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Jennifer Blake
Ring name(s) Jennifer Blake[1]
Jen Blake[2]
Girl Dynamite[2]
Autumn Frost[2]
Billed height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)[3]
Billed weight 125 lb (57 kg)[3]
Born September 16, 1983 (1983-09-16) (age 26)[2]
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada[3]
Resides Toronto, Ontario
Billed from Toronto, Ontario
Anchorage, Alaska (as Autumn Frost)
Trained by Derek Wylde[1]
Cody Deaner[1]
Debut May 2007[3]

Jennifer Blake (born September 16, 1983)[2] is an Canadian professional wrestler, also known by her ring and nickname Girl Dynamite.[1] She is best known for her work in the SHIMMER promotion as well as all-women's promotions in America and Canada.

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Career

Since she met Bret Hart when she was 15, she has always wanted to be a Wrestler so she started as a ring announcer. Soonly she got involved in some angles and then she started Wrestling. She has wrestled in the USA for SHIMMER where she has teamed with both Danyah and LuFisto. With the last one she made a tag team called Suicide Blondes. The Suicide Blondes started in the now defunct LLW (Living Legends Wrestling, Hamilton Ontario) as the first female tag team facing only male teams.

Blake and LuFisto competed in some insane matches as part of the Suicide Blondes including a fans bring the weapons match against 400 pound JC Owens and 300 pound Dan Magnum.

They also hold a pinfall win over the best tag team in Ontario, The Flatliners (Asylum & Matt Burns).

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Shimmer Women Athletes

She made her debut in Shimmer Women Athletes in a losing effort, where she teamed with Danyah to face the International Home Wrecking Crew of Rain and Jetta in a losing effort. Later in that night the team of and Blake was defeated by The Experience. They lost when Lexie Fyfe and Malia Hosaka attempted the double team gourdbuster.

On Volume 19 she made her debut in Singles competition losing to Allison Danger. Later in that night Jennifer and Allison lost to The Canadian Ninjas (Portia Perez and Nicole Matthews)

She took part to the Tag Team Tournament along with her tag team partner LuFisto forming the Suicide Blondes. They eliminated the Canadian Ninjas but were defeated by the International Home Wrecking Crew. Later in that night she lost to Cheerleader Melissa.

After missing Volume 23 she came back as part of the Volume 24 where she gained her first victory in Single Competition by defeating Amber O'Neal. As part of the Volume 25 she lost to Rain after an Acid Rain. Later in the night, as part of the Volume 26, she lost a Fatal 4 Way against Jessie McKay when the Australian Wrestler hit with the Boyfriend Stealer over Kellie Skater, another wrestler in this match. The last one was Melanie Cruise.

She was scheduled for the 4th Year Anniversary on November 8th but she was unable to show because she got a possibility to train some more months in Mexico but she is expected to come back in 2010.

JAPW Women's Division

She debuted as part of the first DVD "Female Revolution" where she lost to Portia Perez in the Opening Round after an Illegal Schoolgirl. She was scheduled to take part at the second event, "Double Header", but she was unable to get there due to travel issues.

Mexico

Blake has recently branched out into Mexico, wrestling in the Extreme Air Wrestling (Lucha Libre Extrema Aerea, EAW) promotion. She made her debut on June 6, 2009 in Teziutlán, Puebla, teaming with Derrick Nikerson (Neikirk) in a losing effort against John Scott and Ericka del Rico.[4] On June 20, she picked up her first victory by defeating Sensual Rain in San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco[5]. In Asistencia Asesoría y Administración she is part of the heel stable Legión Extranjera, led by Konnan.

Wrestlicious

Blake has been signed by Jimmy Hart's Wrestlicious and appears as "Ice Princess" Autumn Frost.[2] On the March 10, 2010, edition of Takedown she competed in her first match for the promotion, defeating Paige Webb.[6]

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

References

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