Saturday, March 1, 2008

Serena Deeb - Womens Wrestling

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Wrestler: Serena Deeb
Birthday: June 29, 1986
Hometown: Originally from Oakton, Virginia
Height & Weight: 5'4" - 130 lbs
Trained by: OVW Training
Pro Wrestling Debut: March 2005
Finishing Move: The Spear
Favorite Wrestling Moves: Belly-to-Belly Suplex
Notable Feuds: ODB, Beth Phoenix

Serena Deeb is a professional wrestler that currently works under the name Serena. When not wrestling for OVW, she also wrestles in other independent wrestling promotions, such as SHIMMER, PGWA, NGW, and Memphis Wrestling.

Serena started pro wrestling in March of 2005 training in OVW, for the rest of 2005 she continue training with them until she made her official OVW debut in a house show on November 4, 2005, where she and Fuji Cakes (Melody) were defeated by Shelly Martinez and Beth Phoenix. Serena would continue to work at house shows and improve her skills. After months competing in house shows Serena finally made her OVW TV debut at the June 28, 2006 TV Tapings were she speared ODB after ODB attacked some OVW divas in a bikini contest. On June 30, 2006 OVW Super Summer Sizzler event from Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, Serena defeated O.D.B.. On the September 13, 2006 OVW TV Tapings, Serena defeated O.D.B., Beth Phoenix and Katie Lea in a Fatal Fourway Match to capture the OVW Women's Championship. On October 4, 2006 OVW TV Tapings, Serena lost the OVW Women's Championship to Beth Phoenix. In the spring of 2007, Serena competed in the "2007 Miss OVW" Contest won by ODB, later in the summer Serena then competed in the "2007 Divalympics" along with the other OVW Divas.

After being in OVW for months and being a member of the roster, Serena started appearing in the independent scene. First, in May of 2006 she made her debut with the all female promotion SHIMMER then in February of 2007 Serena made her first appearance in ROH.

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