|Schreiber is in Dreamwave now|
Photo via @zahraschreiber
Dreamwave Wrestling, the Illinois promotion that has become one of the hottest indies in the country, debuted Schreiber on Saturday's A Nightmare on Gooding Street show as part of the big supergroup that includes Arik Cannon, Donovan Danhausen, Brubaker, and Ruff Crossing. Honestly, everyone does deserve a second chance, and I don't know too much about Schreiber to say otherwise about her. But at the same time, this seems a bit too... soon? I don't know, the Nazi paraphernalia and brash attitude towards people who called her out on it that came without much remediation still would make her radioactive to me. Then again, I don't have the stomach to be a wrestling promoter, so who knows.
In other Dreamwave news, Angelus Layne, the firebrand of a spitfire who has taken Inspire Pro by storm, has been a mainstay in that Mid-South/Illinois/St. Louis wrestling scene, and she's been pretty active in the promotion pretty recently. Well, judging by this Twitter post...
...that relationship is seemingly over. The glib reaction would be to say that now she has more time to travel down to Austin and be a major player in Inspire Pro, but it's shocking that she'd close the door on working with Dreamwave, especially since its profile is rising pretty high. She'll land on her feet and keep getting bookings though.Thanks for the memories, @DWWrestling.— Angelus Penny Layne (@AngelusLayne) October 5, 2015