At 5 feet tall, Gabby Ortiz will never be the biggest competitor in Women of Honor, but it would be a huge mistake for her opponents to sell her short. Having trained at the Ring of Honor Dojo and World Famous Monster Factory (where Punishment Martinez is one of her trainers), Ortiz has proved to be a worthy adversary since making her in-ring debut in 2016.
In Ortiz’s first match with Women of Honor, she teamed with Sumie Sakai in a winning effort during the War of the Worlds 2017 tour. Also in 2017, Ortiz spent two months in Japan competing for Stardom, the premier women’s wrestling organization in the world.
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