05 March 1996
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
27 Years Old
Jordynne Grace, alternatively recognized as Patricia Parker, was born on March 5, 1996, in Austin, Texas, United States. She is an American female professional wrestler.
Born on March 5, 1996, Patricia Forrest Parker is a prominent American professional wrestler known for her ring persona, Jordynne Grace. She is currently associated with Impact Wrestling and has achieved recognition as the Impact Knockouts Champion. Before becoming a part of Impact Wrestling, Grace established her presence in the independent circuit, contributing significantly to promotions such as Combat Zone Wrestling, Queens Of Combat, Women Superstars Uncensored, Alternative Wrestling Show, and Women's Wrestling Revolution, among others. Acknowledged for her remarkable strength and athleticism in the ring, Jordynne Grace often highlights these qualities through impactful suplexes in her matches. Her accolades include multiple Women's Championships in various promotions, with notable past roles as the PROGRESS Women's Champion and WSU Spirit Champion.
Competing across diverse wrestling organizations, including Impact Wrestling, Beyond Wrestling, and Pro-Wrestling: EVE, this accomplished wrestler has achieved success by securing victories in both the BCP ICONS Championship and the BLP Heavyweight Championship. Her impact on the wrestling community is evident, reflected in her substantial following that exceeds 340,000 on her Instagram page, jordynnegrace.
She is married to the wrestler Jonathan Gresham.
|Date of Birth
|05 March 1996
|Place of Birth
|St. Louis, Missouri, USA
|St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Jordynne Grace and fellow wrestler Jonathan Gresham exchanged vows, symbolizing their commitment and marital union. Their bond transcends the confines of the wrestling ring, encompassing a personal and romantic relationship. This partnership not only brings them together in their professional pursuits but also underscores a profound connection in their personal lives.
Initiating her wrestling career in Austin, Texas, Patricia Forrest Parker embarked on this path at the tender age of 15. Prior to reaching 17, she delved into the Mexican wrestling scene, engaging in matches for Lucha Libre Femenil in Monterrey. Demonstrating unwavering commitment to her passion, Parker accelerated her high school graduation by a year. This decision allowed her to relocate to St. Louis, Missouri, where she wholeheartedly immersed herself in the pursuit of her wrestling aspirations.
Grace made a noteworthy debut in the independent wrestling scene on September 22, 2012, at Metroplex Wrestling, participating in a match that ended with Claudia emerging as the victor. In the following year, 2013, Grace significantly expanded her wrestling engagements, making appearances in various promotions such as Bad Boys Of Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Lone Star Championship Wrestling, AAW Vanguard, and Resistance Pro Wrestling. Her first championship triumph occurred on July 18, 2015, at Keystone Pro Wrestling, where she secured the KPW Vixen Championship.
After this victory, Grace defended her newly acquired title at the KPW Saturday Show on September 12, 2015. Continuing her successful streak in title defenses, she overcame challenges in matches for Atomic Championship Wrestling on September 19 and October 10, defeating Rebecca Payne and Terra Calaway, respectively. Her last triumphant title defense took place on October 23 at KPW Friday Night Fights, where she emerged victorious against Nyla Rose.
On October 24, at a KPW Saturday Show, Grace took part in a Championship Three-Way Match alongside challengers Deonna Purrazzo and Mandy Leon. However, it was Leon who emerged as the winner in this particular contest. Following this event, Grace took a hiatus from the wrestling scene throughout November, making a return in December to conclude her 2015 campaign with two matches.
Her first December match occurred on December 11 at the Ted Petty Invitational, where she competed in a First Round Three-Way Match against Slade Sludge and the eventual winner, Matt Cage. On the December 26th edition of the KPW Saturday Show, Grace faced Mandy Leon in a rematch for the KPW Vixen Championship but, unfortunately, did not reclaim the title in this encounter.
|$ 6 Million
|Source of Income
Jordynne Grace, entering the wrestling scene at a height of 5 feet 3 inches, consistently grapples with a height disadvantage when facing her opponents in the ring.
4 Feet 11 Inches
Jordynne Grace is estimated to have a net worth or earnings ranging from $1 million to $5 million, with the predominant source of her wealth coming from her primary career as a professional wrestler.