Ruby Raze

Dec 6, 2020 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Gina Hernandez
Height: 5’9″
Date of Birth: January 12, 1979
Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Pro Debut: 2011
Trained By: Santino Bros. Wrestling Academy
Finishing Move: Soul Eater


– Raze began her career working for various California-based independent promotions
– On November 28, 2015, Raze defeated Kahmora in the final of a tournament to become the first PREMIER Womens Champion
– On March 6, 2016, Raze defeated Nicole Savoy to retain the PREMIER Womens Title
– On July 15, Raze defeated Beatrice Domino in the final of a tournament to become the first BTW Womens Champion
– On February 25, 2017, Raze defeated Datura to win the OWA Womens Title
– On May 27, Raze won the 5th Annual AWS Womens Tournament, defeating LuFisto in the final
– On July 8, Raze defeated B-Boy to win the FIST Combat Title
– On August 11, Raze defeated Ray Rosas to retain the FIST Combat Title
– On August 18, Raze fought SBW Submission Champion Eli Everfly to a no-contest
– On October 27, Raze defeated Che Cabrera to retain the now-renamed FIST Heavyweight Title
– On March 23, 2018, Raze defeated MPW Heavyweight Champion Ray Rosas by DQ
– On July 19, Raze defeated Ron McDonald to win the FIST Get FIST’d Title
– On August 16, Raze defeated Dirty Doug to retain the FIST Get FIST’d Title
– On July 27, 2019, Raze defeated Shotzi Blackheart to win the AWS Womens Title
– Raze joined the third season of the revived WOW promotion, competing as ‘Venomous’
– On September 21, 2019, Raze defeated Nurse Ratchet to retain the AWS Womens Title
– On November 27, Raze won the Rogue Wrestling Thanksgiving Throwdown Tournament, defeating Brian Cage & Chris Bey in the final
– On December 14, Raze defeated Aleyah Mia Garcia to win the EBPW Womens Title
– On January 10, 2020, Raze defeated Sumie Sakai to win the PCW ULTRA Womens Title
– On February 8, Raze defeated Kimmy Shellhammer to retain the EBPW Ladies Title

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