As the year 2017 comes to an end the Squared Circle Sirens teams will be highlighting different wrestlers from across the globe that we feel have made an impact over the past 365 days! Today we will be looking at Jordynne Grace!
2017 was the breakout year for Jordynne Grace, and what a year for a breakout star to have. Jordynne has been a prominent feature of promotions ranging from WSU, to Shine, to WWR, to Nova Pro.
Starting in 2017 with WSU, Jordynne defeated the likes of Britt Baker, Faye Jackson before stepping up to her biggest challenge in the company, the WSU champion, Mercedes Martinez. Although Jordynne did not capture the title, she clearly showed she was making a mark in the company as a viable competitor for the champion.
Jordynne continued her impressive ways into Shine, debuting in July in the Shine Nova Championship tournament. Jordynne impressed with victories over Aria Blake and La Rosa Negra before falling in the semi-finals of the tournament. Jordynne would end up challenging for the Shine Nova title on two separate occasions almost capturing the title both times.
Jordynne has also been a staple for WWR, defeating the likes Renee Michelle, Tessa Blanchard, and Rachael Ellering in 2017 before heading into the Tournament For Tomorrow, defeating Skylar, Tasha Steelz and Davienne to be crowned the winner of the one day tournament.
Jordynne is also a key player for Nova Pro, standing in the ring against the likes of Angelus Layne, Allie Kat, Veda Scott and being the last woman standing on Team Faye in the 5 on 5 elimination tag match at 11th Dimension. Jordynne even had a match of the night candidate against Fred Yehi in October that had the crowd solidly behind her and again showing what she can bring to the table.
She’s the last pure athlete, she’s thick mama pump, and she’s the truth. If 2017 is any kind of sign of what’s to come, Jordynne Grace is about to destroy 2018 the same way she’s been destroying whoever stands across from her in the ring.