'Monster Factory' is exactly what you need if you enjoy professional wrestling and want to know more about how the people who work there live. It's also quite motivating to see how hard they put in to help themselves. Gabriella Belpre, also known as Gabby Ortiz, has had her share of struggles but continues to strive to improve herself every day!
Gabby Ortiz, who is she?
Gabby found herself in a loving environment with her parents, who adored her. However, she soon realized that her mother had problems with her mental health while her daughter was in her teens, and she had to take care of her mother in order to ensure that nothing tragic happened. One day, Gabby returned home to discover that her mother had died of a suicide attempt.
Gabby confessed that she did not give herself time to grieve the immense loss she had suffered, and she began her wrestling career not even a year after her mother's death. Coach Daniel McDonald, AKA Danny Cage, confessed that he was impressed by Gabby's ability to wear different personalities, particularly as a fresher.
Gabby explained that her grief began to catch up to her after a while, and that her performance appeared to be not exactly as it had once been. She has continued to fight and become a member of the All Elite Wrestling organization (AEW).
Gabby attended Philadelphia's Creative and Performing Arts High School and graduated with a diploma in theater. In March 2014, she joined Blo Out Beauty Bar and worked there until November 2014. She then became a day staff member at Woody's Bar in the same month.
What Has Happened to Gabby Ortiz?
Gabby continues to earn professional wrestling honors. She is well-known on social media, with over 32 thousand Instagram followers. Moreover, she works with various brands and often promotes their products.
Gabby is the artist who has been a staffer at the Mayor's Office of Philadelphia since January 2016. The artist's father is often seen cheering Gabby on during her matches. He is perhaps Gabby's greatest fan.