THE SEOUL CRUSHER
Born into the rough world of Korean Infant Luchadora Fighting at the height of its popularity, the Seoul Crusher was thrown into the ring when she was mere days old, where she was defeated by another luchadora named the Infant Impaler. At such a young age, the loss was almost too much for her to bear, but she got back in the ring and began a winning streak that no other baby lucha had ever seen. When Crusher was just a month old, she tasted the sweetness that is revenge when she crushed the Infant Impaler in a cradle match for the ages.
With her rival defeated, Seoul Crusher was able to go about her life - free of worries and free of fighting - living with her former lucha partner Seoul Sista. But her time of leisure was short-lived; her life as an infant luchadora was catching up to her. She began to hear rumblings of threats against not only her honor, but her life. With no other option, she fled the country. At just three months old, a lovely all-American family took her in – completely unaware of her history. Although thousands of miles away from her homeland Korea, she feared entering into the wrestling circuit … until now. Just recently Seoul Crusher learned of the death of her former sister in the ring – Seoul Sista. After living under an alias for 24 years, the Seoul Crusher has decided to return to the ring, to honor her fallen sister and to seek out that sweet taste of revenge once again.