Name: Portia Perez
AKA: The Canadian Ninja
Weight: 127 lbs
Hometown: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Trained By: Dave Dalton – UWA Battleground Academy – Ottawa, Ontario
Pro Debut: December 2003
ACW Debut: 09/09/2007 “A Matter of Life and Death”
Signature Moves: Just Facelock, Spinning Heel Kick, Shell Shock, One-legged Dropkick, Various Knee Strikes
Finishing Moves: Super Kick
American Joshi Championship - 8/23/2009 - "Distrust, Dismay & Anti-Social Behavior" - Defeated Daffney Unger, Diamond Icee, Jessica James, Angel Blue & Rachel Summerlyn in an elimination scramble on to become the first Joshi Champion.
American Joshi Championship (2) - 06/27/10 - American Joshi Queen of Queens 2010 - Defeated Lady Poison (who was defending Jessica James' title) in the finals of the tournament.
Queen of Queens Tournament - 06/27/10 - American Joshi Queen of Queens 2010 - Defeated Lady Poison in the finals of the tournament.
Anarchy Heavyweight Champion - 11/12/11 - 2011 Lone Star Classic - Defeated former champion Darin Childs & Rachel Summerlyn in the first round of the tournament
Other Titles Held:
Great Canadian Wrestling WILD Championship, Main Event Wrestling Women’s Championship, SHIMMER Women Athletes Tag Title with Nicole Matthews
Notable Feuds and Alliances:
Feuds: Rachel Summerlyn, Lady Poison, anyone else who stands in her way
Alliances: Tags with Nicole Matthews in “The Canadian NINJAS – Previously associated with Robert Evans (Perevans), still maintains control over Super-Electro
Personal History: (In her own words) “When I first got into wrestling I was just 15 years old and I was bright-eyed and excited because one day I would be the best in the world. I knew it. Seven years later I’ve been all over the world. I’ve wrestled my heroes and I’ve beat the best. I can look myself in the mirror and say “I have become the best in the world.”
But no matter what I do, no matter who I beat, there’s always something in my head that says to me I’m not good enough, that it wasn’t good enough. It was never quite perfect.
And for seven years, I’ve never gone to a dance or a party or a birthday or a wedding because I thought that maybe that one show that I was going to miss to do something important in my life would be the one show where everything might have finally come together, where I might actually be able to sleep at night. And I’ve just pissed away friendships and thrown away relationships because wrestling was the only thing that was ever important to me. I didn’t care if my jaw was sticking out of my face or my back was broken because I needed to wrestle that night to see if it was finally the night when everything would go perfect.
I used to think that I was afraid. Then I realized there’s nothing that you can do to me that I haven’t already done to myself."