Julliet Brooks began her wrestling training at nineteen years old with her trainer 'Demon' Dave Shocker who would introduce her to it. Once she was ready, she made her debut for a company called World Wrestling Cooperation. It was founded by Johnny Orders which was located in Greensboro, North Carolina. She had success there as she went on to hold the WWC Diva's Championship twice during her young career, and had notable matches, but within a year the company decided to close it's doors which left the New Mexico native emotional, and with no where to turn now. Many years went by and went on to sign a new deal with another company called Pulse Wrestling Federation and that was founded by Sean Cutter and Tommy Bishop. After she finished with that company, she would go on to wrestle for various other companies from around the globe and wanted to keep her name alive, and strong. In 2013 she joined up with Boardwalk Wrestling in Atlantic City, NJ and she went on to set the bar high for several years by competing in traditional and non traditional matches. She wasn't afraid of stepping outside the box that's for sure, and that's why members of the roster and people outside of the company admired her most along with her undying passion. Due to that passion, it helped her capture the Internet Championship which she would name it a momentous moment. Forward to today, 2017, Julliet Brooks hasn't missed a beat and wants to compete with the best of the best, and welcomes all competitors, but don't catch yourself saying to her she can't do it, because chances are she will find a way.