April Hunter

Nov 30, 2009 - by Steve Gerweck

Real name: April Hunter
Height: 5’9″
Weight: 150 lbs.
Date of birth: September 24, 1971
From: Philadelphia, PA
Pro debut: Winter 2000
Trained by: Killer Kowalski
Finishing move: HeadHunter


– Hunter debuted on WCW television as a valet for the New World Order.
– Hunter left WCW, and enrolled at Killer Kowalski’s wrestling school.
– In April 2002, Hunter was invited to a WWE try out in Cincinnati, OH.
– Hunter defeated Valentina on June 7, 2002 in Bayonne, NJ.
– On January 18, 2003, Hunter defeated Simply Luscious.
– On August 29, 2003, Hunter was in Slyk Wagner Brown’s corner as he defeated Mikey Kruel for the USA Pro Wrestling U.S. title.
– Hunter and Brown defeated the Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz on September 27, 2003 in Rahway, NJ to capture the JAP (Jersey All Pro Wrestling) Tag Team title.
– On November 21, 2003 in Scotia, PA, Hunter won the WXW Super 8 tournament, defeating Phoenix in the finals.
– Hunter defeated Tracy Brooks in a 4-women tournament final to become the first JCW (Jersey Championship Wrestling) champion on November 23, 2003 in Garfield, NJ.
– On January 9, 2004 in Woodbridge, NJ, Hunter pinned Sumie Sakai with a rolling neckbreaker.
– On May 14, 2004, Hunter won a six way match to claim the USA Pro Wrestling Women’s title in Jamaica, NY.
– Hunter once again defeated Brooks on June 26, 2004.
– On August 13, 2004 in Naugatuck, CT, the Killer Babes (Hunter and Nikki Roxx) defeated Dr. Heresy and Andre Lyonz.
– Hunter and Brown won a tag team battle royal in Philadelphia, PA to become the first 3PW Tag Team champions.
– On August 28, 2004, Hunter defeated Brooks, Trinity and Ariel in Wayne, NJ to capture the CSWF (Cyberspace Wrestling Federation) Women’s title.
– Hunter defeated Lacey on January 28, 2005 in Butler, PA to capture the FNW (Far North Wrestling) Women’s title.
– Hunter and Talia (dubbed T&A) defeated Alicia and Krissy Vaine at JAPW’s 8th Anniversary show on October 22, 2005.
– On April 6, 2006, T&A defeated Team Blondage (Amber O’Neal and Lollipop) in Atlanta, GA to capture the WEW (Women’s Extreme Wrestling) Tag Team title.

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