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Laura Dennis (September 3, 1985) is a Canadian female professional wrestler currently working for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling under the ring name Allie. Dennis previously worked in several promotions on the independent circuit where she is well known by the ring name Cherry Bomb. She is most well known for her work in SHIMMER.
NCW Femmes Fatales (2009-2013)
Dennis debuted for NCW Femmes Fatales under the name Cherry Bomb on September 5, 2009, where she lost to Sara Del Rey at their debut show. She gained her first victory in the promotion on February 6, 2010, when she defeated Mistress Belmont via pinfall. She was scheduled to wrestle against Daffney at NCW Femmes Fatales' third show, but was unable to make the show. At Femmes Fatales IX on July 7, 2012, Cherry Bomb and Sweet Cherrie were defeated by the Canadian Ninjas (Portia Perez and Nicole Matthews) in a #1 Contender's Match for the Shimmer Tag Team Championship. After the match, Cherry Bomb turned heel and attacked Sweet Cherrie, blaming her for the loss. Cherry Bomb was defeated by Sweet Cherrie in a grudge match at Part 1 of Femmes Fatales X on November 3, 2012. She was also defeated by Hiroyo Matsumoto at Part 2 the same night. At Femmes Fatales XI on March 30, 2013, Cherry Bomb defeated Mary Lee Rose via submission to pick up her first win as a villain.
On February 15, 2015, Dennis appeared on TNA's Knockouts Knockdown III in a losing effort against Gail Kim.
- Finishing and signature moves
- Cherry Choke (Top-Rope Choke Hold)
- Cherry Popper (X-Factor)
- Tag teams and stables
- Wrestlers managed
- Theme music
Championships and accomplishments
- GCW Wild Champion (1 time)
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- PWI ranked her #48 in the 2009 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWI ranked her #44 in the 2010 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWI ranked her #40 in the 2011 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWI ranked her #42 in the 2012 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWI ranked her #28 in the 2013 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWI ranked her #26 in the 2014 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWI ranked her #8 in the 2015 PWI Top 50 Females
- PWF Women's Champion (1 time)
- WSU Championship (1 time, current)