Sarah Stock (born March 4, 1979) is a Canadian professional wrestler. She currently competes for Shimmer Women Athletes and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) under the ring name Dark Angel. Stock has wrestled for many independent promotions throughout North America, facing both male and female wrestlers.
Stock began her career in Canada and moved back and forth across the country, competing for various promotions. She then moved to Mexico, where she competed for Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) and later for CMLL. She has also wrestled for Federación Internacional de Lucha Libre, where she held the Women's Championship, and Lucha Libre Feminil, where she held the Juvenil Championship.
Stock has always been interested in athletics. She practiced and competed in Muay Thai kickboxing for several years before entering profressional wrestling. She has also participated in soccer, track and field, cross country running and horseback riding. Stock has stated that, if she had to pick a career outside of wrestling, she would consider the field of Sports Psychology and Nutrition.
The following month, Stock began wrestling for Afa Anoa'i's World Xtreme Wrestling (WXW) in Pennsylvania. She competed against female wrestlers, including Mercedes Martinez and Valentina. In October, she returned to Canada and wrestled in Albertan independent promotions under the ring name Sarah Griffin. She engaged in a feud with Charlotte Webb, and the two faced each other in both Hybrid Wrestling Coalition and Can-Am Wrestling. Griffin was successful in the majority of these matches. From November 2002 to April 2003, she competed in several other Canadian independent promotions, including Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling, Monster Pro Wrestling, and Premier Championship Wrestling. In April, she returned to WXW, where she feuded with male wrestler Kyle Kruze. This feud included matches with special stipulations, including a "Kiss My Ass" match and a Bra and Panties match.
Although Stock began appearing with AAA under the assumption that she would be wrestling, the company had her start out by holding up signs for the crowd at events. Stock did not wrestle regularly for AAA, and she stopped appearing for the promotion after a few sporadic shows. She later signed with Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), AAA's rival promotion. She competed regularly for CMLL in the promotion's newly-rebuilt women's division while also competing for various independent promotions.
While she was touring, Stock continued to wrestle in Mexico. At a CMLL event, she competed in a mask vs. hair match against Amapola. Stock won the match and the right to remove Amapola's mask. She also won the Federación Internacional de Lucha Libre Women's Championship on March 25, 2005 by defeating Princesa Sugey.
In September 2006, Stock toured the Canadian Maritimes with MainStream Wrestling Entertainment (MSW). She wrestled "X-Ray" Kyle Kruze, the MSW Atlantic Canadian Champion, and beat him in all three of their matches. Because the title was not on the line, however, she did not win the belt. She also had several high-profile matches against Nattie Neidhart, daughter of professional wrestler Jim Neidhart. Stock and Neidhart split the series, with Stock winning two matches and Neidhart winning three.
Stock also wrestles for SHIMMER Women Athletes, a promotion based in Chicago, Illinois. She made he debut for Shimmer on June 1, 2007 in a tournament to determine the promotion's initial champion. Stock defeated Cheerleader Melissa in the first round and MsChif in the quarterfinals. She was eliminated from the tournament with a loss to Sara Del Rey in the semifinal, however. On October 13, 2007, Stock defeated Daizee Haze to earn a championship match later in the evening. Stock faced Del Rey in a two out of three falls match for Del Rey's title belt but was defeated.