What have you been up
to in recent weeks?
Syx: In recent weeks I have
been up to a lot of wrestling with WSU,
NYWC and valeting at ACE.
Yes indeed, 2011 has
been a big year for you at NYWC
, and you have been a mainstay
at WSU Wrestling
... What has been
some highlights for you?
2011 has been a great year,
and I am very thankful for that. My biggest highlight
would be becoming the first-ever NYWC Startlet
, and also making my debut at WSU
Carlton: Jessicka Havok
certainly did not give you a good introduction to
WSU. Do you think she has what it
takes to defeat WSU Champion Mercedes Martinez
at WSU's 5th Anniversary show?
Syx: Mercedes is a great wrestler
and a great champion, but you never know what will
Carlton: Who have you been valeting
for at ACE?
Syx: I have been valeting Stockade
Carlton: And tell us a little
bit more about NYWC
Syx: NYWC is
my home... it is where I train and also where I was
given my opportunity to shine.
How did you working for
I began working for WSU
after having matches with Brittney Savage
She put in a good word for me, and I was given a chance
there, where luckily I was able to impress the WSU
Carlton: When did you start your
Syx: I started training in March
2010, and made my debut in October of that year in
a singles match with Brittney Savage.
Carlton: Was this match for NYWC?
And who won?
Syx: The match was for NWS...
it was Brittney.
Carlton: Who trained you?
Syx: I have been trained by a
few different people... like Pat Buck, Stockade, Alex
Reynolds and Tony Nese
Carlton: Who were some of your
favorite wrestlers to work with in the ring since
Syx: My favorite wrestlers to
work with since my first match would be Mercedes
Martinez, Alicia and Brittney
Who were the wrestlers
that inspired you to want to get into the business.
I had many wrestlers who
inspired me to get into wrestling, some of them were
Jake the Snake Roberts
, Sensational Sherri Martel.
Carlton: Who do you want to get
in the ring with in the future that you have yet to
Syx: I would really love to work
with Sara Del Rey, I think she is
amazing and would really love that opportunity.
Carlton: Of any of the current
WWE Divas or TNA Knockouts,
who would you want to work with?
Syx: I would love to work with
Tara, she truly has been a big inspiration.
Carlton: What are your thoughts
on the differences of the Divisions?
Syx: Both divisions have a lot
to offer, they both have great people you can work
with, it is awesome that women have the opportunity
Carlton: The first few times I
saw you in the ring, the make-up, the outfits, and
of course the name made you stand out. Was the name
Nikki Syxx inspired by Mötley
Crüe's Nikki Sixx?
Syx: I had the name Nikki already
when I was with Dickie, Rickie and Nickie, but I never
had a last name and my hair was all back and teased
and it looked like Nikki Sixx's hair and that is how
I got my name.
Carlton: The look is certainly
not the standard "Diva" look... Do you see
that as an advantage or disadvantage in the wrestling
Syx: My look is 100% me. I love
the crazy hair, the psychotic makeup and the outfits,
it is truly what makes me Nikki Syx. It is an advantage
that I stand out, but most importantly that I am who
I am supposed to be.
Carlton: Tell us about your move-set...
What finishers are you using, and what are some of
your signature moves?
Syx: My moveset consists of the
Koji Clutch, tombstone, bicycle kick, back breakers,
victim kicks and chops.
Carlton: What do you ultimately
hope to accomplish in this business?
Syx: Ultimately I would love to
accomplish being a great wrestler, and be able to
expand to other places, like Japan and more.
Carlton: To all those aspiring
wrestlers out there, what advice do you have for them?
Syx: To aspiring wrestlers I would
tell them to try it, because if you don't you will
always look back and say "what if?", also
that give all your heart
Carlton: Where can fans reach
Syx: Fans can reach me on facebook
either under Nikki
Syx or on twitter under @blackrosesyx.
Carlton: Thank you for your time.
Syx: Again thank you for you time
and speaking with me.