#AndNEW: Tootie Lynn Wins Glory Pro Midwest Territory Championship

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It’s been a huge year for rising Midwest indie star Tootie Lynn, and it was capped off with championship gold on Sunday night at Glory Pro WrestlePocalypse when she ended the 714-day reign of IMPACT Wrestling‘s Rohit Raju (Hakim Zane) for the Glory Pro Midwest Territory Championship in a four-way TLC match that also featured Dan The Dad and Ethan Price. Rohit Raju was the inaugural champion of the newer title, defeating Myron Reed in the tournament final at Glory Pro Steel Cage Challenge back on November 24, 2019.

Tootie Lynn has been wrestling since 2017, competing as both Tootie Lynn as well as the masked Seishin, with such promotions as Dynamo Pro, St. Louis Anarchy, ACTION Wrestling, and Glory Pro, but she took a turn on the national scale this year when she was added to the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA)‘s NWA EmPowerrr, the all women’s event, this past August, followed by several appearances on the NWA’s flagship program, NWA Powerrr, including a shot at the NWA Women’s Tag Team titles alongside ThunderKitty just last week. The duo fell short in their attempt to dethrone champions The Hex (Sienna & Marti Belle). To add to her NWA appearances, she also taped two matches for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) last week, including one against former AEW Women’s World Champion Riho, which will air on Monday’s AEW Dark Elevation

With her win on Sunday, it now means that her crew with #TeamAmbition (students of Davey Richards), now holds all the gold in Glory Pro, as Mike Outlaw is still the reigning Glory Pro Crown of Glory Champion, while the duo of Moses The Deliverer & Rahim De La Suede (aka Technical Difficulties) still hold the Glory Pro United Glory (Tag Team) titles.

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