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Daughters of wrestling legends starting all-women’s wrestling league

Brooke Hogan, left, and her father, Hulk Hogan, pose backstage at Z100s Jingle Ball in New Yorks Madison Square Garden, Friday, Dec. 15, 2006. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)
(AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)

Brittany Page, daughter of WCW and WWE standout Diamond Dallas Page, is following in her father’s footsteps.

Page is joining forces with the daughters of many of wrestling’s legends — including Hulk Hogan’s daughter Brooke Hogan, Lacey Von Erich of the Von Erich family, Roddy Piper’s daughter Ariel Toomb and Jean-Claude VanDamme’s daughter Bianca Brigitte VanDamme — to start an all-women’s wrestling promotion.

“Couldn’t be happier. I can’t believe all this has happened overnight,” she told Main Event Radio (h/t Wrestling Inc.) “We are all so excited to start this project and get it rolling. The girls on the project are the best girls that could be put together for this. We were all raised the same, and are kind of like the exact same person in different bodies. We all met for the first time Saturday night and we ended up having a seven and a half-hour dinner. It was amazing; it couldn’t go better.”

Page says she’s getting a great deal of moral support from her father.

“My dad is such as great dad. I couldn’t have gotten any luckier. He told me to be smart, work hard, and to always look good while doing it. When you’re in the wrestling world you have to be smart all the time and everything you do is watched. You have to always be thinking about the way you look and the way you say things,” she said. “He’s obviously limited with his involvement with the company since he’s contracted to other companies but as a father his advice has been unparalleled to any other advice I’ve ever received.”

There’s no word yet on when the company will host its first event.

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