A top female wrestler and a mum of two, known for her kindness and sparkling personality, has tragically died in a horror car crash.
Chelsey Cartwright, 31, who was nicknamed "Bubbles" died on Monday, June 13, on the A50 in Derbyshire on her return to Nottinghamshire around 4.40am when her Ford collided with a tree.
Chelsey, who earned her nickname for her outgoing personality, had recently moved away from Grimsby, reports Grimsby Live.
Chelsey featured in the Grimsby Telegraph when she appealed for help in bringing a rescue dog from China to Grimsby – having lived in China for a short while teaching English in 2014 and finding the dog in a bin.
Hundreds of pounds were raised to help pay for "Lucky" to be reunited with her when she returned to Grimsby after Chinese authorities had set a £2,000 demand for Lucky to be released to go to Grimsby.
Chelsey turned pro in August 2007 and attracted interest from Germany, France and the US, where she had hoped to compete.
At the time she said: “People say it’s fake, but there’s a lot of physical impact and you have to build up your muscles and bone strength.
"You have to work really hard on your physical strength and agility to be able to pull off some of the moves. And you have to be prepared to get hurt. That takes dedication.”
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Heartfelt tributes pour in as woman, 25, dies after her Mercedes crashes into a tree
Chelsey’s own finishing move – the Sunset Bomb – was among her trademark moves.
British Wrestling Revolution posted a tribute: "Chelsey was renowned for her upbeat personality and her kindness.
"She will be very much missed by everybody who had the pleasure of knowing her.
"Chelsey was not only a talented professional but a friend to many at the team at BWR as well as being a firm fan favourite."
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