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here! Title History
UWA (Ultimate Wrestling Alliance) Cruiserweight title defeating Mark Andrews (May 30, 1998 – Undefeated);
ICW (Inter-Championship Wrestling) Provincial title defeating Serge Proulx (December 11, 1999 to Jan 8, 2000);
ICW (Inter-Championship Wrestling) Provincial title defeating Serge Proulx (January 8, 2000 to February 26, 2000);
ICW (Inter-Championship Wrestling) Tag Team titles w/Sexy Julie defeating Nico and Serge Saumon (February 10, 2001);
ASW (All-Star Wrestling) Canadian title defeating J.C. Owens (July 2, 2001- Undefeated);
ICW Tag Team titles w/Mr. Saturday Night defeating Twin Terrors and TNT Action (March 22, 2003 to May 24, 2003);
LLF (Lucha Libre Feminil) EXTREME title defeating Princesa Sugey (December 13, 2003);
SAW (Slam Angels Wrestling) World title defeating Kid Kady (January 21, 2004 to November 4, 2005);
Evolution of Wrestling Super 8 Women’s Champion by winning a Tournament in Quebec (September 4, 2005);
CZW (Combat Zone Wrestling) Iron Man title defeating Kevin Steen (August 12, 2006);
NSPW (North Shore Pro Wrestling) heavyweight title defeated Simon Martel (December 8, 2012);
In The Beginning:
At the age of 16, Genny Goulet joined a wrestling school in her hometown of Sorel, Canada.
June 27, 1997: Genny Goulet debuted as “Lucifer”, a morbid character, dressed all in black.
Late 1997: Lucifer moved on to Montreal to work for several different wrestling promotions.
Lucifer changed her name (and gimmick) to “Lucy Fer”, a more flamboyant character.
Lucy Fer began a successful career in inter-gender matches travelling all-over Canada and Eastern-United States.
Lucy Fer was also known to work as a referee on various wrestling shows from time-to-time.
1999: “Precious” Lucy became well-known for her hardcore wrestling style and bloody matches.
Precious Lucy started working for the famous Jacques Rougeau promotion in Montreal.
December 1999: Precious Lucy won the ICW Provincial title, the first woman to do so.
Lucy took inter-gender matches to the extreme with barb-wire, tables, ladders, thumbtacks, chains, chairs and various other weapons.
Precious Lucy also wrestled in the Calgary area and nearby provinces where she met many members of the well-known family, the Harts.
2000: Precious Lucy worked some matches in Tennessee, for the National Wrestling Alliance promotion.
Precious Lucy was also named official commissionner by the ICW and won the ICW Tag Team titles with Sexy Julie.
The First Lady of Hardcore – Precious Lucy:
Precious Lucy joined the Hardcore Wrestling Federation and was given the nickname of “First Lady of Hardcore”.
Lucy teamed up with huge J.C. Owens and going up against Jack Damage and Pitbull in a barb-wire table deathmatch!
September 2002: Precious Lucy suffered a bad injury on her right knee located in the intern meniscus and the ACL.
December 7, 2002: Precious Lucy returned to ICW to explain her injury and her intentions upon returning.
~~~Lucy was attacked by Sexy Julie and Nico le Prince with a chain and steel chair until Ludger Proulx made the save.
Japan and Mexico (Changed Name To “Lufisto”):
August 24, 2003: Precious Lucy started for the A-to-Z promotion in Japan under the name LuFisto.
Precious Lucy (aka LuFisto) has also wrestled with a women’s promotions out of Monterrey, Mexico.
Canada (Changed Name To “Lufisto”):
May 23, 2004 – ACW/NWA in St. Hyacinthe, Quebec: LuFisto defeated Sweet Cherry and Julie Red Fox in a 3-WAY.
May 29, 2004 – CWA Montreal: Michael Von Payton defeated Ruffy Silverstein and LuFisto in Montreal.
July 2, 2004 – Mid Summer Madness: Julie Red Fox defeated LuFisto in Montreal, Quebec..
August 28, 2004 – CWA: LuFisto defeated Abid Mansuor (manager) in a whipping match.
September 25, 2004 – CWA: Michael Von Payton defeated LuFisto in a “towel” match.
October 23, 2004 – CWA: Sweet Cherrie and LuFisto defeated Tank, MVP and Misty Haven.
December 11, 2004 – NWA Quebec: Tank defeated LuFisto.
September 4, 2005: LuFisto won the Evolution of Wrestling Super 8 Womens Tournament in Quebec City, Quebec.
~~~LuFisto beat Liz Drey (1st round) and Julie Red Fuxx (2nd round) and Kacey Diamond (in the Finals).
September 23, 2005 – SuperGirls: LuFisto defeated Pyro in a match early in the show.
~~~Rebecca Knox defeated LuFisto to win the Supergirls title after Scotty Mac power bombed LuFisto through a Table.
Missionaries of Violence (LuFisto and Sexxxy Eddy):
April 15, 2006 – CZW: LuFisto made her debut with CZW and attacked Pandora but then Adam Flash and B-Boy beat her up! April 22, 2006 – IWS: Missionaries of Violence (Sexxy Eddy and LuFisto) defeated Jagger W. Bush and Shayne Hawke.
May 13, 2006 – CPW – Night of Champions: Misty Haven and Portia Perez defeated LuFisto and Moonlight.
May 27, 2006 – GCW: Team Sailor Moon (LuFisto/Cherry Bomb/Darkstone) beat Team Rocket (Timothy Dalton/Pandora/Steve Brown),
~~~LATER ON IN THE MAIN EVENT: LuFisto and Mark Jaguar defeated Michael Elgin and Tiana Ringer in a mixed tag match..
June 3, 2005 – IWS: Lufisto and Eddy beat SLI-USA and The Rock and Cock Express and The Soprano Family in a 4-WAY.
August 12, 2006 – CZW: Larry Sweeney defeated LuFisto by pinfall using the secone rope for leverage.
June 10, 2006 – CZW: Adam Flash and Pandora defeated Sexxxy Eddy and LuFisto in a Mixed tag team match. July 8, 2006 – International Wrestling Syndicate: Lufisto defeated Dru Onyx.
August 12, 2006 – CZW: The Forefathers of CZW defeated Blackout and The Canadians in an All Out War Cage match. ~~~The Canadians = Kevin Steen and LuFisto and Frankie The Mobster and El Generico.
~~~The Forefathers of CZW = Justice Pain and Nick Gage and Eddie Kingston..
~~~Team Blackout = Ruckus and Sabian and Joker and Robbie Minero.
~~~During the match: LuFisto pinned her own team-mate Kevin Steen to capture the CZW Iron Man title!
August 26, 2006 – IWS: The Hardcore Ninjaz beat The Missionaries of Violence (Sexxxy Eddy/LuFisto) to retain the Tag Titles.
September 9, 2006 – CZW Chri$ Ca$h Memorial: LuFisto won the Chris Cash Memorial Battle Royal!
September 9, 2006 – CZW: Defeated B-Boy with help from Nate Webb to retain the CZW Iron Man title. September 30, 2006 – IWS: Lionel Knight and Christopher Bishop defeated Missionaries of Violence (Sexxxy Eddy and LuFisto).
October 14, 2006 – Combat Zone Wrestling: LuFisto defeated DJ Hyde to retain the CZW Iron Man Title! October 22, 2006 – SHIMMER Volume #7: “The Latina Sensation” Mercedes Martinez defeated LuFisto.
October 22, 2006 – SHIMMER Volume #8: LuFisto defeated Allison Danger by choke out submission.
October 28, 2006 – Jersey All Pro Wrestling: Alicia and Lufisto defeated Melissa Stripes and Alexa Thatcher
October 29, 2006 – Stranglehold Wrestling: Won an 8-Person King of the Death Match Tournament in Toronto.
~~~LuFisto beat Juggernaut (1st Rnd) | Beat Bill Skullion (2nd Rnd) | Beat Mad Man Pondo (Finals).
December 9, 2006 – CZW: Pandora’s Box (The Messiah and Adam Flash and B-Boy) defeated Danny Havoc and Luke and LuFisto. ~~~MAIN EVENT: Nick Gage defeated John Zandig and Lobo and LuFisto (last minute addition) in a Cage of Death match.
January 10, 2007: LuFisto went on hiatus from active wrestling due to damaging 2 of her vertebrae and needed surgery.
The Return of LUFISTO:
September 22, 2007 – International Wrestling Syndicate: Damian defeated LuFisto in Montreal, Quebec. October 6, 2007 – Sherbrooke Championship Wrestling: LuFisto guest refereed a 3-on-1 Handicap Hardcore match.
October 20, 2007 – GCW W.I.L.D.: LuFisto defeated Deanna Conda (1st Round) | LuFisto received a bye into the Finals. ~~~Portia Perez defeated LuFisto in the Finals to capture the W.I.L.D. (Wrestling Independent Ladies Division) title!
November 3, 2007 – IWS: Shayne Hawke and EXesS beat The Missionaries of Violence (Sexxy Eddy and LuFisto).
November 10, 2007 – CZW: Sabian defeated LuFisto to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight title
December 1, 2007 – International Wrestling Syndicate: Crazy F’n Manny defeated LuFisto in an Old School IWS Death Match ~~~Sexxxy Eddy’s valet, Hottie Holly, caused a distraction while 2.0 (Jagged and Shane Matthews) attacked LuFisto from behind.
December 8, 2007 – CZW: Sabian (BLKOUT banned) defeated LuFisto to retain the CZW World Junior Heavyweight Title. ~~~Sexxxy Eddy whacked LuFisto with a chair (Sabian attacked Sexxxy Eddy and hugged LuFisto in a sign of respect).
January 12, 2008 – CZW: LuFisto defeated Mickie Knuckles following a Burning Hammer onto set-up chairs.
February 16, 2008 – PWA Niagara: Stefany Sinclair vs. LuFisto ended in a No Contest because Juan Ortiz and Warhed interfered. ~~~Juan Ortiz and Stefany Sinclair defeated LuFisto and Warhed (Juan Ortiz hit LuFisto with Mr. Floppy and pinned LuFisto).
July 5, 2008 – SHIMMER Volume #19: LuFisto defeated Rain with the Burning Hammer.
July 5, 2008 – SHIMMER Volume #20: Cheerleader Melissa defeated LuFisto with a Kudoh Driver.
October 19, 2008 – SHIMMER Volume #21: LuFisto and Jennifer Blake defeated Portia Perez and Nicole Matthews in Match B. ~~~The International Home Wrecking Crew (Rain and Jetta) defeated The Suicide Blondes (LuFisto and Jennifer Blake) in Match C.
October 19, 2008 – SHIMMER Volume #22: LuFisto defeated “The Croatian Panther” Wesna Busic in an International Dream Match.
November 30, 2008 – GCW: LuFisto defeated Phil Latio in a Harcdore Intergender Match to retain the ALF Women’s Title. 2008: LuFisto was named Quebec’s Independent Female Wrestler of the year by http://www.quebechof.com.
April 17, 2009 – Ring of Honor: Daizee Haze defeated LuFisto in a SHIMMER Showcase match.
May 2, 2009 – SHIMMER Volume #23: LuFisto defeated “The Rate Tank” Kellie Skater with a Burning Hammer.
May 2, 2009 – SHIMMER Volume #24: “The Croatian Panther” Wesna Busic w/Annie Social defeated LuFisto.
May 3, 2009 – SHIMMER Volume #25: LuFisto defeated Amber O’Neal by submission in the Jujigatame.
May 3, 2009 – SHIMMER Volume #26: MsChif defeated LuFisto with the Desecrater to retain the SHIMMER title.
September 5, 2009 – NCW Femmes Fatales: LuFisto defeated Cheerleader Melissa in Montreal, Quebec.
November 8, 2009 – SHIMMER Volume 27: “Super Hardcore Anime” LuFisto vs. Amazing Kong ended in a double count-out.
November 8, 2009 – SHIMMER: MsChif beat LuFisto and Amazing Kong in a 3-WAY Elimination match to retain the SHIMMER title. ~~~Amazing Kong eliminated LuFisto to eliminate her.. MsChif became the first person in SHIMMER history to pin Amazing Kong!
April 10, 2010 – SHIMMER Volume #29: LuFisto defeated Rachel Summerlyn by submission.
April 10, 2010 – SHIMMER Volume #30: LuFisto defeated Cat Power with the Burning Hammer.
April 11, 2010 – SHIMMER Volume #31: Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated LuFisto with the Backdrop Driver. April 2010: LuFisto suffered a stroke – no more details are known at this time.
December 10, 2010 – Jersey All Pro Wrestling: LuFisto defeated Kalamity in Rahway, New Jersey.
December 11, 2010 – Jersey All Pro Wrestling: JAPW Women’s champion Sara Del Rey defeated LuFisto in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
March 12, 2011 – NCW Femmes Fatales: NCW Femmes Fatales champion LuFisto defeated Hamada to retain the title.
March 26, 2011 – SHIMMER Volume 37: LuFisto defeated Tomoka Nakawaga.
March 27, 2011 – SHIMMER Volume 39: LuFisto defeated Sassy Stephie.
March 27, 2011 – SHIMMER Volume 40: Serena Deeb defeated LuFisto, Portia Perez and Cheerleader Melissa in a 4-way match.
June 4, 2011 – NCW Femmes Fatales: NCW Femmes Fatales champion LuFisto defeated La Parfaite Caroline to retain the title.
September 9, 2011 – NSPW: LuFisto defeated Simon Martel.
October 1, 2011 – SHIMMER Volume 42: Tomoka Nakawaga defeated LuFisto, Kellie Skater and Mschif in a 4-way match.
October 2, 2011 – SHIMMER Volume 43: LuFisto defeated Mia Svensson.
October 2, 2011 – SHIMMER Volume 44: Kana defeated LuFisto.
October 8, 2011 – NSPW: Kalamity defeated LuFisto to win the NCW femmes fatales women’s title.
October 22, 2011 – NSPW: Gabby Gilbert and Simon Martel defeated LuFisto and Colby Corino.
February 19, 2012 – X-Project: LuFisto defeated La Vaquerita to win the women’s title.
March 3, 2012 – NSPW: LuFisto defeated Urban Miles.
March 10, 2012 – NCW Femmes Fatales: LuFisto defeated Jazz in a no disqualification match.
March 17, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 45: Hailey Hatred and Kalamity defeated LuFisto and Kana.
March 16, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 46: LuFisto defeated Nikki.
March 18, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 47: LuFisto and Kana defeated Christina Von Eerie and Mischif.
March 18, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 48: Leon defeated LuFisto.
April 7, 2012 – NSPW: LuFisto defeated Marko Estrada.
April 14, 2012 – PWS: NCW femmes fatales champion Kalaimity defeated LuFisto to retain the title.
June 16, 2012 – WSU Uncensored Rumble: LuFisto defeated Leva Bates. LuFisto was also in the Uncensored Rumble won by Alexxis Nevaeh.
July 7, 2012 – NCW Femmes Fatales: LuFisto vs Mercedes Martinez ended in a double count-out.
August 15, 2012 – IndyGurlz: Mia Yim defeated LuFisto.
August 18, 2012 – NSPW: LuFisto defeated Michael Style.
September 9, 2012 – NSPW: LuFisto defeated Mathieu St-Jacques.
October 6, 2012 – NSPW: Thomas Dubois defeated LuFisto.
October 13, 2012 – WSU: LuFisto vs Mercedes Martinez ended in a 30 minutes time limit draw.
October 25, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 49: SHIMMER tag team champions Nicole Matthews and Portia Perez defeated LuFisto and Kana to retain the titles.
October 27, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 50: LuFisto, Mschif, Cheerleader Melissa, Leva Bates and Allison Danger defeated Saraya Knight, Mercedes Martinez, Lexie Fyfe, Nicole Matthews and Portia Perez.
October 28, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 51: LuFisto defeated Ryo Mizunami.
October 28, 2012 – SHIMMER Volume 52: LuFisto and Kana defeated Allysin Kay and Taylor Made.
November 3, 2012 – NCW Femmes Fatales: LuFisto defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto. Mercedes Martinez defeated LuFisto in a steel cage match.
November 10, 2012 – NSPW: LuFisto, Ivan Sullivan and Razen defeated Midianne, Simon Martel and Thomas Dubois.
December 8, 2012 – NSPW: LuFisto defeated Simon Martel to win the NSPW heavyweight title.
January 12, 2013 – NSPW: NSPW champion LuFisto defeated James Stone to retain the title.
February 2, 2013 – NSPW: NSPW champion LuFisto defeated Giovanni to retain.
February 9, 2013 – WSU: LuFisto defeated Mercedes Martinez.
February 9, 2013 – CZW: LuFisto and Sami Callihan defeated Jessicka Havok and Adam Cole.
February 22, 2013 – Shine 7 iPPV: Ivelisse Velez defeated LuFisto.
March 1, 2013 – AAA: LuFisto defeated Cynthia Moreno.
March 3, 2013 – AAA: LuFisto, Jennifer Blake and Taya Valkyrie defeated Cynthia Moreno, La Jarochita and Lolita in a dark match.
March 15, 2013 – NSPW: LuFisto, Franky The Mobster and Buxx Belmar defeated Giovanni, Lucky Sabiti and Mad Dog.
March 17, 2013 – AAA: Fabi Apache defeated LuFisto, Mari Apache and Taya Valkyrie in a 4-way match to win the AAA women’s title.
March 30, 2013 – NCW Femmes Fatales: SHIMMER champion Saraya Knight defeated LuFisto in a no disqualification, no count-out match to retain the title.
April 6, 2013 – SHIMMER Volume 53: Nicole Matthews and Portia Perez defeated LuFisto and Kana, Allysin Kay and Taylor Made and Tomoka Nakawaga and Kellie Skater in a 4-way elimination match to retain the tag team titles.
July 6, 2013 – NCW Femmes Fatales: LuFisto defeated Kimber Lee.
July 12, 2013 – Shine 11 iPPV: LuFisto defeated Su Yung, Mercedes Martinez and Nikki Roxx in a 4-way match to qualify in the shine title tournament. Rain defeated LuFisto in the 1st round of the shine title tournament.
September 15, 2013 – Smash: Christina Von Eerie defeated LuFisto in a Canada vs. USA series match.
September 28, 2013 – AWS: AWS women’s champion Christina Von Eerie defeated LuFisto to retain the title.
October 6, 2013 – Bellatrix 7: Destiny defeated LuFisto.
October 11, 2013 – PCW: PCW cruiserweight champion April Davids defeated LuFisto to retain the title.
Dave Meltzer wrote (On February 2, 2011): LuFisto was scheduled to work for Union Pro Wrestling, an offshoot of DDT, tomorrow in Japan. When she arrived in Japan, the customs officials asked her the purpose of her trip and she said she was going to have a tryout for a job. What she didn’t know is they had a file on her, with photos, a poster of the show and were ready for her. She was asked if she had a working visa and she said she didn’t, and that the promoter didn’t tell her anything about it (small promotions in Japan usually don’t get visas for their wrestlers). The officer said he talked to the promoter who told them she knew she needed a visa (probably not honest). She was then sent back to Canada. They had files of other indie wrestlers scheduled to go to Japan over the next few weeks. LuFisto had a working visa from another promotion the last time she went. (thanks to Patric Laprade)
BIG THANKS to LuFisto for being a great friend to the site over the years and helping a lot with this profile!