The Wrestling Guy Store welcomes Karlee Leilani Perez Former WWE Diva, TNA knockout and currently on Lucha Underground’s Catrina to their store on Friday, November 6th from 7p-9p
Photo or Autographs on $10
Come meet her & talk about Lucha Underground as they’re ready to start taping for Season 2 on November 14th.
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My Life My Power (MLMP) is a National 501(c)3 Anti-Bullying and Youth Development Non-Profit, that was founded in 2010 by Undefeated Mixed Martial Arts Fighter and WWE’s Tough Enough Champion, Daniel Puder. While Daniel is a now a Professional Athlete, things were quite different for him while growing up. He struggled with being overweight and was also in Special Education classes throughout the majority of his schooling, which caused him to be an easy target of bullying. When he began to hear of the kids who were committing suicide from being bullied, he felt a personal connection to the issue and knew that something needed to be done to change the mindset of our youth! Therefore, rather than simply saying a few public words about this issue, Daniel was compelled to create a complete program, geared toward youth, to be implemented in schools and after-school programs to prevent more tragedies from happening. And that is how My Life My Power began!
“To add value within communities by inspiring our future generations“
What do the letters “NXT” mean to you? Lately, you’re probably conjuring images of the powerhouse stopgap down at Full Sail University that transforms virtual unknowns into WWE Superstars, a place where Bulgarian Brutes, Anti-Divas and Men That Gravity Forgot run wild. But a few years ago, those three letters meant something very, very different.
The elimination format continued for four seasons before WWE switched it up again and the concept of “Redemption” was introduced, where previously eliminated Rookies would be brought back for another swing at the big leagues. However, that show eventually evolved again, this time into an odd, alternate-universe version of WWE where the Rookies ran rampant and got into crazy misadventures under the observation (or lack thereof) of William Regal and Matt Striker.
Naomi: I actually loved those shows back then. I miss Maxine a lot. I think she was an awesome villain, probably the most villainous of all of us on NXT.
Win a date with Karlee Perez and an all-expense-paid trip to El Paso,Texas
to be on the set of her new Sci-fi/Action Web Series, “The Cell”!!
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Dinner Date with Karlee Perez
Round trip air fare to El Paso, Texas (From continental US)
Hotel and ground transportation
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The former WWE star, Tampa native and MPC Models client is flying to Texas to star in a web series called “The Cell.”
Back in June, former WWE star and Tampa native Karlee Perez came to Safety Harbor as she started to make the transition from the wrestling ring to the screen.
Perez, who went by the name of Maxine in the WWE, enlisted Dianne Paulson and her MPC Models company to help kickstart her new career. She did a photo shoot and met with local producer Jimmy Fitzpatrick in hopes of landing a part in a series or movie.
Less than two months later, Perez has taken a big step towards becoming the first female wrestler to make it in Hollywood, landing a leading role in an action web series called ‘The Cell.’
“I recently signed a deal with Imani Films out of El Paso, Texas, to star in a brand-new series called ‘The Cell’,” Perez told Patch by phone. “I’ll be the main character in the series, playing an assassin.”
“The director called me and said he thought I’d be perfect for this role,” she added. “There’s a lot of fighting. It’s a good fit for me.”
Karlee Perez, AKA Maxine, may be the most talented Diva wrestling fans have never heard of. As a featured performer on NXT: Redemption, Perez showed she could play the catty, obnoxious heel to perfection. And who can forget her fantastic partnership with Johnny Curtis (now Fandango)?
Alas, WWE never promoted the model-turned-wrestler on to a main spot on the roster and, as she noted to Diva-Dirt last year, her frustration with her stagnant career led to her asking, and receiving, her release.
Perez has kept very busy since then. Back in January, it was announced she had become the official spokesperson for WIFL (Women’s Indoor Football League). She’s also picked up some significant acting gigs, too. As she mentioned to The Rack, she snagged the lead in a B movie horror And Then The Night Comes. She’s also noted on Twitter recently that she’d won a role in upcoming series The Cell.
Karlee took to Twitter to announce that she has signed a deal with Imani Films and has been cast to play the role of Garcia in a series called “The Cell”!
I signed a deal with Imani Films I will be going to El Paso next month for the filming!!!!
— Karlee Leilani Perez (@KarleeLeilani) August 1, 2013
Genetically altered at birth in an illegal experiment, 5 beautiful, wayward women are marked for death as part of a government cover-up. But, when their executioner has a change of heart, the women are brought to the ultimate island training center and taught to harness their super-natural abilities to fight global injustice…including the corrupt system that created them.
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