Franky Monet – All About Her Pro Wrestling Career

Franky Monet

Forster was born in Canada and is a Model. She used to be quite passionate about fitness. Forster had been highlighted in numerous fitness publications and competed in several events, including the Arnold Amateur, where he finished second place. She also triumphed in the 2010 CBBF Championship. In 2018, Forster wed WWE Superstar John Hennigan. Before that, they had a relationship while working in the Lucha Libre promotion and later in Impact Wrestling. Forster started her career in wrestling by training with the help of Lance Storm in Canada. 

At the Storm Wrestlers Academy, she received training. Forster spent two seasons working on the reality program “World of Hurt.” Forster afterwards began to work for a few wrestling firms. To compete in the Elite Canadian Championships Wrestlers promotion, Kira began using the ring name “Taya Valkyrie.” The way Franky Monet was wasted and ultimately dismissed in NXT demonstrates creative bankruptcy. Franky Monet appeared destined to become a great star in the WWE. 

Here is all the information you need to know about Franky Monet’s professional wrestling background.

Early Life

Forster was a dancer who started modelling and competing in fitness contests in 2005.


Preparation and debut (2010) 

Forster started to train with Lance Storm @ his Storm Wrestling University in 2010, and he completed it in September of that same year. She was a cast member in Lance’s World of a Hurt reality show in Canada. After that, Kira continued to wrestle under Taya Valkyrie in several Canadian federal tournaments, most prominently Elite Canadian Championships Wrestling.

Entertainment World Wrestling (2011) 

After trying out for them, she was given a developmental deal from World Wrestling. 

Entertainment (WWE) in October 2011. 

Forster returned to professional wrestling mostly on the independent circuit after failing to make any officially recorded debuts in WWE or any of its other shows. Up until April 2012, she continued to wrestle in Canada for the remainder of 2011

Ring fighting in Mexico (2012-2017) 

After relocating to Mexico, Forster started competing for local promotions. Forster made his film debut with Perros del Mal on April 1. Before competing with other companies, such as LEGEND Promociones, Universal Wrestlers Organization, Invasion RCH, International Wrestlers League, & Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion, she spent most of the year competing for PDM.

Wrestling with Impact (2017-2021) 

On August 4, 2017, Taya made her Impact Wrestling debut in a bout against Sienna. She defeated Allie and Sienna in a three-way battle the following day, on August 5. On August 19, Taya made a comeback for the TV tapings when she defeated Ava Storie. Taya performed a second tournament on that tape, defeating Amber Nova. The six-woman match against Allie, Gail Kim, and Rosemary was won by Taya, Sienna, and Taryn Terrell on August 20. 

Rosemary was defeated by Taya two days later. Rosemary and Taya developed a rivalry planned to result in a tournament @ Bound For Glory 2017, but she could not attend the event because of Visa complications. Taya made a comeback and rekindled her feud with Rosemary on the Impact episode that aired on March 1, 2018. 

The feud was resolved in the April 12 Impact episode with only a demon’s dance competition, which Rosemary won. Following this, Taya vanished from Impact until her babyface comeback in September, when she faced Tessa Blanchard for said Impact Knockouts Championship. Tessa narrowly held the Championship at Bound in Glory XIV by pinning Taya with the ropes. As the feud continued, Taya received another championship opportunity on Impact 3 weeks later. Tessa successfully defended her Championship by confronting the referee and getting herself disqualified.

Gail Kim joined the conflict and officiated the comeback at Impact Wrestlers Homecoming as a special guest referee. Taya defeated Tessa Blanchard there to claim the Knockouts Championship. Taya and Blanchard’s street brawl in the episode of February 15 that was filmed in Mexico put an end to the feud. Soon later, Taya returned to her heel role to aid Johnny Impact in turning on Brian Cage upon that Impact Wrestling broadcast from March 15. Next up for Taya was Jordynne Grace, who defeated the champion in a TV episode by count-out.

At Rebellion, Taya faced Grace again and won, successfully retaining her title. In a Monster’s Balls Four Way match at Slammiversary XVII, Taya would have to defend the title against Su Yung, Jessicka Havok, and Rosemary. Taya managed to win the Knockouts title. Taya successfully defended her title against Big Mama on the Impact edition on August 30, setting the record for the biggest single Knockouts champion reign. When Jordynne Grace finally defeated her for the Knockouts Championship, her 377-day reign ended.

NXT (2021) 

Taya made her television debut on the April 13, 2021, episode of NXT to face Raquel González, the reigning NXT Women’s Champion. That now knows Taya of the ring as Franky Monet.

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