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 Who is Dana Brooke?
Born on November 29th 1988, Ashley Mae Sebera is an American professional wrestler, fitness competitor, model, and a bodybuilder currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment. Ashley competes in the WWE NXT developmental system, under the ring name of Dana Brooke. Making her official WWE NXT debut in April of 2015, Dana has wasted no time making a name for herself. In addition to her in-ring training, she earned her way into the Fitness International competition at the 2015 Arnold Sports Festival, a first for an NXT Diva. Dana Brooke has arrived, and playtime is over! Read more...
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Dana Brooke is a top WWE NXT Diva, but it took a severe ankle injury to eventually land the former gymnast in a WWE Performance Center ring, and she couldn’t be happier. “Here I am now,” she happily said. “It’s just amazing where life takes you. I never thought in a million years I would be here.”

Once a very promising gymnast on the cusp of making the U.S. Olympic team — vying for gold around her neck — now she looks, trains, works to capture gold around her waist.

“Ever since I was a little girl, I was always flipping all over my house,” said Brooke, 27, a native of Ohio. “[Gymnastics] started when I was 2-years-old. My mother [Robin] took me to the Mom & Tot classes at the Johnson’s Gymnastics Center in Valley View, Ohio. I was bouncing around there, at home, in my backyard, and I became a gymnast for 18 years.”

Competing at a very high level, she traveled the world for meets, including Junior Olympics in 2001. She even made the U.S. national team with the bigger Olympics in her sights.

“Then a career-ending injury happened, where I had reconstructive surgery on my right ankle,” she noted. “It was devastating to me. I didn’t know what I was going to do.” Read the rest of this entry

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