Heather Jeannine continues her look at St Louis Anarchy with her first peek at a non-wrestling talent, announcer StepStoolSarah!
The next few weeks are going to be a little different because instead of highlighting wrestling talent, I want to highlight other Anarchy talents who don’t wrestle but do make an impact on every show. The first, is Anarchy’s ring announcer StepStoolSarah or Sarah Rose. Sarah is an outspoken feminist who is the first to state that wrestling is for everyone and she backs up what she says with her actions and has helped make Anarchy a more welcoming promotion.
I was actually at Sarah’s first ring announcing Anarchy show. She was shy, a bit timid, but definitely passionate about what she was doing. You could see the eagerness in her eyes to do well and standout. That was back in August 2016, and we’ve never looked back. Today, Sarah is confident, boisterous, and above all, an added gem to the show who attempts to make every match feel as special as it deserves.
In the three years since, Sarah has become an outspoken part of wrestling from her work within Anarchy, Black Label Pro, PWCS, and Zero 1 as a ring announcer to the photography work, she does at Glory Pro and Bizarro Lucha among other places. She has also valeted for the Gym Nasty Boyz at Journey Pro and at Bizarro Lucha. As well, as taking on an on-air role with IndependentWrestling.TV which as seen her all over SCI weekend which was just the start of their most recent takeover of indie wrestling.
Sarah is an integral part of Anarchy and the style they have cultivated. There aren’t many like her in the industry. Her role cannot be spotlighted enough.