Thursday, March 22, 2007

Cynthia Lynch/Bobcat - Women Pro Wrestlers

Cynthia Lynch/Bobcat - Women Pro Wrestlers
Ring name(s) Hardcore Ho,Bobcat,Pussy Willow,Principle Lazarus,Barroom Barbie,Cynthia Lynch
Billed height 5 ft 8 in
Billed weight 128 lbs
Born May 18, 1971,New York City, New York
Billed from New Jersey
Trained by Axl Rotten, Dawn Marie, Tom Prichard, William Regal
Pro Wrestling Debut December 1996

Cynthia Lynch is a female pro wrestler, best known as Bobcat.

Cyndi became a wrestling fan as a child. She made her debut in wrestling as a valet in December 1996 on the Northeast Indy circuit, with help from her childhood friend Dawn Marie Psaltis. She managed many popular wrestlers in that area including Steve Corino, Rik Ratchet, Pat Kenney and The Inferno Kid. Soon after that, she began training to wrestle, and participated in many mixed tag matches. She had her first singles match in February 1998 where she lost to Little Jeanne, then known as Sweet Destiny. On July 24, 1999, she won the NWA New Jersey Junior Heavyweight Championship from Kevin Knight. She soon became one of the most popular women on the independent wrestling circuit.

In 1999, she caught the eye of Tom Prichard, who was then a talent scout/trainer for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), and in July 1999 signed a developmental contract with WWF. She began training with Prichard soon after. In October 1999 she made an appearance on "RAW" as one of The Godfather's Ho's and was attacked by Viscera. Soon after that, she was sent to WWF's then developmental territory Memphis Championship Wrestling for further training and development. While there she had feuds with The Kat, Jasmin St. Claire, Molly Holly and Victoria. In May 2000, she made three more WWF TV appearances as one of The Godfather's Ho's, most notably briefly winning the WWF Hardcore Championship from Crash Holly.

When the WWF dropped MCW as one of their developmental territories in December 2000, she (along with some of the others training there) was released from her contract. In the summer of 2002, she worked briefly for TNA Wrestling as David Young's valet. Afterwards, she returned to working for several other indy feds on the east coast, including Glory, GLOOW/DWOW, WEW, among others. In her biography in she has expressed that if being in WWE happens again, that she would love to return.
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