Night on Odyssey in early 2019.
|Birth name||Natasha Whitney Deckard|
|Born||May 20, 1996 (age 23)|
|Resides||West Hollywood, California,|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Billed height||5 ft. 1 in. (1.55 m)|
|Billed weight||120 lbs. (54 kg)|
|Billed from||Inglewood, California|
Hollywood Fight Club
Natasha Whitney Deckard (born May 20, 1996), better known by her ring name Natasha Night, is an American professional wrestler, professional wrestling manager, and dancer currently signed to Omega Wrestling Alliance, where she appears on the promotion's OWT brand.
- 1 Early Life
- 2 Professional Wrestling Career
- 3 Personal Life
- 4 In Wrestling
- 5 Championships and Accomplishments
Deckard was born in Inglewood, California, and spent her childhood there and in Los Angeles' neighboring Hyde Park neighborhood. Her parents are Aldon Deckard, a security supervisor at The Forum, and Sherri Deckard (nee Lewis), a paralegal. She has an older sister, Camille (born 1990), and an older brother, Tyron (born 1993). Deckard began training as a dancer from an early age. She graduated from Inglewood High School in 2014. She spent two seasons as a Laker Girl, from 2013 to 2015.
Professional Wrestling Career
Early Career (2014 - 2016)
In early 2014, Deckard began acting as a manager for local independent promotions under the name Natasha. After finishing up as a dancer for the Thunder, she relocated to Los Angeles and began training at Hollywood Fight Club. Deckard made her in-ring debut in August 2015 and worked primarily for California-based promotions. In October 2016, she attended an EAW tryout camp and was subsequently signed.
Elite Answers Wrestling (2017 - 2018)
NEO (2017 - 2018)
Deckard reported to the EAW Performance Center in Newark, New Jersey in January 2017. After wrestling several matches at live events, she was brought to television in early March under the expanded name Natasha Night. She established herself as a heel when she aligned against Chantal, Cassidy Vega, and Kat Ricci in their feud against Rebecca Sawyer and Tiffany Santana.
Omega Wrestling Alliance (2018 - present)
Night signed a developmental contract with Philadelphia-based OWA in May 2018. While she expected what she called "a full-fledged" developmental tenure, she was called up to the main roster the following month.
The Unchained (2018)
Night made her main roster debut on night one of Budokai Tenkaichi, appearing with the other members of The Unchained (David X Fierce, Rashad Wilson, and Jamal King) following Nathan Quinn's match. She then appeared in a backstage segment with the rest of The Unchained on the July 6 episode of Olympus. She made her in-ring debut on the July 8 episode of Kingdom, defeating Diantha Moreau to qualify for the first-ever Queen of the Ring match at Boiling Point. Night then appeared at ringside on the July 13 episode of Olympus during Rashad Wilson and Jamal King's victory over Bad and Boujie. On the July 22 episode of Olympus, Night first appeared in a pre-taped press conference also featuring the other Queen of the Ring participants. Later in the night, she acted as guest referee during a match against TyAnna Jupiter and Dulce Torres. Afterward, she appeared, along with the rest of The Unchained, in a segment with Olympus General Manager Roy Rivers and Melissa Rivers. Savannah Sunshine would go onto win the first Queen of the Ring match. On the August 17 edition of Olympus, Night took part in a Triple Threat match for number one contendership of the Ring of Opportunity; Goto would go on to pin Torres to win. On the September 1 premiere episode of Odyssey, Night defeated Goto. On the September 8 episode of Odyssey, Night appeared in a backstage segment with brand general manager Viola DeMarco demanding to be rewarded for her victory the previous week. When Megan Harper walked in on the exchange, DeMarco proclaimed that Harper would be Night's opponent the following week. On the September 15 episode of Odyssey, Night went on to defeat Harper. On the September 29 episode of Odyssey, Night defeated Kiara Roberson. On the October 6 episode of Odyssey, Night was on commentary for the main event match between Sweet Roxy and Roberson. In the show's closing segment, Viola DeMarco announced that Night would be competing for the vacant OWA Goddesses Championship at Civil War, alongside Eris, Dulce Torres, and Jessykah Schwarz. Torres would go on to win the match and the title. On the October 28 episode of Odyssey, newcomer Rochelle was on commentary for Night's quick victory over Y.T. Matheson. Afterward, Night and Rochelle had a tense staredown. Night and Rochelle eventually faced each other at Odyssey X, where Night lost. She suffered a separated shoulder in the match and was subsequently briefly written out of action.
Night returned to action in the Clash of the Goddesses match, receiving a mostly positive reception from the crowd. She was the thirteenth entrant and eliminated Sakura Corleone before being eliminated by Eris. She made her in-ring Odyssey return on February 9, losing to Diantha Moreau in the main event of the broadcast. Night then defeated Amy-Jayne on the February 16 episode of Odyssey. Night defeated Lieta Collins at Pluto's Gate to win the vacant mantle of Queen of the Ring.
Return to OWT (2019 - present)
Walsh resides in West Hollywood, California. She is a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Rams.
- Finishing moves
- Heatwave (Swinging reverse STO, transitioned into a DDT)
- Ring of Fire (Scissored armbar)
- Signature Moves
- Backflip off the top rope over a standing opponent, followed by a leaping lariat
- Flame On (Tilt-a-whirl stunner)
- Hammerlock STO
- Inverted stomp facebreaker
- Jumping double-knee drop to an opponent's midsection, followed by a moonsault double-knee drop
- Knee slide, followed by a slap to a seated opponent
- Multiple kick variations
- Apron switchblade, to an opponent draped over the second rope
- Arm-trap spinning back
- Feint shining wizard, transitioned into a reverse roundhouse to the back of an opponent's head
- Welcome to Inglewood (Side, to an opponent's knee, followed by a spinning backfist to a kneeling opponent)
- Nightfall (Rope-trapped spike sitout facebuster)
- Running bulldog, into the second turnbuckle
- Tilt-a-whirl crucifix driver
- Turnbuckle leg-pulled backbreaker
- Wrestlers Managed
- The Unchained (David X Fierce, Nathan Quinn, Rashad Wilson, & Jamal King)
- "The Firestarter"
- "The Flame of The Unchained"
- Entrance Themes
- "I'm Out" by Ciara and Nicki Minaj (January 2017 - May 2018)
- "Tony Tone" by A$AP Rocky (June 2018 - November 2018)
- "Countin' Up" by Rico Nasty (February 2019 - present)
Championships and Accomplishments
- Omega Wrestling Alliance
- Queen of the Ring (1 time)
- Omega Weekly Awards (5 times)
- Goddess of the Week (2 times)
- Match of the Week (2 times)
- Promo Battle of the Week (1 time)
|Characters||Aria Jaxon • Belle Kingsley • Chantal LeBeau • Diana Hunter • Jasmine Peyton • Rebecca Sawyer • Samantha Garza • Vanessa Santiago|
|NPC's||Amanda Aspen • Claire Archer • Cori Simmons • Dani Woods • Gemma Vega • Gia Cervantes • Harlow Monroe • Jade Steel • Jayden Carter • Jackie Cruz • JC Felony • Jesse Carlton • Julianna DeMarco • Kat Ricci • Leilani Steel • Natasha Night • Sarita Cervantes • Sofia Zorbas • Taj Navid • The Boston Air Raid • Tiffany Santana • Yasmeen Namir|
|Others||Hollywood Fight Club|
|Axl Willow · Carlos Rosso · CASPIÁN · Clinton Stone · Dustin Duke · Finnegan Wakefield · Isaac Thornton · Jon McAdams · Kai Stevens · Kenny Drake · Layne Kurobane · Monolith · Nate Cage · Rasmus Walker · Scotty Adams · Senza Fàccia · The Goose|
|André Virgo · Bad News Bart · Boujie Alan · Bulls Connor · Christopher Sabretooth · CM Nas · David X Fierce · Douglas Fairland · Gareth Cason · Hunter Goodwin · Jacob Senn · Jamal King · James Onlee · Koji Soo-Don · Miltiades · Nathan Quinn · Rashad Wilson · Tarah Nova|
|Absinthe · Aria Jaxon · Azumi Goto · Dulce Torres · Diantha Moreau · HENDRIX · Jessica Rose · Megan Harper · Mia Marie Vega · Natasha Night · Savannah Sunshine · Sweet Roxy · TyAnna Jupiter|