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Pro-Wrestling: EVE’s Jenny Sjödin Headed to Paris

Pro-Wrestling: EVE star Jenny Sjödin will be heading to Paris next month to compete in the European Grappling Championship. Full details below courtesy of EVE:

Jenny Sjödin To Paris For European Grappling Championship!

Pro-Wrestling:EVE’s “Female Fight Machine” Jenny Sjödin is heading to
Paris to compete at the North American Grappling Association’s European
Grappling Championships on December 11.

Other competitors need to beware as Sjödin is looking to complete an
incredible year of success in all forms of competition.

Jenny won the Gold Medal in the female division of Ground Control – The
UK’s Premier No Gi Grappling Tournament this past May in an impressive and
dominating manor.

The Female Fight Machine followed it up by winning the Silver Medal of the
2010 US National Championships in New Jersey, USA in June of this year.
To further point out just how impressive this was this was Jenny’s first
attempt at the US National Championships and her first venture into The
Advanced Division!

More:

Jenny was the first female to walk through the curtains of
Pro-Wrestling:EVE back at the début show this past May where she battled
her her fellow martial arts enthusiast training partner “The Professional
Face Breaker” April “Lancashire Terrier” Davids.

While Sjödin came out on the losing end of that battle she secured victory
in the rematch on October 16 at Pro-Wrestling:EVE’s Empire Strikes Back
event. The DVD of the first contest is available to purchase now at
www.EVEwrestling.com while the rematch will be available to purchase soon.

If there is one thing from this that we have learned it’s that “The Female
Fight Machine” Jenny Sjödin always enters a competition better than ever
and on the basis of how incredible her achievements have already been we
suggest those also competing at the NAGA European Grappling Championships
on December 11 in Paris, France be prepared for the fight of their lives!

Please join us in giving your support and wishing her the best of luck!

You can follow Jenny on twitter @JennySjdin in addition to following EVE
Management @ProWrestlingEVE

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