Jordynne Grace: The Last Pure Athlete

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She is beauty, she is Jordynne Grace, she will punch you in the face. She is a “grizzled young vet” in the theme of James Drake, Zack Gibson, and TJP. Meaning that she is still extremely young but has a number of years of wrestling under her belt. She is not your stereotypical female wrestler prototype. She is short of stature and very muscular, hence her nickname Thicc Mama Pump. Jordynne’s in-ring style would remind you of Beth Phoenix, Brian Cage and Scott Steiner.

Jordynne has continued to work consistently domestically and abroad. In 2018 alone, she has worked for: NOVA Pro, Beyond Wrestling, Women’s Wrestling Revolution, Pro Wrestling: EVE, Battle Club Pro, and Black Label Pro. Other companies on her resume are Reality of Wrestling, PROGRESS, Pro Wrestling Magic, Over The Top Wrestling, and Queens of Combat. Even more on her resume: SMASH Wrestling, Shine Wrestling, and the newest addition is IMPACT Wrestling. Her debut match airs on the November 8th episode of IMPACT!

One unique facet to Jordynne’s career is that she isn’t afraid to mix it up with guys or girls. Her matches with men like Brian Cage, Cam Zagami, and Joey Janela are worth seeking out. Her stellar performance at ALL IN is also noteworthy. As far as the female side of her opponents list, it is also star-studded. She’s had great matches with current WWE Superstars Mia Yim, Ruby Riott (fka Heidi Lovelace), and Deonna Purazzo. She’s faced current and former Impact Wrestling Knockouts in Angelina Love, Tessa Blanchard, Santana Garrett (fka Brittany) and Alisha Edwards (fka Alexxis). When you look at the women on the independent circuit, you’d be hard pressed to find a big name that the “Last Pure Athlete” hasn’t tangled with.

In addition to being a fitness fanatic, badass lady wrestler, she is also a published author! Jordynne has published two volumes of “DMs of a Female Indy Wrestler.” This is sharing just some of the weird, creepy, crazy and harassing messages she gets via Twitter or Facebook direct messages (DMs). This is just a smattering of them, of course, that she and other wrestlers on social media get on the regular. Jordynne also donates part of the proceeds of the book sales to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN). Cover art for the books were done by Dave Cole (volume 1) and LuFisto (volume 2).

Where else will wrestling take Jordynne Grace? The future can only get brighter for someone so young and driven. Impact Wrestling better be ready!