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The Top Ten Moves of Rebecca Knox

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Uploaded on May 16, 2010

A bit of a surprise top ten here. Rebecca Knox is probably familiar to those who follow women's wrestling closely. Training under Prince Devitt in the NWA UK school, Knox made her debut in 2002, at fifteen years of age. There, she would hone her craft, and eventually travel abroad to the United States in 2005. She primarily competed in Canada for the ECCW promotion's all-women's wing. She would defeat all challengers, and would win a tournament, and was crowned the first ECCW SuperGirls Champion. Her first challenge came in the form of LuFisto. Despite her best efforts, LuFisto was defeated by K-Nox. She also competed in the third(I believe) ChickFight tournament, falling in the second round to Mariko Yoshida. From there, it was a brief, but successful tour in Japan, as Knox teamed with Ayako Hamada. Back in the states, Knox made her debut for SHIMMER. Things went well until an unfortunate knee injury seemed to put an end to the match. Or so we thought. As opponent Allison Danger held the ropes open, K-Nox kicked her to the floor, revealing the injury to be nothing but a ruse! She would defeat Danger soon after. Her antics had caught the eye of Daizee Haze, who defeated the Irish lady at the next show. However, K-Nox would rebound, and defeat both Haze and Danger on back to back shows. K-Nox once again headed to Japan for a brief period of time. However, things would soon come crumbling down. A freak injury surfaced after a match in Japan, and even after taking a year off, it seemed as if K-Nox's career was tragically cut short, and she hasn't wrestled since. However, K-Nox shouldn't be remembered for her unfortunate circumstances, but for the great wrestling she was known for. Although she had no problem taking to the air, such as with the Double Jump Missile Dropkick or the Guillotine Legdrop, K-Nox preferred tossing her opponents around, as demonstrated with her Exploder Suplex variations. The Hard Knox was her preferred finishing move, and one that fit her nature quite well.



A BIG thank you to ECCW for the majority of the footage used.

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