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Chantelle Allison (born August 5, 1988) is an Australian professional wrestler and professional wrestling valet better known by her ring name Shazza McKenzie. She is working for Melbourne City Wrestling and PWA.
Professional wrestling career
Early career and training
Allison was worked for Oporto as an assistant manager between (2006–2007), Fitness First between (2007–2008) and Woolworths (2008–2009), Contours (2009–2011), Genesis Fitness (2011–Present). She was studied at Cheltenham Girls High School. Shazza McKenzie began her training in September 2007 with the New South Wales based, Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF). Almost an entire year later, at the end of August 2008, she debuted as a manager for Bluey Bonza and went on to wrestle her first match in September. That match was against another mainstay of the Australian scene, Harley Wonderland (then known as Alison Wonderland), a wrestler who go on to become one of the biggest rivals of her rookie year. In fact, Shazza even ended up defeating Wonderland for her first championship title in wrestling, the ICW Women’s Championship.
PWA Australia (2009-present)
Making the jump to PWA [disambiguation needed] in early 2009 opened many doors and created even more opportunities for McKenzie. She also earned her stripes, wrestling in virtually every state in the country. During her time in Sydney, she also became engaged in a bitter feud with The Pink Ladies’ Jessie McKay. In Queensland, for PWA Queensland (PWAQ), Shazza and Jessie mended fences, and teamed together to become ‘The Mac Attack’, wrestling The Brotherhood’s female representatives Kellie Skater and Sway [disambiguation needed] on several occasions. McKenzie classes their August 2009 tag bout as one of her all-time favourite encounters. When pressed on other defining moments, she named her hard fought battle against Madison Eagles at PWWA’s ‘Last Woman Standing’ show and her match with Tenille Tayla at MCW’s Ballroom Brawl.
Melbourne City Wrestling (2009-present)
A move to Melbourne, Victoria was a fresh start for her. At first, she found it hard to wrestle to find a new home base wrestling-wise, as the scene was floundering and she found it hard to get frequent bookings. In the last year or so, this has really turned around and Shazza could not be happier. Melbourne City Wrestling (MCW) appeared on the scene with a bang, and its well regarded shows and strong talent base have given her much to work towards. Not content only to wrestle, McKenzie also manages Adelaide wrestler Rocky Menero… and in another moment that could possibly help to define her young career, she recently bested WWE developmental diva Tenille Dashwood in what was described as her last ever Australian match. Always on the lookout for new opportunities, Shazza also appears regularly for Warzone Wrestling.
SHIMMER Women Athletes (2012-present)
In March 2012, McKenzie made her debut for US-based SHIMMER Women Athletes, teaming up with Veda Scott in a loss to Mena Libra and Melanie Cruise at Volume 45, before defeating Saraya Knight by DQ at Volume 47 and defeating Rhia O'Reilly at Volume 48.
Shazza cites the main influences on her training as AWF’s Jay Law and Billy Flyswat, PWA’s Madison and Ryan Eagles and most recently, Champagne Pyro. Her inspiration as a wrestler is the seven-time WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus.
- Finishing moves
- Signature Moves
Championships and accomplishments
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 GLORY Wrestling Profile. Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 PWA Profile. Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
- ↑ SHIMMER Volume 45 Taping Results (2012-03-17). Retrieved on 2012-03-30.
- ↑ SHIMMER Volume 47 Taping Results (2012-03-18). Retrieved on 2012-03-30.
- ↑ SHIMMER Volume 48 Taping Results (2012-03-18). Retrieved on 2012-03-30.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 ICW Profile. Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
- ↑ ICW Profile. Retrieved on 2011-08-27.
- Shazza McKenzie's Myspace
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