On March 29th, 2010, Miss Tessmacher made her TNA Impact debut as Eric Bischoff’s assistant. Some of us remembered her as Brooke, one of the dancers from Extreme Expose, but very few of us expected that in 2012, she would become the TNA Women’s Champion at Slammiversary, one of TNA’s biggest PPV’s. To look at Tessmacher’s TNA journey, from beginning to the present, shows how hard work and the attitude of let letting the doubters bring you down can allow you to achieve your dream.
From Secretary to Knockout
Tag Team Gold
In 2012, Miss Tessmacher pinned the current Knockouts Champion, Gail Kim, on three separate occasions. One time she even used her opponents own finishing move to get the 1, 2, 3. This earned her a shot at the title on May 13th at Sacrifice, which sadly, didn’t turn out her way. But she wasn’t willing to give up. Miss Tessmacher finally achieved the dream she had proclaimed to the world at Slammiversary on June 10th, pinning Gail Kim to win the Knockouts title.
Beating The OddsWhen Miss Tessmacher first showed up in TNA, I didn’t give her much of a chance. Has she ever proved me, and I hope many of her other doubters, wrong. Yes, she’s a model and yes, she’s beautiful, but she isn’t just another pretty face. She’s improved so much since her first TNA match, by becoming more comfortable in the ring and adding to her move set. There’s always room for improvement, but if she keeps this “Never Give Up” attitude, who knows what we’ll be writing about in the next 2 years for Miss Tessmacher.