Sara Del Rey - Early Life

Early Life

As a child, Amato considered herself a fan of wrestling. Citing Hulk Hogan & The Ultimate Warrior as two of her favorites due to their high energy characters and matches. She did not watch it for several years, but became interested again during high school. Sara admits that in high school, she was 'really shy and kind of awkward and scared of social situations.' Which made her doubt whether she would actually make it as a Professional Wrestler She briefly attended college following her graduation from high school, but disliked it and decided to become a professional wrestler instead. She initially trained with All Pro Wrestling's boot camp. In the beginning, Amato had to spend hours training, as wrestling did not come naturally to her. She went on to train in Japan.

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