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Brandi Alexander (March 1, 1974) is a retired American professional wrestler.

Beginnings

In her youth, Alexander was a wrestling fan, and in particular a fan of Sherri Martel. After meeting Tony Altimore (a former tag team partner of Lou Albano), Alexander looked into training at The Fabulous Moolah's school in North Carolina, but ended up training at the Monster Factory under Larry Sharpe and Glenn Ruth in Paulsboro, New Jersey.

Career

Alexander began wrestling in 1993, and in an eleven-year career made appearances for World Wrestling Entertainment, World Championship Wrestling, National Wrestling Alliance, AWA Superstars, World League Wrestling, Professional Girl Wrestling Association, World Wrestling Council, CWF Mid-Atlantic, Independent Wrestling Council and Ladies All-Pro Wrestling.

NWA

Brandi appeared at the Third Annual Eddie Gilbert Memorial Brawl in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1998. Alexander challenged Brittany Brown for the NWA New Jersey Women's Championship, with The Fabulous Moolah in Brown's corner and Fred The Elephant Boy from The Howard Stern Show ringside with Alexander. Brittany Brown narrowly retained her title with outside interference from Moolah.

WCW

Alexander wrestled for World Championship Wrestling in 1999 and 2000, appearing on WCW Nitro, WCW Thunder and WCW WorldWide. Brandi feuded with Mona and after a loss on Thunder, Brandi returned the following week to have her biggest career win, pinning Mona. Brandi also wrestled Mona on other occasions both live and on television, but came away on the losing end.

WWC

Brandi appeared at World Wrestling Council's annual event WWC Anniversary, defeating Malia Hosaka in a singles match.

CWF Mid-Atlantic

Alexander ventured CWF Mid-Atlantic and feuded with Amber Holly over the Frontier Wrestling Alliance World's Women's Championship. Brandi won the title from Holly on August 31, 2002.

Alexander wrestled for the Continental Wrestling Alliance and Thundergirls before retiring in 2004.

In wrestling

  • Teams and stables
  • Entrance Music

Championships and accomplishments

See also

External links

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