- 3X Wrestling Women's Champ
- All Star Championship Wrestling
Justice Cup (2005)
- Apocalypse Wrestling Federation
- Coastal Championship Wrestling Women's
- CWF His and Hers Tag Team Championship
(with Michael Shane)
- Downsouth Championship Wrestling
- Great Lakes Championship Wrestling
- New Ohio Championship Wrestling
- RingDivas Women's Wrestling Champion
- Southern Championship Wrestling
- World Xtreme Wrestling Women's Super
8 Tournament (2002)
Rankings, Awards & Tournaments
- PWI Female 50 (#22 in 2008)
- September 2009 Playboy Playmate
Tracy Brookshaw was born on May 22, 1975, and grew
up from humble beginnings--on a pig and chicken
farm in St. Marys, Ontario Canada, to becoming one
of the prominent female personalities in the dawning
of NWA: Total Nonstop Action, now simply known as
TNA Wrestling (Total Nonstop Action).
In the midst of a budding modeling career, which
included wining the Toronto Sunshine Calender Contest,
she often noted her aspirations to become a wrestling
superstar. She started training as a wrestler with
Ron Hutchison and debuted in the Apocalypse Wrestling
Federation as Miss AWF. On August 30, 2001 she defeated
Joey Knight to capture the Apocalypse Wrestling
Federation Heavyweight title. She also trained with
El Fuego (Rob Etcheverria), owner of the Squared
Circle Pro Wrestling Gym in Toronto. Tracy quickly
rose to become a known wrestler on the Independent
circuit, including a feud with La Felina (Gail Kim),
and working for Border City Wrestling.
It was Scott D'Amore (of Border City Wrestling)
who helped her land a role on NWA-TNA. She made
her debut on On April 30, 2003 attacking TNA dancer
"Lollipop". She quickly began wrestling, which included
defeating Desire on May 7, 2003 and teaming up with
David Young on May 21, 2003 to defeat Kid Kash and
Trinity. David Young and Tracy Brookshaw also defeated
Ron Killings on June 4, 2003 in an Anarchy Alliance
match but were defeated on June 11, 2003 by Chris
Harris and James Storm in the tournament (for the
#1 contender spot for the NWA World Tag Team Championship).
Later that year, she aligned herself with Shane
Douglas, and became part of the "The New Franchise".
She continued with "The New Franchise" and wrestled
on the independent circuit into 2004. In IWA Mid
South, Tracy Brooks won a four-way match over Daizee
Haze, MsChif and Mickie Knuckles on July 31, 2004.
She also took on MsChif, Mickie Knuckles and Daizee
Haze in various matches for IWA Mid South throughout
the year. She was also defeated by ODB and Trinity
in TNA Impact dark matches.
By 2007, Traci Brooks was aligned with Robert Roode
in TNA--renaming herself Ms. Brooks. A paring that
started shortly after Bound for Glory 2006. She
would also wrestle Gail Kim and Jackie Moore regularly,
which led to the launch of a full-fledged Women's
Division in TNA.
On October 14, 2007 at Bound For Glory 2007, she
was one of 10 women who participated in a Gauntlet
match to crown the first-ever TNA Women's Champion.
She continued to wrestle on a regular basis into
2008, as her relationship with Robert Roode fell
apart. After being fired by Robert Roode, Ms. Payton
Banks (aka Rain) took Traci's place. Her feud with
Payton Banks led to February 10, 2008 at TNA Against
All Odds, where she defeated Banks in a match. She
once again defeated Payton on the April 3, 2008
episode of TNA Impact. Later in the year she would
become "Knockouts Law," which saw her in charge
of the TNA Knockouts Division.
By 2009, her position as Knockout Law was non-existent,
and she was sporadically seen on TNA programming.
On the July 23, 2009 episode of TNA Impact, she
won a TNA Knockouts battle royal, to become a member
of the Main Event Mafia faction in TNA. The big
push coincided with her posing for Playboy magazine.
Her photo shoot was released on September 17, 2009
on Playboy Cyber Club. On the October 1, 2009 episode
of TNA Impact, Christy Hemme defeated Traci in a
Battle of the Playboy models match. The Main Event
Mafia disbanded shortly after, and Traci Brooks
went on to feud with Alissa Flash.