Indie Wrestler Spotlight: Tootie Lynn

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The St. Louis wrestling scene is absolutely exploding right now, and one of the key contributors behind this momentum is none other than their own “Little Blue Dragon,” Tootie Lynn.

Born in Belleville, Illinois, Tootie (Kimberlynn Fields) has been putting her foot to faces and lighting up venues all over the country for 5 years. Primarily working throughout the midwest, she’s currently the Midwest Territory Champion, and has held that title for an astonishing 220 days as of this writing. She’s successfully defended this belt 5 times, most recently defeating Shazza McKenzie at Glory Pro Wrestling: “Massive Aggression.”

Tootie Lynn (Photo by Samantha Crim @STLSamSnaps

First stepping in the ring in December of 2017 in Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Tootie didn’t spend any time in the shallow end to learn how to swim. She reeled off an insane 53 matches across 27 different promotions in 2018, between Glory Pro, Emerge Wrestling, & Showtime Championship Wrestling, to name a few.

Tootie Lynn as “Seishin”

All this hard work was soon to pay off, as Tootie got her first glimpse of championship gold at CCW’s “Chaos in Charleston,” defeating the champion Sarah Summers and Mother Marni in a Three Way match. Around this time, Tootie introduced a new character to the scene, combining her karate background (in which she’s a black belt) and lucha libre/combat style wrestling into the birth of Seishin. Situationally wrestling between both characters, she’s compiled 70 matches wrestling as Seishin or Dragon Seishin, which she’s said to be her inner spirit. (Seishin also translates to “spirit” in English.)

Known for her colorful hair & personality, the eccentric Tootie also knows when she needs to dig deep and bring out her fiery persona. Having faced off against powerhouses such as Holidead, Max The Impaler, and Big Swole, Tootie often faces off against opponents larger than her in stature, and always figures out a way to channel that warrior spirit it takes to defeat the odds.

Tootie vs Allie Katch at “Live at the Pageant” via Glory Pro Wrestling

Tootie currently trains with St. Louis’s own “Team Ambition,” which is fronted by wrestling icon Davey Richards, and also coached by the likes of Warhorse, Mike Outlaw, and Camaro Jackson. Find out more about Team Ambition, below:

Whether she’s further expanding her blazing trail in AEW on Dark Elevation, adding cement to her legacy in Glory Pro Wrestling, or blessing the stage elsewhere with her intensity, make sure to catch the Little Blue Dragon in action when you can.

Catch Tootie Lynn in her next scheduled appearance, against Chelsea Green at Warrior Wrestling 23 on Saturday, June 18th.

Tootie Lynn vs Chelsea Green

Follow Tootie Lynn on Twitter at: @TheTootieLynn

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