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Sit down with Amber Rodriguez

I recently had the chance to sit down with the lovely Amber Rodriguez and talked alittle about her background and also tried to get her comments on her recent turn of Gfed and Buck Chyld and what her future holds inside the ring and with the Black Wall Street.


Q. How did you get your start in the pro wrestling and where did you train?

A. I always loved wrestling since I was a kid and when I was 14 that's when my brother started training at Gillberg's Wrestling Academy so then about year after he started I started going. I figured since I loved it so much why not make it a reality.

Q. Your motto is your the "Barbie Killer". How did you come up with that and why are you so different then the other female wrestlers?

A. I came up with that because I don't want to be that cookie cutter image. I don't desire to be a diva. I think there's a strong difference between divas and female wrestlers. I don't want to be the typical "tits and ass" wrestler, I want to be known for that I can work inside the ring. I want people to look at me and think damn she looks good and she's good inside the ring.

Q. At the Tag Teams war show you turned your back on Gfed and Buck Chyld. Why did you turn on them and was this something you had planned?  

A. The best way to put it is I'm with my own kind now. I'm not going to stand by these so called "wiggers" and there pretending to be something there not. They probably grew up in the suburbs. I came up from the streets and I made something of myself. I'm a paper chaser and that's what The Black Wall Street is all about. As far as they go it's time for them to be exposed for what they really are.

Q. How is your importance going to be to the Black Wall Street?

A. I am the co-captain next to Drolix. I am appreciated. I am the H.B.I.C of Black Wall Street. Instead of being stuck in the corner treated like this is my first day on the job im done with all that. I feel like I have the respect of BWS and I'm going to hold my end up of the bargain.

Q. How do you think your joining of BWS has all of a sudden gave Drolix a title match so quickly?

A. I would say to take a look at me. I mean you got this powerful woman now with BWS and they say behind every great man is a greater woman but it should be next to every great man is a great woman and that's exactly what this is. I am pushing them and getting the best out of them.

Q. Anything you would like to say to your fans and MCW fans?

A. Considering me going with BWS. I have proven that I'm better off without the fans. What have they done for me I don't need them!

Bodyslam Autism 4 – THE LINEUP!!!!

Bodyslam Autism 4 - Friday April 25th

MCW Heavyweight Championship

Christian York vs. Drolix

Special Grudge Match

Ryan McBride vs. C-Fed

MCW Rage Championship

Ruckus vs. Chuck Lennox

MCW Tag Team Championship - No DQ Dundalk Street Fight

Napalm Bomb and Solo vs. G-Fed & Buckchyld

For the complete lineup:

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Press Release for Bodyslam Autism 4

During Autism Awareness Month 2014, Maryland Championship Wrestling, Jimmy Cicero & Sean Waltman (Formerly X-Pac) Come Together to Body Slam Autism.

Autism is a developmental disorder that affects an estimated 1.5 Million individuals in the United States and tens of Millions worldwide. Today, it is estimated that one in every 88 Children and One in Fifty Four boys are diagnosed with Autism. 

Matt Bowman who performed as a Professional Wrestler under the stage name "The Wiseguy" Jimmy Cicero for over two decades now uses his notoriety to bring awareness to Autism. In Early 2009 when Bowman and his Wife Windra learned that their young son was autistic, he returned to the ring for the sole Purpose of promoting Autism Awareness. Bowman's Mission became even more important to his family when his second son was also diagnosed with Autism.

"Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the United States," says Matt Bowman, Husband and Father of two autistic sons ages 4 & 6. "Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to have autism."

Co Owner of MCW Dan McDevitt is a long time friend of Matt Bowman and on April 25th, they will team up with Sean Waltman to Body Slam Autism. "I am ecstatic to be a part of this event and to be assisting Matt in his efforts to raise money for Autism Awareness, "says McDevitt.

"For me, raising Autism Awareness achieves victory on two different fronts. It allows me the opportunity to encourage families who suspect that a loved one may potentially be on the autism spectrum to seek an early diagnosis which in turn can lead to early intervention. I also am able to build bridges within the special needs community. The daily challenges that families with autism face are monumental, for me to be able to share information and provide support is absolutely invaluable." Bowman Said.

Read more: Press Release for Bodyslam Autism 4

It's as easy as 1,2,3

Scott Hall recently made his debut appearance in MCW so it only seems right that Sean Waltman follows him here to join in the fight to Bodyslam Autism on Friday April 25th at The Green Room in Dundalk, MD.   On a magic evening on Monday Night RAW in 1993 Hall as Razor Ramon made the then "123 Kid" an international superstar when The Kid pinned Razor's shoulders to the mat in a special $10,000 challenge match. 

First known as The Lightning Kid in the Global Wrestling Federation Sean's career has morphed through several other name changes but most famously known as X-PAC in D-Generation X, Syxx in the NWO and maybe more infamously as a card carrying member of "The Kliq".

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