Bridget

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Name: Bridget Turner
Born: March 19, 1992
Height: 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
Weight: 123 lb (56 kg)
Nationality: Ireland
Hometown: Dublin
IWFC Record: 1-7-0

BIOGRAPHY

Early Life

Bridget Turner was considered a tomboy growing up. She loved the outdoors, and her hobbies include boxing and hunting. In high school, she was regularly bullied by a group of girls. She has noted this experience as one of the reasons she likes being a martial artist and having the ability to defend herself. In early 2011, she and her boyfriend attended an underground female fighting event when the Scandanavian catfighting league came to Dublin on a Pan-European tour. Bridget sneered at the fights as choreographed, and it was overheard by Ida Svensson who had just successfully defended her Queen of Catfight title. She challenged Bridget to a fight on the mat and the Irish girl accepted. In less than a minute, Bridget was choked unconscious. This was her first taste of catfight and she loved it. When Ida Svensson left for the IWFC in 2012, she followed her there.

Fighting Style

Bridget has a good combination of size and skills. She studied Dornálaíocht, an Irish form of boxing, growing up. While Bridget’s tall stature and long limbs are advantages if she stays upright during a fight, they become liabilities when she’s forced to grapple on the ground. Lack of serious actual combat experience also means she can fall prey to her opponent’s unconventional moves.

Career in the IWFC

In 2012, Bridget Turner officially signed with the IWFC, and she became a member of the Hellcatz. Her first opponent in the IWFC was Belén Zenere of Argentina. On July 16 they faced each other in a wrestling match that saw the Irish blonde fell victim to a ruthless hand-smother that rendered her unconscious in the pit. Then on September 23 she was pitted against Ida Svensson, with a special stipulation that the loser leaves the Hellcatz. The contest was closely fought with both fighters exchanging knock-outs. Ultimately Bridget repaid Ida by choking her out with a head-scissor in the final fall, and earned her first win in the club (See “The Irish Whip”).

She couldn’t carry her momentum in the 2013 season, however, and lost all four of her matches. On September 1, she was asked by Kaitlyn Langton, the queen of the Hellcatz, to test the skills of a potential recruit – Gisele Medeiros of Brazil. During the wrestling match, Bridget was absolutely decimated and choked unconscious. In a humiliating post match subjugation, Gisele forced Bridget on her knees and took full ownership of the whimpering Irish. (See “Hostile Takeover”)

Disgraced after that defeat, Bridget was never the same again. She fought sparingly in 2014 and never won another fight.


NOTABLE FIGHTS

Opponent
(Date)
Style
(Format)
Decision
(Method)
Appearances
(Notes)
Loss swizerland_mini Sonia Gilliéron
(Oct-19-2014)
Catfight
(Backstage)
4:2 Submission
(Schoolgirl Pin)
Loss swizerland_mini Sonia Gilliéron
(Mar-16-2014)
Wrestling
(Best of 5)
3:2 Pin
(Gravevine Pin)
Loss brazil_mini Gisele Medeiros
(Sep-1-2013)
Wrestling
(Best of 5)
3:1 Submission
(Body-Scissors)
Hostile
Takeover
Loss argentina_mini Belén Zenere
(Jul-21-2013)
Wrestling
(Best of 5)
3:1 Knockout
(Head-Scissors)
Loss egypt_mini Ranim Khouri
(May-19-2013)
Wrestling
(Best of 5)
3:1 Submission
(Breast-Smother)
Loss russian_mini Yulia Koroleva
(Mar-31-2013)
Shootfight Submission
(Straddle)
Win denmark_mini Ida Svensson
(Sep-23-2012)
Wrestling
(Best of 5)
3: 2Knockout
(Neck-Scissors)
The Irish Whip
Loss argentina_mini Belén Zenere
(Jul-15-2012)
Wrestling
(Best of 5)
3:1 Knockout
(Hand Smother)

GALLERY

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