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  • while she was working in the billing department of a clinical laboratory firm, Lexie Fyfe became a professional wrestler at the invitation of a co-worker?

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Lexie Fyfe
Ring name(s) The Foxy Lady
Lexie Fyfe
Billed height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Billed weight 150 lb (68 kg; 11 st)
Born May 30, 1969 (1969-05-30) (age 40)
Denville, New Jersey
Resides Tampa, Florida
Billed from Tampa, Florida
Trained by OMEGA Staff
Ken Spence
Johnny Rodz
Debut August 1995

Mary Beth Bentley (born May 30, 1969), is an American professional wrestler. She has wrestled in various independent wrestling promotions, most notably for Shimmer Women Athletes and has had tryouts for both WWE and WCW.


Early life

Bentley was born in Denville, New Jersey where she spent most of her life, attending Morris Knolls High School.[1] She spent a couple of years in Toledo, Ohio and St. Petersburg, Florida when she was very young.

Bentley went to Elon College in North Carolina and now resides in Tampa, Florida after a couple of years in Jeffersonville, Indiana.


While working in billing at LabCorp, Bentley met co-worker Brandi Wine who asked if she had an interest in training to become a wrestler.[1] Brandi was valeting at the time for the Beastmaster Rick Link and Tim Blaze. She introduced Lexie to some local promoters who were looking for female wrestlers. Ken Spence, who runs a wrestling school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, talked her into coming early to one of the next shows. She got in the ring with a couple of the wrestlers and learned some simple moves. She started training at Ken's school right after that in April 1995.

She stayed at Spence's school for a little over a year while learning the basic techniques of wrestling. Feeling that she needed to become more versatile and learn different styles, she left Spence's school. Then she had met Matt Hardy on a show and he invited her down to their training place. In fact, she was thinking about leaving wrestling because she didn't feel that she was progressing in the ring. She learned so much there especially about the psychology of a wrestling match. Also, she had the chance to learn valuable skills from the "unpredictable" Johnny Rodz, who has trained stars including as Tazz and Perry Saturn. She visited his school at least six times on various trips to the New York area.

Bentley has since joined Shimmer Women Athletes as a full-time wrestler where she also teams with Malia Hosaka. On Volume 4 Hosaka and Fyfe defeated Lee and Cindy Rogers in a tag team match. On Volume 5 they became an official team under the name The Experience. Since then they had a winning streak which was broken by Cheerleader Melissa and MsChif on Volume 12. They then started another winning streak which was broken this time by Ashley and Nevaeh in the final of a six-team Gauntlet Match on Volume 21.

After missing Volume 23 The Experience came back as part of the Volume 24 as they defeated the team of Rayna Von Tosh and Tenille.

On April 21, 2008, Lexie worked as a Hillary Clinton imposter on WWE Raw, where she defeated "Barack Obama" before being destroyed by Umaga.[2]

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves

Championships and accomplishments


  1. ^ a b Seegers, Sandy. "Enjoying life inside ropes: Pro wrestling has provided Denville native rich experience", Daily Record (Morristown), August 27, 2008. Accessed August 28, 2008. "A co-worker, Brandi Wine, asked Fyfe, a native of Denville, if she'd like to train with her and become a professional wrestler. Soon, Fyfe, known as MaryBeth Bentley during her days at Morris Knolls High School, was in the ring."
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  3. ^ "Shimmer Roster". Shimmer Women Athletes. Visuex. Retrieved 2009-11-11.  
  4. ^ "The PWI Female 50 Rankings: Who Is The Top Women's Wrestler In The World?". 2008-09-18. Retrieved 2008-09-19.  


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