Attitude and Charm!

The South has always been a hotbed of great women's wrestling over the years, and if this impressive young blonde is any indication, Dixie has produced yet another outstanding ring competitor!
Although relatively new to the sport, Nikki has been making quite a name for herself... so much so that she recently earned a title shot at Tracy Taylorís PGWA Championship! That she didnít win is no slight to Nikki, given the fact that she managed to be such a serious challenge for the veteran titleholder.
One can only imagine how much of a force Ms. Diamond is going to be in wrestling after she gets some more experience under her belt!
Itís now our pleasure to help introduce Nikki Diamond to wrestling fans worldwide... !


Height: 5'3Ē

Weight: 107 lb.

Hair: Blonde

Hometown: McDonough, Georgia

LADYSPORTS: Welcome to LadySports, Nikki! Tell us, when did you first become interested in pro wrestling?
The first time I saw Eddie Guerrero fly off the top rope.

LS: And when did you first enter the sport?
ND: My first match was late in 09.

LS: Who have been your biggest ongoing inspirations to be a wrestler?
ND: Joyce Grable, Trish Stratus, Eddie Guerrero, The Rock and Stone Cold.

LS: What is Nikki Diamond like in the ring, personality-wise?
ND: 80% Attitude, 20% Southern Charm!

LS: Describe a typical day of training for you. What is most important in your workout?
ND: Training starts with a lot of stretching; itís the most important part of my workout. Next is lots of cardio to prepare my body for a few hours of ring time.

LS: Have you ever been injured in the ring?
ND: In my first match I took an X-Factor and nearly broke my nose.

LS: How would you best describe your ring style?
ND: Old School mixed with young energy.

LS: What moves are you best known for?
ND: The ĎSouthern Comfortí... a modified flying head scissors.

LS: Who has been your toughest opponent?
ND: Tracy Taylor.

LS: And who have been your biggest allies?
ND: Iím still new, so time will tell... .

LS: What has been your most memorable win?
ND: My third match, against Genni Right, was a show for the troops in Columbus, Georgia. I pinned her with a roll-up and then got to celebrate it with the troops! It really meant a lot to me.

LS: What was your worst loss?
ND: Getting beat by Tracy Taylor in my hometown.

LS: Who is the one wrestler you would most like to face in the ring, but haven't yet?
ND: Jazz... I think that she is extremely tough and talented wrestler.

LS: And if you had to retire tomorrow and could have only one more match, who would you most like to wrestle?
ND: Trish Stratus.

LS: What is your favorite style of match?
ND: One on one, all-out fight... old school!

LS: If you had the power, what one thing would you do to improve the sport?
ND: More womenís matches. We are as tough as the men, and Iíd like to bring more attention to womenís wrestling by proving women can be beautiful and have talent.

LS: Where do you see yourself in five years?
ND: I donít really look at the future, I live in the now.

LS: Any regrets?
ND: Not really.

LS: What would you do if you couldn't be in wrestling?
ND: I donít know... Iíve always been around it. I canít imagine anything else.

LS: What is your personal motto?
ND: What doesnít kill you makes you stronger!

LS: And lastly, what's the one thing about you the fans would be most surprised to learn?
ND: Iím a lot tougher than I look.

LS: Thanks for speaking with us, Nikki. Anything else you'd like to add?
ND: Thank you for the interview. Itís been a pleasure speaking to you!

pics courtesy of Nikki Diamond