Sarah Stock

Sep 7, 2009 - by Jamie Cruickshank

sarah stock

Real name: Sarah Stock
Height: 5’4″
Weight: 125 lbs.
Date of birth: March 4, 1979
From: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Pro debut: February 2002
Trained by: Phil Lafon, Eddie Watts, & Diluvio Negro 1
Finishing move: Tiger Driver
Recap: Gerweck interviews Sarita

Biography

– Stock graduated from the University of Manitoba with a major in chemistry
– In her early career, Stock worked the Canadian indies under a variety of different names, including ‘Sarah Stone’, ‘Sarah Swayze’, ‘Sweet Sarah’ and ‘Sarah Griffin’. She also worked under a mask as ‘Canadian Dark Angel’
– By early 2003, Stock was primarily competing under her real name
– In mid-2003, Stock moved to Monterrey, Mexico, in an attempt to improve her skills by working with the lucha promotions in the area
– On October 17, 2003, Stock (as Dark Angel) defeated Simply Luscious to win the vacant LLF Juvenil Title
– Stock worked a Ring Of Honor dark match on November 28, 2003, losing to Allison Danger
– On March 19, 2004, Dark Angel defeated Princesa Sugehit to retain the LLF Juvenil Title
– On June 11, Dark Angel defeated Poly Star to win the Nuevo Leon Womens Title
– On March 27, 2005, Dark Angel defeated Princesa Sujei to win the FILL Womens Title
– At CMLL Juicio Final 2005, Dark Angel, Diana La Cazadora & Marcela defeated La Amapola, La Medusa & Princesa Sujei
– On February 16, 2006, Dark Angel & Marcela defeated La Nazi & Hiroka to win the Mariana Trophy
– At CMLL’s 73rd Anniversary Show, Dark Angel, Lady Apache & Marcela defeated La Amapola, Princesa Sujei & Hiroka
– At CMLL Sin Piedad 2006, Dark Angel, Marcela & Sahori defeated La Amapola, Princesa Sujei & Hiroka
– Stock returned north of the border to compete for SHIMMER in June 2007
– At CMLL’s 74th Anniversary Show, Dark Angel, Luna Magica & Marcela defeated La Amapola, Princesa Sujei & Hiroka
– Stock travelled to Japan for the first time in February 2009, working Fuka’s 5th Anniversary shows
– Stock wrestled a pair of TNA dark matches in April 2009 and was signed by the company shortly thereafter, though would be allowed to continue her commitments in Mexico
– Stock debuted on the July 16, 2009 episode of Impact, working as ‘Sarita’
– At CMLL’s 76th Anniversary Show, Dark Angel & Lady Apache defeated La Amapola & Hiroka
– At No Surrender 2009, Sarita & Taylor Wilde defeated The Beautiful People (Madison Rayne & Velvet Sky) in the final of a tournament to become the first TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champions
– At Bound For Glory 2009, Sarita & Taylor Wilde defeated The Beautiful People (Madison Rayne & Velvet Sky) to retain the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– At Turning Point 2009, Sarita, Taylor Wilde & ODB defeated The Beautiful People (Angelina Love, Velvet Sky & Madison Rayne) to retain both the TNA Knockouts Title for ODB and the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles for Wilde & Sarita
– In July 2010, Sarita turned on Wilde, ending their team
– On the July 15, 2010 episode of Impact, Sarita defeated Taylor Wilde in a Street Fight
– On July 26, 2010, Stock tore her triceps in a match against Angelina Love, ruling her out of action for over a month
– Stock returned to action at CMLL’s 77th Anniversary Show, as Dark Angel, Luna Magica & Marcela defeated La Amapola, Princesa Blanca & Princesa Sujei
– At CMLL Sin Piedad 2010, Dark Angel, Luna Magica & Marcela defeated Estrellita, Mima Shimoda & Tiffany
– In February 2011, Sarita debuted her kayfabe cousin ‘Rosita’, with the duo going on to form the Mexican America stable
– At Victory Road 2011, Sarita & Rosita defeated Angelina Love & Winter to win the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– On the April 7, 2011 episode of Impact, Rosita & Sarita defeated The Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Velvet Sky) to retain the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– On the April 21 episode of Impact, Rosita & Sarita defeated Madison Rayne & Tara to retain the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– On the June 16 episode of Impact, Rosita & Sarita defeated Velvet Sky & Miss Tessmacher to retain the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– At Turning Point 2011, Mexican America (Anarquia, Hernandez and Sarita) defeated Ink Inc. (Jesse Neal, Shannon Moore and Toxxin)
– Following Lockdown 2012, most of Mexican America (Sarita included) disappeared from TNA television
– In August 2012, Dark Angel worked the Stardom 5STAR Grand Prix Tournament
– On January 9, 2013, after months of inactivity, Stock officially left TNA
– On April 29, Dark Angel defeated Act Yasukawa to win the vacant Wonder of Stardom Title
– On May 19, Dark Angel defeated Yuhi to retain the Wonder of Stardom Title
– On August 17, Dark Angel defeated Takumi Iroha to retain the Wonder of Stardom Title
– Dark Angel lost the Wonder of Stardom Title to Act Yasukawa on November 4, 2013, ending her run with the promotion
– On May 1, 2014, Stock defeated Bambi Hall & Serena Deeb to win the vacant MSW Womens Title, but would lose it to Hall a week later
– At CMLL’s 82nd Anniversary Show, Dark Angel defeated Princesa Sujei in what would be Stock’s final match for the company
– In September 2015, Stock signed with WWE as a developmental trainer
– Prior to reporting to WWE, Stock returned to Stardom for two farewell appearances in October 2015
– Stock officially started with WWE in November 2015
– Stock was furloughed, along with many other WWE employees, on April 15, 2020 and was officially released on September 10.
– Stock returned to in-ring competition for Robles Promotions in Mexico in April 2022, reprising her Dark Angel character

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