Lynnette Martinez, Female Wrestler Known as ‘She-Hulk,’ Missing After UFC Event in Texas
A female wrestler known by the stage name She-Hulk has been reported missing after a wrestling championship in Texas, police said.
Lynnette Martinez, 30, was last seen on Friday, March 24, in San Antonio, where she was attending an Ultimate Fighting Championship event. She was supposed to return to El Paso on Sunday, but her mother Posted on Facebook The third that she never comes home.
A friend, Sarah Gonzalez-Lunda, say on Facebook that Martinez was staying with her in San Antonio and left her house at 4 a.m. Saturday. She told the local news station THAT that Martinez said she was going to meet an unknown man who promised to introduce her to people involved in the UFC. Martinez called her Sunday to say she would come back to get her things, Gonzalez-Lunda said, but never came.
Gonzalez-Lunda also said she received a call from an unknown man on Monday who said he met Martinez in Austin and took her phone. According to Martinez’s mother, both of her phones have been off since Saturday.
Martinez is a mother of three young children.
“Her twins are 10 years old and baby girl is 2 years old!” its mother posted. “She is also the eldest of her 5 brothers and a niece! For God’s love! If anyone has any information they can help us, Anything! Please contact!”
Gonzalez-Lunda filed a missing person report with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities are looking for a 5-foot-2, 120-pound woman with purple and black hair and brown eyes.
Her mother told KVIA: “Her children are starting to ask for her. “My family and my kids, we’re living our worst nightmare right now.”