Mickie Knuckles

May 24, 2021 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Mickie Lee Knuckles
Height: 5’4″
Weight: 185 lbs.
Date of Birth: May 16, 1984
Hometown: Clarksville, Indiana
Pro Debut: August 1, 2003
Trained By: Chris Hero & Ian Rotten
Finishing Move: Shining Ignorance

Biography

– Knuckles debuted for IWA Mid-South on August 1, 2003, defeating Hailey Hatred
– On October 23, 2004, Knuckles fought NWA Midwest Womens Champion Mercedes Martinez by DQ
– On June 11, 2005, Knuckles defeated MsChif & Allison Danger to win the NWA Midwest Womens Title
– On July 1, Knuckles defeated Rain to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– The next day, Knuckles defeated Rain & Daizee Haze to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On July 30, Knuckles defeated Daizee Haze to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On August 19, Knuckles defeated Rain in an Indian Strap Match to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On October 13, Knuckles defeated Daizee Haze to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– The next day, Knuckles defeated Ann Thraxx to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– Knuckles reached the final of the ChickFight III Tournament, losing to Mariko Yoshida
– On February 8, 2006, Knuckles defeated Hailey Hatred to regain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On February 17, Knuckles defeated Hailey Hatred to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– The next day, Knuckles fought MsChif to a double pinfall draw to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On April 1, Knuckles & MsChif defeated Daizee Haze & Vanessa Kraven in an Elimination Match to retain Knuckles’ IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On May 5, Knuckles defeated MsChif to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On August 11, Knuckles defeated Rain to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On October 14, Knuckles defeated Heather Owens to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On October 21, Knuckles again defeated Heather Owens to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On November 3, Knuckles defeated Mayumi Ozaki in a No-Rope Barbed Wire Electrified Light Tubes Cage Match to win the Queen of the Deathmatch Tournament
– On November 24, Knuckles & Ian Rotten defeated The Iron Saints (Sal & Vito Thomaselli) to win the IWA Deep South Tag Team Titles
– On December 15, Knuckles defeated Mercedes Martinez to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On January 5, 2007, Knuckles & Ian Rotten defeated The North Star Express (Darin Corbin & Ryan Cruz) to retain the IWA Deep South Tag Team Titles
– On January 27, Knuckles & Rotten defeated Tough Crazy Bastards (Necro Butcher & Toby Klein) to retain the IWA Deep South Tag Team Titles
– On April 14, Knuckles defeated Christie Summers to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On April 22, Knuckles defeated Daffney to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On May 11, Knuckles defeated Christie Summers to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On August 4, Knuckles defeated Chuck Taylor in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to regain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title, having lost it two weeks prior
– On September 7, Knuckles defeated Daizee Haze to retain the IWA Mid-South Womens Title
– On December 7, Knuckles defeated Ian Rotten in what was billed as Rotten’s Retirement Match
– On April 12, 2008, Knuckles, Josh Abercrombie & Devon Moore defeated BLKOUT (Ruckus, Sabian & Too Cold Scorpio) to win the IWA Mid-South Tag Team Titles. The trio would all be recognised as champions under the Freebird Rule
– On June 5, Knuckles appeared on TNA Impact, coming to the defence of The Beautiful People. Her character would later be known as ‘Moose’
– Moose wrestled her first TNA match at Slammiversary 2008, competing on the losing side of a six-woman tag team match. She would officially sign with the promotion shortly following the show
– In her very next match after signing, Knuckles broke her leg and would be out for two months. Unfortunately, the initial surgery was unsuccessful and due to the lengthy layoff, she would be released from TNA without making any further appearances
– Knuckles would return to full time action in January 2009
– On January 31, Knuckles defeated Camron Star to win the vacant NWA Underground Womens Title
– On June 27, Knuckles defeated Hailey Hatred to retain the NWA Underground Womens Title
– In late 2009, Knuckles began competing occasionally as Isabella Smothers
– Knuckles had a run in OVW in 2011 under the Isabella Smothers name
– On July 29, 2011, Knuckles defeated Jessicka Havok to win the AIW Womens Title
– On August 6, Isabella Smothers defeated Lady JoJo to win the OVW Womens Title
– On November 25, Knuckles defeated Mia Yim to retain the AIW Womens Title
– On January 13, 2012, Knuckles defeated Stacy Shadows in a Lumberjack Match to win the vacant BCW Ladies Title
– On January 29, Knuckles defeated Sara Del Rey to retain the AIW Womens Title
– Knuckles sat out for the remainder of the year due to pregnancy
– On February 10, 2013, Team BFF (Knuckles & Ryan Dookie) won an 8-team Gauntlet Match to become the first PWF Tag Team Champions
– On March 2, Team BFF defeated Scotty Vicious & Cash Flo to retain the PWF Tag Team Titles
– On May 4, Team BFF (Knuckles & Jordan Kage) defeated Scotty Vicious & Cash Flo by DQ to retain the PWF Tag Team Titles
– On June 9, Knuckles defeated Heather Owens to win the UWF Vixens Title
– On July 28, Knuckles defeated Heather Owens by DQ to retain the IWF Vixens Title
– On March 29, 2014, Smothers’ Twisted Daughters (Isabella & Jessie Belle) defeated Nina Monet & Pandora to win the LOUIS Tag Team Titles
– On April 25, Knuckles defeated D’Arcy Dixon to win the RPW Womens Title
– On May 10, Knuckles & Matt Tremont won the WSU King & Queen Of The Ring Tournament, defeating The World’s Cutest Tag Team (Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae) in the final
– On May 16, Knuckles defeated Paloma Starr to retain the RPW Womens Title
– On July 19, Knuckles defeated Pandora to retain the UIW Womens Title
– On August 24, Knuckles defeated Mary Dobson to retain the RPW Womens Title
– On September 12, Knuckles defeated Angel Dust to retain the RPW Womens Title
– On October 25, Knuckles defeated Mary Dobson to retain the RPW Womens Title
– On November 1, Knuckles defeated Billy Black to win the CCW Hardcore Title
– On November 7, Knuckles defeated D’Arcy Dixon in a Cage Match to retain the RPW Womens Title
– On November 29, Knuckles defeated Ludark Shaitan to win the Fusion Ichiban Kawai Womens Title
– On December 20, Knuckles defeated Aidan Blackhart to retain the CCW Hardcore Title
– On January 3, 2015, Knuckles defeated Shank Barzini to retain the CCW Hardcore Title
– On February 7, Knuckles defeated Jacob Black to retain the CCW Hardcore Title
– On July 27, Isabella Smothers defeated Jessie Belle to win the OVW Womens Title, but would lose it back a week later
– On April 21, 2017, Knuckles defeated Leva Bates to win the CCW Womens Tournament
– On July 1, Knuckles defeated Cali to win the OVW Womens Title
– On May 8, 2018, Knuckles defeated Hudson Envy to win the Girl Fight Title
– On June 30, Knuckles won the Girl Fight Death Becomes Her Female Deathmatch Tournament, defeating Ludark Shaitan in the Light Tubes Cage Match final
– On October 17, 2020, Knuckles won the Girl Fight Title in an 11-woman Rumble Match
– On October 24, Knuckles won the Girl Fight Tournament, defeating Kenzie Paige in the final
– On February 16, 2021, Knuckles defeated Paige Jones in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to retain the Girl Fight Title
– On May 29, Knuckles defeated Percy Drews, Damon Spriggle & Herzog to win the ICW Hardcore Death Match Challenge Tournament
– On October 16, Knuckles defeated Randi West & Sadika to win the AWR Goddess of Death Tournament
– On March 18, 2022, Knuckles defeated Randi West in a Light Tubes Death Match to win the vacant DPW Title

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