The Sweetheart!
Trisa Hayes made a name for herself in wrestling as Beulah McGillicutty, one of the beautiful and hardcore women of Extreme Championship Wrestling in the mid-to-late-1990s. During her brief but memorable career, Trisa was involved in some of ECW's greatest moments and remains part of its spirit today — as the wife of ECW Original and The Leader Of EV 2.0 Tommy Dreamer.
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Archive for November 2014
November 18th A Thank You From Beulah M. via Tommy Dreamer #THANKYOUBEULAH

Via The Tommy Dreamer on Facebook

Last night was a truly magical night for me. Being back in the ECW arena where so much history was made. Seeing so many familiar faces and so many new ones. I was so emotional, I could barely get any words out. So now that I’m slightly more composed, I’d like to say a few thank you’s.
First, I’d like to thank my husband Tommy Dreamer. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to say goodbye to the fans and get closure. Not many people get to do that and I’m so very grateful. I guess that’s one of the perks of being married to the owner of a kick-ass wrestling company!
Thank you for giving me the 2 best gifts in the world. You have shown them how to follow your dreams no matter what obstacles stand in your way. How to fight for what you want and what you believe in. Thank you for getting up to see the girls before school even when you’re bone tired and weary from being on the road. Balancing a demanding career and family can’t be easy.
Thank you for busting your ass to provide for us even when you’re broken and bruised. We will always be here to mend your wounds with bandages, hugs, and the occasional back scratch. I couldn’t have asked for a better partner in the ring or in life.
Second I’d like to thank all the people who help put together a show. From the ticket sellers to the lighting, sound, and ring crews, to the announcers, security, and concession workers. It takes a village!
Thank you to all the men and women of wrestling who came before me to lay the ground work. Thank you to all the wrestlers I’ve had the privilege to work with. It is an honor to be among you and call you my family. Ha! I’m just realizing as I’m writing this, that the men I care most for in my life, have all put me in a neck brace at one time or another! Thank you to all the future wrestlers, for you will carry the torch and pass it on to future generations.
Lastly, and most importantly, thank you to all the fans! Thank you for watching. Thank you for cheering. Thank you for remembering who the hell I am! I was worried when I went out there last night that I’d hear crickets. You are the most loyal, crazy fans and I appreciate every sign, cheese grater, and folding chair you’ve supplied over the years.
Thank you for being with me on this journey. It’s been one hell of a crazy ride. And thank you most of all for the memories. I will hold them in my heart forever and take them with me into whatever life has in store for me next!
Love always, Beulah M.

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November 16th House Of Hardcore 7 #THANKYOUBEULAH #HOHPHILLY
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November 14th Slam Wrestling Shares Career Retrospective

Credit goes to George Tahinos via Slam.Canoe.Ca

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November 14th Interview | Chinlock Talks Final Show With Trisa

Via Chinlock.Com

Trisa Laughlin, the longtime star of Extreme Championship Wrestling, wife of Tommy Dreamer, published author and mom, actually got her first taste of professional wrestling north of the border in Canada.

“I have a sister who’s three years older than I am, and we would take trips,” Trisa said recalling her teenage years. “We would just take state maps — we would pick what state we wanted to go to — and we just closed our eyes and we’d point, and whatever major city was close to our fingers, that’s where we would go,” she added in a telephone interview days before her final wrestling appearance at House of Hardcore 7.

“We ended up in Cincinnati, Ohio. And while I was in Cincinnati, I ended up meeting (the late) Brian Pillman, who at the time was playing for the Cincinnati Bengals. We became friends. He ended moving up to Calgary (because) he was going to play football up there,” Trisa explained. “And he, of course, got associated with the Harts and went into wrestling.”

While visiting Pillman in Calgary, Trisa got her first taste of the business, not long after Pillman did.

“I played his sister for a few days up there,” Trisa recalled. “That was kind of fun. That was my introduction to wrestling.”

That’s not to say that Trisa was a neophyte when it came to the world of professional wrestling. Far from it, in fact.

“I watched with my dad,” Trisa answered when asked if she was a wrestling fan as a child. “I didn’t watch by myself, but my dad used to watch Georgia Championship Wrestling, with Gordon Solie, who I used to think was the most amazing announcer ever, of course until I met Joey Styles,” she added. “I loved Gordon Solie and Georgia Championship Wrestling. After that, it went to my dad watching NWA.” She would also attend a couple of live events with her father.

“I never really thought I was ever going to end up in wrestling, so that was kind of a surprise. But it was a good surprise, because otherwise I wouldn’t have met my husband and had my wonderful children,” she said, referring to their twin daughters, now 10.

While unknowingly planting the seeds for a future in wrestling, it wasn’t until a chance encounter with former Major League Baseball player Ron Gant while working for the legendary musician Prince that fate intervened in Trisa’s life and steered her down destiny’s path.

“I was in Miami during Super Bowl one year,” Trisa recalled, “and I used to do rhythmic gymnastics, which (featured) long ribbons. Prince had these nightclubs called Glam Slam, so I was hired to do these gymnastic ribbons. There was a stage and everybody would dance to the techno music they were playing. They would shut off all of the lights on the stage except for black lights. You couldn’t see me, but you could see my ribbons flowing to the music.”

It was there that Trisa met Gant, who played 16 seasons in the majors.

“He introduced to me to Raven,” Trisa said, referring to the famed wrestler with whom Dreamer and Trisa’s wrestling alter ego, Beulah McGillicutty, have a long and storied history.

“(Raven) was like, ‘Hey, with a gymnastics background, did you ever think about getting into wrestling?’ I go, ‘Funny story, I knew Brian Pillman.’ Blah, blah, blah, he and I started talking and he put me in touch with Paul E. (Heyman) and that’s how I got hired.” Continue reading »

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November 10th New Layout From @SBusterStudios

Hey Gang. We have added a new layout to the site. Big thanks to Kris from SpineBusters Studios. Take a look at her site and enjoy the layout!

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