Teal Piper signs for WOW-Women of Wrestling

WOW-Women of Wrestling today announced that Teal Piper, the daughter of the late WWE Hall of Famer Rowdy Roddy Piper has signed with the promotion and will make her debut during their September 18 and 19 live events in Los Angeles at the Belasco Theater.

Piper is now doing wrestling training at the WOW training center in Long Beach, California, under the guidance of Selina Majors, the former professional wrestler who used to be known as Bambi.

“Wrestling has always been a part of me, and while no one can ever replace my dad, I hope to make sure no one ever forgets him,” Teal Piper said in the press release.

“WOW is proud to welcome Teal on board as the newest member of our family of Superheroes,” Buss said. “Her father, Roddy, left an indelible mark not only on wrestling, but on countless fans across the world. His spirit is alive and well within her, and the drive she has shown during her training sessions has been truly incredible to watch. WOW is honored to join Teal on her journey, as she pays tribute to Roddy’s legacy while blazing a new trail that is entirely her own.”

WOW returns for its second season on a new night and time, premiering Saturday, September 7 at 8PM on AXS TV.

Teal Piper will be part of the Casino Battle Royale at the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view on August 31 where she will have a shot at becoming one of the contenders for the vacant AEW Women’s title.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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