1. When did you become a fan of wrestling?
I didn’t get to watch wrestling growing up. My family didn’t like it. I started watching wrestling in 2001.
2. How dd you become involved in wrestling?
A few months into my training, my trainer gave me the option to become a ref or a manager to gain more knowledge. I choose to be a manager, and in April of 2004 I became Roxy, the manager of Johnny Rokk.
3. Was becoming a wrestler a realistic goal of yours?
Since I didn’t grow up watching wrestling, it wasn’t a dream until 2003. I liked watching it, but I didn’t grow to respect the business and want to learn until Sept 2003 when I went to a few Indy shows and sit in on a few training sessions with my boyfriend at the time.
4. How long have you been wrestling for now?
Since April 2004.
5. Who have you enjoyed working with in the ring the most?
There are a few. I enjoy working with my tag team partner Rock-C in singles action. As a tag team, I enjoy working with a few guys dressed in drag known as The Goosebump Sisters. Its a real crowd favorite.
6. What women’s promotions have you worked for?
Magnificent Ladies Wrestling
7. Who do you consider to be the greatest female wrestler ever?
Trish Stratus. I really enjoyed watching her evolve into what she is now.
8. What is your long term goal in wrestling?
I’ve become the NWA Women’s World Champion already. That is a huge honor to hold the same title as The Fabulous Moolah. I would like to gain the championship back and carry it longer, but if I cant do that then I just want to help the younger girls out and pass on my knowledge.
9. Do you think women’s wrestling gets taken more seriously these days?
Women’s wrestling is a joke these days. We are just like the men, we put on our gear and bust tail in the same ring. I think the women need to get away from all the sex appeal and focus on putting on a great show so we can get back the credit we deserve.
10. Are you familiar with the UK wrestling scene and its female promotions such as Bellatrix, Eve and Fierce Females?
Unfortunately, I don’t follow UK wrestling.
Thank you to Tiffany for being able to do this interview with me and I wish her all the best in her future. To get in touch with her you can find her on Twitter @TiffanyRoxx