Her name is Karen Q. and she is better than you.
If you don’t believe us, just ask her.
The talented Karen Q. shocked the world in April 2017 when she became the first competitor to defeat “The Gatekeeper” Kelly Klein, doing so by controversial countout in Baltimore. But Karen quickly proved her success was no fluke, pinning training partner and friend Deonna Purrazzo in the main event of the Women of Honor television special in a triple threat match.
The victory began a rift between the two friends that led to one of the most-intense feuds Women of Honor has ever seen, culminating in a brutal No DQ match in Dallas during Survival of the Fittest 2017 weekend.
Karen’s rise toward the top of Women of Honor has shocked fans who saw her for the first time on the big stage in 2017, but Karen had built one of the most impressive resumes on the independent scene before arriving in Women of Honor.
With her confidence at an all-time high, Karen thinks she has the tools to become the first-ever Women of Honor Champion. “When I came into Women of Honor, I came in with intelligence and confidence,” Karen said. “I shocked the world when I ended the undefeated streak. I’ve found my own way of succeeding by adapting, outsmarting and capitalizing on my opponents’ weaknesses. Whatever wrestling style or whoever I encounter, I know what I need to do to get the job done,” she told ROHWrestling.com.
Karen Q. has made few friends since debuting in Women of Honor and, in fact, has lost her closest allies. Karen has the tools to become the first Women of Honor Champion but can she outlast the field of 16?