Interview With 'The Hardcore B*tch' Vixsin

August 5, 2018


Known as 'The Hardcore B*tch', Vixsin has traveled all over Australia, taking on the best female Pro Wrestlers Australia has to offer, as well as working with numerous former TNA & WWE stars. Her unique style, combining raw power with arguably the hardest striking in Australia, has defeated everyone in her path, and won her 6 Women's Championships around the country. Vixsin has been taking on the men regularly in inter-gender competition. Not only can she now hang with the male Pro Wrestlers, but she has defeated some of the best in the country, sporting a fantastic win/loss record in inter-gender competition. In addition to her accolades, Vixsin is widely regarded as the toughest, and most hardcore female Pro Wrestler in the country. She has suffered through chairs, tables, staple guns, mouse traps, thumbtacks, barbed wire and even fire! Yet still defeats her opponents to reign supreme as the Hardcore Queen. We asked Vixsin a few questions so we could find out more about this extremely talented and hardcore individual. 


What's your earliest memory of wrestling and what made you want to become professional wrestler?


My earliest memory would when I was 9 or 10 years old, I would always watch the wrestling with my Dad. My first match I can remember was Hulk Hogan vs Big Boss Man in a steel cage which was on a Best of The Hulkster VHS. I was hooked from the moment I saw my first match and thought I want to do that, I need to do that!


What's been your biggest accomplishment so far in your career?


My biggest accomplishment was in Japan for main eventing World Women Pro Wrestling Diana (Diana) for their championship belt against wrestling legend Kyoko Inoue. But in saying that I have heaps of accomplishments so it's very hard to pick one. Such as wrestling in a number of inter-gender matches and hardcore matches and holding a number of belts. At the end of the day it's the fans that have told me I've inspired them to achieve their goals and dreams.


Has there been feud with one of the other woman that you consider to be your best rivalry and is there somebody else that you'd like to get your hands on?


Does it need to be a female? Hmm, I would say for the females it would have to be Charmine, lozwen and Kellyanne. As for the males, Chuck E Chaos, Maddog and Krackerjak.


I really want a hardcore rematch with Kellyanne...


What do you hope to achieve for the future of your pro wrestling career?


More intergender death matches and the big one would be a death match in Korakuen Hall in Japan, I was lucky enough to wrestle there on my debut for BJW/DDT.


Do you have a certain match that you consider your best work or favourite?


Definitely my match against KrackerJak and Maddog at WrestleRock in 2014 but there is heaps to choose from as I've been wrestling for over 14 years (laughs).



You're known for your hardcore style of wrestling and you're not afraid to get bloody, have you ever had something go extremely wrong?


Funny enough, I was wrestling in Japan in a tag match against Yuko Miyamoto (BJW) and a rookie, and I did my dive and my knee smashed some exposed metal on the apron and my knee exploded after I finished the match I noticed something was seriously wrong with my knee, I cut my tights in half and surly enough there was a massive slash in my knee. I stuck my fingers in it too see if there was any serious damage all seemed fine. I was sent to the hospital in an ambulance and got 20 stitches 10 inside and 10 out, but there was no serious damage thankfully.


Most recently I had surgery to fix a reoccurring dislocating shoulder that first happened from giving someone a Samoan drop at Huntervalley (NSW) early 2016. Other than that only a few nasty concussions (4-5) and bruises here and there.


Where did you get your fascination with Death Match/Hardcore Match wrestling from?


Hmm, well I'm a huge fan of Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW) so I need to say any more?


With the announcement of an all-women's exclusive PPV event and WWE continuing to try and break new ground in women's wrestling, what's your opinion on the current status of Australian women's wrestling?


It has definitely come a long way and I look forward to seeing it grow and bloom more! But in saying that wrestling as a whole is smashing it in Australia at the moment. I see myself as a pro wrestler at the end of the day, with no label.


Is the WWE Performance Center somewhere Vixsin would like to end up one day? Is that a goal that you'd love to achieve?


Maybe in a different time but WWE isn't really my end game. Wrestling in Japan is though.


If you could wrestle and/or destroy any current WWE Superstar, who would it be?




What's next for Vixsin? Do you have an opponent in your sights or any particular shows that you're particularly excited for?


What's next? You'll have to wait and see. Overcoming injury has really opened my eyes and no opportunities will be missed. I strongly believe I have unfinished business with KrackerJak and I know he is 'retired' but what pro wrestler is truly retired? Other opponents would be Maddog McRea, Syd Parker and Avary. I'm really excited for Underworld Wrestling coming up on August 17th and the Battle Championship Wrestling Extreme Battle tour coming up on the 1st, 2nd, 7th and 8th of September. To tell the truth I'm excited about everyone I step in the ring with and get to do my thing.



What's your favourite city to wrestle in?


Hokkaido, Tokyo and of course Melbourne.


Do you have a female counterpart in wrestling that you admire and/or look up to that has helped your career get to where it is now?


When I first started there was only 4 or 5 of us around and spread about in each state. When I first started Michelle Hasluck and Charmine (PCW) gave me good advice. I have a lot of inspirations I guess, I have worked very hard to get where I am and still working hard to get higher up. I really try and be a good role model for those around me as when I first started there was a selected few or none at all really.


Last but not least, do you have any words or a message to your fans or those that follow your career?


Thank you. Without you and your support I wouldn't be where I am today. And of course, expect more violence and blood!



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