Independent Star Edith Surreal Retires Due To Injury

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Independent Star Edith Surreal Retires Due To Injury:As a result of Edith Surreal’s announcement that she will be retiring from professional wrestling, one of the most promising up-and-coming stars in the industry has been forced to call it quits.Surreal revealed that she would have to withdraw from an impending defense for her Enjoy Championship due to an injury. However, after having some fairly serious conversations with those who are closest to her, she has taken the most difficult decision of her career. Surreal’s explanation was posted on her X account, which was formerly known as Twitter.

 

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Independent Star Edith Surreal Retires Due To Injury 

 

In her letter, she related that she had sustained an injury while competing in a contest ten days previously. “As a consequence of this consequence, I will not be able to defend my title by Enjoy Championship the following weekend at Immaculate, and I will be giving up the title.”

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At this location, I have suffered a third significant head injury. After having conversations with my family and my doctor, I have arrived at the conclusion that I need to put my career as an in-ring wrestler on indefinite hiatus. This decision was reached as a result of my recent conversations. We would want to express our heartfelt appreciation to everyone who has showed their support and faith in me. It is true that I have achieved more than I ever thought I would be able to do. Every single match had been a dream come true during the entire season. “With love, Edie”

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Surreal, who was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, started her training with CHIKARA while she was just starting out in the world of professional wrestling. Iconic figures such as Chuck Taylor, Orange Cassidy, and Cheeseburger were among those who provided her with guidance and instruction. During the beginning of her career, she would perform under the name Still Life with Apricots and Pears. In spite of this, she would arrive to the conclusion in 2021 that she would perform under the name Edith Surreal.

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After that, Surreal would go on to win a variety of titles across the independent sector, including the CHIKARA Young Lions Cup in 2019, as well as the Enjoy Championship, which she defended 11 times during the length of her reign with the title, which lasted for 460 days. Surreal’s reign with the title lasted for 460 days.

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Surreal would also become a regular at Effy’s Big Gay Brunch events, which were organized by GCW. In the year 2020, she made the declaration that she was transgender. This admission led to her being barred from certain organizations, but it did not prevent her from being one of the most promising independent wrestlers in the United States.

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