At September To Remember 2013, Allie Parker was one of the last two women remaining in the ring at the conclusion of the Luna Vachon Memorial Lunacy Cup Battle Royal. She would go on to compete in the Cup Final against the other–the eventual winner–Hudson Envy. Still, she was a Cup Finalist, which in itself if quite the accomplishment. However, she recently made a decision that is a far bigger accomplishment than winning any cup, trophy, award or title belt. Allie Parker became a living donor.
Allie Parker saved her brother’s life.
On May 30th, 2015 at Future Stars of Wrestling in Las Vegas, Nevada, Parker competed in what would likely be her final match. Two days later, she had her kidney removed so that she could donate it to her brother, Ryan, who has been battling diabetes for 21 years. In this video by Turnbuckle Magazine, Parker is interviewed shortly before her match, where she talks about her decision to donate her kidney to her brother to save his life. Both are said to be recovering after a successful transplant operation.
Vendetta Pro Wrestling would like to congratulate Ryan and we wish for a speedy and full recovery. In addition, we would like to show a tremendous amount of respect for Allie Parker on her decision to donate, and best wishes for both her and her brother going forward.
For information on being a donor, please visit www.kidney.org/transplantation/livingdonors