This is a short bio of me. Madusa
You may know me as Madusa, Alundra Blayze, Debrah, or the woman that threw the WWF Woman’s Title in the trash on WCW Nitro. But what you may not know is that I have been blazing my own path, my own way since the day that I was born, and I will continue to do so, and maybe I can help inspire you to do the same in your life? 🙂
Just like you, I have a story to tell. I might be defined by a few specific moments in my professional life, but my story has so many twists and turns; successes and failures; ups and downs that’s helped mold me into the person that I am today. You may think that you know me, but there’s so much to my story, and I’m so excited to share it with you.
My journey started when I thought I was born in Milan, Italy. From there, my family situation was ALL LIES. I am from Minneapolis, Minnesota (Go Vikings!). I thought for most of my life I was the only child, but I recently discovered that I have a brother and sister, which was quite a shock, but definitely a great shock!
I had so many interests as kid, but from a young age I always seemed to be steered towards sports and business. In fact, when I was 10 by mowing yards for 50 cents. By 14 my first job was at Arby’s at $2.70 an hour. With that job, I saved for my first vehicle and my first apartment. I am sharing this to give people an idea of what my life was like and how I overcame a lot of adversity by plowing through and visualizing my goals.
From there, life has taken me down many paths from nursing, to pro wrestling, to monster trucks, to dog grooming, to yoga instructor, to reiki master, to CNHP, to personal trainer and public speaker, and I’ve loved every minute of it! Life isn’t about taken what’s given to you, it’s about blazing your own path, and making your life what you want it to be.
It’s always been important to me to be an original; an innovator, not an imitator. Whether it was using martial arts in my wrestling matches in the 80s when that wasn’t the norm, or climbing to the top of a cage, going to Japan to learn a whole new style & living in a bus, or teaching myself on the fly how to drive a monster truck, I’ve always strived to be a trendsetter
My goal is to inspire people to their full potential with gratitude and to enhance their self worth with new beginnings.
In fact, my next venture (my second act of life) is to help educate others about change and transition in life. Today, it seems like the world is so convoluted with so many people selling healthy ways to live that 80% are only quickly changing fads. I help people understand what’s a fad, and what’s real and important.
With that being said, Welcome to FIT- Feminine, Intelligent and Tough (make sure you check this page out.) The goal is to guide others to help themselves. This is all under the F.I.T. Tab
In life, we’re faced with countless challenges and obstacles, but I believe that a positive attitude, along with mental and physical toughness is the key to not only facing those challenges, but pinning them for the 3 count!
Just like I became a multiple time world champion in professional wrestling, and monster truck driving, I feel that believing and overachieving can make you a champion in anything that you set your mind to. And I’m here to help you find that mindset, and reach your goals!
Above everything else, thank you so much for all of your years of support. It’s meant the world to me, and I couldn’t of done this crazy adventure that I’ve been on without you!