Wrestling By The Numbers: Valerie ‘SoCal Val’ Wyndham
TNA Wrestling has announced the release of long-time employee Valerie ‘SoCal Val’ Wyndham. The 27-year-old Beverly Hills California native had worked for the company for the past 8-years after debuting in January of 2005 as a ringside girl for the organization’s weekly pay-per-view events. Wyndham worked regularly for TNA but was officially signed to a contract in August of 2006. She has held numerous roles including being a ring announcer, interviewer, merchandise model and is remembered for managing both Jay Lethal and briefly Sonjay Dutt.
Valerie Wyndham is an 11-year veteran of professional wrestling who first debuted in 2002 after being signed by the independent wrestling organization Goldenstate Championship Wrestling. Wyndham was trained by GSCW and went on to work for numerous independent organizations including Women Extreme Wrestling, NWA Florida and Full Impact Pro among others. In 2005 she also appeared on WWE Smackdown in a backstage vignette featuring wrestler Luther Reigns.
Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Valerie ‘So Cal Val’ Wyndham by the numbers…
* 7 Matches Managed on TNA Pay-Per-View.
* 1 Event As A Ring Announcer on TNA Pay-Per-View.
* 3 Events As An Interviewer ( 10th Most All-Time ) on TNA Pay-Per-View. (First Pay-Per-View Event: 2011 Destination X. Last Pay-Per-View Event: 2013 Hardcore Justice)