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2013 MWR Female Wrestler of the Year “Miss Natural” Heather Patera

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 2, 2014

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The 2012 MWR Female wrestler of the year Heather Patera continues to be one of the top females in the sport today. Each and every weekend the daughter of Ken Patera is wrestling in and out of the coverage area. At Metro Pro Wrestling, she caused havoc along with the Commission feuding with former friend Steven J Girthy.

After surprisingly losing to red hot star Angelus Layne in March, Patera defeated MsChif in her hometown of St Louis at Dynamo Pro Wrestling in a Falls Count Anywhere match. April saw Patera regain the WLW Ladies Title from arch rival Stacey O’Brien for a 6th time, only to lose the title a few weeks later.

In July, Natural avenged her loss to Layne at Metro Pro Wrestling and defeated Mia Martinez at 3XW. She made her debut at Pro Wrestling Epic at the annual Balloon Festival picking up a win against newcomer Devyn Nicole. Another square off against MsChif ended with a loss.

Throughout the year, Miss Natural would return to SHIMMER, star at AAW and be booked around the country against some of the very best in pro wrestling today.

Championships, great matches around the country and talent are key reasons on why Miss Natural is awarded the 2013 MWR Female Wrestler of the Year. She  will go down in history as the first ever back to back MWR Female Wrestler of the Year.

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