Thunder Rosa is a woman of action in between the ropes and outside the ring. A perfect example of that is tonight’s presentation of her “Hell Hath No Fury” event which features all women talent on the card.
“Hell Hath No Fury” is under the banner of Rosa’s very own Mission Pro Wrestling promotion out of central Texas and is available to watch on The Title Match Wrestling Network. In a new interview with WrestleZone’s Dominic DeAngelo, the NWA Women’s World’s Champion talked about the vast amount of talent performing on the card. Rosa herself will defending her title once more this week as she takes on Lindsay Snow.
“We’ve been working our asses off, man. It’s gonna be amazing,” Rosa said before going over a list of competitors which includes AEW’s Big Swole in one of the headline bouts. “She’s having something with La Rosa Negra, who’s like a fire cracker. She’s one of the best wrestlers coming out of Puerto Rico so I can’t wait to see that match.”
— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) September 18, 2020
For the event, Rosa brought in a fellow NWA Women’s World’s Champion in Jazz to help agent and is extremely proud of all the women putting the work in for one common goal – to further put women’s wrestling on the map.
“It’s run by females and we’re giving them time to freakin’ wrestle and that’s what it’s all about and we want to showcase what we can do and man, I have invested so much. My husband, my friend, and I, I’m gonna say it, it’s not all me. We have invested so much financially and running female shows that it’s not like your typical Ryse, Shimmer, you know. It’s just different because we believe in what we can do as professional athletes. I’m a huge advocate on this man. I don’t just run my mouth and just start being a Twitter police, or Twitter warrior. I put my money where my mouth is, man. And I’m putting money of my own that I make on the indies that I make on my own doing on side jobs to invest in women’s wrestling.”
And there’s no doubt that Rosa is all about being a woman of her word.
“I’m a woman of action – inside and outside of the ring. You don’t agree with me? Fine, you don’t got to. My work speaks louder than anything else. If you don’t agree with them, fine. You don’t got to be my friend.
“I do what I believe is right and what I believe is right, is women need more spaces in shows, more time and we need to be treated equally and I’m saying in the ring, when we get paid and everything else cause even still in 2020 this business is male-dominated.”
(Transcription credit should go to @DominicDeAngelo of WrestleZone)