Jordynne spent some time in a really lively and fascinating region.
Her wrestling career continues to be lively and fascinating as well.
Her reviews speak to this.
At the fan friendly site cagematch.net, in 2014 a fan speaks for many. “This young girl is loaded with potential. Has a bright future ahead of her. Already in the business a few years, and is only 18 as of now. Has a really nice spine buster. I hope she does play her cards right, because I could see a possible WWE or TNA run in her future.”
After watching her spine buster ferociously applied to Miss Maulie, we agree.
When we do our research here at Femcompetitor Magazine, some wrestlers really stand out in terms of excitement. Jordynne has been wrestling so long, so hard and very far that even at the tender age of 20, in this article we’ve only scratched the surface of her maddening and thunderous pace.
The girl is non-stop.
A personal trainer, she works at a fitness club and wrestles as much as she can.
Her personality is off the charts. She even likes “creepers” who electronically stalk the women wrestlers they love and leave naughty photos and messages.
This girl is a ton of fun.
What caught our attention was her match against Kacee Carlisle. That was one super sexy match as we watch two tough shapely chicks go at it rough and tumble. Jordynne’s gorgeous thick legs were to die for. Anyway, if it’s still up, you can watch it here:
When asked in one of her interviews about her future, Jordynne passionately expressed that she would love to get a contract and wrestle full-time.
We will keep wishing for that too, because when you wish upon a star…….
Beautiful dreams come true.
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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.
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