María De la Rosa is a rising young star on the Spanish wrestling circuit

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The Spanish wrestling circuit has many rising young stars, one of the most promising of these wrestlers is María De la Rosa.

She has wrestled all over the world for promotions like Triple W, Frontier Championship Wrestling, German Wrestling Federation and most recently, Sendai Girls.

“The Atomic Blonde” has a very powerful and continuously evolving arsenal of moves that will make any person watching a fan.

Of the matches you’ve wrestled, which one is your favorite?

MDLR: “Dash Chisako in Sendai Girls”.

Who are your wrestling idols?

MDLR: “Meiko Satomura, Mickie James and Chris Jericho”.

Could you tell us about your experience with Sendai Girls?

MDLR: “Very productive and exciting. Japan is very tough, but you learn a lot and that’s cool. The girls are awesome, and they help you a lot. Everything is very professional, and you feel comfortable”.  

How has did in-ring style change since you worked in Japan?

MDLR: A lot!!! It has done a big turn, from execution, strikes and even speed, I’ve improved a lot in my technique”.

 A very controversial subject in the last couple of years is the idea of NJPW adding a women’s division to their roster. What’s your opinion on this subject?

MDLR: “I don’t think they need it. There’s a lot of women’s wrestling promotions in Japan, and it’s wonderful that there are promotions for women without the necessity of only being a division in a men’s promotion”.  

Recently we’ve seen a boom in the Spanish wrestling scene, in your opinion, what you think caused this boom?

MDLR: “I think that a lot of factors, and all the wrestlers that have worked outside of Spain to make it grow one step at a time, but there’s still a lot of work to be done so it can keep growing”.  

Who are your favorite wrestlers from Spain?

MDLR: “I consider A-Kid a very fundamental pillar of pro-wrestling in Spain”.

What do you do in your free time?

MDLR: I go to the gym with my friends and spending time with my daughter, but I don’t have a lot of free time. I’m always updating my social media accounts, photos and creating content. Being a pro-wrestler is also working on your image and especially your character”.

What are your long-term goals?

MDLR: I would like to keep wrestling in Japan, I would be very happy if you could have a great career in Japan”.

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The Scrap's Juan Carlos Reneo is from Spain, he writes about and loves professional wrestling. Make sure to follow him on Twitter (<a href="https://twitter.com/ReneusMeister">@ReneusMeister</a>).
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