Women of Wrestling Podcast Episode 5 with Jetta

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Stew and Lee of the Women of Wrestling Podcast return following a hiatus with a proposition for you. We’ve got a load of guests lined up, and we’re going to try and make it up to you by delivering six shows in six weeks (or thereabouts). Strap yourselves in for a mad May, beginning with SHIMMER & Pro-Wrestling: EVE star Jetta. “Coventry’s Loudest” recently announced her retirement from wrestling at the age of just 22, and you’ll find out why in her farewell interview. We also talk injuries, Jezebel, ChickFight, SHIMMER, International Home Wrecking Crew shenanigans, the state of women’s wrestling in Britain and this coming weekend’s Pro-Wrestling: EVE show, where she’s scheduled to wrestle new WWE developmental signing Jemma Palmer (aka Gladiator Inferno) in her debut match. Stew and Lee also discuss in-depth the news coming out of last month’s SHIMMER tapings, including who really made an impression. For more on Pro-Wrestling: EVE, visit EVEwrestling.com.

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  • Mikas

    Fun interview (it took a few minutes to get used to her accent though ;-)
    Sad to see her leave wrestling at such a young age, she hasnt even reached her peak yet. But its understandable why.

  • thatguybayne

    Sad to see her go. She’s so talented and so young. Hopefully this will be a Ric Flair retirement. Lol.