Welcome back wrestling fans, for yet another fantastic interview here on Kayfabe Kickout. For this new exclusive interview, I had the immense pleasure to speak with Australian Women's Wrestling sensation Vixsin. Vixsin is a seasoned veteran of the squared circle, with nearly a decade of experience under her belt. Not only is she beautiful, but she is deadly as well, as her mixture of hardcore and brawling style of wrestling makes her a formidable opponent.
Vixsin has traveled far and wide to hone her craft inside the ring, with extensive tours in Japan, where she locked up with some of the best Japanese talent in the business, and she has her sights set on travelling to other parts of the globe to make her mark in women's pro wrestling.
I spoke with Vixsin on which female pro wrestler influenced her the most, her thoughts on women's wrestling in 2015, the next singles title she hopes to attain and more.
Richard: For some wrestling fans who may not be familiar with your career in professional wrestling, can you give us an update on what's going on in the busy schedule of Vixsin?
Vixsin: I'm based in Melbourne, and I have shows 3 out 4 weeks here, I travel interstate when I can and tour japan twice a year!
Richard: Who was the number one women's pro wrestler who inspired you to get into the business, if you had one that is?
Vixsin: Ohh where do I start! Such a long list! But if I had to pick one it would be Bull Nanko!
Richard: Your in-ring style is of a more hardcore nature, as opposed to most female pro wrestlers in the industry. Do you think you are missing out not wrestling the more traditional women's style rather than your current style of brutal, hardcore wrestling?
Vixsin: Hmmm to tell the truth I only do about 2-3 hardcore matches a year, I have more of a mixed style with power house and brawler! And I don't really think I'm missing about in anything! Let's just say I'm having a bit too much fun! ha!
Richard: Over the last 25 years or so Women's Professional Wrestling has changed dramatically in terms of how it's presented, in your opinion do you think it's better today, or has the change hurt the product overall?
Vixsin: I think the change is def a good thing if not great! Woman are given more of a chance more time. I think the best way it's involved is with females are having a lot of inter-gender matches such as myself! It's something different and it's fair game, some of us females have bigger balls than the guys! it's really great seeing a lot more females getting into the hardcore side of pro wrestling as well!
Richard: Do you think it's absolutely vital for female professional wrestlers to have a certain look that a company like the WWE has for its female talent to be more important, than actual raw wrestling talent?
Vixsin: It works both ways not just for females! Talent and skill and safety is always number one! But hey sexy sells so I don't see nothing wrong with it!
Richard: In the past few years, there has been a surge in Australian and New Zealand wrestling talents catching the eye of major promotions like the WWE and TNA, do you think this surge will continue?
Vixsin: I sure do! The more it grows the better!
Richard: If you had the chance to wrestle any female professional wrestler, past or present, who would that wrestler be and why?
Vixsin: Simple! Bull Nanko because she is boss!
Richard: Since your career began in 2006, you've held several women's championships. Do you have a major title in your cross-hairs that you would like to add to your wrestling resume?
Vixsin: Hmmm I've got my eyes of a few heavy weight champions and actually a tag team championship belt! But you will have to wait I'm not going to rest until I have a belt around my waist that isn't just a woman's belt but a heavyweight belt, but If the situation arises and I walk away woman's champion I'll be happy as well!
Richard: Do you think you have what it takes to compete for major women's promotions like Bellatrix, SHIMMER or Shine?
Vixsin: I reckon I have what it takes...we will wait and see what happens...that page has yet to be turned.
Richard: Where do you see yourself in five years, in terms of your career in professional wrestling?
Vixsin: At my best going hard and stronger than ever! Hopefully wrestling in japan more than 6 weeks a year!
Richard: Who was the toughest female pro wrestler you've ever locked up in the ring with?
Vixsin: Kyoto Inoue that's for sure!
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I want to personally thank Vixsin, for taking the time to speak with me here on Kayfabe Kickout.
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