Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #26 with Ivelisse

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Former Lucha Undergrounds, star Ivelisse Velez is among the most talented and exciting female wrestlers in the world. A thirteen-year pro, Ivelisse continues to defy the odds and injury to show just how talented she is. This proud Puerto Rican talent continues to work each and every match in the hopes of getting better each time. Her effort is evident, and both in her matches outside the United States and the ones she has had as part of Lucha Underground, Ivelisse continues to showcase her athleticism week in and week out. One of the most remarkable in-ring qualities about Velez is that her incredible range of moves, including an array of strikes and punches can be attributed to her training in Mixed Martial Arts as well. Her exciting collection of high flying moves showcase what she is willing to do in the ring.

Her future is bright, as she has engaged in many storylines in different places that have helped to further her character. She is currently recovering from injury, but that doesn’t mean she is resting on her laurels. In this interview, she discusses how she has learned to adjust to her environment, regardless of where she is in the world. As a world-traveled competitor, she has learned from those experiences and applies them to her craft.

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In this latest edition of our podcast, Ivelisse shares about her growth in the industry and where her career was at that point at the point as she was in the midst of recovery. To read the text version of this interview readers can do so here. The various podcast listening platforms are below.

Episode #26 Edited and Produced by Rob Matheny

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