Nigh claims another Tulsa championship


Urbana fifth-grader Libertie Nigh (pictured) recently became a back to back (2019 & 2020) World Of Wrestling Tulsa National Champion. She will be traveling to Reno, Nevada, in April in an attempt to win her 2nd World Of Wrestling Reno World Championship.

Urbana fifth-grader Libertie Nigh (pictured) recently became a back to back (2019 & 2020) World Of Wrestling Tulsa National Champion. She will be traveling to Reno, Nevada, in April in an attempt to win her 2nd World Of Wrestling Reno World Championship.


Urbana fifth-grader Libertie Nigh (pictured) recently became a back to back (2019 & 2020) World Of Wrestling Tulsa National Champion. She will be traveling to Reno, Nevada, in April in an attempt to win her 2nd World Of Wrestling Reno World Championship.

Urbana fifth-grader Libertie Nigh (pictured) recently became a back to back (2019 & 2020) World Of Wrestling Tulsa National Champion. She will be traveling to Reno, Nevada, in April in an attempt to win her 2nd World Of Wrestling Reno World Championship.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2020/01/web1_nigh.jpgUrbana fifth-grader Libertie Nigh (pictured) recently became a back to back (2019 & 2020) World Of Wrestling Tulsa National Champion. She will be traveling to Reno, Nevada, in April in an attempt to win her 2nd World Of Wrestling Reno World Championship.