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Tasha Simone

Title History

 

  • Tasha Simone wrote: Although I have held both Ladies & Cruiserweight Titles, I refuse to discuss titles, because I feel the worth
    of a title belt has been lost with the ability for anyone to purchase a title belt via the internet.

 

 

  • USWA (United States Wrestling Association) Women’s title defeating Miss Texas by Countout (November 28, 1995);
  • USWA (United States Wrestling Association) Women’s title defeating Miss Texas [Jacqueline] (November 4, 1996);
  • NWA World Women’s title defeating MsChif in a No-DQ/No Time Limit match (July 24, 2010);
  • NWA World Women’s title defeating Rachel in in Lebanon, Tennessee (November 6, 2010);

 

Career Highlights

 

  • Tasha Simone wrestled for USWA during the Smokey Mountain Wrestling vs United States Wrestling Association feud..
  • Tasha Simone held the USWA Women’s title twice, defeating Miss Texas for the championship on two occasions..
  • Tasha Simone wrestled in Puerto Rico and Mexico, where the fans still appreciate wrestling..
  • Tasha Simone is the manager of an independent tag team known as Cruzn’ For Pain…
  • October 8, 2005: Christie Ricci beat Lexie Fyfe (c) and Tasha Simone in a 3-WAY to win the NWA Women’s title..
  • October 7, 2006–CWA Championship Wrestling: Christie Ricci defeated Tasha Simone to retain the NWA Women’s title..
  • November 9, 2006–NWA Mid Southern Wrestling: Tasha Simone defeated Lady Blaze in a Ladies match..
  • August 18, 2006–United States Wrestling Organization: Rebecca Raze vs Tasha Simone ended in a draw..
  • January 26, 2007–United States Wrestling Organization: Tasha Simone defeated MsChif in Nashville, Tennessee..
  • January 27, 2007–[Unknown]: MsChif defeated Christie Ricci with Tasha Simone’s help to win the NWA Women’s title..
  • February 17, 2007–Rampage Pro Wrestling: Tasha Simone defeated Destiny in Metropolis, Illinois ..
  • November 15, 2008–Professional Girl Wrestling Association: Tasha Simone defeated La-La in Millersville, Tennessee ..
  • November 15, 2008–Professional Girl Wrestling Association: Jamie D defeated masked Molotov in Millersville, Tennessee ..
  • July 24, 2010–NWA Top Rope: Tasha Simone defeated MsChif in a no time-limit no-dq match to win the NWA World Women’s title!No T and A here, no friends and no respect for anyone they come in contact with. With pure wrestling ability, and a thirst for destruction, completely encompassed in evil, there is no gimmic necessary. Simone began her formal training with Gentleman Chris Adams, learning her craft well. Being gifted with a strong background in submission wrestling, she has caused havoc in the wars of pro wrestling ever since. Molotov has just recently surfaced–showing herself for the first time in Monterrey, Mexico–launching a brutal attack on Simone’s arch enemy, Princess Sugey. Don’t let the bad attitudes and crazed look in their eyes fool you though, Simone and Molotov are two of the most technically sound wrestlers–male or female–that anyone could ever hope to observe in action. Either can dazzle you with an array of submissions, mixed with suplexes and power moves that will shock and amaze you…or they can simply beat your brains out with everything they can get their hands on, from barbwire baseball bats to the kitchen sink. Both of these ladies love to wrestle. Whether their opponents are men or women, they love any kind of match. Simone’s one true love in wrestling is a submission style match, as she always looks for an opening to apply a sugar or grovette to her opponent. Molotov is always looking for a reason to hit someone with a barbwire baseball bat, light bulbs or anything else she can get her hands on, and she prefers the hardcore style match over all others. To all who cross the paths of these two women: Beware!…for they will put themselves in harm’s way to cause pain and agony!
  • Special thanks to Tasha Simone for helping to compile the information and content on this profile….

    Tasha Simone wrote: I have been blessed to work with some of the best wrestlers in the business, especially my tag team Cruzn’ For Pain, and I am very happy with my career overall.