QWI 100: 2020’s Best LGBTQ pro wrestlers, 21 through 40
Welcome back to the 2020 QWI 100 chronicling the top 100 LGBTQ pro wrestlers of the year. Make sure to check out Outsports’ first day of coverage for an introduction to the list and the first 20 honorees.
21. Coco Mousse
Mousse is barely into their pro wrestling career yet is already starting to leave a mark in the New York area. “The Dragazon’s” path of destruction came to a halt due to the pandemic, but she is simply biding her time and making YouTube videos until she can return to the ring.
22. Da Shade
Da Shade kept his championship collection as thicc as his peach in 2020. Wrestling throughout Las Vegas, Nevada and Arizona mainly, Shade ends the year with both the Versus Level Up and Party Hard Tag Team titles firmly around his waist.
He may claim to be “Ya Dame,” but he’s really everyone’s Dame. The reigning Atomic Championship Wrestling champion successfully defended his title while lending his voice to debunking bisexual stereotypes and the call for trans rights.