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Interview With Pro Wrestler Lois Grain


Photographer: Denise Vasquez Pro Wrestler on the Cover: Lois Grain

Featured Interview in PROMOTE Magazine issue 4 June 2024


Where are you based & Where did you grow up? 


San Diego/San Diego


Did you always want to be a Professional wrestler?


I never watched wrestling growing up. I never knew what it was. I actually went to college for acting but ended up graduating with a degree in Psychology.


When did you become interested in wrestling? 


I was in a circus, and they rented out their venue space to other performance groups. 

One of those groups was a professional wrestling show called Super Awesome Showdown.  They asked me if I would be interested in being in it as a manager because I was so tall. 

I did it and I yelled at a kid in the audience, and he yelled at ""I hate you! You suck!"  And I thought, wow this kid is gonna get in trouble, then his parents turned around and were like "yeah, you suck!"  It was the most incredible feeling in the world.  I decided right then that I didn't care that much about the circus but I really really wanted to wrestle


Is there any training you have to do to prepare for Professional wrestling?


Yes, you have to train, sometimes for years


How do you come up with your awesome moves? Do you practice before your matches? 


I practice the moves when I'm training. I try to put my own special spin on them! We do not practice the match ahead of time, but we practice the moves when we train.


Do you have any signature moves you’re known for? 


Leg drop


Tell us about Butts & Butt Wrestling?


Butts are awesome, enough said!  Butt wrestling is just using the largest, strongest part of me to attack my opponent!  It's using my special weapon!


How did you become involved with Wow Super Heroes? 


I emailed them after I saw an IG post for an audition. They emailed me back and I auditioned for them!


What are your goals as a Professional Wrestler? 


To not get injured!


Is there anyone you dream of having a match or rematch with?


I really want to tag with Delilah Doom, I think we could have a lot of fun!


Do you find that the more skills, experience & connections you have the more opportunities you create for yourself?


Yes, absolutely.  Every show is a chance to connect with workers, fans, and other shows.


Do you feel female wrestlers get the same love as male wrestlers? 


Yes, sometimes, but I think it's different. There are people who really prefer women's wrestling.


If there was anything you could change about the Wrestling industry, what would it be? 


There's a lot I could say about this, but I think safety is paramount.  And not just physical safety of executing the moves properly but also the mental or emotional safety of everyone is so important and I think there is always room for improvement when it comes to that!


Any matches coming up you’d like to promote? 


Valley Wrestling Connection Family Fun Fest in Lake Elsinore, CA June 7, 8 and 9th and DreamSlam Wrestling Year 3 show in Santa Ana, CA June 21st.


Any advice for aspiring wrestlers? 


I would say to just keep working hard but don't be afraid to have fun.  Don't be afraid to experiment with gimmicks and moves.  Video tape yourself and watch the footage back.  Video tape your matches up close if possible.  If the promotion doesn't want you to post the entire match, clip out the high spots and use them to promote yourself online!


Where can people find & book you online? 


@loisgrain on TT, IG and YT, for bookings email buttwrestling@gamil.com


Anything else you want to add? 


I would encourage everyone to go see your local professional wrestling show.  There is nothing like seeing it live and cheering and booing the wrestlers who are 5 feet away from you!


Click the link to purchase your copy of PROMOTE Magazine issue 4 June 2024!




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