Interview With "Crazy" Mary Dobson, North American & International Indy Sensation
Updated: Aug 15, 2020
Welcome back wrestling fans to another spectacular interview here on *Kayfabe Kickout. Today I had the pleasure to speak with "Crazy" Mary Dobson, who has been involved in the pro wrestling business since November 2011. But in that short time she has wrestled for a plethora of promotions including the very well known JCW (Juggalo Championship Wrestling) which is headed by the veteran rap group Insane Clown Posse. In addition to wrestling all over the United States, Mary has wrestled overseas in Japan for the well known and respected Japanese Joshi Women's Promotion REINA, and to be able to wrestle in a country so steeped in wrestling history such as Japan was no doubt a huge honor for Mary. I spoke with Mary on when she wanted to be a professional wrestler, her thoughts on JCW Wrestling, women's wrestling in general and more. Richard: For wrestling fans who might not know what you are involved with in the world of professional wrestling, can you just give us an update on what's going on in the busy schedule of "Crazy" Mary Dobson? Mary: I have been traveling all over the US and I'll be going to Scotland soon, everything has been going great! Richard: How did you get your start in professional wrestling? Mary: I have always been a fan of it and i looked into getting trained and Mad Man Pondo helped me out. Haven't looked back since. Richard: Over the last 25 years or so Women's Professional Wrestling has changed dramatically in terms of how it's presented, in your opinion do you think it's better today, or has the change hurt the product overall? Mary: In some areas it has changed for the better, but in some it's really sad. Richard: You co-hosted an internet radio show with Mad Man Pondo, for fans who may not be familiar with it can you talk about what it was all about? Mary: We don't do it anymore but it was all about horror movies! Richard: When was the exact moment you decided you wanted to become a professional wrestler? Mary: When i went to my first JCW show. Richard: In your opinion what do you think of promotions like the WWE and TNA making women's wrestling more sex appeal rather than actual pro wrestling? Mary: It gives us girls who actually wrestle a bad name, and the sad thing is that some of those girls can wrestle but those promotions wont let them. Richard: You have wrestled for JCW (Juggalo Championship Wrestling) on several occasions, can you share your thoughts on what it's like working for a promotion that's more of an edgier one compared to most promotions?
Mary: I love working for them, before i got into wrestling and maybe still now they are my favorite company. I love extreme wrestling. Richard: I'm going to take a shot in the dark and assume that you are a horror fan, based on your persona, what horror franchises are you a fan of? Mary: I love Troma films, my favorite movie is a Troma film called Mother's Day if you haven't seen it you should check it out! Richard: Who was the number one women's pro wrestler who inspired you to get into the business, if you had one that is? Mary: LuFisto was the one that made me think damn i would really love to be a kick-ass girl like that one day. Richard: What are your long term goals in professional wrestling? Mary: To travel the world and yo be the first female American to do the balcony dive at Korakuen hall in Japan. Fans can check out "Crazy" Mary Dobson on Twitter @CrazyMaryDobson and on her Official Facebook Page. I want to personally thank "Crazy" Mary Dobson for taking the time to speak with me here on *Kayfabe Kickout.
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