Danyah Rivietz - Shimmer Women Athletes

Shimmer Women Athletes

Danyah made her Shimmer Women Athletes debut as part of the opening match of Volume 17. She teamed with Jennifer Blake in a losing effort against Rain and Jetta. Later in the night on Volume 18 they lost to the team of Malia Hosaka and Lexie Fyfe. She competed in her first singles match on Volume 19 where she lost to the returning Serena Deeb. Later in the night on Volume 20 she also lost to Amazing Kong. She came back on Volume 21 in a losing effort to Nikki Roxx but was able to score the first victory against Cat Power as part of Volume 22. She was scheduled to take part at the May 2009 tapings of Volumes 23 to 26, but was unable to get there due to travelling issues.

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