Women's Wrestling Talk

The #1 Women's Wrestling Show on the Planet!


Driune Santana| Editor-In-Chief & Host

Driune Santana discovers a method to never be limited in the media sphere. After graduating from Hinds Community College with a degree in journalism, she interned at WMPR 90.1 FM while writing for Southern Laced. By watching the former program director, she learned how to run the board operator, play ads on time, do live interviews, and run contests with prizes.

Six months later, Santana was given the opportunity to host “The Lunchtime Oldies Show” Monday through Friday afternoons.

Santana did not stop there; she also founded The Culture Commentator, her own publication. As part of her platform, Santana has talked to singers, actors, business leaders, and other well-known people. Jazmine Sullivan, Sandra Smith, Dru Hill, Algee Smith, Keith Powers, Salt-N-Pepa, Angie Stones, Polo G, Flo Milli, Skip Marley, Keri Hilson, Christopher B. Duncan, T.I., and the 85 South, among others, are included. She has also covered the Academy Awards, the NAACP Image Awards, the BET Soul Train Awards, the Black Music Honors, and the BET Hip Hop Awards, as well as other listening parties and television and film press conferences. Santana has appeared on a variety of websites and panels, including Media Mogul in the Making, Melanin People, Black Girls in Media, Media Women Connect, KärnlMoon, Wrestling Wrealm, Heavy Sounds Crew, For(bes) The Culture, 2021 Business to Watch, and others.

Santana has collaborated with publications like Southern Laced, JaGurl TV, Stellar Magazine, Plastiq Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, The Source, Baller Alert, It’s Onsite, Revolt TV, and The Neighborhood Talk. She presently serves as Women’s Wrestling Talk’s Editor-in-chief. A publication dedicated to women wrestlers from around the world She has spoken with Bianca Belair, Naomi, Mercedes Martinez, Anna Jay, Deonna Purrazzo, and Taya Valkyrie, among others.

Santana not only hosts Raw, Impact, Smackdown, and Turnbuckle Glam on WWT, but she also takes pictures of wrestling inside and outside of the ring at other events she goes to. She is also the newest co-host to join “The Cool Kidz” on Mississippi’s Third Coast Radio.