In preparation for writing these interviews, I always read other sources to get a feel of the wrestler first. Much like yourselves, I’m also very new to a lot of these athletes, so it’s just as much a joy discovering them as it is writing about them. In the case of today’s interviewee, I can’t find much! Now, I’m not saying that’s because she hasn’t done much, it just means there’s not much of an online profile of her. Which is good for me because it means I can give her a much-deserved starting block. What better way to do that is for the lady herself to fill us in. So join me today as I have a quick 5 mins with…
Name Harlow O’Hara
Years in the business I started training with Robert Gibson in May 2016. I had my debut in February 2017- in total 1 year and 5 months!
What is your biggest / best accomplishment so far? So far in the 8 months, since I’ve debuted, I would have to say the biggest accomplishment I’ve achieved would be working overseas in Ireland for my first international dates in September 2017. I wrestled for PWU (Pro Wrestling Ulster) in Northern Ireland and for OTT (Over The Top) in Dublin for their Contenders 3 show! It was an incredible experience and very close to my heart. I learned a lot, had some of my best matches, and got to work with some amazing people. Also, recently I just won my first title and I am now the reigning Anarchy Women’s Champion!
Who are your role models? I look up to so many people in this industry- but off the top of my head, I would have to say, Robert Gibson, Lita, Beth Phoenix, Eddie Guerrero, The Hardy Boyz, Charlotte Flair, and Natalya Neidhart.
Where can fans most likely find you? Currently, you can catch me at APCW (Robert Gibson’s promotion), Anarchy, and New South in the next couple of months. But I am expanding and working all over as much as possible.
What are your goals for the next few years? My current goals are to continue learning, evolving and expanding my fan base. I want to improve my skill and make a credible/sought after name for myself. I’m also working towards traveling more and, working overseas. One day I aim to make it to a larger stage, and be able to play a role (even if it is just small one) in the current women’s revolution/evolution in the wrestling industry!
I think it’s safe to say that she will be a massive part of women’s wrestling in years to come, so make sure you follow her on Twitter (here) to keep up to date. As always, if you have a favorite female wrestler get in touch and we’ll aim to give her some spotlight.