Violet’s Updated Bio
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Ring of Honor (2007)
Violet was trained by Seth Rollins then known as Tyler Black, who she would later date) and Jimmy Jacobs, wrestling for various independent companies. Debuting under a “trial contract” for ROH under the ring name Rina, she acted as a valet for The Age Of The Fall as a heel, frequently distracting anyone to help them win. Ring of Honor decided not to give her a full time contract and the Rina character was quietly removed. Violet and Seth later broke up, Violet explaining that their relationship fell apart after ROH let her go.
TNA/Impact Wrestling (2010-2014)
Violet later debuted for the then called TNA, attacking Madison Rayne and establishing herself as a face with an alternative aesthetic, later adopting the ring name Rivera. She failed to win the TNA Women’s Knockout Championship twice and lost most of her matches. Her years with them were “mixed” and she eventually quit the company in 2014, later revealing Impact attempted to get her to change her gimmick and ally with The Bromans and DJZ against The Menagerie and that was the final straw for her. Stating "They wanted me to fucking turn into a neon cheerleader. No offense to Joaquin, Robbie or Jessie: I was done"
Violet was contacted by WWE for a tryout and signed with WWE four months after her departure from Impact and made her NXT debut under her real name and as a “anti-diva” character and was heavily criticized for being too much like Paige. She would win the vacant NXT title against Bayley but later vacated it after tearing her ACL ending her reign at 93 days.
She returned to action at a house show teaming with Eva Marie for the win. They would call themselves Red and Black but the team officially split when Eva was called back up to Raw. Eva later revealed another injury sustained by Violet kept them from debuting as a tag team on NXT TV.
After a hiatus due to back problems from said injury, Violet returned at NXT Takeover Dallas, debuting a newer more gothic look and sarcastically congratulated newly crowned champion Asuka before attacking her.
(Despite not losing the title, she never received a championship rematch until 2019.)
Violet later became the manager to Ember Moon during her feud with Asuka and formed the VampireEclipse with her, marking the first time her new character was stated to be a vampire
Violet later competed against Ember for a spot in the fatal four way for the once again vacant title at Wargames but lost, later hugging her
and wishing Ember good luck.
Violet’s final feud in NXT was against Lacey Evans leading to a match at Takeover New Orleans, which Violet won in what was her final match in NXT at the time.
Violet made her main roster debut as part of the superstar shakeup, joining Ember for a tag team against Alexa Bliss and Mickie James.
She participated in both a qualifing match and a gaunlet match for a spot in the women’s MITB ladder match, losing in both occasions. After a brief hiatus, she made a return to TV after Baron Corbin revealed her real life relationship with Finn Balor, causing Violet to attack Corbin with a chair
She entered into a feud with Alexa Bliss going into Summerslam, where Alexa mocked her family disowning her. Violet beat her at the PPV, winning her first main roster title. Violet later declined Ronda Rousey’s handshake on the Raw after Summerslam, calling Rousey “a wannabe Roddy Piper with zero respect” and demanding a title match against her, which Kurt Angle granted.
On the Raw before HIAC, Violet defended her title against Alexa Bliss, winning with her own arm bar submission. Balor, her manager during the match, legitimately proposed to her afterwards backstage.
Violet lost at HIAC when Ronda submitted Alexa, ending this reign at less than three weeks. It was later reported she had gotten a concussion and couldn’t remember the moments leading up to the injury.
Violet made her return in January, nearly seven months after her injury to announce her entry into the Royal Rumble. Her and Finn got married the week before the PPV.
Violet entered the rumble at 1 and eliminated the IIconics and was eliminated by Charlotte. Violet was Finn’s manager at Wrestlemania due to injury concerns.
Smackdown Live/Raw (2019)
Violet managed Finn throughout his matches on Smackdown, usually using heel tactics to help him win. She later insulted Becky Lynch by bringing up her ex boyfriend Seth Rollins’ leaks, though this was dropped immediately.
She reformed the Vampire-Eclipse with Ember in late August, accompaning Ember to her matches. She was ejected from Ember’s match at Summerslam following a superkick to Bayley on the outside. She was taken off TV afterwards due to Finn’s requested off time.
Return to NXT, face turn, and heel turn (2019-2020)
Violet returned to NXT, attacking Shayna Baszler and turning face. She would join up with Candice Lerae and Mia Yim, becoming close with Candice. She beat Taynara in a dark match at Wargames.
Violet later turned heel, attacking Toni Storm, Rhea Ripley, and Candice, revealing she had only befriended her as a favor to her husband. She debuted a darker gimmick and new music, defeating Isla Dawn.
Formation of The Bad Girls and Hiatus (2020)
Violet quickly allied with Io Shirai over their shared distain of Candice, beating her in a tornado tag team match.
After Shotzi Blackheart turned heel and attacked Rhea, she immediately joined Violet and Io. After which Violet called the trio “The Bad Girls” l
later inviting Dakota Kai to join them which she accepted. Violet entered the Royal Rumble but was eliminated by Bianca Belair
Violet dubbed herself “The Queen of NXT” and attempted to win the NXT women’s championship twice, being disqualified both times. Her and Finn competed in and won the NXT MMC Challenge. Both lost attempts for their respective title matches.
Violet was in two feuds, one with Kay Lee Ray and the Bad Girls with Austin Flynn, Taynara, Vanessa Borne, and Aliyah, beating them. She was scheduled to face Kay Lee Ray for the NXT UK women’s championship before the match was canceled. She later turned on Io and Dakota, solely allying with Shozti.
Violet announced she was pregnant in April, going on another hiatus. She gave birth to a daughter, Raven, in November.
Return to Smackdown and NXT/Face Turn (2020)
Violet made a surprise return as a face during Seth Rollins vs Angel Garza, accidentally costing Seth the match and becoming a target for Alexa Bliss and The Fiend. She later demanded a intergender match against Seth, where if she won The Fiend would release Seth from his influence. She would lose by disqualification when she used her new finisher, a step-over ddt called Bite Me, on Seth onto a pile of chairs, in what was her final match on Smackdown. Per a stipulation, Bray Wyatt released Seth from his control but refused to let go of Alexa. Violet vowed that Bray was going to lose Alexa and she would be there to see it
She officially returned to NXT at Wargames, being the surprise final member of Team Shotzi, helping her team win. Her face turn was solidified when she tended to former stablemate Io Shirai following her title loss to Austin Flynn.
Violet later cut a promo saying she won all of her most important matches on her first try, while women like Candice and Dakota fail after getting chance after chance and she was sick of waiting in the back of the line.
She got a chance to become the number one contender by facing Tessa Blanchard, however Scarlett interferred on behalf of her boyfriend Karrion Kross and costed Violet the match. Karrion later said he was willing to end Violet’s career if it meant getting her husband’s attention.
Heel Turn, The Kingdom, and second NXT women’s title reign (2021)
Violet teamed with Shotzi to compete in the inaugural women’s Dusty Cup classic, but lost in the first round to the Spitfire Warriors after Ember accidentally distracted Shotzi. Violet turned heel, attacking Ember, and Shotzi joined in after a brief pause. Violet dyed her hair black to further her turn.
She created The Kingdom faction with Finn, Shotzi and Jordan joining them. Rather than face Austin Flynn at Takeover Vengeance Day, the champion vacated the title due to pregnancy and choose Kay Lee Ray to replace her.
Violet would win the title clean and injured Kay Lee in the process. Later in the show, she helped Kyle O'Reilly to the back following Adam Cole turning on him. Kyle officially joined The Kingdom the following Wednesday and Priscilla Kelly was also recruited into the stable. She may have intended to feud with Candice Lerae as Violet sarcastically told her to watch a recently kidnapped and rescued Austin Theory closely. However she faced her former friend Ember Moon instead, retaining in the process.
Violet was orginally scheduled to face Kay Lee Ray in a title for title match at Stand and Deliver, however Kay Lee legitimately failed a medical evalution and thus the match was cancelled.
Instead, Violet faced Scarlett, Zoey Stark, and Dakota Kai in a fatal four way, retaining once again. The Kingdom would debut a signature symbol to showcase their unity, a simple fist in the air. She tended to her husband following his title loss, punching Scarlett beforehand.
While she wasn't onscreen at Wrestlemania, when Alexa Bliss turned on Bray Wyatt bu causing him to lose his match, she simply tweeted “Karma is a bitch”
Millie Mckenzie joined The Kingdom the following Tuesday.
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