In 2021, LuFisto played the role of wrestling expert analyst for Beyond the Belles, a TV show presented by Ring of Honor on their official YouTube page as part of Women's Division Wednesday with host Alyssa Marino and board of director member Maria Kanellis.
On January 22, 2022, LuFisto was the first woman to be inducted into the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame with Jerry Lynn, Homicide, Ruckus, Tracy Smothers and Dave Prazak as part of its first class. Here's LuFisto acceptance speech:
2022 also marked the first year where LuFisto was featured in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated PWI500 of the best male wrestlers of the year as since last year, women involved in intergender matches are now part of it. LuFisto came in at number 390.
Because of her work rate, wrestling skills, presence, understanding of the sport and her passion, Goulet continues to work for most of the biggest independent promotions in the world.
In an interview with national media Radio-Canada, wrestling historian Patric Laprade proclaimed:
“When it comes to quality of matches, longevity, international career, LuFisto has surpassed 1970s Quebec sensation Vivian Vachon. No other woman from Quebec has even come close since. She is the greatest female wrestler of all time in Quebec.”
The First Lady of Hardcore… The Innovator of Intergender... The several times holder of male championships way before intergender was popular…
Hall of Famer... Often the first to do it all…
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