Jordynne Grace Names WWE Hall Of Famers She Wishes She Could've Wrestled In Intergender Matches

Jordynne Grace enjoys that IMPACT Wrestling is not your typical wrestling company and allows her to have intergender matches.

Jordynne Grace is one of the top female wrestlers in the industry today. In addition to her numerous championship victories, she is also known for intergender wrestling, something that is highlighted in her new role as the inaugural Digital Media Champion.

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Speaking on the Generation of Wrestling podcast, Jordynne Grace explained that is one of the things she loves about IMPACT Wrestling, believing that they are not mainstream pro-wrestling and as such, they are able to do things differently such as spotlight intergender wrestling.

"It feels awesome. Like, that's, that's one of the reasons that I wanted to come to IMPACT was because they're, they're kind of just in you know, IMPACT is maybe like a little bit more under the radar in terms of like, I guess what do they call it, like PC culture, doing stuff like intergender wrestling. So I feel like they can get away with more of it, which is why I like it more. It's kind of it's not your mainstream pro wrestling."

When asked who she would like to have had an intergender match with at any point in wrestling history, Jordynne Grace named Bret Hart and Eddie Guerrero as the two names that she wishes she could have wrestled.

"I would love to have a match with Eddie Guerrero. I feel like that would be everybody's top choice, right? Bret Hart. I feel like that would be awesome."

Expanding on her desire to have a hypothetical dream match with Bret, Jordynne says that she first discovered Bret Hart while looking to study more of the history of professional wrestling and found him to be not only a cool character but a great wrestler.

ā€¯Because when I started watching, like, when I started watching older WWE stuff, that was one of the people that just stood out to me as being just the coolest fucking guy. Then I saw him wrestle and it made him even cooler. So I've just been, I've just been a huge fan of him."

Elsewhere in the interview, Jordynne Grace explained that by the age of 35, she would like to start slowing down her time in the ring. Learn more here.

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