Natalie Harrison (July 1, 1985) is a Canadian female professional wrestler working by the ring name of KC Spinelli. She wrestles regularly in Canadian promotions, however, Harrison has worked for other organizations including SHIMMER, Tulalip Championship Wrestling, National Wrestling Alliance and Big Time Wrestling. She is currently wrestling regularly for Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling.
Harrison describes her love for wrestling began at an early age while growing up in Guelph, Ontario. She states she used to play with the pro-wrestling action figures. As time went on, Harrison followed wrestling and watched women's wrestling improve significantly. A self-described tomboy, Harrison participated in many sports and activities including ballet, gymnastics, horseback riding, baseball, hockey, ringette, Karate, Judo, Muay Tai kickboxing, and wrestling. During her time in amateur wrestling in high school, Harrison took gold in amateur wrestling, and was expected to make the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSSA) championships. However, she suffered a fractured elbow in her last amateur match, which took over a year to heal.
Professional wrestling career
When Harrison finally pursued her interest in professional wrestling, she trained first with several in-ring experts including Scotty Mac, Artemis Spencer, "The Bomber" Nelson Creed and Nicole Matthews. Later on, she impressed ECCW and ASW wrestler Kenny Lush who also helped enhance her wrestling schooling. At ECCW, Lush described Harrison as proving her critics and opposition wrong. In time, she gained more bookings than most other ECCW graduates. From ECCW, Harrison, billed as KC Spinelli wrestled for promotions in Canada and in the western United States regions. During her on-going and extensive work in ECCW, Harrison won the ECCW Women's Championship from her mentor and inspiration Nicole Matthews at ECCW Halloween Hell on October 28, 2011.
Harrison attended Conestoga College, studying carpentry. She worked her apprenticeship after moving to British Columbia. Natalie is of an English descent.
Championships and accomplishments
- ECCW Women's Championship
- 2010 Women of the Year