Sierra Loxton is a female British pro wrestler working in the UK indies.
What made you want to become a professional wrestler?
I remember just watching it on the TV one morning, and at first I didn't like it, but the more I watched it the more interesting it became to me. I would watch it every Sunday as "WWE Superstars" and fell in love and then I decided that I wanted to become a wrestler.
Is it everything you expected it to be, is it easier to do or harder then expected?
Oh God, it's way harder then I thought. Even when I started training I couldn't roll or do anything. People come and thinks it's easy ( especially me) but it's the hardest thing I've ever done but it's worth it a million percent.
Have made your debut outside the UK? If so how do the British crowds compare and if not where would like to go globally?
I haven't wrestled outside the UK yet but it's what I definitely would want to do. I would love to wrestle everywhere, all around the world is the dream.
In wrestling you have bit of everything strong style high flying storytelling and even comedy. What do you believe is most important factor or is it indeed a combination?
People have all different styles in wrestling so each style is important. It's personal preference really, everyone gets entertained differently and that's what being a wrestler is, entertaining people.
What would you say is your biggest inspiration for being a wrestler and how do you cope with your every day life in regard to training, travelling and performing in front of crowds?
Well I've always wanted to be a performer, I used to do dance, do netball, play musical instruments, be apart of theatre shows so when I did find wrestling my inspiration was that. How I watched everyone wrestle and how passionate they were about it inspired me as I feel the same way about it. That was my inspiration. It's tough but you get used to it and have to out yourself into a routine to cope. When I did make my debut and started getting on shows a lot more that's when it got tough but you get used to it and keep going.
Did you ever have anything else lined up in case or did you know you were always destined become a performer?
Nope, once I decided I wanted to become a wrestler that was it, I found a training school and went and stayed ever since to do what I love.
What advice would you give to someone who is training, or is due to start training, to be a professional wrestler?
Just go for it. Don't expect it to be easy because it's not. But if that's what you want to do then go for it. There are very good schools around the UK so it's a lot easier to find them now.
What are your thoughts on the current state of British wrestling compared to American or Japanese?
I don't really know how to answer that haha. Ummmm, wrestling is wrestling, it's different everywhere you go.
Where would like see yourself in the wrestling business in 3 years?
I'd like to be wrestling all over the world and making a name for myself.