Nicole Barela

Nicole Barela

About Nicole Barela

Nicole Barela

Nicole Barela

January 26, 1985

Place of Birth    :   Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Also Known As    :   Niya Barela, Princess Niya, Niya Verino, Ezavel Suena, Niya, Niya 1

is an American retired professional wrestler. She formerly competed for Women Superstars Uncensored where she has worked under the names Niya and Ezavel Suena. Barela made her debut for Women Superstars Uncensored as a babyface under the name Niya in April 2010, teaming with Joey Janella in a losing effort to Jana and Ricky Oceans in the first round of the King and Queen of the Ring tournament. She would later take part in that year's Uncensored Rumble Match, which was won by former WWE Women's Champion Jazz. Niya would pick up her first WSU victory by defeating Rick Cataldo, but she would lose to Brittney Savage two months later at Breaking Barriers in a match for Savage's Spirit Championship that was officiated by Cataldo. Niya defeated Athena at The Final Chapter in January 2011. She also took part of WSU's 4th Anniversary Show in a losing effort against the evil Nikki Roxx. Niya again competed in the Uncensored Rumble Match, which was won by Lexxus that year. At Breaking Barriers II, Niya lost a Loser Leaves WSU match to Jennifer Cruz. By 2015, Barela wrestled fewer matches than her previous years. All total, she wrestled five more matches beginning in February at WSU 8th Anniversary Show, where she dropped the WSU Spirit Championship to Nevaeh. She returned three months later on May 9 at WSU Power, where she was eliminated in the first round of a WSU Spirit title tournament by Athena. Her next match was on June 6 at WXW C-4 Heat wrestling a Four Way match against Renee Michelle, defending WXW Diamond Division Champion Jenny Rose and Sammi Pandora, but the Michelle won the match and the title. Two months later on August 2 at WXW C-4 August Armageddon, Niya defeated Sammi Pandora in a singles match. Niya wrestled her final match on October 3 at WXW C-4 Mind Games where defeated Rebecca Payne.