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The Rise of Tasha Steelz

Tasha Steelz is a force not to be played with. She may be small but that bite is real. She demands respect in a way that is felt wherever she is. She has faced the best of the best including Mercedes Martinez, Big Swole, Jordynne Grace, and Diamante. She has no problem taking on any opponent and pushes everyone she faces to their limits. She is noted for her work in one of the most dominating tag teams in women’s wrestling history with Kiera Hogan, Fire ‘N Flava.

Last month, Steelz became the first-ever Knockouts Ultimate X winner at Hard to Kill. She is a two-time Knockouts World Tag Team Champion, a two-time Chaotic Wrestling Women’s Championship, and a former Independent Wrestling Federation Women’s Champion. She has worked in other promotions such as Ring of Honor and the National Wrestling Alliance, landing herself in the IMPACT Zone in 2019. Since her debut in IMPACT Wrestling, she continues to keep the people watching. As some hate, the momentum remains. Last year, she made her debut at number 51 on the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Women’s top 150 female singles wrestlers of 2021.

Her match at No Surrender with current IMPACT Knockouts World Champion, Mickie James, proves the passion and drive Steelz has. I believe that this is just the beginning and the singles run from Steelz is going in the right direction. One thing is for sure, Steelz continues to master her skills in the ring and on the mic, letting everyone know she is not messing around! If you think for one minute the Boricua Bad Ass is here to play around, well she is not!


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