Innovator of Intergender
First Lady of Hardcore
Mother Superior of Violence

Fighting out of: Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, Canada
Birthdsay: February: 15, 1980
First Match: June 19, 1997

1997, Sorel, Qc - Pierre Marchessault, Eric Laroche, Yves Millette & Patrick.Lewis 
1997- 1998, Montreal, Qc -  Len "Kojak" Shelley
1999-2000, Montreal, Qc - Serge & Ludger Proulx
2003, Tokyo, Japan -  Mariko Yoshida, Ai Fujita & Akino

Finishers and Signature Moves
Burning Hammer, Northern Light Bomb, Tiger Driver 80, Cradle Brainbuster; Ocean Cyclone Suplex; Alabama Slam; Hip Attack, Widowmaker; Cannonball; Facewash; Back Fist, Tiger Suplex...


Born Geneviève Goulet on February 15, 1980, LuFisto’s love for professional wrestling really blossoms in 1994 during the feud between The Undertaker and Yokozuna. Discovering at the same time the likes of Alundra Blayze, Bull Nakano, Luna Vachon and Akira Hokuto, that’s when the Sorel-Tracy native decides to become a professional wrestler herself and subscribes to a local school.

After only a few months of training, Goulet debuts under the moniker “Lucifer” on June 19, 1997. It won’t be long until she ends up being the only female active in her Province of Quebec. Already showcasing the Joshi style of wrestling and wanting to be a serious wrestler, she fights tooth and nails to step into the squared circle against male opponents at a time where it is seen as taboo and even, prohibited.

The now “Lucy Fer” becomes the first female to hold a male championship when she wins the Ultimate Wrestling Alliance Cruiserweight title in 1998 and then, the Inter-Championship Wrestling Provincial title in 1999. That’s also when she starts being involved in hardcore matches, defying everyone who tells her that extreme wrestling “is not for girls”. 

  Wrestling for promoter Jacques Rougeau (The Mountie), she learns while reading the newspaper that he has changed her name to “Precious Lucy”. Not letting her wrestle for anyone else whilst not giving her many matches, Goulet quickly quits the toxic Rougeau environment and starts traveling even more.

Nicknamed the “First Lady of Hardcore” while wrestling for the Hardcore Wrestling Federation in 2001, “Precious Lucy” becomes the first woman in Canada to win the main title of a major promotion. The same year, she adds another championship to her resume as part of the first all-female tag team to win championship gold.

LuFisto’s first trip to Mexico happens in 2002 where she captures the Lucha Libre Feminil Extremo Campeonato after a series of epic battles against Princesa Sugehit. She will go back to Mexico several times throughout the years, being part of what is still known as the best intergender hardcore match on Mexican soil against Joe Lider in 2005. She will win the Lucha Pop Femmes Championship in 2012 and will make it to the finals of Lucha Libre AAA La Reina de Reinas in 2013 where she will be defeated by Faby Apache in front of a crowd of 17000+ in Monterrey.

Chosen by AtoZ (formally known as ARSION) to tour Japan for two months in 2003, she perfects her Japanese style at their dojo under the guidance of Mariko Yoshida, Ai Fujita and Akino. AtoZ asks her to change her name of “Precious Lucy” so that’s when she becomes “LuFisto”. She will go back to the land of the rising sun in 2005 for another two-week tour fighting legends such as Amazing Kong and Aja Kong.

Still today, LuFisto is the only woman to ever hold a Combat Zone Wrestling gold (CZW Iron-Man) by defeating “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen (WWE Kevin Owens).  She is the first female to participate to CZW’s Best of the Best Tournament in 2008, chosen as the” Best of the Best People's Choice” and the only woman who entered the CZW Cage of Death (Vs John Zandig, Nick Gage and Lobo).

By defeating the Necro Butcher, LuFisto becomes the 2006 King of the Death Matches and is crowned the “2007 Queen of the Death Matches" the following year, beating Mickie Knuckles in the finals. Over the years, she will hold a total of 14 (male) championships including five main championships and 12 women’s championships, her most notable probably being her 529 days reign as Shine Champion, making her one of the longest reigning Shine Wrestling champions. 

  LuFisto conquered eight tournaments such as the 2019 wXw Femmes Fatales tournament in Obenhasen, Germany by winning over Vicious Vivien, Lana Austin and then Leyla Hirsch in the finales in what many have described as “The best female match to ever take place on European soil”. She is the first female to participate in the wXw 16 Carat Gold Tournament in Germany, making it to the semi-finals.

Goulet’s biggest win did not happen in the ring however, but in the court. Following a complaint in April 2002, the Ontario Athletic Commission applies a clause that women and men cannot be in the ring against one another. Having several bookings canceled, Goulet files a complaint to the Ontario Human Rights Commission. During the following four years, through phone calls, papers, and court sessions, Goulet will fight for the rights of women wrestlers against the Commission.

On May 10, 2006, she wins her case. Not only must the OAC reverse its ruling, but it completely deregulates professional wrestling altogether. The women are now free to wrestle who they choose and there are no more bureaucracy and outrageous fees for the promotions.

LuFisto was featured in many wrestling related books such as “Sisterhood of the Squared Circle: The History and Rise of Women's Wrestling”, “Eat, Sleep, Wrestle” from John Cosper and “Slam! Wrestling: Shocking Stories from the Squared Circle” by Greg Oliver. She also was ranked in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Top Female 50 (now Top Female 150), every year since its beginning in 2008, besides the Covid-19 year, her highest ranking was No. 5 in 2014.

Although she has been working mostly as talent, LuFisto had many roles throughout her career such as creative consultant, trainer, multimedia designer, agent, Gorilla position and wrestling expert analyst for Beyond the Belles, Ring of Honor’s weekly Women's Division Wednesday show with host Alyssa Marino and board of director member Maria Kanellis.

With two degrees in multimedia and graphic design, she has worked as the main designer of many wrestling promotions such as de Lutte Féminine (ALF), NCW Femmes Fatales, RockStar Pro Wrestling, Alternative Wrestling Show (AWS) and ROGUE Women Warriors.

Since January 2024, LuFisto has stepped into two new roles: Chief Executive Officer and Chief Content Officer of the Montreal promotion Women’s Wrestling Syndicate. As a team leader, LuFisto oversees the company's business decisions, including those in operations, marketing, business development, finance, and human resources. As Chief Content Officer, she’s in charge of the Company’s creative writing, talent relations and its development, live events, and creative services departments.

As of today, LuFisto is a seven-time Hall of Fame inductee including the Quebec Wrestling Hall of Fame, Combat Zone Wrestling and the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame where, on January 22, 2022, she was the first woman to be inducted with Jerry Lynn, Homicide, Ruckus, Tracy Smothers and Dave Prazak as part of its first class.

Here's LuFisto acceptance speech:

Mixing scientific skills with bone shattering violence, LuFisto has always demonstrated a willingness to put her body on the line, proving that she is one of the toughest professional wrestlers that ever stepped in the squared circle, giving her with the nickname “The First Lady of Hardcore”.

Standing up to everyone who told her she couldn’t, she became the Innovator of Intergender, breaking barriers and fighting the injustices and even the law to change the world of professional wrestling for women. Still today, LuFisto is often at the forefront of many battles when it comes to the treatment of women in the industry despite the backlash she might get for telling it like it is.