Lady Victoria AKA Victoria Ann Moreno was born September 15, 1972 in Barstow, California. is a Hispanic American professional female wrestler/Luchadora, manager/valet, and Actress. She made her American professional wrestling debut on January 16, 1993, at The San Bernardino Sports Arena. Lady Victoria made her first Mexican Wrestling (know as Lucha Libre) appearance during the “EMLL” event held at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles on July 9th, 1994 as well as her Lucha Libre AAA debut in Tijuana 1995 & Television debut at Triplemania IV en Orizaba, Veracruz in July 15, 1996. That night she suffered from a facture in her right hand which she didn’t realize for several days. Working with such injuries limited her work ethics and training to minimal, it took 3 ½ to 4 months for her recovery while working as a Valet/Luchadora. During her career, Lady Victoria has performed all over the USA & Mexico, performing for companies such as AAA, CMLL/EMLL, IWRG, Promo Aztecas, & XPW to name a few.
Moreno debuted as Victoria Starr, after being trained by Billy Anderson & Jesse Hernandez. She would Began wrestling as Lady Victoria 3 months into her career. She began Lucha Libre/Valet with Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion promotion in Baja California in 1995, having performed in Tijuana prior in late1993 is where she was first introduced to the Lucha Libre style of wrestling and immediately took interest in learning more. Having found this style closer to home, she began training and performing Lucha Libre style wrestling at the “All Nations Center” in Los Angeles, California and "Boys & Girls Club" in Pomona, California for Sergio Garcia. Lady Victoria grew her fan base by performing in the Independent shows other wise know as “Indy Scenes” for various companies in American style wrestling, As well as Lucha Libre in Mexico. At his time she had first comic book published titled “Lady Victoria vs. Queen of the Vampires”.
AAA (Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion)
Lady Victoria’s first major television debut was on AAA (Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion), in where some of her biggest feuds were with Miss Janeth as Luchadoras/valets. Lady Victoria was introduced at the Triplemania IV, Main Event in Orizaba, Veracruz on July 15th of 1996 (Plaza de Toros “La Concordia”)as valet/second(Manager) to Mascara Sagrada while Miss Janeth was valet/second to Killers. Later that night her right hand had been fractured which limited her performance for the next 3 ½ to 4 months. She then also starting wrestling as Lady Victoria and wrestling masked as Chiquitibum (pronounced – chi-qi-ti-boom), feuding with Zuleyma (Miss Janeth’s older sister), Miss Janeth, & La Briosa. Occasionally teaming with La Sirenita & Princesa Apache(aka Mary Apache) Also Debuted in IWRG in 1996 as Alondra masked. Later, the feuding with Miss Janeth would end as she gave Lady Victoria an (Illegal) Martinete as Valets, in a crazy, action-packed, six man tag match in Actopan, Hgo. In 1996 in Womens Single Competition Lady Victoria was ranked #4 in Super Luchas.
IWRG (Grupo Revolucion)
Alondra had many feuds here with Miss Janeth, Barbara Blaze, La Indomable, Mohicana, Migala, Just to name a few. Having performed for the company from 96’ to 99’ and occasionally teaming up with Irma Aguilar. Alondra recieved many awards in the years performed in the company.
Shortly thereafter Lady Victoria was invited to Promo Azteca where she was a valet to El Hijo del Diablo, & Occasionally the tag team of Damien 666 & Halloween. Being the only woman wrestler/manager in the company, she was elected to start a Women’s Division for the company, which got under way with few Luchadoras and several “Indy” promotions to ready for Television,. Which led her to continue performing with IWRG as Alondra & CMLL/EMLL as Lady Victoria.
CMLL/EMLL (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre y La Empressa)
Lady Victoria Feuded with who she says are the best Women Athletes in Mexico, La Diabolica & Infernal. Partnering with Lady Apache & Princessa Blanca. Then, as Lady Victoria was so over from being El Hijo del Diablo’s valet prior in Promo Aztecas, They began to partner her with La Diabolica against Lady Apache & Princessa Blanca. She was a crowd favorite weather you loved her or loved to hate her at Arena Mexico & The Coliseo. Women were not getting a lot of TV time from the company at this point, but performed plenty all over Mexico.
In Early 1999, Lady Victoria was feeling a little home sick and decided to return to the USA where she now resides in San Diego, California continuing to perform in Baja California. Upon returning, Lady Victoria became the Valet for Halloween, which eventually led to the infamous La Familia de Tijuana, & feuds with Lola Gonzalez. La Familia also began there stint in XPW in 2001. In 2002 La Familia was invited to perform for CMLL, which would be very familiar territory for Lady Victoria. Having accompanied La Familia to CMLL to perform 2 weeks of Television, Lady Victoria made the ultimate decision to part ways from La Familia and return home. She could not imagine being away for another couple of years again, at this point having had her first Daughter with her Husband. In 2001 Lady Victoria was Awarded Manager/Valet of the year by Luchas 2000 for leading La Familia de Tijuana to many Titles and memorable matches. In 2001 Awarded Manager/Valet of the year in Baja California for managing the Sucessful Team of La Familia de Tijuana.
XPW (Xtreme Pro Wrestling)
Lady Victoria Accompanied Mexico’s Most Wanted (La Familia), as she would perform with opponents of the male gender with Damien & Halloween not only as a manager but in six man tag matches, feuding with Angel. She recieved a 450 splash from John Kronus, in the match which is a memorable moment in XPW. She would also compete in singles competition which she could perform harder & better than half of the locker room full of talented men at this point, from having gained so much experience while residing in Mexico. She joined The Black Army briefly and returned to the side of Mexico's Most Wanted where she belongs. Victoria ultimately took a break from performing altogether in 2002 as she became pregnant with her second daughter. She loves being a mother and wants to spend more time at home raising her two daughters. We miss her and anticipate her return to the ring.