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Roni Jonah
Ring name(s) Roni Jonah
Ronnie
Billed height 5 ft 9 in[1]
Billed weight 145 lbs[1]
Born July 16, 1983 (1983-07-16) (age 26)
Vancouver, British Columbia[1]
Trained by Al Snow
Debut March 2006

Roni Jonah (born July 16, 1983) is a Canadian professional wrestler and actress. She has worked for both Ohio Valley Wrestling and Women's Extreme Wrestling.

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Professional wrestling career

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Ohio Valley Wrestling (2006–2008)

Roni Jonah originally pursued a career in professional wrestling at the urging of her friends.[1] She made her debut at the March 18, 2006 Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) house show from Shepherdsville, Kentucky, teaming with Cherry to defeat Serena Deeb and Melody. A month later, at a house show in Austin, Indiana, Jonah lost to Beth Phoenix by disqualification when Shelly Martinez came out and attacked Phoenix. She made her OVW television debut in the spring of 2006 as part of the Seth Skyfire, Mike Mizanin and Aaron Stevens triangle feud, playing the role of Mizanin's girlfriend. The May 10 TV tapings featured Jonah and Mizanin defeating the combo of Skyfire and Shelly Martinez after Beth Phoenix interfered. The storyline as Miz's girlfriend eventually fizzled out following The Miz's call-up to WWE's main roster. As a result, Jonah was repackaged with Melody, Johnny Punch and "Platinum" Pat Buck. The stable made up OVW's resident "goth rock" band, Gothic Mayhem, of which Jonah was the bassist.[1] She also took part in a series of women's matches and beauty contests.

Women's Extreme Wrestling

On July 12, 2007 Jonah, along with Principle Lazarus, captured the Women's Extreme Wrestling (WEW) Tag Team Title by defeating Amy Zidian and Annie Social. They successfully defended the straps at WEW's "Tit For Tat" show against the makeshift duo of Becky Bayless and Lucy Furr. On July 21, 2008 the duo yet again successfully defended their WEW tag team title, against the team of Amy Lee and Annie Social at the "Locker Room Lust" show.

Personal life

Jonah designed all of Kelly Kelly's Extreme Exposé gear, Shelly Martinez's gimmick attire while she was in World Wrestling Entertainment, and all of her own attire used in OVW.[2] At one point, she had an online clothing store.[1]

Jonah started a fund to get donations for breast implants, calling the donations the "Roni Diva Upgrade Fund."[3]

Film career

Recently Roni Jonah started a new course in entertainment with film making. Roni landed in the top 3 actresses for a nation wide contest held by massify.com and After Dark Films in search of talent for the film "Perkins 14".

Roni teamed with fellow massify contestant and Kentucky actor Jason Crowe to co-write, star and direct the feature film "The Legacy" where Jonah also did all the SPFX work. Soon after Jonah and Crowe began work on another film entitled "Hell House". In it, Jonah re-claimed her role as "Suicide Betty" from "The Legacy". Jonah co-wrote, starred and created all SPFX for Hell House.

Both Hell House and The Legacy feature other professional wrestling talent such as Al Snow, Cyndi "Bobcat" Snow, Josie "Sojo" Bolt and April Hunter.

Jonah has also written and directed a short film entitled "Trepan", her first film created completely on her own. Roni has been involved in several additional projects in various capacities, including "Little Sex Shop of Horrors", "Hell-Ephone", "Saucer Sex From Beyond" and "Nightmare Fuel". Jonah's SPFX work can also be seen in the new film "Red River".

Currently Roni is in production of her next two feature films "Lesferatu: Lesbian Chainsaw Vampires", written and directed by Jonah herself, and "Nightmare on 34th Street".

Roni Jonah is a member of the film company "Feathered Italian Films"

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Roni Jonah's profile". GLORY Wrestling. http://www.glorywrestling.com/gg/RoniJonah/RJ.asp. Retrieved 2009-09-14. 
  2. ^ "Roni Jonah's profile". Online World of Wrestling. http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/r/roni-jonah.html. Retrieved 2009-09-14. 
  3. ^ Pena, Daniel (April 7, 2007). "OVW Girl Wants Donations For Implants". Pro Wrestling. http://www.prowrestling.com/article/news/3970. Retrieved 2009-09-14. 

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