"Listening is the key."

Back in the 1950s they sang, “Rock ‘n Roll is here to stay!”  
And while they didn’t know it at the time, they were really s
inging about a lass from the Volunteer State known as 
Rock ‘n Roll Rock-C!  

For a dozen years now, she’s been making her mark in the 
business, winning gold time and again and establishing 
herself as a force to be reckoned with.


Height: 5'11

Weight: 145

Hometown: Soddy Daisy, Tennessee
LADYSPORTS: Welcome to LadySports, Rock-C! When did you first get into the sport?

ROCK-C: Back in 2003.

LS: And who trained you?
R-C: Cowboy James Cody.

LS: What was your biggest influence to become a wrestler?
R-C: Just seeing the fans go nuts. I wanted them to cheer for me, so I started training.

LS: What other sports do you have an interest in?
R-C: Basketball , softball and hockey.

LS: How would you describe yourself in terms of attitude, personality, likes, dislikes, and strengths?
R-C: Attitude would be I am an awesome person 'til you cross me. Personality is very outgoing and goofy. My like is being around positive people and dislike is being around negative people.

LS: Describe a typical day of training for you. What is most important in your workout?
R-C: Actually training and not standing around. I love to learn and teach. Listening is the key to training and learning.

LS: How would you best describe your ring style?
R-C: My ring style is technical with some high flying.

LS: What moves are you best known for?
R-C: The moves I’m most known for are q series of suplexes and the moonsault.

LS: Have you ever been injured in the ring?
R-C: Yes, on several occasions. I have been in physical therapy three times.

LS: Who have been your toughest opponents?
R-C: Men.... they're usually bigger and stronger so I have to be smarter!

LS: And who are your allies?
R-C: Who my allies are is simple…the well-together, most respected people I have always looked up to.

LS: What has been your most memorable win?
R-C: The most memorable win was the moment my tag partner and I won the very first tag titles in MLOW (Magnificent Ladies of Wrestling).

LS: What was your worst loss?
R-C: My worst loss would have had to be when I lost my hardcore title at TWA In Dalton, Georgia.

LS: Who is the one wrestler you would most like to face in the ring, but haven't yet?

LS: What type of match do you enjoy the most?
R-C: Chain matches, technical-type of completion matches.

LS: What is so special about this sport to you?
R-C: The fans. No matter what you go through in the biz or in the back, the fans make is special. And also the fact you can never learn it all.

LS: Tell us, what are your fans like?
R-C: They are mostly kids, so they are amazing.

LS: If you had the power, what one thing would you do to improve the sport?
R-C: Fully train people and have them be of age before they step in the ring.

LS: Where have you wrestled, and what titles have you held?
R-C: I have wrestled all over Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. My titles have been several women's championships, hardcore belts and tag titles.

LS: What was your most unforgettable moment in the sport?
R-C: My most unforgettable moment was the very first time I walked out of the curtain for my first match. It marked the moment to a very long journey.

LS: What would you do if you couldn't be in wrestling?
R-C: I would become a nun. No, I’m joking! I would become an actress.

LS: If you were only able to wrestle one more match in your career, who would you most like to face?
R-C: Hard to say ‘cause I have a lot of girls I have grown with in this biz.

LS: What is your personal motto?
R-C: Get over it or die from it.

LS: What would make you most happy in life?
R-C: First of all, to continue being a good mother, and to be well known and respected.

LS:Thank you for speaking with us, Rock-C!

Photos courtesy of Rock-C