Taylor Wilde


Taylor Wilde was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on January 26th, 1986 and is the Wrestler. At the age of 38, Taylor Wilde biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 26, 1986
Place of Birth
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
38 years old
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Professional Wrestler
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Taylor Wilde Life

Shantelle Malawski (born January 26, 1986) is a retired Canadian professional wrestler best known for working for Impact Wrestling under the ring name Taylor Wilde. From 2006 to 2007, Malawski was under a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) contract, but he never made it to the 2007 model.

Malawski joined TNA in May 2008 and would go on to become a one-time TNA Women's Knockout Champion and a two-time TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion with her partners Sarita and Hamada, as well as becoming the first wrestler to hold both titles.

Malawski announced her retirement from professional wrestling in December 2010 and fought her last match on February 5, 2011.

Personal life

Although working full time with TNA, Malawski took Psychology at York University to complete a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree. She obtained a certificate from Humber College in Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training in 2011. Since January 5, 2015, she has been a full-time Professional Firefighter in Toronto. On April 20, 2018, Malawski had a son named after her mother, Taylor.


Taylor Wilde Career

Professional wrestling career

Shantelle Taylor made her professional debut in June 2003 at the age of 17. In 2004, she appeared in Slam Bam, a two-part wrestling documentary that aired on the Discovery Channel. While competing in New Vision Pro Wrestling, she captured her first women's championship in 2005. She spent the summer of that year in Monterrey, Mexico, working on her lucha libre style. On a card that featured former World Wrestling Entertainment stars Kevin Nash, Andrew Martin, and Scott Steiner, she appeared in a three-show tour of South Africa wrestling in December. She was also accepted for a tryout in Buffalo, New York, by World Wrestling Entertainment in December. Malawski has served in various independent wrestling roles, including Shimmer Women Athletes, Ring Divas' Battle Angels, Twin Wrestling Entertainment, and Blood Sweat and Ears. Malawski defeated Traci Brooks on April 16, 2006, becoming the inaugural Battle Angels Women's Champion. In Southern Ontario, Malawski spent time on the Pure Women's Action show for the Pure Wrestling Association.

Malawski signed a World Wrestling Entertainment contract in May 2006 and was sent to their new territory, Deep South Wrestling. Shantelle, she's first appearance in Deep South in-ring as simply Shantelle, where she lost against Krissy Vaine on June 27, 2006. In Six Flags Over Georgia, Malawski defeated Vaine at a Deep South Wrestling Grand Park Slam tournament on September 9, 2006. Taylor defeated Angel Williams on October 26, 2006, a distraction from Tracy Taylor that was revived again on the November 2 episode. Malawski appeared on the SmackDown!/ECW house in January 2007 as San-Eye, a masked Japanese wrestler who defeated Jamie Noble in an intergender match. Malawski wrestled in dark matches prior to the SmackDown in June 2007. When wearing a mask, she was able to defeat Jillian Hall of Jillian Hall. Shantelle teamed up with Williams to beat Taylor and Luscious on January 18 of DSW TV Tapings.

Taylor fought Williams in the DSW TV Taping contest on January 19th. Taylor teamed up with Kofi Kingston to defeat Brian Cage and Williams on January 25 episode of DSW TV Tapings. Taylor will have an ally in Nattie Neidhart, where they competed with Williams and Vain in various tag team and singles matches in March 2007. Taylor teamed up with Neidhart in a winning effort over March 17, 2007, defeating Vain and Williams at the DSW Park Slam pay-per-view. Taylor teamed up with Eric Perez in a winning bid over Williams and Cru Jones in a mixed tag-team match on March 22 of DSW TV Tapings. Taylor teamed up with Neidhart on April 12 to defeat Krissy Vaine and Angel Williams, putting an end to their feud.

Taylor was transferred to Florida in 2007 when the Championship Wrestling Championships were announced. Taylor lost in a triple treat match involving Krissy Vaine on June 26 on FCW Television, her first appearance on FCW television. Taylor was disqualified by Neidhart with Vaine as the special guest referee on the FCW Television show on June 30. Malawski was dismissed from her educational service on August 13, 2007. Following the apprehension, she did not return to the independent circuit and was still grappling professionally until TNA contacted her, when she had concentrated on obtaining a college degree rather.

Raisha Saeed was the target of Malawski's tryout match for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). Malawski signed a TNA deal in May 2008, making her the first official member of the TNA roster. On the May 29 episode of Impact!, she then appeared on television as a "plant." She fought back from Awesome Kong to any females 18 or older in the audience, but she was not chosen to wrestle her. On the June 5 episode of Impact, she appeared in the audience. To face Kong, she was not chosen, but she was not chosen to face her once more. On June 19, she defeated Kong in the $25,000 challenge. She was born Taylor, and despite losing, she was the nearest out of any of the contestants to defeating Kong. Taylor beat Raisha Saeed on July 3 and gained the right to face Kong again the following week, this time with the TNA Women's Knockout Championship also on the line. She defeated Kong in the $25,000 race and captured the championship the following week, now using the word "Taylor Wilde." Wilde retained the trophy after a rematch against Kong at Victory Road.

Wilde defeated Velvet Sky in five seconds to keep the title alive, but Wilde was defeated in 20 seconds on a replay of Impact! on July 24. Thenafter, Wilde was allegedly attacked by the octagons of Sky and Angelina Love (known as The Beautiful People) and was given the 'Brown Paper Bag Treatment' before ODB and Gail Kim could save him. Wilde defeated Love in the first ever "Beautiful People Beauty Pageant" on September 11, but the Beautiful People were chastised, prompting Rhino to save the country for the second time. When she defeated Love at No Surrender, she was accompanied by Rhino. Wilde defeated Awesome Kong and Roxxi to retain the title after winning a Triple Threat Match at Bound for Glory. Wilde lost the championship to Kong after Saeed's interference.

With a Bronco Buster she battled Raisha Saeed and Awesome Kong at Turning Point. Wilde, a woman who is still fighting The Beautiful People, defeated them and Sharmell at the Final Resolution, working with ODB and Roxxi. She teamed up with Roxxi and ODB to defeat Rhaka Khan, Raisha Saeed, and Sojourner Bolt at Genesis.

The next week on Impact!

The Kongtourage was defeated once more by Wilde, Roxxi, and ODB.

As Wilde and Roxxi humiliated the Beautiful People by coating them with "muck," Wilde and Roxxi began feuding with the Beautiful People. Wilde and Roxxi will continue to play in a series of tag team matches against The Beautiful People shortly after. She took part in a 9 wrestler Gauntlet match that was won by Sojourner Bolt on February 12. She competed with Roxxi and The Governor to defeat The Beautiful People and Madison Rayne in a six-woman tag team competition at Destination X. Love and Angelina Love and Awesome Kong all qualified for the TNA Knockouts Championship in Lockdown, but Love prevailed in the final match. On April 23, she lost a top-one ladder match to Sojournor Bolt.

Wilde appeared on Impact's May 7 issue, where she told interviewer Lauren that she had noticed a mystery admirer on the internet. Lauren and Taylor were seated at a table waiting for the admirer to arrive the following week. Daffney arrived shortly, blaming Taylor for The Beautiful People's hair removal and then challenging her for the first time in history's Ball match at Sacrifice, which Wilde won. Wilde is on-screen best friends with backstage interviewer Lauren, and it was revealed from the feud with Daffney. In a Monster's Ball match at Slammiversary, Wilde and her tag team partner Abyss defeated Daffney and Raven, bringing an end to her rivalry with Daffney.

Wilde formed an alliance with Sarita in August after TNA announced that they were going to crown new Knockouts Tag Team Champions. Wilde and Sarita reached the semifinals of the Tag Team Championship tournament on September 10, defeating Alissa Flash and Daffney. Impact! spent the next week on Impact! They advanced to the tournament's finals by defeating Awesome Kong and Raisha Saeed. Wilde and Sarita defeated Madison Rayne and Velvet Sky to become the inaugural Knockouts Tag Team Champions at No Surrender. Taylor Wilde became the first wrestler in TNA history to win the singles and tag team championships. Wilde and Sarita successfully defend their titles against The Beautiful People at Bound for Glory, and At Turning Point, the Beautiful People at Bound for Glory were able to defeat The Beautiful People with ODB, allowing them to win both sets of titles. Wilde and Sarita lost the Tag Team Championship to Hamada and Awesome Kong on Monday night, on Monday night. Wilde and Sarita made their return to Impact! on March 8th, unsuccessfully vying for the vacant Tag Team positions. Wilde defeated Daffney after interference from Sarita on June 25, snapping the team's long losing streak. Wilde confronted her tag team partner and said she didn't want to win by cheating, resulting in Sarita's appearance as a winner and not needing her tag team partner's assistance in her match against Daffney. Wilde, who was defeated by Daffney in a singles match, fought her opponent and barred her tag team from attacking her opponent. Wilde's relationship with Sarita came to an end after being defeated by Women's Knockout Champion Madison Rayne on July 1st Edition of Impact!, when Sarita suddenly turned heel and assaulted her, claiming she was sick of losing matches.

On the following edition of Xplosion, Wilde and Sarita clashed, with Sarita winning by holding her trunks.

On the July 15 edition of Impact!

In a Street Fight, Sarita defeated Wilde once more.

Wilde, Teammates from Impact!'s August 5th Edition, defeated The Beautiful People (Velvet Sky and Lacey Von Erich) for the second time on July 27, defeating the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship for the second time. Wilde and Hamada made two good defenses of their championship on September, first defeating Lacey Von Erich and Madison Rayne on the September 16 episode of Impact Wrestling, then Von Erich and Velvet Sky the following week, when Rayne turned on Von Erich. Wilde and Sarita clashed for the third time at Xplosion's on November 9, with Sarita winning the game and leaving Sarita victorious. Hamada had been barred from the TNA after he appeared at the tapings of the December 9 edition of Impact!, Wilde and Hamada. Malawski's deal with TNA had also ended three days earlier, according to reports three days later. On December 29, 2010, Malawski confirmed that she had resigned from the service.

Malawski resigned from professional wrestling on January 10, 2011 in order to focus on her psychology research. Alissa Flash defeated her in her retirement bout on February 5, 2011, at a ChickFight and Pro Wrestling Revolution co-promoted event where she was disqualified by Alissa Flash.

Wilde had returned to TNA in early 2021 (now Impact Wrestling). Wilde's return to the company was discussed on Impact!'s April 8, 2021 episode. Wilde returned to Impact Wrestling on April 25 at the Rebellion pay-per-view. She joined Tenille Dashwood and defeated Kimber Lee and Susan on May 15 in Under Siege. Wilde lost to a returning Madison Rayne at Emergence. Wilde defeated Dashwood on September 18, who was on Victory Road. It was announced in November 2021 that Malawski was on temporary leave due to personal reasons, and that he was eventually barred from the roster page for the foreseeable future. Wilde returned to Glory on October 7, 2022, after being disqualified by returning Matt Cardona.