LuFisto began her wrestling journey on June 23rd 1997 in St-Léonard-d'Aston, Quebec, under the ring name Lucifer, a character inspired by Darth Vader and The Undertaker. She moved to Montreal at the end of the year, slightly modified her name to Lucy Fer before beginning travelling all over Quebec, Ontario, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Western Canada. She won her first championship (men title) in 1998 as she became the UWA Cruiserweight Champion. She also performed regularly at Eastern Wrestling Alliance as "Centerfold" Steve Ramsey's valet before teaming up with Mark "Jaguar" Nugera and manager Joshua O’Shea as the "Partners in Crime".
Wrestling for the Mountie Jacques Rougeau’s International Wrestling 2000 in 1999, her name was changed to Precious Lucy before joining Inter-Championship Wrestling where, on December 11th, she became the first female in Quebec to win a male championship when she defeated Serge Proulx for the ICW Provincial championship. ICW is also where she first experienced the hardcore style.
In 2000-2001, Precious Lucy won the ICW Tag Team championship with Sexy Julie, becoming the first ever all-female team to win a male tag team championship. She joined the Hardcore Wrestling Federation where she was nicknamed the First Lady of Hardcore battling tough opponents such as Tyson Dux, JC Owens and Pitbull. She showcased her hardcore style in Mexico starting from 2002 with her epic battles against Princessa Sugey. In the meantime, the Ontario Athletics Commission, citing a regulation that prevented women and men from wrestling each other banned LuFisto from wrestling men in Ontario, which she was doing regularly at HWF. The upset female wrestler lodged a complaint to the Ontario Human Rights Commission. A year later, Precious Lucy became the Super Hardccore Anime LuFisto (a name inspired by MacPhisto in Batman and Jedi Fisto in Star Wars) as she was chosen by AtoZ in Japan to train for two months under the guidance of Mariko Yoshida and Akino with American wrestler Sara del Rey.
Back in Quebec, LuFisto mainly wrestled for NWA-Québec where she was also a trainer (along with Dru Onyx) at "Onyx and LuFisto's Torture Chamber" from in 2004-2005. She kept walking the hardcore road to success with great battles against Joe Lider in Mexico and strong style fights in her second trip to Japan against the impressive Amazing Kong and the legend Aja Kong!
On February 26th 2006, the Ontario Human Rights Commission informed LuFisto that they had convinced the OAC to drop the regulation mentioned above. The OAC subsequently dropped the vast majority of the regulations affecting professional wrestling in Ontario, a move which removed a great deal of the bureaucracy stifling independent wrestling in the province.
With her buddy Sexxxy Eddy, the Missionaries of Violence took over the International Wrestling Syndicate and Combat Zone Wrestling where LuFisto became the first ever woman to hold the CZW Iron-Man champion on August 12th 2006, pinning Mr. Wrestling Kevin Steen for the title.
She debuted at Shimmer Women Athletes a few months later on October 24th 2006. On October 29th 2006, she became the "King" of the Death Matches by defeating Necro Butcher at Stranglehold Wrestling . On December 9th of the same year, she became the first female ever to enter the CZW Cage of Death with John Zandig, Nick Gage and Lobo.
Unfortunately, due to a back injury, she forfeited the CZW Iron Man Championship on January 2007. 7 months later, LuFisto successfully returned to action at Association de Lutte Féminine (ALF) against Kacey Diamond. On October 27th, she became the Queen of the Deathmatches 2007 by beating Mickie Knuckles in an electrified barb-wire light tube fans bring the weapons match. She also won the Sherri Martel memorial Cup at ALF with partner El Generico.
On May 10th 2008, LuFisto once again made history by stepping in the CZW yellow and black ring to become the first woman to participate in Best of the Best Tournament. Although she lost to Chuck Taylor in the second round, she was voted Best of the Best People's Choice champion by the CZW fans! On July 5th LuFisto returned to Shimmer where she was involved in a match that was voted Shimmer Match of the Year of 2008 against Cheerleader Melissa. On August 11th, LuFisto lost to Awesome Kong in the main event of ALF Déclaration d’Indépendance. The match was voted Match of the Year of 2008 in Quebec. On September 12th 2007, she also won the vacant ALF Championship by defeating Kacey Diamond.
In November of 2008, LuFisto travelled for the first time in Germany where she fought and beat 6’1 Alpha Female at the Deutche Wrestling Allianz. On April 17th 2009, LuFisto, who was involved in a match against Daizee Haze, introduced her new best friend to the world at Ring of Honor in Montreal: Pegaboo, a manager-doll that only LuFisto can hear.
On September 5th LuFisto defeated Cheerleader Melissa in the main event of NCW Femmes Fatales’ inaugural show, in a match that was voted Match of the Year of 2009 in Quebec. Once again in November, LuFisto travelled to Germany to participate in the DWA women tournament for their female championship. She lost to Wesna Busic in the final match featuring Jackie Gayda as a special guest referee,
On June 5th 2010, the Super Hardcore Anime defeated Sara Del Rey in the first round of a tournament to determine the first ever NCW Femmes Fatales Champion. Then, on October 23th, LuFisto first defeated Kalamity in the semi-finals and then Portia Perez in the finals of the tournament to become the first nCw Femmes Fatales Champion.
Beginning of 2011, LuFisto successfully defended her nCw Femmes Fatales Championship everywhere in the Province of Quebec. Her biggest challenge? None other than legend Ayako Hamada whom she defeated with her Burning Hammer after an impressive no-holds barred match! LuFisto had once again a great showing at the Shimmer tapings of volumes 41 to 44, her match against Kana Volume 44 being her most important fight of the tapings. Everybody was shocked to see the "World Famous" Kana shake LuFisto's hand after the match as a sign of great respect for the Super Hardcore Anime, a gesture she had denied every other competitor she had faced at Shimmer before.
On October 8th 2011 in Montreal, after 350 days of being champion, LuFisto lost her nCw Femmes Fatales Championship to Kalamity in what will be remembered as an epic battle and the first Femmes Fatales main event featuring two local wrestlers. Proud of her student, LuFisto wrapped the belt around her protégée and left the ring…
On February 19th 2012, in Mexico City, LuFisto defeated La Vaquerita to become the Lucha Pop Femmes Champion! At Femmes Fatales VIII on March 10th, LuFisto faced one of her biggest challenge, in former WWF Women's Champion Jazz which she defeated in a No DQ fight! Later that night, Mercedes Martinez lost her mind by attacking Kalamity. LuFisto came out of the dressing room to save her protégée. All hell broke loose as both fighters brawled all over the ringside area which started one of the biggest feud in women wrestling.
On June 16th, LuFisto officially joined Women Wrestling Uncensored where, in an Epic Batlle of Epicness, she defeated «Black Widow» Leva Bates. However, the night was not over for the Super Hardcore Anime as she emerged from a casket in the match featuring Jessicka Havok and Mercedes Martinez! It cost Martinez the WSU championship.
On July 7th 2012 at Femmes Fatales IX, the bell didn’t even ring as LuFisto and Martinez were already fighting. The battle kept going outside until both wrestlers were counted out. A Steel Cage Match was announced for November. On October 13th, the feud between LuFisto and Mercedes Martinez escalated even more as both women fought to a 30 minutes time limit draw. They kept on fighting until the WSU locker room came out to separate them. The match was voted WSU Match of the Year 2012.
At Femmes Fatales X, LuFisto first defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto in a Shimmer rematch but lost to Mercedez Martinez in the Steel Cage Match. However, on December 8th 2012 LuFisto became the first woman in Canada to become the main champion of a promotion, beating Simon Martel with her Burning Hammer at North Shore Pro Wrestling. LuFisto Vs Mercedes Martinez was voted Feud of the Year in Quebec as she was also once again voted, female wrestler of the year and no. 3 in the Top 50 after El Generico and Kevin Steen.
On February 9th 2013, LuFisto took on Mercedes Martinez once again in a Falls Count Anywhere at WSU. She won the match via Burning Hammer from the apron thought a table. She made her debuts at Shine losing to Ivelisse Velez in the match of the night. She also wrestled at AAA in Mexico where she qualified in the finals to La Reina de Reinas championship defeating Cynthia Moreno but unfortunately lost to Faby Apache in the finals in front of a crowd of 14000 in Monterrey, Mexico.
She returned to Shine Wrestling on July 12th where she qualified herself for the Shine championship beating Mercedes Martinez, Nikki Roxx and Su Yung but lost to Rain with the help of April Hunter who won the championship later that night in the second round. She beat Vanessa Kraven at SMASH Wrestling on August 18th but lost to Christina Von Eerie on September 14th at the Smash’s CANUSA Classic women’s show.
In October, LuFisto performed in England for the first time of her career. In the same month, during the Shimmer tapings volumes 58 to 61, LuFisto participated in 3 main events and one semi-main event as her ongoing feud with Mercedes Martinez entered the Shimmer landscape. Volume 60’s main event presented a rematch of the 2008 match of the year. Unfortunately, Cheerleader Melissa beat LuFisto with an Air Raid Crash to retain the SHIMMER Championship. Melissa was bloodied above her left eye during the match, and continued her attack after the bell. Kana came out to help LuFisto, but Melissa was rescued by Mercedes Martinez.
For the last taping of the weekend, Mercedes Martinez pinned LuFisto in a Falls Count Anywhere Match with a Fisherman Buster onto a chair after Cheerleader Melissa nailed LuFisto in the head with the SHIMMER Championship belt. Melissa who was rushed to the hospital after her match against the Super Hardcore Anime on Volume 60 and ended up with 10 stitches in the face thanx to LuFisto did seek revenge.
On October 26th 2013, LuFisto finally got some retribution over Cheerleader Melissa when she, alongside Sweet Cherrie, defeated Mercedes Martinez and Melissa in a No Disqualification – Anything Goes Match at Femmes Fatales XIII when LuFisto gave the Burning Hammer to the SHIMMER Champion. Wiping her blood on Melissa’s face and holding the SHIMMER championship, LuFisto told the champ she would see her again soon enough…
Beginning of 2014 LuFisto delivered stellar performances, first against Athena at WSU in what is now known as the best WSU match ever and against Hania Howling Huntress at Alternative Wrestling Show in California. At Shimmer 62 in New Orleans, LuFisto fought Melissa in a 2 out of 3 falls to lose to the champion when Mercedes Martinez got involved and hit LuFisto with her NCW Femmes Fatales International Championship. LuFisto would get revenge with partner Kana at Shimmer 63 in Berwyn, Illinois by pinning Melissa after a Burning Hammer but would be denied another shot at the championship by Melissa and “Boss Lady” Allison Danger following a big victory over Neveah on Volume 64.
Saraya Knight would then try to convince LuFisto that she had to change her ways to become Shimmer Champion… The Anime would then try to help Yumi Ohka defeat Melissa but Ohka refused the help and got caught into Melissa’s Air Crash Raid. Both fought on Volume 65 where Yumi was declared the winner. Unimpressed, Saraya Knight, who is at ringside, hurts Pegaboo and both wrestlers brawl until referees and Shimmer security separate them. A no DQ match is then set for Volume 66 where LuFisto get an impressive win via Concerto over the former Shimmer champion with the help of announcer Kevin Harvey who got involved in the action, then ending the long streak of Knight bullying him since his arrival at Shimmer.
On May 9th 2014, she had a big victory at WSU's Secret Show against the Dirty daddy himself Chris Dickinson when she used the Burning Hammer on her 235 pounds opponent. The following day, LuFisto became the WSU Champion by beating Athena in a 2/3 Falls match at WSU-CZW King and Queens.
LuFisto performed all summer for RockStar Pro Wrestling located in Ohio, USA where she had an ongoing feud with the Man Simply Known as Mikael whom she finally beat in a Domestic Violence Match. Her North-American Joshi match against “Crazy” Mary Dobson also received stellar appreciation. She also defended her WSU title successfully against the dangerous Mickie Knuckles.
On September 13th 2014, after successfully defending her WSU title once again, this time against Allysin Kay, LuFisto was brutally attacked by CZW owner DJ Hyde and Sassy Stephie.
Hyde dismembered and killed LuFisto’s best friend Pegaboo right in front of her eyes as she was bleeding and crying profusely. Mademoiselle Rachelle was happily watching the scene. LuFisto returned backstage still crying, holding Pegaboo’s limbs…
Her first match after Pegaboo's passing was against Amazing Kong as part of SMASH Wrestling's CANUSA Classic 2014 where, as Team Canada's captain, the now known "Wounded Owl Ronin" defeated her great opponent via German suplex.
Relocating in Dayton, Ohio, USA, LuFisto surprised DJ Hyde at CZW's Déjà Vu by attacking him with a bamboo stick. When she pulled out a switchblade, Hyde ran away as security stopped LuFisto... On October 25th, the WSU Championship was defended for the first time on Canadian soil as LuFisto defeated the very talented Mia Yim with a Burning Hammer/ Double Underhook Powerbomb combo.
She then proceeded to defend successfully her WSU title against Jenny Rose on November 18th and win important battles at RockStar Pro Wrestling against the likes of Heidi Lovelace and May Belle Smothers at Premier Destination Wrestling. She also debuted at Queens of Combats where she took on the impressive HAVOK in a match that ended in a double count-out.
On April 4th 2014, LuFisto became the first woman to hold 2 major titles from the 4 biggest North-American all-female promotions when she became the NCW Femmes Fatales International Champion for the 2nd time by defeating Courtney Rush as Saraya Knight in a No DQ Triple-Threat Elimination Match.
To be continued...