After a hiatus of more than a year, Resistance Pro Wrestling is returning. RPro was scheduled to return on July 25, but it has been postponed due to the health pandemic.
With Tampa as the new home of RPro, I am very happy to see RPro return and with its original name, although a bit sad that I won't be at these shows. It's a bit of a long road trip. I will be following and cheering from Chicago though!
I have met so many interesting and talented wrestlers at RPro over the years. Holidead is certainly near the top of that list.
I had heard about Holidead on the indy wrestling scene and was excited abot seeing her perform at RPro. She did not disappoint. Shortly after debuting in the Resistance, she won the Woman's title from Rachael Ellering. She held the title for 223 days before dropping it to Roni Nicole.
Holidead has achieved a lot outside of RPro. PWI ranked her #95 in the 2019 PWI Top 100 Females. She won the RWA Woman's title twice. She also won the SHINE Tag Team title and the NWA International tag team titles (with Thunder Rosa as The Twisted Sisters).
Holidead has a unique look. I always like facepaint on wrestlers. It's a throwback to some old school talent like the Road Warriors.
I don't know if Holidead will reappear in RPro, but I wouldn't bet against it. You never know. She would certainly be a welcome addition.
Holidead and me in Summit, IL-May 2018.