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Interview with Dangerous Heart


March 22, 2004 (10:33am): Patch: Hello, Dangerous Heart. Welcome to the Squared Circle Newsletter, & to Patch's Place. Thanks for taking time to chat with me.

DH: Hi Patch. It's my pleasure. Thank you for having me here.

Patch: Ok, let's start off with the basics: Height, home town, who you were trained by, & activities away from the ring.

DH:I am 5'6 1/2" tall. I live in Oneida, Tn. It's a small town. I haven't been trained to wrestle yet, but I'm hoping I'll get to do that sometime down the road. As for activities away from the ring I'm a pretty boring person. ha-ha I enjoy watching movies of all kinds. My favorite have to be horror movies. Those are the best! When I have a spare moment I try to sit and relax with a book.

Patch: How long have you been in wrestling?

DH: I have been in wrestling for a little bit over 2 years.

Patch: When did you work your first show, and with whom did you work it?

DH: I made my debut on October 28th, 2001. I had joined an alliance with Jon Diamond and The Diamond Foundation. Needless to say, it wasn't a very good birthday present for my dad. ha-ha

Patch: Do you work primarily heel or baby, and which do you prefer?

DH: I began being a heel, and currently I am a baby. I prefer being a heel because you can get away with more things. ha-ha

Patch: Do you ever help your man win his match?

DH: Of course I help my man out! What kind of a manager would I be if I didn't?

Patch: Whoa now! Don't get dangerous, Dangerous! Don't throw that vase at me! I'm just doing my job!

DH: I'll let it slide this once. =)

Patch: Who are you currently valeting for?

DH: As of right now I am managing for CJ Summers and The Orphan. I'm hoping Gabe Casteel gets to return to the ring soon since he's been injured.

Patch: What is the best crowd response that you've ever gotten? Positive or negative.

DH: There are two responses that stick out in my mind. The first was with my debut as a heel. I had on a robe which covered my appearance up from head to toe, and when Jon Diamond introduced me and I took the robe off the whole crowd gasped and then began to boo. The second was when I turned face and got rid of Jon Diamond. The crowd went wild with cheers and claps.

Patch: What promotions have you worked for in the past, & which ones are you currently working for?

DH: I've always worked for the Southern Wrestling Alliance, but maybe I'll get to broaden my horizon and work with more promotions.

Patch: Are you currently involved in any feuds? If so, whom with & how did it start?

DH: I'm not really into a feud right now, but I do have a problem with Hailey Hatred and Hex. Hailey decided to throw powder in CJ Summer's face to help out Hex, which in return costed CJ the SWA Cruiserweight title. I am NOT happy about that, and I can't wait until the rematch. We WILL get the title back one way or another.

Patch: What can fans expect to see from you when they see you for the first time?

DH: They can expect to see me running around the ring, yelling, getting the crowd involved, and of course....helping my guy out.

Patch: Who are your favorite wrestlers?

DH: The Rock, Shawn Michaels, Molly Holly, Ivory, Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, and Kane.

Patch: If you could manage anyone from the WWE, who would it be & why?

DH: Do I have to pick just one? lol I'd love to manage The Rock. The guy has it all. He has the talent to put on a great match along with psychology. He's a great entertainer. The Rock has the looks, witty, and he puts everything he has in every match he competes in.

Patch: What has been your toughest challenge?

DH: The toughest challenge I've had to overcome is being accepted by the fans and wrestlers as being more than just eye candy. For a long time the fans just expected me to stand there and do nothing, but that's not what I am about. I love getting involved. It's definitely a rush. So, the hardest part has been to just be taken seriously because I am a woman. I want people to say, "WOW, she's really talented." Rather than, "Hey, look at that pretty girl over there. She's so hot!"

Patch: Dangerous, we give the stars we interview a chance to say anything they want about the wrestling business. This is your time. Shoot...

DH: Wrestling isn't for everybody, but if you have the desire then you should go for it. It's hard work, but if you put in all your effort and are determined then it will pay off. You can't let other people tell you that you can't do it. When someone tells me that, it just makes me want to prove them wrong, and pushes me to do more. My advice is to just follow your heart and dreams. You'll know what you need to do.

Patch: Where can fans find you on the web?

DH: There's actually several places I can be found on the net. I can be found on my webpage: www.geocities.com/dangerous_heart2002/ SWA's page: www.southernwrestlingalliance.ismad.com or on G.L.O.R.Y. www.glorywrestling.com

Patch: Dangerous Heart, thank you for your time, & the best of luck in your career.

DH: You're very welcome. I've had a great time. You take care. Maybe we can do this again sometime =)

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Source: Patch, Squared Circle News



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