“The Exclamation Point of Women’s Wrestling” came to Ring of Honor with an impressive pedigree. Trained by the Dudley Boyz and the recipient of the 2014 NWA Legends Scholarship, pro wrestling’s elite have seen Kennadi Brink rise from wrestling hopeful to bonafide star in rapid fashion. Kennadi has a rare combination of strength, agility, and submission prowess that has led many to say she is Women of Honor’s best.
And if you don’t believe that, just ask her. She will surely tell you.
One of the most outspoken and vocal Women of Honor, Kennadi has not only mastered the in-ring aspects of competing in the bright lights of Women of Honor but she has also conquered in-ring psychological warfare through putdowns, insults, and trash talk.
Kennadi made her Women of Honor debut at the very first Women of Honor-only event in Baltimore in July 2016. It was there she unleashed the Brink Butterfly Suplex to earn a victory for her team in a six-woman Women of Honor tag team bout. Since then, Kennadi has shown the world her submission prowess, showing off a mastery of the Anaconda Vice that has led her to victories.
Kennadi’s mouth may have helped her gain an edge but it has seemingly made her a number of enemies in Women of Honor. In a tag team bout in Atlanta, Kennadi formed a dream team with “The Gatekeeper” Kelly Klein. Despite their victory, Kennadi and Kelly struggled to see eye to eye, with Kennadi stealing the submission victory from her partner.
With all of the potential in the world, Kennadi is poised to be a top Women of Honor for years to come. But the asset that makes her “The Exclamation Point of Women of Honor” also has the potential to make her the most enemies. Time will tell if Kennadi’s in-ring skills can keep up with the game she talks inside and outside the squared circle.