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Mercedes Vargas
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BILLING INFORMATION
Ring Name(s): Mercedes Vargas
Height: 5'7" (1.70 m)
Weight: 125 lb. (57 kg; 8.9 st)
Born: 22px-Flag_of_Argentina.svg.png Buenos Aires, Argentina
Resides: 22px-Flag_of_the_United_States.svg.png Palms,_Los_Angeles, California
Billed From: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Federation(s): World Wrestling Headquarters (WWH)
Sin City Wrestling (SCW)
Previous Federation(s): Honor Wrestling
Combat Wrestling
Imperial Wrestling Federation (IWF)
Femme Fatale Wrestling (FFW)
Pride All-Female Championship Wrestling (PRIDE AFCW)
Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling (AESOP World)
Championship Pro Wrestling (CPW)
World Women's Wrestling League (3WL)
World Elite Wrestling (WEW)
New Championship Wrestling (NCW)
All-Female Pride Wrestling (AFPW)
Divas Unleashed (DU)
WRESTLING INFORMATION
Alignment: Heel
Theme Song: Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me by U2
Finisher(s): Black Rose Overdrive
(Burning Hammer/Inverted Death Valley driver)
Peligro Rojjo II/Red Peril II (Stryker Lock/Reverse figure four leglock)
Manager: None
CAREER HISTORY
Debut: January 9, 2009
Trained By: CWS Training

Mercedes Alicia Vargas Castaños de Ortega (born June 25, 1980), better known simply as Mercedes Vargas, is an Argentine professional wrestler, model, television personality and actress best known for her appearances in several promotions in the United States, most notably Divas Unleashed (DU) between early January 2009 and late June 2011, New Championship Wrestling (commonly known and stylized as nCw) between late March 2011 and early March 2013, World Elite Wrestling (WEW), appearing on the company's Friday Night Adrenaline brand, between mid-August 2012 and mid-April 2013, World Women's Wrestling League (3WL), from late July 2010 until the company's second closing in mid-August 2012, and returning in March 2013 after the company's seven-month hiatus at the Wild Stampede pay-per-view, only for the event to be the promotion's final show as the federation closed its doors for the third and final time), Championship Pro Wrestling (CPW) from late May to late August 2013, Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling (frequently styled as AESOP WORLD: Women's Pro Wrestling, the successor to 3WL) from mid-October 2013 to late April 2014), Pride All-Female Championship Wrestling (stylized as PRIDE All-Female Championship Wrestling and often referred to simply as PRIDE AFCW, PRIDE, or PRIDE Wrestling; previously known as All-Female Pride Wrestling) from mid-February 2012 to late March 2014, Femme Fatale Wrestling (FFW) from early January to mid-November 2014, Imperial Wrestling Federation (IWF) from late December 2013 to mid-March 2016, Combat Wrestling in March 2018, and Honor Wrestling from mid-July 2017 to mid-October 2018.

She is currently signed with Sin City Wrestling (SCW), from which she stayed from June 2013 to mid-January 2018 following the promotion closing after six years and made her return for the promotion's return in April 15, 2018, and World Wrestling Headquarters, where she performs on the Thursday Night Dystopia brand; In Honor Wrestling, she was a former Women's Honor Champion and held the records for the longest singles and combined reigns (202 days) for six months (from May 5 until surpassed on November 23, 2018), and most defenses (5) while also setting the records for longest winning streak (13) and longest undefeated streak (unpinned, unsubmitted) in the company (458 days). In SCW, she is a record eleven-time champion, including being a former two-time SCW World Bombshell Champion, a former Bombshell Internet Champion, three-time World Bombshell Tag Team Champion (and the first team, male or female, and first-ever to become two-time champions) having won the titles on two occasions in 2014 and again in 2015, a two-time World Mixed Tag Team Champion (and the first-ever two-time champions), and a record-tying three-time Bombshell Roulette Champion, and was the second wrestler to achieve this feat, capturing the belt in 2013 and twice in 2014 while also setting multiple records with the championship: Her third reign at 175 days from September 14, 2014 to March 8, 2015 was the longest in the title's history for exactly 17 months until Kate Steele surpassed it with a 182-day reign on August 8, 2016; she shared the records for longest Bombshells singles reign and longest Bombshells title reign of any kind with Delia Darling during Darling's concurrent reign with the World Bombshell Championship for 8 months until the record was broken on November 16, 2015; the record for longest SCW and Bombshell combined championship reign of any kind at 259 days (for 6 months until broken on September 21, 2015), the record for most Bombshell Roulette Championship singles defenses and most Bombshell singles defenses of any kind with 5 (for 9 months until broken on December 13, 2015), the record for longest combined Bombshell reign at 259 days (for 11 months until broken on February 8, 2016) the record for most combined Bombshell title defenses (for 3 years until broken on January 14, 2018), and the record for longest combined days with the Bombshell Roulette Championship at 259 days (for 3 years until broken on November 26, 2018, Vargas still holds the Bombshell Roulette Championship individual records for most consecutive/successful Bombshell Roulette Championship singles defenses (five, now tied by Samantha Marlowe) and the record for most combined defenses (7 over three reigns). Vargas is regarded as the most decorated wrestler in company history, establishing several SCW and Bombshell records. She remains the record-holder in several categories, including overall championship wins (11); singles championship wins (6, tied for most in SCW history and the most ever in the Bombshells division); consecutive pay-per-view appearances (34, 2nd longest in SCW history and the most ever in the Bombshells division); active career wins (53), one of only two Bombshells with 50+ career wins (Roxi Johnson, 53), and tied with Roxi Johnson for most career wins by a Bombshell; active career TV wins (39) and one of only two Bombshells with 30+ career TV wins, and one win from tying Roxi Johnson for most career wins on Climax Control (40); career title wins (20), most career title matches (53), most career Bombshell singles matches (57); and consecutive pay-per-view title matches (15 over a two year span, August 2013 to October 2015). She was one of only three wrestlers in SCW and Bombshells history - and the fastest wrestler ever - to compete in 100 career matches; was one of only ten wrestlers, and one of only five Bombshells, to become a Triple Crown winner and the only wrestler, male or female, to become a three-time winner (once under the modern format, twice under the original format); was one of only seven wrestlers in SCW to win the SCW Grand Slam; one of only three Bombshells - and the fastest ever - to complete the Bombshell Grand Slam; the first Bombshell in SCW history to win the first match of a new year in each of her first four years (2013-2016); the first Bombshell in SCW history to win the first PPV match of a new year in each of her first five years (2013-2017); one of three Bombshells to win a title in consecutive years, and the first Bombshell in SCW history to win a championship in each of her first five years, which she extended to six years (2013-2018), including four championship reigns in a single year in 2014; had the most singles championships in Bombshells history and was the first ever six-time singles champion (tied for most singles championship reigns all-time in SCW); was the third Bombshell, one of only four wrestlers - and fastest wrestler in SCW history - to compete in 30 pay-per-view matches, needing 3 1/2 years; and the first, one of only four Bombshells, and one of only seven wrestlers in SCW history to go unpinned in singles for 365 days or more. Vargas went unpinned in singles competition for 434 days from her roster debut on June 2, 2013 to August 10, 2014, which still remains the Bombshells record and the second-longest singles unpinned streak in SCW history. She suffered her first pinfall loss nearly ten months after joining the roster, lasting a total of 301 days, a Bombshell record that stood for nearly nine months and is now tied for fifth-longest in the division and the eighth-longest unpinned/unsubmitted streak of any kind in SCW history)

Vargas ranks in the top five in all-time career Bombshell wins (tied with Roxi Johnson for most with 53); career matches, (2nd with 121, Amy Marshall had 120 and both are behind Jessie Salco with 125); career pay-per-view matches (3rd with 34 and one of only three with 30+ PPV matches; Jessie Salco, 36; Amy Santino, 35); career television matches (2nd with 87 and one of only three with 80 career TV matches; Jessie Salco, 88; Amy Santino, 84); career singles wins (2nd with 26 (Mikah, 31), and one of only two with 25 career singles wins in SCW and Bombshells division history); career television wins (2nd with 39); most career pay-per-view wins (tied with Amy Marshall with 14); most wins in a single year (2nd with 24 in 2016); most television wins in a single year (2nd with 18 in 2016); career Bombshell losses (3rd with 64; most career pay-per-view losses (2nd with 19); most losses in a single year (tied for second with 16 in 2016); and most pay-per-view losses in a single year (tied for second with 5 in 2016). In Honor Wrestling, she became the first and only wrestler in company history to go unpinned in singles for 365 days or more.

Vargas has won 22 total championships over her nine year wrestling career and has never had a year where she did not have a title reign at one time or another. Since debuting, she has gone on to either hold or win a championship nine years in a row. She is a eight-time tag team champion, having won the AFPW Tag Team Championship, 3WL Sky High Tag Team Championship and NCW Starlets Tag Team Championship one time each, the SCW World Bombshell Tag Team Championship three times (including holding the AFPW, 3WL Sky High and NCW Starlets tag titles, in addition to holding the 3WL Television Championship, simultaneously in her first reigns for 9 months from February 27 to December 22, 2011), and the SCW World Mixed Tag Team Championship twice. In addition to being a successful tag team wrestler, Vargas has also won various singles titles in her career becoming a 14-time singles champion as she is a six-time world champion, having held the SCW World Bombshell Championship twice, the 3WL Unified World Championship (consisting of the 3WL World Championship and the LIWA World Championship (the second of only three Athenas to do so, the longest reigning Unified World Champion and the third longest 3WL World Champion in the history of the title), the Aesop World Queen of Aesop World Championship as the first and only champion, and the Women's Honor Championship; a one-time television champion, having won the 3WL Television Championship; a one time international champion, having won the PRIDE AFCW International Championship, and a one time internet champion, having held the SCW Bombshell Internet Championship. She has also held the DU Rockford State Championship and IWF Ruby Championship one time each and the SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship three times. Just seven of her seventeen reigns fell short of 100 days.

In mid-October 2009, she won the Divas Unleashed Rockford State Championship, her first and only title in the promotion, less than one year after her debut. She held the title just short of an entire year, from October 11, 2009 to October 10, 2010, becoming the longest reigning champion and at the time shared the record for longest singles reign and the second-longest combined championship reign of any kind in DU history. She set the record for singles reign length in September 2010 and held the record just over a year after it ended until it was surpassed in October 2011. Vargas continued her success for most of 2011 as one-half of the inaugural and only AFPW Tag Team Champions in February, one-half of the inaugural and longest reigning 3WL Sky High Tag Team Champions in April and one-half of the second-ever NCW Starlets Tag Team Champions in June, winning the vacant titles. She became the third double champion in 3WL history when she won the 3WL Sky High Tag Team Championship and Television Championship within two months of each other (the former title won in the 3WL Athena Tag League Tournament in April, the latter title won in July), holding both titles concurrently for four months from early July to mid-November, making Vargas the first wrestler ever to hold the 3WL Television and Sky High Tag Team Championship simultaneously, as well as making Vargas the first of only two wrestlers to hold both a singles and a tag team championship simultaneously; started the longest Television Championship reign in eight years, holding the title for seven months and the record for longest reign length also for seven months after her reign ended; the only woman to be undefeated in singles competition for up to a year (365 days) or more which lasted 13 months and included an overall 9-month undefeated streak; the only Athena to win both the Athena Tag League and Athena Cup Tournaments in the same year (as the fifth and final tag league tournament champion with Crystal Hilton and seventh and final tournament champion respectively); and a three-time Athena Awards winner as (with Crystal Hilton) Athena Tag Team, Moment (her 9-month unbeaten streak), and Breakout Athena of the Year awards. In 2013, she became just the fourth Triple Crown Champion in history and the second-fastest woman to accomplish the feat, in 385 days, just short of two years in the promotion, when she won the 3WL Unified World Championship (consisting of the 3WL and LIWA World Championships) and became the second champion ever in mid-May 2012. During her reign, she became the longest reigning unified champion and the third longest 3WL World Champion, holding the title for over ten months, totaling 308 days (Eva Rodriguez held the title for 16 months at 553 days while Tory Blaze held the title for 14 months at 440 days). She later became the fourth PRIDE AFCW International Champion ever in August while holding the title for a record 280 days, the then-longest International Championship reign in history and second-longest singles and overall combined reign of any kind in the promotion. She was inaugurated into the 3WL Hall of Fame in September 2013. In 2014, she held the IWF Ruby Championship and became the first champion, and second overall Diamonds singles champion, to surpass 100 days during a single reign. Her 119-day reign from March 17 to July 14, 2014 was previously the longest in the title's history, and she held the record for singles reign length for nearly ten months, passing the previous mark of 85 days on June 17.

In 2012, Vargas was named the No. 6 best female singles wrestler in the world, according to The Other Side (TOS) Year-End Awards (formerly known as the Other Side of E-Wrestling, OSeW) and No. 20 in the OSeW Mid-Year Awards in 2011. A nine-time OSeW/TOS Awards nominee (three times for Most Underrated of the Year-round and nominated twice each for Heel of the Year, Feud of the Year, and Most Improved of the Year), Vargas won the Most Underrated of the Year and Most Improved of the Year categories respectively in 2011. In 2017, Vargas was nominated for three Year-End Awards, being nominated for Most Hated of the Year and her entering at number four and winning the inaugural 2017 Mayhem Survival Battle Royal winning the Year-End Award for "Moment of the Year" and being voted as Female Wrestler of the Year.

Early life

Vargas has said that throughout her childhood, she never took being a wrestler seriously, and would usually provide being a wrestler as a flippant response to anyone who asked her what she wanted to be when she grew up, though later on she found out she had a knack for it. Still teasing with the idea, she moved to the United States and applied to one of the top training schools in the nation. It was only after several officials realized she had potential that Vargas began taking wrestling seriously. After fifteen months, she started out on the independent circuit wrestling for small-time promotions and continued to get her name recognized while also modeling and singing. After a few months, she felt it was now time to showcase her talents and to meet some worthy competition.

Wrestling career

Divas Unleashed (2009-2011)

Debut and early matches (2009)

Vargas debuted for the London-based all-female promotion Divas Unleashed on the January 9 episode of Friday Night Exile in Charlotte, North Carolina, its first show of the New Year. In what was originally scheduled as a four-way match, two of the opponents couldn't make the show, leaving Vargas to face one of the other fellow newcomer of the group in White Lightning, which she won, in a hard fought battle.

Two weeks later on the January 23 edition of Friday Night Exile in Washington, D.C., she faced off against yet another newcomer, Luna. In this battle, Vargas faced a stern test as her opponent had a slight size advantage standing just over six feet. Mostly playing possum in the early going of the match, Vargas marveled at the strength Luna possessed, finding herself being lifted off her feet with little effort. Although she held her own throughout the match, Luna proved to be too much for her and after failing to win a test of strength against her, Luna executed her Eclipse powerbomb finisher and pinned Vargas for her fist loss.

At the Control of the Knife pay-per-view in Miami, Florida, Vargas made her pay-per-view debut and opened the February 8th event against an injured Totally Radd, whose face was under bandages after being attacked by Linda Ragnal on the Exile on January 26 prior to the event. In what was to be her third match overall since joining the promotion, Vargas again came out on the losing end. After the match, however, she embarrassed Radd, ripping off her bandages and revealing her two bruised eyes.

Feuding with Luna (2009)

On February 20, Divas Unleashed began its first tour of Asia in five years as Friday Night Exile opened in Nagasaki, Japan. Vargas participated in an 8-Woman Tag Team Match, joining forces with Henshin Belleza and Lipstick Mafia (Autumn Leigh and Cassidy Marcello) against Luna, Trish Newborn and Teen Spirit (Kitty Cummings and Tori Marie). In what was a thrilling match from start to finish, Vargas' team won, despite both Leigh and Marcello abandoning her team following an incident when Vargas inadvertently kicked Marcello, thinking that she was a member of the opposing team. Unaware of this, Vargas was staring into the face of Luna who was about to set her up for the Eclipse but she managed to reverse the move with the debut of her "From Buenos Aires with Love" finisher, and subsequently pinned Luna to avenge the loss to her a month ago.

Vargas continued to feud with Luna throughout the rest of the Asia tour, competing against her in tag matches, which also resulted in losses. In Singapore on March 6, Makaze cost Vargas and Henshin Belleza a tag team victory against Luna and then-Rockford State Champion Katie Kooper, when Makaze ran into the ring and started attacking Kooper causing Vargas and Henshin to lose via disqualification. Henshin had already left following the match and Luna came to Kooper's aid, grabbing Makaze by the back of her neck and lifting her up into the air, only to receive the Coup de grâce from Vargas to the back of Luna's head taking her down to the mat. Katie's brother, Travis Kooper, tried his best to stop Makaze from starting on Katie again, but Makaze took him out as well, grabbing his genitals and squeezing them hard enough to send him to the mat writhing in pain. Vargas continued to give repeated kicks to Luna's head, and then stared back at Makaze for ruining her chances of getting another victory over her hated rival before leaving the ring.

The following week in Hong Kong, Vargas was involved in her third consecutive tag team match, this time in a six-person match which saw her team up once more with Henshin Belleza and Makaze as they took on Luna, Travis Kooper and Veronica Valiant, who has recently become Vargas' rival as of late. As exciting as this match was, Vargas and her team came out on the losing end, with the turning point of the match coming when Katie Kooper tried to interfere when she witnessed Makaze executing Kooper's "KatScratchFever" on Travis Kooper. Makaze's manager, Kenji Kozakura, rushed over to Katie Kooper, while Valiant's manager, Jun Takada, slipped into the ring and used a chloroform-soaked rag on Belleza. Takada put Valiant on top of Belleza before sliding out of the ring just at the same time as Kenji pulled Katie Kooper off the apron, but he's nailed with the kendo stick Kooper carried to the side of the head. Makaze shoved the ref down and attempted a suicide dive, but Kooper simply moved out of the way as Makaze's face bounced off the barricade. It was only after Takada alerted the ref over to Belleza and Valiant that the match reached its final outcome. This match resulted in Vargas' second consecutive loss in the three tag matches she's had with Luna on opposing sides. Including Luna's defeat of her in singles action, she led the overall series against her 3-1.

On the April 25 episode of Friday Night Exile, Divas Unleashed's next to last show of its Asia Tour was in the Philippines, as Manila got the honor of a free show which saw Meggie Skyfyre compete in a "Thrilla in Manilla" match involving Meggie going up against the entire Divas Unleashed roster in a royal rumble elimination match, courtesy of Crystal Deymonaz and her latest "hazing" scheme of DU's Unleashed Champion. Prior to the event, Vargas attacked Luna in the parking lot area in retaliation for Luna mocking her, and used a steel pipe repeatedly to injure Luna's knees and possibly take her out of the royal rumble match. During the Thrilla in Manila match, Vargas, as the fifth entrant, outlasted the first 13 competitors and eliminated Colleen Roades with a dropkick that sent her crashing to the arena floor. Following the thirteenth entrant Kylie Logan joining the match, Luna's entrance theme blared across the arena, distracting Vargas. Having to contend with Icenique Perez who tried several times to eliminate her, Luna made her way down the ramp and into the match. Luna soon caught Vargas by the throat before she lifted her above her head with her Fly By Night military press in an attempt to eliminate Vargas from the match despite the pain from the backstage attack, but Laura Seton dropkicked Luna from behind, sending her over the ropes while Vargas fell inside the ring, avoiding yet another close call. Vargas would go on to eliminate one other opponent, taking out Makaze who was blinded by Katie Kooper earlier in the match, ripping her hands off the apron. She was one of the final six competitors remaining, only to finally be eliminated by Perez, who eventually won the match.

The Asian tour concluded in Tokyo, Japan for Divas Unleashed's second pay-per-view, Terror in Tokyo. Vargas squared off against Luna as one of the preliminary matches on the card and the Grudge Match between the two bitter rivals were anything but. The turning point of the match came when Luna was about to perform a moonsault, but Vargas got up quickly to hit the "Coup de Grâce" across the back of the head, sending Luna to fall across Vargas' shoulders as she performed the "Black Rose Overdrive" to win the match. After the match, Vargas revealed secretive information about Luna and revealing to the audience that her opponent actually was a man. The stunned crowd and even the ring announcer were in silence as her sobs were the only sound throughout the arena. Vargas left the arena staring back at the crowd and a smile on her face. Much later in the evening she was presented with the Diva of the Month for June by the event's musical guest, Korean pop star, Rain.

Alliance with Veronica Valiant, Rockford State Champion and end of feud with Luna (2009)

Now back in the United States, Divas Unleashed made a few changes, in which the first of these was moving Exile to Sunday nights, and was to be renamed as Sunday Night Exile. Also during this time, Tara Lee would be placed in charge of DU while Tequila and Shane Rockford were on vacation. Divas Unleashed started a four-month West Coast Tour that began on the July 5 episode of Sunday Night Exile from Seattle, Washington, where Vargas pinned Darla Daniels in a fatal four-way number one contenders match for the Rockford State Championship that also included Didgitz and Totally Radd.

The following Sunday in Portland, Oregon, Vargas participated as one of the sixteen challengers in the Tara Lee Invitational, a tournament arranged by Tara Lee for the vacant Unleashed Championship, and also began a feud with Katie Kooper over the Rockford State Championship. In Kooper's quarter finals match in the tournament, a four-way match that also involved Aphrodite, Didgitz and Henshin Belleza, Vargas interfered and attacked Kooper with a lead pipe, ultimately costing her the match and re aggravating the injuries Kooper received in her match against Makaze at Terror In Tokyo. Vargas, however, was unsuccessful in her own first round four-way match match later in the evening, facing Carley Monroe, KibbyD and Veronica Valiant, who pinned KibbyD to win the match. The following show in Sacramento, California, Vargas was scheduled to team with Makaze in a tag team match against Felicity and Totally Radd, but Makaze failed to show, forcing Vargas to face both members of Team Tara by herself. Despite the odds, she surprised Felicity with an inside cradle to win the match. In the last show before Divacide, Vargas competed in her first main event match of her career in Los Angeles, teaming with Askai Champion Veronica Valiant to defeat Felicity and Totally Radd for the second time in less than a month. Just before their match, Vargas and Valiant decided to form an alliance, setting their differences aside for personal glory.

At Divacide, Vargas faced Katie Kooper in a "San Francisco Treasure Hunt" match for the Rockford State Championship in a last minute decision by Tara Lee. The match had Vargas and Kooper all over city in search for clues as to where the title could be. Their final confrontation took place at the California Academy of the Sciences. Inside the museum, Kooper and Vargas amassed a host of damages within the facility, including ruining a fire ant exhibit (the ants covered Vargas face causing her face to become swollen), disrupting a presentation taking place at the Morrison Planetarium and destroying a bed of exotic flowers atop the rain forest canopy within the Kimball Natural History Museum, in addition to disturbing an iguana habitat and aquatic wildlife. The finale of the match saw Vargas and Kooper battled on top of the rain forest exhibition where they both fell into the Steinhart Aquarium in two incidents. The first episode happened when Kooper, within reach of the Rockford Championship, was hit by Vargas' shoe, causing Kooper to topple over and fall the four feet into the pool. The two would meet in one last struggle before Vargas grabbed the title from the tree limb to win the match. Frustrated after the loss, Kooper punched her in the face, causing Vargas to lose her balance and also fall into the aquarium. Vargas found herself being helped out of the pool by none other than Luna, leaving the new champion stunned.

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Vargas posing at the Femmys in Las Vegas in November 2009.

Two weeks ahead of the next Sunday Night Exile in Las Vegas on November 1, the sixth annual Feminity Wrestling Awards (nicknamed The Femmys) took place at the First Lady Hotel where Vargas received the "Femmy Award" for Best Newcomer of the Year. On the November 15 edition of Sunday Night Exile, Luna and Vargas, by orders of Tara Lee, would have one final match. Just as their first encounter back in February, the two engaged in another tough, physical match. Vargas, however, would claim the deciding victory, this time by making Luna submit to her Divine Mercy signature move, thus ending their nine-month-long feud.
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Vargas backstage at the Femmy's after winning the Best Newcomer of the Year award later that night

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

On the weekend leading up to Divas Unleashed's Forsaken Destiny V pay-per-view, Sunday Night Exile had its final two shows in Texas. On Friday, December 11, Vargas involved herself in the main event match between Veronica Valiant and Madison Seton, distracting Seton and allowing Valiant to pick up the win. After the match, Vargas and Valiant attacked Seton until Katie Kooper came out for the save. Vargas sent Kooper crashing through a spotlight with a powerbomb from off the elevated catwalk, thus resulting in Kooper being seriously injured and jeopardizing her chances in their rematch at Forsaken Destiny V.

Two nights later on the December 13 episode of Sunday Night Exile in Dallas, Vargas defeated Crystal Hilton in a non-title match. As a result of her and Veronica Valiant's actions in Houston, an impromptu tag team match was scheduled later for the main event as Vargas and Valiant took on Madison Seton and a mystery partner, which was revealed to be Madison's sister, Laura. During the course of the match, Vargas was inadvertently punted in the skull by Valiant, which allowed Seton to hit her "Perfection" jackknife powerbomb on Valiant. With the referee having lost control of the match, it was declared a no contest.

In the opening contest at Forsaken Destiny V, in a No Disqualification match involving broomsticks and trash cans, Vargas defended her championship against Katie Kooper. In this long-awaited re-match, the sold-out crowd at London's O2 Arena witnessed what was a physical battle from the opening bell, with both women unleashing unbridled aggression and wanting to hurt one another as humanly as possible. Vargas lit a cigarette that she had concealed behind her ear, used the lighted end of the cigarette and stubbed it out in Kooper's face, whilst she was trapped inside a trash can. Vargas sat on top of the trash can, crushing Kooper under her weight before going for a nonchalant cover and yelled at the referee to count the pin, but an enraged Travis Kooper came to her sister's aid, entering the match to break up the pin with a clothesline to Vargas to break it up. Helping Kooper up from her temporary prison, Vargas nailed Travis with a broom from behind, sending him to the canvas. She would attempt the same to Kati, but she countered it, planting Vargas' face on the broom handle followed by pin attempt, but only for a two count. Vargas would be at the receiving end of Kooper's fists before Kooper used the broom handle to choke Vargas. Kooper whipped her against the rope and nailed Vargas in the face with the front end of the broom, knocking her down again. It seemed as if all was lost for Vargas in hope of retaining her title, but a fatal mistake by Kooper was all that she needed, as she won the match with a roll-up and putting both feet on the ropes for leverage. Later that night, Vargas intervened in the main event, which saw Laura Seton once again challenged Veronica Valiant for her Unleashed Championship. Seton performed a second Perfection jackknife powerbomb on Valiant into the turnbuckle, thus leaving her unconscious for the time being. Vargas ran from backstage and attempted to strike Seton with the Rockford State title, but she tossed Vargas outside of the ring with a hairmare, as she collided with Veronica's manager, Jun Takada. Earlier in the match, Seton exposed and then chokeslammed the referee. Another referee sprinted to the ring from backstage and quickly had Vargas and Jun Takada escorted from the arena by security. Nonetheless, Valiant went on to defeat Seton for the third time to retain the Unleashed Championship.

What Lies Ahead (2010–2011)

After the Forsaken Destiny V pay-per-view, Divas Unleashed went on a six-month sabbatical, in which during that time Vargas was still recognized as Rockford State Champion and she used the time off wrestling in Mexico in hopes of improving her skills. In the New Year and entering the third month of her reign, she became the sixth Rockford State Champion to carry a title reign from one year into the next (after Valeria, Jade, Katia, Moira Storm and Makaze), the eighth champion to surpass 100 days during a single reign (after Valeria, Mystika, Katia, Crystal Hilton, Moira Storm, Makaze and Katie Kooper) on January 20 and then became the fifth champion (after Mystika, Moira Storm, Makaze and Katie Kooper) to surpass 200 days on April 30. A month later on the May 30 edition of Sunday Night Exile (aired on June 11) from Honolulu, Hawaii, Vargas teamed with Veronica Valiant to defeat Laura and Madison Seton in a main event re-match. On August 8, she became just the third Rockford State Champion to surpass 300 days during a single reign. On September 20, Vargas became the single longest Rockford State Champion in history when she surpassed Moira Storm's only reign of 343 days. On the special 125th episode of Sunday Night Exile on October 10 from Anaheim, Vargas lost the Rockford State Championship in her third defense to Madison Seton, ending her 7-match winning streak including a five-match winning streak on Exile and a three-match winning streak in singles competition. Vargas would hold the title for 364 days, giving her the longest singles reign of any kind in Divas Unleashed history, which stood as the record for a little over a year until Seton surpassed her reign on October 10, 2011. On the Exile Halloween Special on Halloween night, Vargas defeated Teen Spirit (Askai Champion Kitty Cummings and Tori Marie) in a two-on-one handicap match.

On the January 23, 2011 episode of Sunday Night Exile, Vargas invoked her re-match clause and challenged Madison Seton for the Rockford State Championship, with Laura Seton acting as the special guest referee. Vargas dominated most of the match from the opening bell. During the match, Vargas had Madison pinned in the turnbuckle with a foot choke, refusing to break the hold. As a result, the match ended and Vargas was disqualified. A medic was ushered in and gave word that Madison was okay and could continue the match, but Laura refused to reverse the decision or continue the match. Also that night, Veronica Valiant lost the Unleashed Championship in a singles match against challenger Tory Blaze of 3WL fame, ending her year and a half long reign and the longest Unleashed Championship reign in history at 469 days.

Following another months-long hiatus, Exile returned to television on June 5, where the main event was a battle royal for the now vacant Unleashed Championship. Prior to the event, however, the majority of the roster were unable to make it to the match due to being locked inside their dressing room, and Tory Blaze failed to show to defend her title, therefore declaring the Unleashed Championship vacant. Nonetheless, the match continued with only eight participants, including Vargas, Valiant, Crystal Hilton, Katie Kooper, Reba, Tori Marie, Askai Champion Kitty Cummings, and the return of Caitlin Fairchild, who Yuku Shiro now called "Darkchild" and personally choose to replace her in the match, and thus making Fairchild's return to the company for the first time in seven years. Cummings and Marie started the match, with Vargas, Hilton and Reba joining in later. Darkchild immediately eliminated Cummings as she hit the ring, meanwhile Valiant and Vargas together eliminated Hilton. Darkchild got her second elimination of the night when she eliminated Marie, lifting the other member of Teen Spirit in a military press and throwing her on top of Hilton ib the outside of the ring. Kooper was the last participant in the match and immediately made an impact by attacking Darkchild after a spear, leading the other participants to attack Darkchyld all at once. It took four of the participants to eliminate the nearly seven-foot Darkchild, as Veronica, Vargas, Reba and Kooper took out the biggest threat in the match after Kooper hit Darkchyld with a dropkick. Vargas was one of the final four remaining in the match as she and Reba and Kooper and Veronica had their own private little war. As Kooper was going for a top rope move on Valiant, Reba pushed Kooper and Kooper landed ungracefully on the outside, eliminating her from the match, but by the time Reba turned around, a waiting Vargas and Valiant clotheslined her to the outside, leaving the tag team partners to face each other. The match ended with a bit of trickery as Vargas intentionally eliminated herself from the rumble and Valiant being declared the winner and once again becoming the Unleashed Champion. Valiant and Vargas left the arena smiling, much to the utter protest and disgust of the fans to close out the show. On the June 26 edition of Sunday Night Exile, Shane Rockford forced Valiant and Vargas to face each other in a non-title match as punishment for the outcome of the battle royal. Vargas lost the match. This would be the final Exile broadcast and DU show for the company as following a third months-long hiatus, the company declared all their titles vacant on December 4. As a result, this left Veronica Valiant as the final DU Unleashed Champion, ending her second reign at 182 days and combined reign at 651 days; Makaze as the final Stripped Champion, ending her reign at 784 days; Courtney Monroe and Lisa Richarrdson, collectively known as Blonde Ambition 2.0, as the final DU Tag Team Champion, ending their reign also at 784 days; Kitty Cummings as the final Askai Champion, ending her reign at 707 days; and Madison Seton as the final Rockford State Champion, ending her reign at 420 days. A 16-woman tournament for the vacant Unleashed Championship was planned two weeks later for the December 18th Exile, but never happened (Vargas would have faced Lisa Richardson in her first round match. The competitors eliminated from the semifinals would have competed for the Stripped Championship while the quarterfinalists would compete for the rebranded Rockford State Championship).

End of an Era (2012)

With Divas Unleashed suffering from a string of financial losses and production setbacks, believed to be combined with a dip in viewing figures and the defection of some talent to other companies, notably 3WL, and with Tequila Rockford, along with husband Shane, on maternity leave, the company was folded and disbanded after new ownership was not found as was planned by January 2012.

World Women's Wrestling League (2010–2012; 2013)

Vargas made her debut on July 30 for World Women's Wrestling League (3WL), the sister promotion and sometimes rival of Divas Unleashed and whose origins date back one year prior to DU opening in 2002, where, in just over the next two and a half years, she became a one-time Unified World Champion (represented by the 3WL World Championship and Ladies International Wrestling Alliance (LIWA) World Championship), one-time Television Champion and a one-time Sky High Tag Team Champion with Crystal Hilton, while also winning the 2011 Athena Cup and Athena Tag League and the 2011 Athena Award for Breakout Athena of the Year, Tag Team of the Year with Crystal Hilton and Moment of the Year for her 9-month undefeated streak.

Sometime during the first week of July 2010, 3WL made an announcement that would shake the very foundation of the company, declaring all 3WL championship titles vacant and staging an open invitational in the 6th annual Athena Cup Tournament to determine who would challenge for its World Title in two single-elimination tournaments. Vargas was one of the 18 competitors who signed up, alongside fellow DU Divas Veronica Valiant and KibbyD and easily made enemies of several Athenas in a very heated debate just days prior to the event.
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Vargas seen leaving 3WL Headquarters in July 2010 after signing her Athena Cup Tournament agreement.

On the July 30 edition of 3WL's Clash broadcast in Paris, France, the third stop on its four-month, seven-city European Revenge Tour and one of twelve cities as part of its 2010 Global Tour schedule, Vargas, the 17th entrant, defeated newcomer Charlie Gage (the 18th entry) and Bella Luna (10th entry), making her return to the 3WL after an lengthy absence, in the opening round in her 3WL debut match. The match was anything but an easy task as Vargas was a victim of both challengers unbridled fury early on, but she would slowly regain the advantage. She clotheslined Gage and then tossed her out of the ring before she turned her attention to a rising Bella Luna and nailed her with a viscous discus clothesline. As she tortured the returning Athena by pulling her hair and then using her boot to smash her face into the canvas with a curb stomp, Gage climbed the top turnbuckle and connected with a missile dropkick to Vargas while she taunted the crowd. As the referee checked on Vargas' condition, Bella Luna threw Gage across the ring with an release German suplex before she set up for her finisher, but Gage countered it with a jawbreaker and then executed her "12 Gage" finishing move on Bella Luna for a pin attempt; however, Vargas arrived at the last second to break up the pin, tossed Gage out of the ring a second time, and then, lifting Bella Luna to her feet, performed her "Black Rose Overdrive" finisher to win the match by pinfall and advance to the next round.

The continuation and conclusion of the tournament would be determined on the August 13 edition of Clash in Berlin, Germany where Vargas faced another tough challenger in the undefeated Valerie Belmont (the 3rd entrant in the tournament) in the quarterfinals. In what was a physical battle of wills, Vargas suffered what appeared to be a knee injury during the course of the match but was still able to achieve victory to move on to the semi-final where she faced off against her own partner in Veronica Valiant (13th entrant), who won earlier in the night against Gulianna Pellegrino (the 12th entrant). In the semi-final round that pitted the two remaining DU Divas, Vargas went into a blind rage against the Unleashed Champion, upset that Valiant did not accompany her for the match against Valerie Belmont nor did she come to her aid at the height of the injury. In what was a back and forth battle, Valiant would take advantage of Vargas' injury as a result of the previous match and was able to pin her following the Falling Stock to advance to the tournament finals, where she would go on to defeat the 8th entrant Dame Barbara Windsor to win the first single elimination bracket and become the first challenger for the 3WL World Championship.

Two weeks later on the August 27 edition of Clash in Prague, Czech Republic, Vargas interrupted Valiant in the midst of her addressing the Prague crowd in a victory speech. Taking the Unleashed Champion's apology for what happened two weeks ago in understanding, Vargas then confronted Valiant for her thoughtlessness for not even paying a visit while she was in hospital and for the "Get Well Soon" card that although had Valiant's name on it, Vargas guessed that it was actually bought, written and sent by her manager instead, Jun Takada, by which the exchange of expressions between him and Valiant confirmed it. Vargas used the Judy Garland quote that she remembered reading about always being a first-rate version of yourself and never a second rate version of someone else and said that Valiant's first rate version of herself was being a liar, fraud and a conniving bitch as the reasons why she didn't show up to help Vargas during her first round match, and because she did not, even if she wanted to help, Valiant would have shown the second rate version of herself as someone who appeared concerned. Vargas vowed that she would meet Valiant in the finals of the Athena Cup in proving not only that DU is the superior wrestling promotion, but also to determine who's the best representative of the company, in reference to Valiant's words after defeating Vargas in the semifinals of Tournament A.

Later in the evening, Vargas showed up for her first round triple threat match against three-time World Champion Eva Rodriguez and Jessica Richardson, in which before the match, Vargas announced that she had in fact torn her ACL and wasn't cleared to wrestle by doctors, but told them she would compete in the tournament regardless. All three competitors made it an exciting contest, and after some back and forth action between Vargas and Rodriguez, the former 3WL Champion threw Vargas towards the ropes, whereby Richardson pulled on the top rope causing Vargas to fall over the ropes and crash to the arena floor. Beaulah suddenly appeared from the crowd and distracted the referee, which allowed Tory Blaze to sneak up on Rodriguez as she was blinded by perfume which Tory sprayed into her eyes. Richardson took advantage of the distraction and hit her Maxed Out finisher to Rodriguez to win the match and advance to the semifinal round.

On the final Clash before the From Oblivion with Love pay-per-view, the final matches of Tournament B took place from London. During the semi-final round match between Crystal Hilton and 3WL Television Champion Jennifer Yu, who was also defending her title, Jun Takada tried to interfere in the match upon the orders of Valiant, who, alongside Vargas, watched the match from the entrance ramp. Candace Okimura, who defeated Jessica Richardson in the first semi-final match at the start of the show, had other plans, however, as she barreled past Veronica and Vargas, shoved Jun Takada to the floor on her way to the ring, and tried to interfere in the match. Despite this, Hilton was able to overcome the distraction and advance to the finals with a pinfall victory over Yu after a Lights Out roundhouse kick and win her first singles championship.

In the match prior to the main event, Vargas teamed with Veronica Valiant and KibbyD in an Interpromotional Six-Woman Elimination Tag Team match against 3WL's own Dame Barbara Windsor, Eva Rodriguez and Wendy House. Vargas and Windsor would be the only surviving member of their respective teams, but it was Windsor who prevailed, taking advantage of Vargas being distracted to pull off her My Fair Lady finishing maneuver and pinned the DU Rockford State Champion to win the contest. Vargas and Valiant returned for the main event as guest commentators as Crystal Hilton defeated Candace Okimura to win the finals of Tournament B and as a result Hilton and Valiant faced one another for the title. Hilton would go on to defeat Valiant at the pay-per-view on October 10 in a 2-out-of-3 Falls match, winning two falls to one.

Television Championship pursuit, historic reign and unbeaten streak (2010-2011)

On October 10 at From Oblivion with Love, Vargas competed in a triple threat "Zombie Lumberjack Match" with Kassandra and Jennifer Yu for the vacant 3WL Television Championship (Crystal Hilton was stripped of the title to focus on her World Title match against Veronica Valiant), but was unsuccessful as she was pinned by Yu, and would lose to her again in a re-match for the title on the next Clash broadcast the following week in Brisbane, Australia. After the match, Vargas removed her knee brace and attacked Yu, revealing that the knee injury suffered during the Athena Cup was only a ruse. Vargas then attacked Yu with a "Black Rose Overdrive" before Kassandra seemingly came out for the save, only to execute her "Derby Bomb" finisher to Yu as well. After Crystal Hilton and Zelda Knite were victorious in the main event tag match versus Dame Barbara Windsor and Candace Okimura, Okimura shoved Windsor, which soon led to a brawl between the two while the victors looked on from the entrance ramp. Vargas and Valiant (who appeared earlier in the show) attacked both Hilton and Knite on the entrance ramp as Clash went off the air.

On the Pre-Anniversary episode of Clash on November 12, Vargas was on the winning side of an eight-woman tag team match. At the 8th Anniversary Show pay-per-view on November 28, Vargas challenged for the Television Championship against Kassandra, who defeated Jennifer Yu for the title on the Clash prior to the event. In what was a competitive contest, Vargas performed her finisher on Kassandra twice, but Kassandra kicked out both times. On the third try, Kassandra countered and subsequently pinned Vargas after a "Sliding Lariat" to retain the Television Championship.

On the January 21, 2011 edition of Clash, after Kassandra lost the Television Championship to Angel Kash, Vargas defeated the debuting Stephanie Sullivan to once again become the number one contender for the title. Meanwhile, a storyline developed between Crystal Hilton and Veronica Valiant, where Hilton made known that she was Valiant's idol and biggest fan. Also that evening, Chastity Pride announced the return of the fifth annual Athena Tag League Tournament. The eight teams involved would compete for the newly created Sky High Tag Team Championship. Vargas was approached by Hilton and accepted her offer of being tag partners for the tournament, agreeing to become the newest incarnation of Ebony & Spice, a tag team that Hilton had been a part of with Veronica Hernandez during the early part of her 3WL career.

The first two matches in the opening round of the tournament took place on the February 18 episode of Clash with the Sisters of Soul (Aquamarine Hinds and Jade O'Malley) defeating Eastern Thunder (the Soone twins, Fukumi and Fukuyu), and the Post Schizophrenic Connection (Wendy House and Emma McIntyre) winning against La Famiglia (the Bartuzzinni Sisters, Santina and Giovanna). Vargas was originally scheduled to face Angel Kash for the Television Championship that night, but the match was put on hold due to time constraints and was delayed even further when the March 18 episode from Cairo, Egypt was cancelled due to the protests in that country. While competing in the Athena Tag League Tournament, Vargas would still be recognized as the number one contender to the Television Championship.

In a backstage segment later that night, Vargas confronted Valiant about the events from last week, but Crystal Hilton walked in leading to Vargas storming off. On the April 1 episode of Clash, Vargas walked in on Hilton and Valiant once more. Annoyed with Hilton's presence around Valiant, Vargas and Hilton entered into an argument before Valiant put an end to it. Prior to their first-round match in the Athena Tag League Tournament, Vargas made known in an interview segment that she was fed up with being ignored in 3WL, her intentions of making an example of her opponents, and the disparaging remarks Hilton made against her in the days leading up to Clash. Following the interview, Hilton revealed to Vargas that she was the President of a fan club dedicated to Valiant, and that Vargas would be the Vice President, in addition that Hilton was named as the special guest referee for the World Championship match at the Fatal Fury 6 pay-per-view on April 24. Ebony & Spice 2.0 defeated the Trillion Dollar Bitches (Chantal Deville and Lexi Williams) to move on to quarterfinals of the tournament. Brittany Belichick and a mystery partner, who was revealed to be then-3WL Sky High Champion Madison Dyson, defeated The Good Girls (Honey Rydell and Cyclone) to also advance to the next round, setting up a match between the two teams at the Fatal Fury 6 pay-per-view, where the continuation and conclusion of the tournament took place. Also that night, Kassandra finally got her long awaited re-match against Angel Kash for the Television Championship in a No Disqualification match, in which the Trillion Dollar Bitches interfered on behalf of Kash. Hannah Kristian raced down to the ring and began attacking Kash after a spear. Stephanie Sullivan entered the match armed with a steel chair saving Kristian from a beatdown from Deville and Williams as they escaped. As Sullivan and Kristian protected Kassandra, Sullivan then attacked Kristian with a chair shot in retaliation of Kristian attacking her in a backstage altercation prior to the match. With the match thrown out, Chastity Pride announced that Kash would defend her Television Championship yet again, this time in a fatal four-way match against Kassandra, Sullivan and Kristian at Fatal Fury 6. At Fatal Fury 6 on Apil 24, following Stephanie Sullivan's win to capture the 3WL Television Championship, Vargas appeared at the entrance ramp, applauding Sullivan's efforts and the two engaged in a brief stare down ahead of their future championship match. Later that night at the pay-per-view, Vargas and Crystal Hilton competed against Madison Dyson and Brittany Belichick in the quarterfinal match in the Athena Tag League Tournament and the Sisters of Soul challenged Post Schizophrenic Connection. Ebony & Spice won their match after Vargas hit her finisher on Dyson and pinned her. Meanwhile, Post Schizophrenic Connection versus Sisters of Soul saw the latter team victorious. The finals of the tournament was set, with Ebony & Spice 2.0 versus Sisters of Soul. Ebony & Spice 2.0 won the match, the tournament to become the fifth and final tag tournament champions and were crowned the inaugural 3WL Sky High Tag Team Champions. As Vargas was handed the titles, she handed Crystal one of the belts, but she managed to take Vargas' own also. The two began arguing before Vargas knocked out Hilton with one of the belts, leaving the ring. They would eventually reconcile and remain a team resolving their issues before the end of the show.

On the next Clash on July 8, a championship ceremony took place. When it came time for Vargas and Hilton to receive their Sky High Tag Team Championships, Veronica Valiant (who lost the 3WL World Championship to Jennifer Yu in the main event due to Hilton, acting special guest referee, costing Valiant the title) confronted Hilton and chastised Vargas for not accompanying her for the title match. When her plans of causing dissension between the two failed, Valiant slapped Hilton in the face. Later in the evening, Vargas defeated Stephanie Sullivan to win the 3WL Television Championship in a rematch of her debut. As she was still one-half of the Sky High Tag Team Champions, the win made Vargas the third Athena in 3WL history to become double champion and the first since Star and Veronica Valiant both held the DU and 3WL World Championships concurrently in 2005 and 2011 respectively, as well as the first wrestler to hold both a singles and tag team championship simultaneously. Including the AFPW and NCW Starlets Tag Team Championships, which she won in February and June respectively, Vargas now held four championships - in her first reign with all four titles - simultaneously.

In a backstage segment on the August 5 edition of Clash, Vargas confronted Veronica Valiant, teasing a split. Vargas, however, went on a tirade about the outcome of the co-main event at Fatal Fury 6, blaming Tory Blaze and Crystal Hilton for Valiant's loss of the 3WL World Championship to Jennifer Yu, and pulling for Valiant that she should get a rematch. Vargas microphone was cut off and Crystal Hilton alongside Zelda Knite would enter a confrontation with Vargas, staking a claim for a rematch as well, since she never got one since losing to Valiant at the November 8th Anniversary Show. In her first title defense later that night, Vargas successfully retained the Television Championship against Kobu, who was in her first championship match after winning a number one contender eight-woman tag team elimination match to earn the opportunity on the show prior.

On the September 2 edition of Clash, Vargas wrestled in two matches that night; she successfully defended the 3WL Television Championship in her second defense in a month against Kassandra in the latter's hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, to remain unbeaten at 7-0 while in the main event, she was one of thirty women competing to become the first-ever Unified World Champion which also involved then-champion Tory Blaze in what would be the founder of the company final appearance, but was unsuccessful. This was also the final matches for Kassandra and Veronica Valiant as well, following an agreed stipulation between Valiant and Hilton that whoever eliminated the other in the battle royal would be forced to leave the promotion. Hilton eliminated Valiant, ending her 3WL career in the process. In the Athena Wars battle royal main event, Zelda Knite lastly eliminated Madison Dyson to unify the 3WL and LIWA World titles, entering her only reign as the new Unified World Champion.

Clash returned to the US with its first show in Providence, Rhode Island on the November 11, 2011 edition. In their first title defense of the Sky High Tag Team Championship since winning at Fatal Fury 6, Vargas and Crystal Hilton faced the Asian Supremacy Stoppers (Madison Dyson and Miss Murderface). Near the end of the match, Vargas held Dyson for a double team move as Hilton bounced off the ropes, but she inadvertently hit Vargas with a forearm smash, which Dyson avoided, taking advantage of the situation to hit her finisher on Hilton to win the match and the titles. In an exclusive interview on the Online Insider, a furious Vargas vowed revenge on Hilton for not only costing them the tag titles but also causing her first loss in 3WL in nine months.

On the final Clash broadcast of 2011 and the final show before the 9th Anniversary Show pay-per-view, Vargas earned herself an opportunity for a Unified World Championship match anytime within the next year by winning the 2011 Athena Cup Tournament, making her the first and only woman in 3WL history to win both the Athena Tag League and Athena Cup Tournaments in the same calendar year. On a night where the fans decided the stipulations during the six-woman one night mini-tournament, Vargas first defeated Alysson Gardner in the semifinals by submission in a triple threat "Christmas Street Fight" which also involved Gwen Black and then Madison Dyson (who herself won a triple threat No Disqualification match against Stephanie Sanderson and Angel Kash) for the second time in the finals in a tables match to win the tournament.

End of unbeaten streak and 3WL Unified World Champion (2012-2013)

On January 21, Vargas set the record for single longest Television Championship reign when she surpassed Marie Dupree's second reign of 196 days, a record that previously stood for eight years. The following night in the opening match at the 9th Anniversary Show pay-per-view, Trish Newborn became the number one contender to the Television Championship by defeating Kobu, Angel Kash and Alysson Gardner, who Newborn pinned, in a fatal four-way elimination match. Later in the evening during the Weapons on a Poll match for the Television Championship between champion Vargas and Allison Detorre, accompanied by Madison Dyson at ringside, the finish came when, after Vargas hitting Detorre with a desperation DDT, Newborn entered the ring with the crowd believing she would attack Vargas, but instead hit Detorre with her finisher, and dragged Vargas onto her for the pinfall to retain the Television Championship. After the match, Vargas had to be helped to the locker room area by EMTs after the physical encounter with Detorre after she suffered blood loss due to being hit with a toolbox by Detorre during the match. On the February 24 episode of Clash, Vargas defended her Television Championship in her fourth defense against Trish Newborn. Thanks to the injuries suffered at the 9th Anniversary Show, Newborn ending both her 13-month singles unbeaten streak (including a five-match winning streak on Clash) and seven-month reign as champion, which lasted a total of 231 days, which at the time was the longest reign in the title's history. (Vargas would hold the record for longest reign for 7 months until it was broken by Newborn on October 13, 2012; Newborn's reign lasted at 557 days when she was stripped of the title). On the March 23 edition of Clash, it was announced that Vargas would face Zelda Knite for the Unified World Championship at the All or Nothing pay-per-view. On that night's edition of Clash, she was victorious in a tag match with Trish Newborn against Knite and Madison Dyson, when Newborn made Knite submit. Immediately following the match, 3WL Commissioner Chastity Pride announced that as a favor to Knite in giving Crystal a return match against her at the 9th Anniversary Show for the 3WL Sky High Championship (which Hilton won), Pride would add a steel cage stipulation to the impending title match between Knite and Vargas at the pay-per-view.

Over two months after losing the Television Championship, Vargas defeated Knite by pinfall in a Steel Cage match to win the 3WL Unified World Championship at All or Nothing on May 13, giving Vargas her first world championship and ending Knite's eight-month reign at 254 days. The win made Vargas the fourth and final 3WL Triple Crown Champion in history (after Mystika, Marie Dupree and Crystal Hilton) and just the second-fastest to accomplish the feat, in 385 days (Mystika was the first, needing only 357 days), less than two years in the promotion. All or Nothing would be the final produced show for World Women's Wrestling League as following a two-month hiatus the company would close on August 9, 2012. Vargas' reign lasted 89 days overall as all titles were vacated the following day.

Return and final 3WL show (2013)

On February 22, 2013, on 3WL's Online Insider, 3WL announced several internal changes within the company as Angela Pontes stepped down from her chairperson position after ten years. She was replaced by former 3WL announcer and championship committee member, Roy Collins. Collins announced on 3WL.com that the company was returning from a four month hiatus and that the last recognized champions would continue their reigns. Vargas was the first to announce her return, continuing her reign from All or Nothing on May 13, 2012. During the break, she surpassed Zelda Knite's reign of 254 days on January 23, 2013 and became the first Unified World Champion and only the third 3WL World Champion to surpass 300 days during a single reign on March 10. Blackout Fight Club (Gwen Black and Charlotte Ross), the World Tag Team Champions, continued their reign from the 9th Anniversary Show on January 22, 2012. During 3WL's hiatus, they surpassed the Hellkatz (Kittie and Nyako) reign of 343 days on December 31, 2012 to set the record for the longest World Tag Team Championship reign. They eclipsed the 400-day mark on February 25, 2013. Gwen Black, as Sky High Champion, became only the second woman in 3WL history (after Vargas) to hold a tag team and singles title at the same time when she defeated previous champion Crystal Hilton at All or Nothing.

Furthermore, 3WL announced that on March 17 will be its Wild Stampede pay-per-view. The night before the event, Gwen Black set the new record for singles longest reigning Sky High Champion, surpassing Zelda Knite, who in turn surpassed first-ever champion Ashley Riot's reign of 259 days on January 9, 2012, with her reign lasting 306 days. Trish Newborn surpassed Vargas' reign of 231 days as Television Champion on October 13, and held the title for over a year to become the longest reigning champion. Vargas and Newborn main-evented Wild Stampede in a Winner Takes All match for the 3WL Television and Unified World Championships, where Vargas lost the 3WL Unified World Championship in her first defense after Newborn forced her to submit. Newborn won her first 3WL World Championship in ten years in the company while retaining the Television Championship in the process and ending Vargas's reign at ten months, which lasted a total of 308 days. This reign is also the third-longest in the title's history, only behind Eva Rodriguez's 554-day 16-month reign and Tory Blaze's 469-day reign. After the match, Newborn announced that Wild Stampede would be the final show for 3WL as well as for the company, but not before revealing 3WL was purchased and that she would be recognized as the champion of the new promotion, soon to be known as Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling, with the title now known as the Queen of Aesop World Championship. On September 20, 3WL.com revealed that Newborn was released due to a contract dispute and high demands. Stripped of both the Television and World Championships two weeks before on September 3, effectively ending her reigns at 557 days and 170 days respectively, Aesop World wiped away Newborn's Queen of Aesop title reign, which retroactively ended her 120-day reign as well in retaliation and instead recognized Newborn as the final 3WL Television and Unified World Champion, per her request.

All-Female Pride Wrestling (2010-2011)

On December 4, 2010, Vargas signed a contract with the debuting promotion All-Female Pride Wrestling (AFPW). On the first episode of Saturday Night Revolution on December 18, she participated in a tournament to crown the company's first champion, however she wrestled Lucy Hawke to a No Contest, due to interference by former Ring of Beauty wrestler, Velvet Raven, who would interfere again in the next first-round match. In the end, CEO Christian Gardner denied Raven's request to join the roster and decided to scrap the tournament altogether in favor of an Elimination Chamber match for the title. On the January 15 edition of Saturday Night Revolution, Vargas competed in a fatal four-way Coronation Chamber Qualifying match which included Freya Kane, Rainbow and Ginger Rogers. During the match, Velvet Raven interfered and took out Ginger Rogers before Rosa de Oro and Danielle Mayfield stormed down the ring and joined Rainbow in attacking Raven. The brawl allowed Vargas to crawl and cover the unconscious Rogers, but Raven shoved Mayfield into the referee which interrupted the pin attempt. After Vargas cleared the ring of everyone involved, she would be pinned by Kane. Dismayed at the loss, Vargas laid out both Mayfield and de Oro with the Black Rose Overdrive before leaving the ring. On February 5 in an interview segment, Vargas vowed to seek retribution against Velvet Raven for costing her yet another match before teaming with Kelly Knite for a tag team match against Skittles & Cherryade, (Belladonna and Rainbow) where the winning team would get to choose the stipulation for the AFPW Tag Team Championship match at the Coronation pay-per-view. Towards the end of the match, Rainbow reversed a pinning attempt by Vargas with a roll-up before Knite broke it up, and Belladonna countered Knite's "Any Given Moment" finishing move with her "Displacement Theory". Vargas locked Rainbow into her "Red Peril 2" reverse figure-four leglock submission hold, but she was able to escape before Vargas was hit with the "Taste the Rainbow" roundhouse kick and Rainbow would claim the pinfall victory. On AFPW.com, Skittles & Cherryade announced they would face Knite and Vargas in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match.

AFPW Tag Team Champion and company closure (2011)

At Coronation on February 27, the TLC match between the two teams began with Knite quickly heading outside to grab the timekeeper's chair. She smacked Rainbow with it and then used it again hitting Belladonna in the back. Kelly began climbing the ladder Bella set up before meanwhile Vargas was laid out on a table set up by Rainbow. Kelly performed her finisher through the table as all four competitors were down. Rainbow is the first to get up and she grabbed the chair used by Knite. At the same time Vargas slides out of the ring, Belladonna does too in search of a new chair. Kelly got up and Rainbow and Belladonna now are on either side of her ready for a con-chair-to. Kelly avoided the double team as Rainbow and Belladonna hit themselves instead. They sidestepped Kelly's springboard moonsault. She kippups only to be caught between the two chairs as their second attempt is successful. Disposing of her chair, Rainbow dragged Kelly over to the corner turnbuckle and returned with the chair placing it across her face setting up Belladonna for a coast-to-coast to Knite from the opposite turnbuckle. Vargas is still on the outside and she pulled out a table from underneath the ring and something else which isn't seen just yet. Rainbow noticed this and she goes to see what she's up to. Rainbow is then doused with a bucket of orange goo from Vargas, who doesn't realize that Belladonna is behind her until she is tapped on the shoulder. Vargas ducked to avoid Belladonna's poison mist which blinded her partner instead. Taking advantage of this scenario, Vargas tricks Rainbow into spin kicking Belladonna before Vargas hits "Be Still My Heart" taking out Rainbow. Vargas entered the ring again just as Knite got up from the con-chair-to she received from earlier and sets up a ladder underneath the belt. Vargas climbed the ladder and attempts to grab the titles, but Knite, who set up her own ladder next to Vargas' slapped her hand away. Vargas returns the favor preventing Knite from reaching the titles. They began arguing unbeknownst of Skittles and Cherryade entering the ring again. All four competitors are now side by side fighting over the belts. Rainbow smashed Knite's head on the top step of the ladder and knocks her off. Vargas fought with Belladonna before Vargas put her through a table with a "Black Rose Overdrive". Vargas and Rainbow exchanged blows before Vargas toppled Rainbow's ladder, but using acrobatic skill, she managed to jump onto Vargas' ladder and the two meet in an intense staredown before resuming their battle. After headbutting Rainbow off the ladder, Vargas struggled with the harbinger before finally unhooking the titles. After the match, Vargas and Knite celebrated their newly won championships to the sound of boos from the crowd. Two weeks later on the March 12 edition of Saturday Night Revolution following the pay-per-view, Vargas teamed with Kelly once again for a tag match against MILF Connection (Stephanie Sullivan and Megan Kane). The conclusion of this match saw Sullivan counter a double team mat slam by Vargas and Knite with a double DDT. After breaking Knite's hold of her ankle, Sullivan made the desperate tag to Kane, and upon entering, took down Vargas with a lariat and then kicked Knite out of the ring before Vargas hits her "Tango for Two" signature move. Sullivan broke up the pin attempt, leading to a stare down between the two. Knite pulled Sullivan's legs out from under her and pulled her out of the ring as they brawled on the outside, which gave Kane enough time to hit her "Impending Doom" pumphandle suplex finisher on Vargas for the pinfall victory and Vargas' third loss on Saturday Night Revolution.

The following episode, Vargas competed against Trish Newborn in what was a highly competitive contest. The match saw a lot of back and forth between the two and close pinfalls. After she kicked out of Newborn's "Air Trish IV" finisher, Vargas counter Newborn's second finisher, the "California Kiss," with "Red Peril 2" and forced her to submit, winning the match. Two weeks later on the April 9 edition of Saturday Night Revolution, after Rosa de Oro and Danielle Mayfield defeated MILF Connection (Megan Kane and Natalie Snow) to become the number one contenders to the AFPW Tag Team Championship, Vargas teamed with Kelly and Zelda Knite to defeat the team of Mikaela and Natalya Demidov and Lisa Richardson twice, the first time as Zelda won for her team by pinning Richardson in under two minutes. After the match, Mikaela challenged the the Knites and Vargas to an immediate re-match, this time under elimination tag team rules. However, the Demidov Sisters and Lisa Richardson were simply over matched. After Zelda hit her "Game Over" finisher to Richardson for the second time for the first elimination and Vargas hit the "Black Rose Overdrive" to eliminate Mikaela in her feeble attempt at a diving elbow drop from the top rope, Natalya, seeing that she was heavily outnumbered, conceded the match by tapping the canvas.

On the final Saturday Night Revolution before their Tag Team Championship match at the War Games pay-per-view, Vargas and Kelly each had singles matches against Danielle Mayfied and Rosa de Oro, respectively. Vargas had the early advantage in her match and, after a test of strength, she took Mayfield down with a discus clothesline, followed by a curb stomp and then locked in "Divine Mercy" before Mayfield reached for the ropes breaking the hold. Vargas waited for Mayfield to get back up and attempted to hit "Be Still My Heart", but Mayfield countered it with a Northern Lights suplex, bridging for a pin, that Vargas kicked out of. Climbing the turnbuckle, Mayfield took out Vargas with a diving crossbody and a pin attempt for a two count. Mayfield retreated to the corner as she lies in wait for Vargas, but she sidestepped Mayfield's spear. As Mayfield stopped herself at the turnbuckle, Vargas suddenly positioned her over her shoulder to attempt the "Black Rose Overdrive", but Mayfield escaped. Vargas managed to counter Mayfield's "Diva Killer" powerbomb into the "Black Rose Overdrive" that led to her pinning Mayfield and winning the match. Kelly Knite, however, fell to Rosa de Oro in what was a physical, hard fought contest, when de Oro hit her "La Nina" springboard hurricanrana and splash finisher for the pinfall victory, thus evening the momentum towards the pay-per-view.

At War Games on May 28, Rosa de Oro was investigating Velvet Raven's actual identity, and during the six-person tag team match involving Team Crimson (Gabrielle Crimson, Jessica Richardson and their mystery partner hiding behind a motorcycle helmet) against Team Richardson (Raven and the Golden Girls ( Mikaela Demidov and Lisa Richardson), she observed the action from ringside. During the match, Team Crimson's mystery partner was unmasked as Alysson Gardner when Raven removed her helmet. Gardner blocked Raven's "Sniper Kick" finisher before she is shoved into the ropes and Gardner hit the Crimson Spear on Raven before going up towards the turnbuckle. After Mikaela shoved Gardner from the turnbuckle preventing her from her "G-Effect" finisher, Raven prepared to hit another "Sniper Kick", but Gardner quickly removed Raven's mask and de Oro grabbed her hair from the ring apron, finally revealing that it was Sarah Richardson behind the mask. The match ended with Lisa Richardson, Mikaela Demidov and Sarah Richardson all hit their finishers on Gardner and Sarah getting the pinfall victory over Gardner to win the match. After Team Richardson's victory, de Oro confronted Sarah, but a girl hiding in the shadows revealed that Sarah was not the actual Velvet Raven and that de Oro had been fooled. This led to Richardson and the Golden Girls attacking de Oro before promptly leaving the ring. Mercedes Vargas and Kelly Knite stormed down to the ring as their title defense was the following match. Seeing de Oro as easy prey, they argued with the timekeeper to start the match, but refused. Danielle Mayfield stormed down the ring and attacked Vargas in the ring before Vargas countered a DDT attempt by Mayfield with "Be Still My Heart", and then tagged in Knite. She springboarded off the top rope with an elbow drop on Mayfield before tagging Vargas back in. She attempted to lock in Red Peril 2, but Mayfield distanced herself to her side of the ring only to find that de Oro was not on the apron. Following the Coup de Grace, Vargas locked in Red Peril that Mayfield escaped and finally tagged in de Oro. Once in the ring, de Oro took down Vargas with a pair of clotheslines followed by a headbutt before she climbed the top rope. Kelly distracted de Oro, allowing Vargas to pull de Oro's leg out from under her as she landed throat first into the ropes. Vargas attempted her finisher, but de Oro countered with a DDT, as both women were out for the moment. Vargas was the first to reach her partner as Kelly entered the match and prevented de Oro to reach her corner. After a while, Vargas entered the match and performed a legdrop from the top rope as de Oro was kneeling. Mayfield broke up the Divine Mercy hold on de Oro before Mayfield legally entered the match. After she countered Mayfield's lariat attempt, Vargas hit her finisher and subsequently pinned Mayfield, winning the match and retaining the titles for her team.

After a four month hiatus, AFPW decided to revamp the promotion and in the process, Saturday Night Revolution was moved to Sunday nights, and was to be named as Sunday Night Revolution. On the first episode on September 18, AFPW hosted the first of a two week tournament to crown a new AFPW Pride Champion as Crystal Hilton (who defeated then-champion Lucy Hawke at War Games) was named as the new Head of Talent Relations and vacated the title. In what was scheduled as an eight-woman tag team match between Vargas, Emma Danielson, Mercedes Lewis and Kelly Knite versus Alysson Gardner, Jessica Williams, Vanessa Richardson and Roxi Johnson, the match was turned into an over-the-top-rope battle royal. Vargas made it to the final two before being eliminated by eventual winner Vanessa Richardson. Unfortunately, the event would be the final airing of Sunday Night Revolution as a second show was planned for October, but was later cancelled.

Following another hiatus lasting three months, All-Female Pride Wrestling folded in 2011 due to judicial issues. In 2012, the follow-up promotion to All-Female Pride Wrestling, PRIDE All-Female Championship Wrestling, was established.

New Championship Wrestling (2011-2013)

Vargas signed with New Championship Wrestling, stylized as nCw, on March 14, 2011. On the March 27 edition of Collision, she wrestled in a mixed tag team dark match with Scorpion, who won for the team. Vargas made her in-ring debut on the April 2 edition of Trauma in a losing effort against Foxy Roxy, but would defeat then-Women's World Champion Roxxxie on the April 10 episode of Collision. At the Sovereign pay-per-view event a week later, Vargas won a six-woman battle royal during the preshow.

Feud with Alysson Gardner and NCW Starlets Tag Team Champion (2011)

On the April 24 edition of Collision, Vargas teamed with Alysson Gardner against Every Man's Fantasy (Crystal Hilton and Zelda Knite). The match intensified when Vargas was able to avoid Hilton's elbow drop from the top rope as she went in to tag in Gardner, but she refused the tag by jumping off the ring apron. EMF eventually won the match when Gardner betrayed Vargas, hitting her with her "Crimson Spear" finishing move, which set up Knite and Hilton to hit their double team "Heartbreaker" vertical suplex gutbuster finisher on Vargas and Hilton pinning her. In an interview segment with Carly Robins after Collision ended, a very emotional Vargas vowed she would get her revenge and was told by Robins that Vargas would team with Alysson's brother, Chris Gardner, against Spike Kane and Alysson the following week. In the main event on the April 30 edition of Trauma, she and Chris were defeated by Alysson and Spike Kane, whom she was in a relationship with. This match saw Vargas about to hit her "Cortina Roja" finisher on Alysson before she resorted to cheating as Alysson grabbed the referee and used him as a human shield before knocking out Vargas. Chris went to confront Alysson for her actions when she pretended to knock herself out just in time for the referee to turn around and, seeing Alysson hurt, disqualified Chris and Vargas, thus resulting in Alysson costing them the match and Vargas losing for the second week in a row. The following week, Vargas teamed with Roxxxie and Kathleen Conway in a six-woman tag team match against Alysson Gardner, Crystal Hilton and Mercedes Lewis. Tensions heated up between the women as the referee and two officials had to separate them before the match could begin. Roxxxie and Crystal Hilton started most of the match from the opening bell. Hilton dodged Roxxxie's spear attempt with a float-over counter followed by a sunset flip attempt, which Roxxxie kicked out of. As Hilton rolled out of the ring, Roxxxie called her back in, but Hilton tagged in Alysson Gardner instead. Near the end of the match, all of the women did their finishing move in sequential order, starting with Lewis, followed by Conway, Gardner and Vargas, and finished with Roxxxie hitting her "Bad Girl" double knee facebreaker on Hilton after she delivered her "Rose Whip" finisher to Vargas. The match spiraled out of control as Conway and Lewis and Vargas and Gardner were all fighting on the outside, leaving Hilton and Roxxxie. Roxxxie ducked Hilton's clothesline and then hit the "Bad Girl" on Hilton for the second time for the pinfall victory. Prior to her scheduled match against Roxxxie on the May 15 edition of Collision, Vargas issued a challenge to Alysson Gardner to face her at the A Night to Remember pay-per-view. In a return match against Roxxxie, Vargas was once again challenged by the now former Women's Champion, but once again came out victorious, building momentum for the pay-per-view.

On May 22 at A Night to Remember, following the opening contest, the next match featured Alysson and Vargas. Vargas got the early advantage with an aggressive showing, hitting Gardner with clubbing blows to the back of her head, followed by a short-arm clothesline and finished off when she pulled Gardner by the hair over her shoulder slamming her to the mat and following this with a dropkick to her face. Vargas attempts a springboard legdrop, but Gardner moved out of the way. Vargas was at the receiving end of a shining wizard before Gardner stopped her own pin. The two rivals brawled outside as Gardner hit her finisher on Vargas at the 7 count, rolling her back in before hitting a springboard splash combo for the pinfall victory. On the May 28 edition of Trauma, Vargas teamed with Ashlie Ember against Alysson and Mercedes Lewis (who now collectively called themselves Ethereal Rave) in a tag team match. Continuing their intense feud, Vargas and Gardner went back and forth throughout the match. Ember tagged herself into the match, leading to a confrontation between her and Vargas while Alysson tagged in Mercedes Lewis, who immediately hit her finisher on Ember to earn the pinfall victory.

Vargas won her next two singles matches on the June 12 and June 18 editions of Collision and Trauma, defeating Kathleen Conway and Josie Everyman, respectively, with Trauma being the final show before the Reborn pay-per-view. It was revealed days later that Vargas would challenge for the NCW Starlets Tag Team Championship, now vacant after the breakup of Every Man's Fantasy as a tag team, teaming with Conway against Ethereal Rave (Alysson Gardner and Mercedes Lewis), the appointed number one contenders, due to Lewis' pinfall victory over Kelly Knite in a six-person mixed tag-team match on June 12. The feud between Vargas and Gardner ended at Reborn on June 26 when Gardner no-showed the pay-per-view, making it into a handicap match, which she and Conway went on to win by pinning Lewis simultaneously, becoming the second-ever Starlets Tag Team Champions. Celebrating their victory, Conway and Vargas were attacked by Rayne and Ayla St. James, Bitches with Attitude, making their return to the company.

On the July 3 edition of Collision, Vargas was defeated by Crystal Hilton in a singles match, ending her three-match unbeaten streak in singles competition on the show.

Feud with Bitches with Attitude and injury (2011-2012)

On the July 9 edition of Trauma, Vargas teamed with Ayla St. James to defeat Burning Man (Ashlie Ember and Josie Everyman), when St. James pinned Ember. On the following episode on July 16, the main event saw Vargas and Kathleen forced to face each other in a tag team match, with Vargas teaming with the Bitches with Attitude and Kathleen teaming with Burning Man. Near the end of the match, Ashlie and Josie walked out on Conway leaving her to be pinned by Rayne for the win. Post-match, Ayla threw Vargas in the ring and Rayne hit her finisher on Vargas on top of the downed Conway for emphasis.

On the July 24 edition of Collision, the last show before the Picture Perfect pay-per-view, Vargas teamed with Conway in a non-title fatal four-way match against Burning Man, Bitches with Attitude and Strong Exotic Xtreme, where the conclusion of the match saw Ashlie and Josie brawling with Vargas and Conway, leaving Bitches with Attitudes and Strong Exotic Xtreme in the ring. Rayne hit her finisher on Stephanie Sullivan to win the match. A massive brawl between all four teams occurred afterwards. At Picture Perfect on July 31, Vargas wrestled Trish Newborn on the pre-show in a hard-fought battle, which Vargas won with a roll-up.

On the August 6 four-year anniversary of Collision, Vargas competed in a fifteen-woman over-the-top-rope battle royal, the Riot match. She entered at No. 11 and went straight for Ayla St. James, who started the battle royal as the number 2 entry, in an attempt to eliminate her from the match. However, Alysson Gardner, the number sixth entry, eliminated Vargas after a clothesline. Gardner would be one of the final two, lastly eliminating St. James to win the match. Leonard Fox would then present a new NCW Starlets World Championship to Gardner, officially recognizing her as champion, nullifying Zelda Knite's reign as Starlets World Champion, as she had left the company due to a contract dispute.

On the August 13 episode of Trauma, Kathleen Conway and Mercedes Vargas attacked Rayne and Ayla St. James following their tag team victory against Stephanie Sullivan and Roxxie, now calling themselves the Princesses of Pain. The following night on Collision, Vargas an Conway teamed with Alysson Gardner and defeated the team of Tara Fenix, Trish Newborn and Emma Danielson, with Gardner pinning Newborn. The following week on Collision, Vargas and Kathleen cut a promo, calling themselves Opportunity, and in a confrontation with Ayla St. James and Rayne, they forced Bitches with Attitude to choose a stipulation for their match at the Nothing to Lose pay-per-view. If Ayla and Rayne failed to become the new champions, then they would disband as a team. Vargas and Kathleen lost the Starlets Tag Team Championship in their first title defense when Ayla pinned Vargas, ending Opportunity's two month reign. Conway and Vargas redeemed themselves on the September 3 edition of Trauma with a tag team victory against Stephanie Sanderson (née Sullivan) and Roxxxie (now going under her real name, Amy Marshall), with Vargas once again pinning her following the Cortina Roja. The following week, she defeated Mecedes Lewis for the second time and her fifth consecutive win on the show. The next week, however, Opportunity lost to Megan Kane and Kelly Knite, when Vargas was pinned by Kane for the second time in her career, thus ending her winning streak, which included three consecutive tag team victories.

At Battlegrounds on September 25, Opportunity challenged Bitches with Attitude in a rematch for the Starlets Tag Team Championship in a submission hardcore match. After Conway forced Rayne to submit, Vargas passed out from a submission hold from Ayla St. James leaving her and Conway as the survivors before St. James forced Conway to submit, retaining the titles for her team.

In October, NCW staged elimination tournaments for its World Heavyweight and Starlets World Championships leading up to the Road to the Gold pay-per-view. In her first round match, Vargas faced off against Crystal Hilton, where she lost to her for the third time and her third consecutive loss. Vargas would then lose her next two contests on the October 15 and October 22 editions of Trauma to Stephanie Sanderson. First in a tag team match in which her tag team with Rayne, who Sanderson pinned, and then losing to her in a singles contest the following week.

In a number one contender's match for the Starlets Championship at the pre-show of the Road to the Gold pay-per-view, Vargas lost her sixth match, this time to an aggressive Kathleen Conway, where she suffered a severe concussion, a minor back injury and a forehead injury that required a reported nine stitches. At the end of 2011, Vargas wrestled the third-most TV/PPV matches that year with 30 (behind Crystal Hilton with 31 and Roxxxie with 45) On the April 15, 2012 episode of Collision, she acknowledged her return to NCW in a backstage interview segment before having a chance encounter with Conway.

Return and various matches (2012)

Vargas made her in-ring return on the April 21 edition of Trauma, where she was defeated by Emma Danielson for her seventh loss in a row, fifth loss in a row on the show, and third loss in a row in singles competition. Vargas picked up her first victory in seven months the following week on the April 29 edition of Collision in her return to that show in almost nine months, defeating Ayla St. James. She would lose again on the May 5 episode of Trauma in a tag team match with St. James against Alysson Gardner and NCW Starlets World Champion Ashlie, when Vargas was pinned by the latter following the Ashes to Ashes stunner for her sixth consecutive defeat on the show.

On the May 19 episode of Trauma following the A Night to Remember pay-per-view, Vargas participated in an eight-woman elimination tag team match where she teamed with Crystal Hilton, Mercedes Lewis, and Rose Acantha to defeat Jennifer Williams, Katie Callahan, Wakki Jakki, and Jasmine Barrera with Hilton and Lewis as the sole survivors. During the match, her team had a 4-2 advantage, but Barrera evened the odds, eliminating Rose Acantha after her "Blast to the Past" superkick and then Vargas after Hilton went to knockout Barrera with Lewis's brass knuckles, only for Barrera to duck and she hit Vargas instead before Shelly Taylor-Jones, as the special guest enforcer, counted the pinfall. The following week, Vargas teamed with Kathleen Conway for the first time since the Battlegrounds pay-per-view in September and their one-on-one encounter at Road to the Gold, defeating Team Twilight (Crystal Hilton and Mercedes Lewis), when Vargas pinned Hilton with a roll-up to secure the victory. The following week on June 2, Vargas teamed with Rose Acantha taking on Ashlie and Jennifer Williams. Getting into an argument with Acantha, Vargas didn't see Williams behind her and was quickly pinned following a superkick, losing the match for her team. On the June 10 edition of Collision, the last show before the Reborn pay-per-view, Vargas teamed with Alysson Gardner against Kelly Knite and the number one contender to Gardner's title, Amy Marshall. Vargas would once again take the fall, this time with Marshall getting the victory. A week later at the Reborn pay-per-view Collision special pay-per-view pre-show on June 17, Vargas rebounded with a singles match victory over Rose Acantha, snapping a three-match losing streak at pay-per-view. On the June 24 edition of Collision, Vargas would face Jennifer Williams in a singles match, but would lose to her for the second time. On the June 30 edition of Trauma, Vargas teamed with Williams and Kelly Fox in a six-woman tag team match to defeat Jasmine Barrera, Ayla St. James and Emma Danielson. After the match, Head of the Starlets Division, Steve Awesome, announced that Williams, Vargas and Fox would face one another in a number one contender's match to determine who challenges Alysson Gardner for the NCW World Starlets Championship at Picture Perfect. On the following week's Collision, Vargas would be pinned by Williams for the third time and the two would meet again for the fourth time in a row and fourth time in three weeks and second tag match in two weeks against Alysson Gardner and Ayla St. James, which they lost after St. James pinned Vargas following the "Canada Star". Vargas and Amy Marshall had their third singles match at Picture Perfect on July 22 in Marshall's final match in NCW, with Vargas again coming out on top. After the match, Vargas helped Amy to her feet, where she raised Amy’s arm in what was a tearful farewell. Vargas would go on to defeat Skye Armanni on the July 29 edition of Trauma for her second consecutive victory. At the fifth-year anniversary show of Collision on August 5, Vargas participated in a beauty contest, that also featured Jasmine Barrera, Ayla St. James and Skye Armanni, however, the contest was really a fatal four-way match, where Vargas was unsuccessful as St. James won the match. The following week, she defeated Alysson Gardner in a singles match avenging her defeat to Gardner from A Night to Remember 14 months earlier. At A New Dawn pay-per-view, one of the featured matches was contested for the World Starlets Championship, in which Jennifer Williams would have to defend the title against the fans choice of four possible opponents, which included Vargas, Ayla St. James, or Emma Danielson. Alysson Gardner won a vote by the fans to determine the challenger for the Starlets Championship that night. Vargas got the most second-place votes, followed by Ayla St. James and Emma Danielson. On the August 25 edition of Trauma following the A New Dawn pay-per-view, she would defeat Nina Watts in a singles match and then Alysson Gardner for the second time in almost three weeks on the following Trauma on September 1. In the main event of the September 9 edition of Collision, Gardner would avenge the loss in a tag team match with Ayla St. James against Vargas and Williams and was subsequently pinned by Gardner, but would emerge victorious the following week in a tag team match with Zelda Knite, defeating Crystal Hilton and Jennifer Williams, after pinning Hilton. Vargas received a NCW Starlets Championship opportunity at the Battlegrounds pay-per-view on September 23, but was unsuccessful as she lost to Williams for the fourth time in her career.

On the September 29 episode of Trauma, the second annual Road to the Gold Tournament began, in which for the first-time ever in the Starlets Road to the Gold Tournament, 16 Starlets would compete for an opportunity to become the number one contender for the World Starlets Championship at Road to the Gold VI. In her first-round match, Vargas defeated Skye Armanni by submission in their return match from almost two months ago while Cynthia Warren would go on to defeat Ayla St. James, setting up a second-round match between her and Vargas on the October 7 episode of Collision, where she won to advance to the final four the following week. The first semifinal match was between Freya Davis and Charity, a match Davis won after reversing a victory roll attempt by Charity. The other semi-final match was between Vargas and Sydney Knite, who defeated Shelly Taylor-Jones in the previous round. Although Knite entered the match on a two-year singles undefeated streak, Vargas had previously defeated Knite five months earlier to end her 254-day 3WL Unified World Championship reign. The rematch was very spirited throughout the contest, until Kelly Knite made her way down to the ring, taunting her sister-in-law while Vargas had Sydney locked in the Divine Mercy submission hold. Sydney managed to reach the rope, forcing Vargas to break the hold. As Vargas brought Sydney to her feet, looking to finish her off, Sydney hit her "Contra Code" double knee facebreaker on Vargas for the subsequent pinfall victory. However, Kelly Knite put Vargas' foot on the rope forcing the referee to restart the match. Vargas attempted the "Black Rose Overdrive", but Sydney escaped out of it and went for the pinfall, after hitting Vargas with the "Daybreak", the finishing move of Simon Daye. Kelly distracted the referee, preventing him from making the three-count, and an irate Sydney knocked Kelly out after which Vargas cashed in on the distraction to seize control of the match. She caught Sydney with a rolling clutch pin, but Sydney used her momentum to reverse the pin for only a close nearfall. Sydney locked in her "Triforce" submission hold on Vargas, who reached the ropes to break the hold, a rare-feat for anyone. Sydney attempted her "Metal Gear" neckbreaker, but Vargas pushed her off into the exposed turnbuckle, then performed the "Black Rose Overdrive" on Sydney for the second time in the match to earn the pinfall victory and advance to the finals of the Starlets Road to the Gold tournament, ending Sydney's 26-month singles unbeaten streak in the process and becoming the second Starlet in NCW history to pin Knite in singles competition, the other being Knite's sister-in-law, Kelly. On the October 21 edition of Collision, Vargas faced Freya Davis in the finals of the Starlets Road to the Gold, but was unsuccessful in winning, despite focusing on injuring the knee of Davis throughout the contest. At the Road to the Gold VI pay-per-view on October 28, Vargas teamed with Davey Ortega to defeat the teams of Joe Everyman and Cynthia Warren and Mike Laszlo and Charity in an intergender triple threat tag team at the pre-show. She would win her sixth consecutive match on Trauma teaming with Kathleen Conway as they defeated Ayla St. James and Emma Danielson of Bitches with Attitude on November 3. The following week, however, Opportunity lost to Freya Davis and Jennifer Williams, following Kane's pinfall on Conway.

In an interview segment on the November 18 edition of Collision, Vargas was informed that Jake "The Ace" Conway was ordered to an emergency board meeting with NCW management due to a complaint of a sensitive nature from a female member of the company. Clearing her name of any wrongdoing, she stormed off. Later that night, Vargas pinned Charity in a triple threat match, also involving Freya Davis, in what would be their third match between her and Davis in four weeks. Vargas was then referenced later that night as Kelly Fox, meeting with The Ace and Kat Conway in her office, revealed that Vargas sent in the complaint, accusing The Ace of making advances towards her and Vargas had to face Every Man's Fantasy (Sydney Knite and Crystal Hilton) with Conway as special guest referee in a handicap match where she lost the following week as punishment. The official break-up of Opportunity happened on December 2 at Breaking Away, where Vargas defeated Kathleen in their third and final singles match by placing her feet on the ropes for leverage.

On the December 8 episode of Trauma, she competed in a triple threat match against Rose Acantha and Addisyn Starr, but was unsuccessful as Starr pushed Vargas off the apron and subsequently pinned Acantha following the "Shooting Starr" shooting star press. On the December 16 edition of Collision, she teamed with World Starlets Champion Freya Davis and Megan Sanderson in a winning effort against Crystal Hilton, Shelly Taylor-Jones and Rose Acantha in a six-woman tag team match, after Davis pinned Acantha. Later in the evening, she told a camera person that she was taking a personal vacation and also turned down Crystal Hilton's challenge for a match with her at NCW's next pay-per-view, Mind Games. On the December 23 edition of Collision, Hilton appeared on commentary during a match between Vargas and Emma Danielson, which she lost to Danielson for the second time in singles competition. After the match, she attacked and threw Danielson out of the ring before delivering the "Black Rose Overdrive" to Hilton and then locked in her "Divine Mercy" submission until Danielson came in for the save. The final Collision of 2012 the following week, she lost in a tag match with The Ace against Rose Acantha and Nathan Webb, after Acantha made Vargas submit for the first time ever in her career. Vargas ended 2012 having wrestled the most TV/PPV matches of that year out of all the Starlets with 35 and the most TV/PPV wins of that year with 19.

Departure (2013)

At Mind Games on January 6, 2013, Vargas lost to Crystal Hilton by submission. The following week on the first Collision of 2013, the two would meet again in a triple threat match, also involving Rose Acantha, which Hilton won after pinning Acantha. On the January 27 edition of Collision, she would go on to defeat Addysn Starr in a singles match to finally end her losing streak. At Metamorphosis on February 3, Head of the Starlet Division, Jake "The Ace" Conway and his wife Kathleen Conway, his Personal Assistant, invited the entire women's roster to the ring. Reassuring them that the division and, more importantly, the World Starlets Championship, was in capable hands, Kathleen Conway announced that a fatal four-way match would determine a new champion, naming Vargas, Megan Sanderson, Jennifer Williams, and Jasmine Barrera to challenge for the title on the next edition of Collision. Vargas, however, was unsuccessful as she was too late in preventing Jennifer Williams from pinning Jasmine Barrera. In her first match on Trauma in two months, she lost to Emma Danielson for the third time in singles competition the following week on the December 22 episode, ending her three match winning streak in singles matches on the show and a second consecutive loss. The following week on the February 27 edition of Collision, she was defeated by Rose Acantha. She finally ended her losing streak with a singles match victory over Shelly Taylor-Jones in a dark match on the March 2 episode of Trauma. The following day, it was reported that Vargas was taking time off from NCW, yet a conflicting report on NCWInsider.com says that she had parted ways with the promotion. Throughout her tenure in NCW, she wrestled in 72 matches on TV and pay-per-view, the third most appearances by a Starlet in company history (after Amy "Roxxxie" Marshall with 85 and Zelda Knite with 97), along with placing fourth, behind Crystal Hilton, Ayla St. James, and Zelda Knite on the list of most wins by a Starlet, with 36.

On March 10, 2013, NCW announced that the promotion would be folding after its May A Night To Remember 6 pay-per-view event, on May 19, ending its six-year tenure.

PRIDE Wrestling (2012-2014)

Christian Gardner began his search for the members who would make up the PRIDE roster with Alysson Gardner, due to her star power from the defunct Ring of Beauty promotion, the first to be signed. Several other talent from the company included Stephanie Sullivan, Bobbi Jackson, Jasmine, Jessica Jackson, Susan Rigger, Giselle Anderson and Carmen DeVega. Hayley Dark and Ignis (from Femme Fatale Wrestling), Ellie Sankt, Araña Roja, Almira al-Almhtalyn, La Paloma, Reiha Johansson, and Eliza Gray (from World Elite Wrestling) were some of the newer names added, as well as Veronica Valiant from Divas Unleashed (where Vargas also began her career). Of the original members of AFPW, Mikaela Demidov, Velvet Raven, and Freya Kane (who all began their careers with Ring of Beauty) were brought in, as well as Emma Danielson, Rosa de Oro, Natalya Demidov, and Vargas, who signed on January 27, 2012, rounding out the roster. Currently, Vargas is one of three AFPW originals (wrestlers who were a part of the very first AFPW event in December 2010) still on the active roster, along with Crystal Hilton and Rainbow, as well as one of the last remaining members from AFPW, along with Mikaela and Natalya Demidov. Alysson Gardner remains from Ring of Beauty, although several former members were a part of the Pride roster at one time or another, including Destiny Campbell and Kimberly Aries, Lisa and Sarah Richardson (also AFPW mainstays), and Victoria Valentine.

Singles competition, undefeated streak and International Championship pursuit (2012)

Pride held its first show on February 12 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City with the pilot episode of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, the bi-weekly television program featuring Pride All-Female Championship Wrestling. That night, Christian Gardner announced that the Coronation pay-per-view would take place in March and that in the main event, the six challengers to compete for the Pride World Championship in an Elimination Chamber match would be chosen by Nicole Rossi, Linda Ragnal, Gabrielle Crimson, and Christian Gardner himself. Also that night, Vargas defeated Rosa de Oro in a successful debut, extending her winning streak to 6 matches, (resuming from the AFPW War Games pay-per-view on May 28) which includes a five-match winning streak in singles competition dating back to May 1, 2011 in AFPW, defeating Danielle Mayfield.

At PRIDE 2 on the February 26 episode of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, Vargas participated in a 15-woman battle royal to claim a spot in the Coronation Chamber, but was unsuccessful as she was eliminated eighth by both Bobbi Jackson and Giselle Anderson. Veronica Valiant won the match, lastly eliminating Susan Rigger. The following show at PRIDE 3 on the March 11 episode of Sunday PRIDE Wrestling saw Vargas defeat Almira al-Almhtalyn for her second consecutive singles victory in Pride Wrestling, extending her singles match winning streak to six wins, as part of a seven-match winning streak. At Coronation on March 25, she competed in a five-way elimination match with Candace Okimura, Mia Heafy, Wendy House and Maia Lopez to crown the inaugural PRIDE AFCW International Champion, but was unsuccessful as she was the first to be eliminated by House, who would be eliminated last by the eventual winner Lopez. At PRIDE 4 on the April 8 edition of Sunday Night Pride Wrestling, Vargas was scheduled to face Crystal Hilton and Veronica Valiant in a triple threat match. As Valiant was introduced, however, she cut a seething promo about her crushing loss at Coronation, where she was the first to be eliminated from the Coronation Chamber match, berating the fans for their lack of respect, and then, in a telltale sign that she was leaving the company, she addressed Vargas and Crystal in turn, acknowledging that the former has surpassed Veronica in terms of a teacher-student relationship during their time as a tag team, and that the latter would never get her sought after revenge against her. After her speech, Valiant walked out of the arena resulting in her forfeit as a stunned Vargas looked on. As a result, the match itself now was a singles contest, which Vargas won after she pinned Crystal following the "Black Rose Overdrive". Vargas was scheduled to face Jennifer Williams at PRIDE 5 on the April 22 edition of Sunday Night Pride Wrestling, but would miss the next show due to weather conditions. She, however, would go on to defeat Williams in the rescheduled match in record time at PRIDE 6 on the May 6 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, to continue her unbeaten streak in singles competition. Later on that night, Candace Okimura defeated Maia Lopez to become the new PRIDE AFCW International Champion. On May 7, it was announced, via the PRIDE Wrestling website, that Vargas would compete in a triple threat match for the title against Lopez and Okimura at War Games on May 20. At WarGames, Vargas was again unsuccessful as Okimura pinned Lopez for the second time to retain the title. At the next event at PRIDE 7 on the June 3 edition of Sunday Night Pride Wrestling, Vargas defeated Alexis Morrison in her debut to remain unbeaten at 5-0. Three weeks later at PRIDE 8, the June 24 episode of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, Candace Okimura lost the International Championship to Bianca Salvador in an impromptu match set up by General Manager Nicole Rossi, ending her 49-day reign. Okimura had already surpassed inaugural champion Maia Lopez's 42-day reign on April 29 to become the longest reigning champion. During the match, Okimura suffered an injury and was subsequently released following the event days later. Later on during that same episode, Vargas won a number one contender's match to earn another shot at the International Championship by pinning Michelle Taylor in a triple threat match which also involved Reiha Johansson. It was revealed the next day that she would face Bianca Salvador for the title at Apotheosis.

At PRIDE 9 on the July 8 edition of Sunday Night Pride Wrestling, Vargas defeated Velvet Raven and would also defeat Mikaela Demidov the following show at PRIDE 10 on the July 22 episode of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, the final show before Apotheosis. At Apotheosis on August 5, Vargas defeated Salvador to win the International Championship, making her the first and only member of the current roster to have won a title previously in All-Female Pride Wrestling and in PRIDE Wrestling. At PRIDE 11 on the September 23 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling (original air date, September 9), Vargas defeated Reiha Johannson in a non-title match for her eighth singles victory on the show and extended her singles unbeaten streak to 9-0 overall. The following day, she became the longest reigning International Champion in company history when she surpassed Candace Okimura's 49 days as champion on September 24 and became the first person to hold the International Championship for more than 7 weeks six days later, a record also previously held by Okimura. At PRIDE 12 on the next edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling on October 7, Vargas' 7-month, 238-day unpinned and undefeated singles streak was ended in her fourteenth match and overall tenth singles match when she was defeated by Susan Rigger, accompanied by Dominique Frost, in the main event. Rigger and Frost attempted to attack Vargas after the match, leading DeVega to get up from her seat and drive them off. Vargas would lose three other matches during her 13-match streak: a battle royal in her second match, a five-way elimination match in her fourth match, and a triple threat match in her seventh match, where she was never pinned. She went on to win her first nine singles matches prior to the loss.

The Best in the World (2012)

At PRIDE 13 on the October 28 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, a number one contender's match was scheduled to determine who would challenge for the International Championship at Fans' Night, in which Asylum defeated Michelle Taylor. While she was celebrating, Vargas appeared on the ramp, applauding Asylum's effort. Later on that night, she would redeem herself by defeating Rainbow in a singles match. On November 13, Vargas became the first International Champion to surpass 100 days during a singles title reign, and only the fourth overall championn (along with then-inaugural Tag Team Champions Dominique Frost and Susan Rigger of Sexified Perfection, and then-PRIDE Champion, Carmen DeVega) to have had an individual championship reign surpass that mark. At PRIDE 14 on the November 18 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling (original air date, November 12), she defeated Mia Heafy in her return to the company. During a backstage interview before her title defense at Fans' Night on December 2, Vargas dubbed herself the "Best in the World", due to her record setting reign as International Champion. She would later defeat Asylum in a Pure Rules match with Michelle Taylor as special guest referee to retain the International Championship. An unsuccessful pin attempt on Asylum during the match prompted Vargas to get in the face of Taylor to argue over her slow count, by which Taylor responded by slapping Vargas and her laying her out with a Cortina Roja in retaliation. Vargas won the match after reversing a roll-up attempt by Asylum and Bianca Salvador counting the deciding pinfall.. At PRIDE 15, the final Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling broadcast of 2012 on December 30 (which aired on January 10, 2013), she was defeated by Emma Danielson, which ended her three-match winning streak and only her fourth loss of 2013. It also marked her first loss in almost two months, and second defeat in singles competition all year. At the end of 2012, Vargas had wrestled the second most TV/PPV matches that year with 18, the second most TV/PPV wins (13), the best win-loss record on PRIDE Wrestling with a 11-2 record and had the fewest TV/PPV losses with 4.

On January 1, she became the first International Champion to carry a title reign from one year in to the next. On the first Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling of 2013 at PRIDE 16 on January 20 (aired January 23), Emma Danielson faced Kate Steele in singles competition. Prior to the match, however, Vargas appeared on the Titantron, vowing revenge on Danielson for nearly injuring her after Danielson hit her Jägerbomb running crucifix powerbomb, of which she claims could have caused her a neck injury, and as a precaution from doctors, she would take time off from in-ring competition, yet she promised that she will recover in time to defend her International Championship at the Unlimited pay-per-view.

Feud with Caramel Cane and PRIDE AFCW closure (2013-2014)

At PRIDE 17, the February 3 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling (which aired February 7), Vargas was on commentary for the singles match between Michelle Taylor and Asylum, but not before Bianca Salvador appeared as well as the animosity between the Argentine and Brazilian wrestlers were evident as they sat at opposite ends of the announce table. As a war of words between them continued throughout the match, Michelle Taylor defeated Asylum. Following the end of the match, Vargas, judging that Michelle is the new #1 contender for the International Championship, abandoned the announce table and entered the ring to face off with Taylor. Salvador announced that she was invoking her rematch clause for Unlimited. A heated argument ensued between Taylor, Vargas and Salvador and before Asylum could join the conversation, General Manager Nicole Rossi announced that at Unlimited, Vargas would defend the championship against Asylum, Salvador and Taylor in a "Absolution" match, which is essentially a two-out-of three falls match with the winner being the first to pin all three of their opponents.

At PRIDE 18, the one year anniversary of PRIDE Wrestling on the February 17 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, Vargas, in a backstage segment, responded to newcomer Caramel Cane, who made some controversial comments the show before about PRIDE Wrestling, criticizing the roster, its champions, and singling out Vargas and wanting a title shot against her. Cane fired back after her debut win against Cynthia Warren, making disparaging remarks at Vargas, and further wanted a title shot opportunity at Coronation. Later that night, Vargas teamed with Michelle Taylor against Bianca Salvador in a handicap match. Originally a tag team match, Asylum failed to appear. During the middle of the match, Taylor stole the International Championship. After pinning Salvador for the win, Vargas immediately went to the back to go after Taylor. On February 22, Vargas surpassed the 200-day mark as International Champion and joined Susan Rigger, Dominique Frost, Jessica Jackson, and Carmen DeVega as the only wrestlers to accomplish this feat at the time. Due to Asylum parting ways with PRIDE Wrestling earlier in the week, the four-way match at Unlimited on March 3 was now a triple threat match between Taylor, Salvador, and champion Vargas, who successfully retained her title at the event. With Jessica Jackson's 343-day Extreme Championship title reign ended by Lollipop in a triple threat Tables match also involving Kate Steele (who Lollipop pinned to win the title in an elimination match mere moments after Steele won after putting Jackson through a table) and Carmen deVega losing the PRIDE Championship in the main event to Jasmine ending her 238-day reign, Vargas, who retained at the pay-per-view (along with Gabrielle Crimson and Rainbow successfully retaining the Tag Team Championship in a rematch against Dominique Frost and Susan Rigger of Sexified Pefection), and held the International Championship in her 210th day of her reign, now was the singles longest reigning champion and longest champion overall in PRIDE AFCW.

In the main event of PRIDE 19, the March 17 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling (aired March 23), Vargas teamed with the new Extreme Champion, Lollipop, and the new PRIDE Champion, Jasmine, against the Tag Team Champions Vivid Colors and Kate Steele, but would wound up being pinned by Rainbow after Lollipop sacrificed Vargas, who got distracted by her own stablemate, and enabling Rainbow to win for her team with the Taste the Rainbow roundhouse kick. Two weeks later at PRIDE 20 on the March 31 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, (which aired April 3) she would redeem herself with a non-title match victory against Leona Vega. Caramel Cane would continue to relentlessly insult Vargas over a perceived weight issue and soon the two would meet at PRIDE 21 on the April 14 edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, where Vargas, who surpassed Susan Rigger and Dominique Frost's tag team title reign the very night, teamed with Kate Steele in a losing effort to Cane and Lollipop in a tag team match, after Cane used a pair of brass knuckles and knocked out Steele. As Cane and Lollipop celebrated with their managers, Stacey and PRIDE co-General Manger Nicole Rossi, Steele inadvertently hit Rossi with a steel chair to the head which was meant for Lollipop. A massive brawl then took place, but Vargas, wanting no part of it, quickly slipped away from the scene while Cane was distracted.

At PRIDE 22 on the following edition of Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling on April 28, 2013, she had a match with Lollipop, but was disqualified moments into the match after she hit Lollipop in the face with her International Championship. She then cut a promo, taunting both Lollipop and Kate Steele and mocking hardcore wrestling as a whole, mentioning how easy it was to hit people with stuff like they do in their matches, and she had just given a demonstration of that. Prior to leaving, however, Lollipop grabbed Vargas by the leg with a dragon screw legwhip, which then prompted a brawl between the two. At Spring Outbreak on May 12, Vargas lost the International Championship to Caramel Cane following interference and outside help from stablemates Lollipop and Stacey MacKenzie. Lollipop, who distracted the referee and Vargas and which led to Stacey Mackenzie the opportunity to sneak in a pair of brass knuckles for Caramel Cane to use, which she did to lay Vargas out and pick up the victory, becoming the new International Championship and ending her nine-month reign in the process, which lasted a total of 280 days and setting the new record for longest reign in the championship's history and second overall singles reign in PRIDE history, following Jessica Jackson's 343-day run as PRIDE Extreme Champion.

After the events of Spring Outbreak, PRIDE went on its first European Tour. In addition, PRIDE Wrestling was moved to Monday nights, and was to be renamed as "Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling". At PRIDE 23 on the June 24 edition of Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling (aired July 1), Vargas defeated Kate Steele in a singles match to end her three-match losing streak, and then Bianca Salvador and Emma Danielson in a triple threat match the following show at PRIDE 24 on the July 8 edition of Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling (aired August 4), after forcing Salvador to submit to the Red Peril 2. On the final show before Coronation at PRIDE 25 on the September 2 edition of Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling (rescheduled from August 19), she defeated Cynthia Warren also by submission with the Red Peril 2. Later on in the show, it was announced that Vargas would get her re-match for the International Championship against Caramel Cane at Coronation on September 15. At Coronation, she was unsuccessful in regaining the International Championship, again due to Cane using a pair of brass knuckles to knock Vargas out twice in the match to retain her title. At PRIDE 26 on the October 14 edition of Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling (aired October 26), she redeemed herself with a singles match victory against Michelle Taylor, to bring her winning streak on the show to four.

At the PRIDE AFCW 2nd Anniversary edition of Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling on March 9 (rescheduled from February 17), Vargas defeated Mikaela Demidov for the second time and improved her winning streak to five. At Apotheosis II on March 23, Vargas defeated Gabrielle Crimson in a singles match to remain unbeaten at the event and her second consecutive singles match victory at the pay-per-view. It was announced weeks later that PRIDE had folded, cancelling all of its scheduled events for the year. In all, Vargas wrestled the most matches throughout the company's tenure appearing on nearly every show, 36 in all, with the exception of PRIDE 5 due to weather conditions, and PRIDE 16 and 17 as a precaution following an neck injury scare when Emma Danielson hit Vargas with her running crucifx powerbomb during a match in the final PRIDE broadcast of 2012 at PRIDE 15 on December 30, 2012) and all eight pay-per-view events. In addition, she holds the record for most wins (22) and fewest losses (10, including a battle royal) overall and in singles competition (with a record of 18-5).

World Elite Wrestling (2012-2013)

On August 15, Vargas signed a contract with World Elite Wrestling and was assigned to its Friday Night Adrenaline brand. She made her debut at the brand's pre-show, Friday Night Anarchy, on August 24 and competed in a triple threat match pinning Lluvia Luna which also included Bailey Hawkins. At the next event two weeks later, she defeated Maria Kanellis-Swagger in a singles match, but would suffer her first defeat in the main event of Anarchy to Shady Lane on September 28 before being called up to the main roster. Vargas made her WEW in-ring debut on the October 5 edition of Adrenaline in a losing effort to JJ Goldberg and would lose to Caroline in a Bra and Panties match on the October 14th "Nathan Parker Appreciation Night" edition of Adrenaline. On the November 9 edition of Adrenaline, Vargas teamed with Caroline in a losing effort to The Hellcats (Zharya Burke and Shauvon) when Caroline was pinned by Burke. On the November 16 edition of Anarchy, Vargas defeated Jessie Goldberg to finally end her four-match losing streak. On the November 23 edition of Adrenaline, she was named by General Manager Haylee Beaulieu as one of the two opponents to compete in a number one contender's match for a shot at Rhiannon's WEW Women's Championship at Free Fall to Fury, with her opponent to be from the Armada Latina stable. Later defeating Caroline that night, Vargas' opponent turned out to be Rosa Acosta, the newest member to join the Armada Latina stable. That led to the November 30 edition of Adrenaline, where Vargas would defeat Acosta, due to the interference of Brian James, for her third consecutive victory. At Free Fall to Fury on December 9, Vargas was unsuccessful in capturing the Women's Championship from Rhiannon. On the final Anarchy of 2012 on December 21, Vargas redeemed herself from her loss at pay-per-view with a singles match victory against Catelyn Vaine, marking her third straight victory on the show.

On the first Adrenaline of 2013 on January 4, her winning streak came to an end in a loss to Trish Newborn when Newborn locked in her "No Regret" Texas cloverleaf submission. Doctors immediately attended to Vargas afterwards. On the next edition on January 18 (aired on January 24), she assaulted Catelyn Vaine ahead of their match at the start of the show resulting in a no contest and later that night berated Rhiannon from the Titantron and goading her as she gave chase, costing Rhiannon her match against Trish Newborn via countout. The following Vegas themed Adrenaline Super Show on February 8 (aired February 10), saw her once again unsuccessfully challenge Rhiannon for the Women's Championship, this time in a 2 out of 3 Falls match, losing two falls to one. On the March 15 edition of Adrenaline, Vargas lost to Shauvon in a singles match. On the April 19 edition of Friday Night Anarchy, she fought Keisha Harris to a draw in her debut, when after converting a suplex from the top rope, neither woman was able to answer the ten-count. This would also be her last match with the promotion before she was unceremoniously released on April 20.

Championship Pro Wrestling (2013)

Vargas was signed to Championship Pro Wrestling (CPW) on May 21, 2013. On the promotion's first show, the May 29 edition of CPW TV 1, she participated in an eight-woman tournament to crown the company's first Siren's Champion. She went on to defeat Miyoko Oshiro in the first round, but would fall to Zelda Knite, who defeated Angel Kash, the following week in the semifinals in what was a hard fought contest and the match of the night. The following week on CPW TV 3, the two would face one another in a tag team match, with Vargas teaming with Crystal Hilton in her debut, and Zelda teaming with Roxi Johnson, who both would be challenging one another in the finals of the Siren's Championship tournament finals at Undisputed. For the second consecutive week, the tag team contest was match of the night and it resulted in controversy, with Roxi and Vargas both claiming pinfall victories over Crystal and Zelda respectively. However, the referee counted Johnson's yet missed Vargas', giving Roxi and Zelda the victory. After the match, Vargas attacked Roxi and laid her out with the "Black Rose Overdrive" before storming out of the ring. Later on in the show, an angry Cynthia Warren demanded a match against Crystal Hilton, to which General Manager Maria Salvatore informed Warren that she will be facing Mercedes Vargas in a number one contender's match at Undisputed with Crystal Hilton serving as special guest referee. At Undisputed on June 23, Hilton blatantly used a fast count, allowing Vargas to defeat Warren to become the number one contender to the CPW Sirens Championship, earning a title match versus Zelda Knite, who later on defeated Roxi Johnson in the finals of the Sirens Championship Tournament, at July's Canadian Chaos event. Tensions brewed between Warren and Hilton after the match, which Vargas took advantage of as she laid out Hilton with the "Black Rose Overdrive" to some mild applause. On the following CPW TV after Undisputed on July 3, Vargas lost her third straight match on the show and second in singles competition, when she was pinned by Roxi Johnson following the "Ray of Hope" springboard roundhouse kick. The following week on CPW TV # 5 on July 10, Vargas, Roxi and Zelda appeared in a backstage segment where Maria Salvatore informed them that the Siren's Championship match at Canadian Chaos will now involve Roxi Johnson, making it a triple threat match, due to Johnson pinning her last week. Following the segment, Vargas lost to Heather Stripes in a singles match when in the middle of hitting her finishing move on Stripes, she was distracted by Zelda Knite's entrance music, which allowed Stripes to hit her finishing move on Vargas for the victory, her fourth straight loss, and third loss in singles competition. The following week at CPW # 6, Vargas, who was not scheduled to compete that night, cut a promo about her recent misfortunes, labeling them as a conspiracy by CPW and naming General Manager and President Maria Salvatore as the person responsible. Later that same episode, Vargas attacked Zelda Knite following her victory against Heather Stripes until Roxi Johnson came down for the save. Unaware of who attacked her, Zelda inadvertently hit Roxi with a Contra Code, and then Vargas sneaked back into the ring and nailed Knite with the Siren's Championship. Standing over her, Vargas held the title before she draped the title over Knite's prone body and promptly left the ring. Vargas was later told by Maria Salvatore that the Sirens Championship match would now be a triple threat elimination match at Canadian Chaos. At the pay-per-view, Vargas would first eliminate Knite to cause her first pinfall loss in CPW, however Johnson would win the match and retain the title when Vargas was pinned. The following week on CPW TV # 7, she cut a promo about her loss at the pay-per-view and on Roxi Johnson, claiming that she was an opportunist, a liar, and a fraud and vowed that she would become Sirens Champion. Vargas later defeated Angel Kash to end her four-match losing streak. After Roxi Johnson successfully defended her title against Keira Fisher in the main event, Vargas stormed the ring and attacked both exhausted wrestlers. She then knocked Roxi into Keira, toppling them both over, then grabbed the CPW Siren's title and proceeded to lay out both Roxi and Keira with it. Vargas stared at the CPW Sirens Championship before holding it high above her head as the show went off the air. On CPW TV # 8 the following week on August 14, Vargas once again became the number one contender to the Sirens Championship by pinning Heather Stripes in a fatal four-way match that also included Zelda Knite and Keira Fisher. Vargas now gets to challenge Roxi Johnson for her championship at Picture Perfect. On the go-home show of CPW TV #9 on August 21 (aired August 23), Roxi and Keira defeated Starrs and Stripes (Addisyn Starr and Heather Stripes) in a tag team match when Roxi was able to hit Addisyn with her Ray of Hope and at the same time Keira nailed Heather with a Deadly Sins finishers before both pinned their opponents at the same time for the win. After the match, Vargas appeared on screen applauding their efforts and vowing that she was going to end Roxi's reign and become the new Sirens Champion. After leaving an eerily message as the feeds cuts, Keira was suddenly attacked from behind by Vargas. She knocked Roxi into Keira and began beating up on the latter, using the title. Just as she was going to strike again, Roxi snatched the belt at the last second and warded her off by clotheslining her out the ring and to the floor. Vargas backed up the ramp as Roxi and Keira stared her down. CPW # 9 would be the final show for the company as the Picture Perfect pay-per-view never happened, leaving Roxi Johnson as the final Sirens Champion.

Sin City Wrestling (2013-present)

Vargas signed with Sin City Wrestling (SCW) on May 21, 2013. She made her in-ring debut at Climax Control 52 on June 2, defeating Faith in a singles match, and then won a four corners Roulette Rules First Blood match at Into the Void II on June 23 against Ambrosia Grey, Lauren Jackson and Joanne Canelli, after hitting Grey with brass knuckles to become the number one contender to the SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship, earning a future title match versus the champion Necra Octavian Kane. Vargas lost her first match in SCW the following week at Climax Control 54 on July 7 where she and Kain lost to Kane and Max Burke in a Roulette Rules mixed tag team Tornado match, following Burke pinning Kain with a backslide pin. At Climax Control 56 on July 21, Vargas cut a promo about her Bombshell Roulette Championship match against Necra Octavian Kane, which took place the following show at Climax Control 57 on the "Sunday Night Seduction" all-Bombshell special edition. Vargas unsuccessfully challenged Kane for the Bombshell Roulette Championship in a Roulette Rules Paddle on a Pole match for her second consecutive loss. Following the match, Kane attacked Vargas with the paddle and broke it over Vargas' head before taking her title and leaving as Vargas was attended to in the ring. At Summer XXXtreme II on August 18, Vargas participated in a Roulette Rules X Rules Pool Party match for the Bombshell Roulette Championship, which took place aboard the cruiseliner Royal Monarch against Laura Jackson, Jessie Salco, Emma Rose and Nessa Wall of Atlantic Championship Wrestling (ACW), and defending Bombshell Roulette Champion, Necra Octavian Kane. Vargas and Emma Rose were eliminated at the same time, following Laura Jackson, and the match came down to Nessa Wall and Kane, and Wall eliminating Kane last and throwing her into the pool to win the match and become the new champion, ending her 119-day reign.

Bombshell Roulette Champion; feuding with Amy Marshall (2013)

At Climax Control 59 on September 1, Vargas defeated Jessie Salco in a singles match. The following week, she was given another shot at the Bombshell Roulette Championship in a triple threat Roulette Rules Ultimate X match against champion Nessa Wall and Vixen, but was unsuccessful as Wall retained her championship. On the final Climax Control before the High Stakes III pay-per-view on September 29, Vargas teamed with Necra Octavian Kane in a winning effort against Wall and Jessie Salco, when Wall walked out on her partner, allowing Kane to pin Salco after the My Fair Lady for the victory.

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Vargas arriving at the arena before the High Stakes III event

At High Stakes III on October 13, Vargas defeated Wall and Traci Patterson in a triple threat Roulette Rules 5-count match to win her first SCW championship, pinning Wall after the "Black Rose Overdrive", and ending her reign at 56 days. In the main event of the October 27 Halloween special at Climax Control 64, she teamed with Bombshell Champion Gothika to defeat the SCW Bombshell Tag Team Champions Misty and Vixen in a non-title match after Vargas and Gothika performed an electric chair drop on Misty, allowing Gothika to get the pinfall victory. The following week at Climax Control 65, Vargas successfully defended her title against Traci Patterson in a Roulette Rules Street Fight, which took place inside the parking garage. Following the victory, Vargas helped up Patterson and offered her hand to shake as a sign of respect. Patterson pretended to shake Vargas' hand, only to ultimately hip toss her into a waiting delivery truck, which then drove away from the arena.

At Climax Control 67 on November 17, she defended the title for the second time in three weeks, this time against Amy Marshall in a Roulette Rules Kennel from Hell match, where Marshall went on to escape the cage to become the new Bombshell Roulette Champion, ending Vargas' reign at only 35 days. She got a rematch for the title at December to Dismember II three weeks later on December 8, but was unsuccessful in recapturing the title from Marshall in a Roulette Rules Two out of Three Falls Tables match, losing 2 falls to 1. At Climax Control 70, Vargas competed in a Roulette Rules fatal four-way elimination Santa's Little Helpers match against Lizzie Short, Traci Patterson, and Joanne Canelli, who Vargas lastly eliminated, to become the number one contender to Marshall's Bombshell Roulette Championship, which Vargas would go on to win in the return match at Climax Control 71 on January 5, 2014 in a Roulette Rules Powderpuff match in their sixth meeting, ending Marshall's 49-day reign and pinning Marshall for the fourth time and joining Alexis Morrison as the only Bombshells in SCW history to hold the title on two occasions at the time. In the main event at Climax Control 73 on January 19, Vargas once again teaming with Bombshell Champion Gothika, but this time lost to Necra Octavian Kane and Traci Patterson, with Kane pinning Gothika to win for her team. At My Bloody Valentine on February 2, Vargas successfully retained her title against Traci Patterson and Jessie Salco in a triple threat Roulette Rules 5-count match after pinning Patterson with the "Black Rose Overdrive". Following the match, special guest referee Karina Koji, who made her appearance at the pay-per-view earlier in the night, begrudgingly returned the championship to Vargas, shoving it in her chest. As her entrance music played, Vargas motioned for Koji to raise her arm before aiming for Koji's head with the title belt. Koji ducked, and took Vargas off her feet with a Russian leg sweep before stomping away at Vargas and then spat at her before leaving the ring. In the main event at Climax Control 75 on February 23, Vargas lost the Bombshell Roulette Championship to Necra Octavian Kane in a Roulette Rules Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match as Necra became the third Bombshell to win the title on two occasions.

Bombshell Tag Team Champion, feuding with Zuri Justice, and joining the Mean Girls (2014)

On March 9 at Climax Control 77, Vargas and Traci challenged Emma Rose and Joanne Canelli for the Bombshell Tag Team Championship they won from Misty and Vixen to become the new Bombshell Tag Team Champions at the My Bloody Valentine pay-per-view on February 2. In the match, Vargas and Patterson defeated the new champions when Patterson scored the pinfall on Rose with the Heart of Texas sitdown powerbomb. With the win, Vargas won her fourth tag team championship of her career, her second SCW championship and third overall following her two reigns with the Bombshell Roulette Championship and became one of seven SCW Bombshells (along with Joanne Canelli, Amy Marshall, Vixen, Necra Octavian Kane, Jessie Salco and Becky "Ragdoll" Jones) to have held both the Bombshell Roulette Championship and Bombshell Tag Team Championship. At the Blaze of Glory III pay-per-view on March 30, Vargas and Patterson lost the Tag Team Championship to the Freakettes (Felony Fontana and Rock Rose), as Vargas was pinned for the first time in nearly ten months after Rose pinned her following the Erotic Asphyxiation, though she still remained unpinned in singles matches (Vargas held the record for longest unpinned/unsubmitted streak by a Bombshell for nearly nine months before Delia Darling surpassed the mark on December 22, 2014. The SCW record is held by Despayre who went unpinned for four years, at 1,701 days, from October 9, 2011 to June 5, 2016). At Climax Control 80 on April 20, Vargas participated in an 11-woman battle royal for a main event match against number one contender Amy Marshall for the Bombshell Roulette Championship (vacated by Bombshell Champion Vixen later in the week after she won the Bombshell Roulette Championship from Necra Octavian Kane at Blaze of Glory III on March 30). Vargas was among the final three wrestlers, along with Electra Styles and Emma Rose. Vargas was eliminated by Electra who was then eliminated by Rose, who would eventually defeat Marshall in the main event to win the vacant championship, her first and only title, and become the new champion. The following week, Vargas and Traci Patterson cashed in their rematch clause against The Freakettes for the SCW Bombshell Tag Team Championship, but would again be defeated after Fontana hitting her finishing move on Patterson before tackling Vargas, and leaving Rock Rose to earn the pinfall on Patterson. At Climax Control 83 on May 11, she and SCW Bombshell Roulette Champion Emma Rose defeated SCW Bombshell Champion Roxi Johnson and Electra Styles when Rose pinned Johnson after hitting her Kia Kanna finishing move. At Chaos in Cape Town on May 25, she competed in a four-way elimination lumberjill match for the Bombshell Roulette Championship against Cynthia Warren, Joanne Canelli, and the champion Emma Rose, but was unsuccessful, being eliminating second in the match by Joanne Canelli, who made it to the final two before losing to eventual winner Rose retaining the title. At Climax Control 85 on June 15, Vargas pinned Amy Marshall in a triple threat match that also involved Joanne Canelli to become the number one contender to the Bombshell Roulette Championship. Earlier in the night, she confronted Zuri Justice, which would begin a feud between the two. The following week, the two entered into a shoving match before security and referees arrived on the scene. In the main event at Climax Control 87 on June 29, Vargas and Traci were given another shot at The Freakettes for the Bombshell Tag Team Championship and were successful in defeating them following Patterson's pinfall on Felony to become the first-ever two-time Bombshell Tag Team Champions, the first-ever two-time champions in SCW, and Vargas earning her fourth SCW championship reign, both overall and in 2014 (the four reigns remain a Bombshell and SCW record). The win also made Vargas the first Bombshell in SCW history to record multiple reigns with the Bombshell Roulette and Bombshell Tag Team Championships. In addition, the win marked Vargas' fifth tag team championship in her professional career. The following week, Vargas and Zuri traded sneak attacks against the other, with Zuri and her sister Blanca assaulting Vargas and leaving her unconscious. Later in the evening, Amy Marshall and Jessie Salco defeated Marisol Hawkes and Tiami Tyler to become the number one contenders to the Bombshell Tag Team Championship, earning themselves a match with Vargas and Traci at Into the Void III. Vargas and Traci would appear at the entrance ramp to applaud their efforts before the two teams entered into a wild brawl. At Into the Void III, Vargas and Patterson's reign, much like their first, lasted only 21 days as they lost the Bombshell Tag Team Championship to Marshall and Salco. At Climax Control 89, Vargas became the newest member of the Mean Girls, led by Delia Darling, before later on appearing with the group, but did not take part in, a five-on-one beatdown on the returning Misty, along with the other members of the group in Veronica Taylor, Angelica, Mz. Hollywood, Contessa Flannigan and Liz Smalls. The following week at Climax Control 90 on August 10, Vixen was successful in retaining the Bombshell Championship, which spoiled Mercedes's chance of becoming SCW's second Bombshell Triple Crown winner after Vixen as well as ending her 14-month singles unpinned streak at 434 days, which still stands as a SCW Bombshell record three years later and the second-longest unpinned streak in SCW history (after Despayre's 1,701-day unpinned/unsubmitted streak from October 9, 2011 to June 5, 2016 which lasted for more than 4 years).

SCW staged a tournament to determine number one contenders to the SCW Roulette and Bombshell Roulette Championships, held by then champions Equinox and Necra Octavian Kane - who defeated Emma Rose for the title at Into the Void III on July 20 - respectively. Named the "Going for the Gold Tournament", the tournament consisted of three triple threat qualifying matches, with the winners earning a spot in a four-way survival match against the champions at Violent Conduct II. At Climax Control 91, on August 3, Natalie McKinley defeated Katherine Kessington and La Paloma, who later unmasked and revealed herself as Crystal Hilton the following week, in a hardcore match; Vargas defeated Trishelle Jordan and Traci Patterson in a ladder match the next week at Climax Control 92, and Joanne Canelli earned the final spot in the match the following week on the go-home show before the pay-per-view, defeating Crystal Hilton and Zuri Justice, who suffered an injury during the match, in a five-count match, by pinning Hilton. Later in the main event, Vargas teamed with fellow Mean Girls Veronica Taylor and Delia Darling to take on Misty, Roxi Johnson and Amy Marshall. Vargas was the legal woman of her team while Roxi tagged in Misty before the match broke down and a brawl happened. Delia Darling pinned Amy Marshall for the win after hitting the Le Bitch Bomb and pulling Marshall's tights. Following the contest, Misty, Johnson, and Marshall protested to the referee that neither Marshall or Darling was the legal women in the match while Delia, Vargas, and Veronica had a standoff with Vixen, who was sitting ringside on commentary. Vixen stood to her feet ready for a physical encounter, but Delia instead pointed to her Bombshell Championship and motioned at her waist. This distraction led to Misty, Marshall, and Johnson to all hit suicide dives on the Mean Girls. A chase began as the Mean Girls escaped the arena, jumping over the barricade and escaping through the crowd, with Misty, Marshall and Johnson in pursuit to close the show. At Violent Conduct II on September 14, Vargas joined Misty, Vixen, and Necra Octvian Kane as the only Bombshells in SCW history to hold a Bombshells singles title three times when she defeated Necra Octavian Kane, Natalie McKinley and Joanne Canelli in a Four Corners Survival match, having pinned McKinley after the Mercy Shot, to win the Bombshell Roulette Championship and a record-tying third reign, making her just the second Bombshell after Kane to hold the title on three occasions and the first Bombshell to have held four different title reigns in a calendar year, with her previous two reigns as World Bombshell Tag Team Champion and second reign as Bombshell Roulette Champion. Later on that night, Veronica Taylor teamed with Liz Smalls to win the Bombshell Tag Team Championship and their first titles in SCW by defeating The Metal and Punk Connection (Amy Marshall and Jessie Salco), while Delia Darling also won her first title in SCW after defeating Vixen to become the new Bombshell Champion as the Mean Girls now held all of the female-based championships in the promotion. Following the supershow two weeks later at Climax Control 94 on September 28, Vargas appeared in an in-ring segment with the rest of the Mean Girls celebrating their victories before later on being seen with the group beating down Jessie Salco and Misty. Vargas went on to successfully defend the Bombshell Roulette Championship in her first defense, defeating Necra Octavian Kane in her contractual rematch in the first-ever Roulette Rules Prison Chamber match featuring Bombshells. Following the match, Vargas was attacked by Zuri Chastain, who revealed she would be challenging Vargas for the Bombshell Roulette Championship. The following week, Vargas faced both Chastain Sisters, Blanca and Zuri, in a non-title 2-on-1 handicap match, originally booked for Violent Conduct II and ultimately scrapped due to Zuri being injured, and was defeated after Blanca used brass knuckles and then pinned her following the Bimbo Breaker. Following the match, Angelica joined Vargas in attacking both sisters before leaving the ring. Later on in the evening, Delia Darling retain the Bombshell Championship against Roxi Johnson and Traci Patterson in the main event, following interference from Vargas after she inadvertently hit Patterson with the Bombshell Roulette title belt when Traci reached out through the ropes and grabbed a handful of Vargas's hair. Just as Johnson could make the cover, however, Delia grabbed Johnson and dumped her out to the floor before pinning Patterson for the win and retained her title.

During the SCW Awards on October 12 at Climax Control 96, The Mean Girls were named for three awards, with Veronica Taylor winning the Most Improved of the Year, Delia Darling, the SCW Future Star of the Year, and the stable winning the Feud of the Year for the ongoing Mean Girls versus Bombshells feud. Later in the evening a battle royal was setup to determine Veronica's new partner and owning the other set of the Bombshell Tag Team Championship after Liz Smalls left the promotion only after three months. The following show at Climax Control 97 on October 19, Vargas appeared with Veronica Taylor during a number one contender's match between Roxi Johnson and Misty, with the winner facing Bombshell Champion Delia Darling for the title at High Stakes. Vargas and Taylor distracted Roxi, causing Misty to take advantage and win the match. Misty invited Vargas and Veronica to the ring and Angelica used the distraction to attack Misty with a chair, however, Misty ducked and Veronica was hit in the face instead. Misty took Tessa's feet from under her before wrestling the chair away. Vargas attempted to attack Misty with her championship but was taken out by Roxi when she hit the Ray of Hope. Later in the main event of the evening, Vargas retained the Bombshell Roulette Championship for the second time in three weeks when she defeated Cynthia Warren in a Strap match and remained undefeated against Warren in singles matches with her fourth straight victory against her. After the match, she invited the rest of the Mean Girls in celebrating her victory when the lights went out. When they came back on, the Daughters of Darkness, led by Necra and having Joanne Canelli, and the Chastain Sisters Blanca and Zuri and their brother Rory as members, appeared. Rory attacked Mz. Hollywood, Necra and Joanne kept Veronica and Delia at bay, and Blanca and Necra's maids held Angelica and Tessa Flannigan at bay. Zuri then attacked Vargas before hitting her with the Bimbo Breaker and then closing the show as she draped the Bombshell Roulette Championship over Vargas's body, vowing that the Daughters of Darkness was not only going to win the Bombshell Tag Team Championship, but that Zuri was going to win Vargas's title as well at High Stakes IV. At High Stakes IV on November 9, she successfully defended the title for the third time in six weeks in a Roulette Rules Three Stages of Hell match against Chastain. In the first match, a Last Bombshell Standing match, Chastain could not answer the referee's count of ten after she was speared by Vargas through a table set up against the turnbuckle, giving Vargas the victory and leading the series. The next fall was a First Blood match, won by Chastain, after she superkicked a chair into Vargas' face, striking blood, evening up the series, leading into the Hell in a Cell match, which Vargas won after she hit a Black Rose Overdrive on Chastain through the announce table. With Veronica Taylor and Joanne Canelli retaining the Bombshell Tag Team Championship against Jessie Salco and Cynthia Warren earlier in the show and Delia Darling retaining the Bombshell Championship against Misty in her second defense in five weeks during the first main event, the Mean Girls not only retained their titles, but also swept all of their matches for the third supershow in a row, following Into the Void III and Violent Conduct II respectively. On the 100th edition of Climax Control on November 30, Vargas retained the Bombshell Roulette Championship in her fourth defense in 11 weeks in a triple threat match against Zuri Chastain and Traci Patterson after making Chastain submit to the Red Peril 2, thereby ending their over five month feud. With the win, Vargas also broke a 3-3 tie with Necra Octavian Kane and claimed sole possession of being the most defending Bombshell Roulette Champion in history as well as surpassing Roxi Johnson's 3 defenses in her first reign as World Bombshell Champion (and breaking her 15 month record established at Summer XXXtreme II on August 18, 2015, which she would break Misty's record of 2 defenses at Hostile Takeover on April 28, 2013 three months earlier) for the record for most Bombshell singles defenses, with four as well as overtake The Fallen for most combined Bombshell title defenses of any kind with six. At Climax Control 102 on December 14, Vargas teamed with Mikah Stephens and Desiree Drake in a six-Bombshell tag team team match against Melody Grace, Roxi Johnson and Misty, however her team was not successful as Johnson scored the pinfall on Drake following the Ray of Hope springboard kick for the win. On December 23, Vargas became just the second Bombshell Roulette Champion (after Necra Octavian Kane), the fifth overall Bombshell singles champion (after Misty, Necra Octavian Kane, Roxi Johnson and Gothika), and the overall 12th singles champion (after Nick Jones, James Huntington-Hawkes III, Spike Staggs, Misty, Necra Octavian Kane, Roxi Johnson, Gothika, Brother Grimm, Simon Jones, Equinox, Drake Green) and 16th champion (after Nick Jones, Sinful Obsession, James Huntington-Hawkes III, Spike Staggs, The Fallen, Misty, Necra Octavian Kane, James Huntington-Hawkes III and Giani Di Luca, Roxi Johnson, Misty and Vixen, Gothika, Brother Grimm, Simon Jones, Equinox, Drake Green), male or female, in SCW history to surpass 100 days during a single reign. It was revealed days later that her next scheduled defense would be against Traci Patterson at the Inception pay-per-view on January 11, 2015.

Reaching Milestones, Setting Records and Longest Reigning Bombshell Roulette Champion (2015)

On January 1, 2015, Vargas became the third Bombshell (after Becky Jones and Amy Marshall) to carry her Bombshell Roulette Championship reign from one calender year into the next, the second Bombshell singles champion all-time (after Gothika) to do so and the fourth singles champion male or female all-time (after Spike Staggs, Gothika, and James Huntington-Hawkes III) and third champion of any kind (after the Bosom Buddies and Spike Staggs) with a championship title. Four days later, on January 5, she became the single longest Bombshell Roulette Champion in history, surpassing Necra Octavian Kane's previous record first reign of 112 days and the record for longest singles reign length which had stood since August 18, 2013. Kane had held the record for 14 months after surpassing inaugural champion Kittie's 70-day reign from June 17 to August 26, 2012, on July 8, 2013, which had been established as the record and that Kittle held for 10 months; Kane's record stood for 72 weeks, or 1 year, 4 months and 18 days. Vargas' record stood for 17 months until it was broken by Kate Steele on August 8, 2016. Steele's reign, which began on February 14, ended at 182 days, six days after she broke the record. At Inception on January 11, Vargas defeated Traci Patterson in a Last Bombshell Standing match to extend her record to five defenses and for the second time in a title match, dating back to last year. The following day, she surpassed Necra Octavian Kane's 203 days over 3 reigns as Bombshell Roulette Champion to set the record for longest combined Bombshell Roulette Championship reign. On the first Climax Control of 2015 at "Climax Control 104" on January 25, SCW announced that both the SCW Heavyweight and Bombshell Championships would receive world title status, a year-long world tour, as well as the start of the third annual Blast From the Past Mixed Tag Team Tournament. Vargas was one of 16 Bombshells participating in the tournament. In the night's main event and the final match of the first-half of the 16-team field, Vargas was paired with one half of the new SCW Tag Team Champions and one-half of the Player's Club in JT Midas as they faced the team of Roxi Johnson and the other half of the team in Caleb Houston. During the conclusion of the match, Houston tagged Johnson into the match, but Vargas, having enough of the shenanigans that went on throughout the match regarding the friendship between Midas and Houston, jumped down from the ring and apron and refused to enter the match, yelling at Midas to man up and fight Houston. Midas looked back at Houston, apprehensive about fighting his own tag partner. Houston, however, turned and tagged in Roxi Johnson, but Vargas still refused to get into the ring and starts to walk out from the match. Midas rushed out of the ring, trying to stop her. She shooked her head, and tried to step around him, but Midas would not let her leave. When Johnson heads to the ring to get Vargas herself, Houston quickly rushed out of the ring and over to them. Roxi yelled at Caleb to let her handle it, but he refused and he gently grabbed a hold of Vargas's arm, trying to spin her around as she yelled at Midas, but Vargas pretended as though her arm was broken as she collapsed to the ground screaming in "pain". Houston and Midas looked down, confused, and referee Jasmine rushed out of the ring to check on Vargas before calling for the bell seconds later and Houston and Johnson were disqualified, awarding the win to Vargas and Midas. Eight days later, she surpassed Misty's 224 days over 3 reigns as Bombshell Champion to set the record for longest combined Bombshell singles championship reign on February 2. Six days later at Climax Control 106 on February 8, Midas and Vargas met Misty and Andrew Watts, who defeated the mixed tag teams of Patient #026 and Mikah Stephens in the first round, but would be eliminated from the tournament when Watts pinned Midas.

The following day, she surpassed Gothika's 147-day reign as Bombshell Champion to become the all-time singles longest Bombshell champion and second longest singles champion all time, male or female, in SCW history, as well as Vargas surpassing Nick Jones' 231 days over two reigns as SCW World Champion to set the record for longest combined singles reign all-time by a champion, male or female, and the second-longest all-time combined reign by a champion, male or female, in SCW history (Vargas held the record for longest Bombshell singles reign for 9 months until Mikah Stephens surpassed it in mid-November 2015 on the 176th day of her World Bombshell reign and the record for second-place for longest combined reign of any kind for 6 months until Raynin and Gothika of The Fallen surpassed it in mid-September 2015 on the 64th day, the 260th combined day, of their 3rd title reign. They eventually lost the titles three weeks later at High Stakes V on October 18 after setting the record, which ended their reign at 91 days and combined reign at 287 days respectively). On Valentine's Day, Vargas celebrated her record fifth month of her reign, sharing the record with Delia Darling as the first Bombshell singles champion in SCW history, and fourth SCW singles champion all-time, male or female, to have a reign that long (after Spike Staggs, Nick Jones, and Equinox). (This record was broken by Mikah on November 24th, the 184th day of her World Bombshell Championship reign, when she celebrated the 6th month of her reign)

The following day at Climax Control 107 on the February 15, Natalie McKinley appeared on the Titantron in a message and made known her intentions of challenging for the Bombshell Roulette Championship, which would set up a non-title match between McKinley and Vargas for the next show. On February 16, Vargas surpassed Nick Jones and Equinox's 154-day reigns with the SCW World and Roulette Championships respectively to move into second-place all-time for longest SCW singles title reign. On the go-home episode of Climax Control at Climax Control 108 on February 22, she would lose to Natalie McKinley in a non-title match, which in effect set up a return championship match between the two at Blaze of Glory IV later in early March. One week prior to the rematch, Vargas surpassed Spike Staggs' 168-day reign as SCW World Champion to set the record for longest singles champion male or female in history, a record Vargas co-shared with Delia Darling during Darling's World Bombshell Championship reign, and would hold for 8 months until Mikah Stephens surpassed it on the 176th day of her reign on November 16, 2015. Vargas near six-month reign came to an end when she was defeated by McKinley on March 8 at Blaze of Glory IV in a Roulette Rules Inferno match. The loss also ended her three-match pay-per-view streak and six-match winning streak in Roulette Rules matches (12-6) and first loss in over a year since February 23, 2014 at Climax Control 75 in a main event TLC match against Necra Octavian Kane who ended her second reign with the Bombshell Roulette Championship. Later in the night, the Mean Girls misfortunes continued as Veronica Taylor was defeated by Keira Fisher in a singles match, Amanda Cortez, teaming up with Despayre, lost to Misty and Andrew Watts in the finals of the Blast From the Past Mixed Tag Team Tournament and Amy Marshall defeated Delia Darling ending her five-month, 175-day reign and 378-day singles unbeaten streak (1 year and 13 days) to become the new SCW World Bombshell Champion. Two weeks later at Climax Control 109 on March 22, Vargas cut a promo talking about the Mean Girls defeats at the supershow and declared "open season" on the Bombshells roster. Later that evening, she sprung a trap on Mz. Holly Wood backstage that led to an attack by the group. Vargas then teamed with Delia Darling to defeat The Metal and Punk Connection, after Vargas pinned Jessie Salco for the second time. The following week, after Amanda Cortez and Veronica Taylor retained the Bombshell Tag Team Championship against Candy Overton and Cynthia Warren, the Mean Girls interrupted an interview with Azz N' Class (Torielle Jackson and Chanelle Martinez) and attacked them as well. Later in the night, Delia Darling had a confrontation with Twisted Sister that led to the latter sending Darling through a vanity mirror followed by being scarred with a hot iron. Arriving on the scene, the rest of the Mean Girls confronted Twisted Sister as security came between the two. As the commotion continued, Vargas was seen leading Delia away to the infirmary for medical attention. On the Easter Sunday edition of Climax Control at Climax Control 111 on April 5, Vargas was defeated by Keira Fisher by pinfall. At the Mayhem in Morocco supershow a month later, Amanda Cortez and Veronica Taylor retained the SCW Bombshell Tag Team Championship against Candy Overton and Cindy Warren for a second time, with Cortez pinning Overton, while Delia Darling defeated Twisted Sister in a hardcore match. Evidence of discontent among the Mean Girls was seen when later in the night when Veronica and Delia Darling got into an heated argument that stemmed from a previous backstage segment when Delia's bodyguard, Mad Maxxine, blew up at the group following a hard fought tag team win against Twisted Sister and Iron Maiden. Vargas sided with Delia Darling while Amanda sided with Veronica and Angelica. Vargas was given a shot at the Bombshell Internet Championship against Jessie Salco and the champion, Roxi Johnson - the matches' original contenders as a result of punishment for Salco and Johnson not making their match official by SCW management. The plan, however, would backfire on Mark Ward as Johnson pinned Vargas to retain the championship. Despite the loss, Vargas became the new Bombshell leader in most title matches wrestled in SCW history, surpassing Vixen's previous record of 24, which she held since September 14, 2014, a span of 7 months. By the time Roxi Johnson retired in her final match at Violent Conduct IV on November 20, 2016 in her 26th title match, it made Vargas the only Bombshell with more than 25-plus title matches wrestled. At Climax Control 114, two weeks after Mayhem in Morocco, on the May 16 edition of Climax Control, Vargas and Delia entered the Bombshells lockerroom, where they were hazed by the other Bombshells until Crystal Hilton befriended them. Later on, she joined Delia in an in-ring segment and announced to the crowd that they have severed ties with the Mean Girls and wanted forgiveness from the Bombshells and the fans over their actions while part of the group and then competed in a four corners match for the number one contendership for Raynin's World Bombshell Championship against Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco, and Mikah, with the winner receiving a World Bombshell Championship match set for the following show. During the closing portion of the match, Vargas attempted a high risk move from the top rope, but Veronica Taylor shoved her into the mat, where Mikah then hit her finisher on Vargas and pinned her for the win.

The following show, Vargas accompanied Delia Darling in her winning effort against Amanda Cortez, who had Veronica Taylor in her corner, due to Vargas preventing Taylor from using a steel chair, only to attack Cortez, and subsequently led Darling to the pinfall victory. The following week, Vargas and Darling were granted a World Bombshell Championship match against Veronica Taylor and Cortez, which they won to become the new champions, ending their three-month reign. The win gave Vargas her sixth tag team championship of her carer, her overall 15th championship, as well as making her the fourth Bombshell to become a three-time Bombshell Tag Team Champion (after Amy Marshal, Jessie Salco, and Veronica Taylor), making her the second overall six-time champion (after Vixen) in SCW and the fastest to accomplish this feat, in 595, or 19 months, between October 2013 and May 2015. She also became the first Bombshell to have held the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Tag Team Championship three times each. On the go-home Climax Control before Into the Void IV at Climax Control 118 on June 14, Delia Darling was attacked in a backstage segment. Later in the night, Vargas lost to Amanda Cortez in a singles match ahead of their return match for the Bombshell World Bombshell Tag Team Championship at the supershow. At Into the Void IV: Arabian Fights two weeks later, Darling and Vargas successfully retained the titles after Darling hit Taylor with her cast and pinned her. At Climax Control 120, Darling and Vargas defended the titles against two-time champions The Fallen (Gothika and Raynin) where they were defeated after Raynin pinned Vargas. The match was also a milestone for Vargas despite the loss as she became just the fifth Bombshell (after Vixen, Jessie Salco, Roxi Johnson, and Amy Marshall) to wrestle 50 TV/PPV matches and just the third-fastest (after Johnson and Marshall) to reach the milestone in the shortest time, in 25 months. Two shows later at Climax Control 122 on August 2, Vargas defeated Raynin by pinfall in a singles match. During the closing moments, Gothika had just sunk her teeth into Delia's neck just as the bell rang following the match. Delia clocked Gothika and escaped holding her hand over the bite marks on her neck. She heads over to Vargas, raising her other arm as she glares back at Gothika and Raynin, who slowly rolls of the ring to to join her tag partner. On August 23 at Summer XXXtreme III aboard the Sun Princess Cruiseliner in Brisbane, Australia, Vargas and Darling, in her debut at the event, failed to recapture the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship from The Fallen when Gothika pinned Darling for only her second pinfall loss in her SCW career, Vargas and Darling's second loss as a team in six matches, Vargas' third loss in a tag team match in her SCW career, and failing to win at Summer XXXtreme for the second time following the 2013 event. The Fallen previously lost their first two matches at the event in 2012 and 2013 to The Logan Boys for the NWA Tag Team Championship and losing the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship during their first reign to Odette Ryder and Misty respectively, who ended their five-month 168-day reign, the longest in the title's history to date since The Fallen broke Bei Contendei's nearly eight-month hold of the record for longest reign length and surpassing their 84-day mark on May 27, 2013.

Return to singles competition and World Bombshell Champion (2015 - 2016)

On the special 125th episode of Climax Control on September 13, Vargas faced SCW Bombshell Internet Champion Amy Marshall and one-half of The Fallen and SCW World Bombshell Tag Team Champions Raynin in a triple threat match. After Raynin hit the Wisky Tango Foxtrot on Marshall, Vargas stole the win when she hit the Black Rose Overdrive on Raynin for the subsequent victory and second victory over Raynin on Climax Control in six weeks. At Climax Control 127 on September 20 in her hometown of Buenos Aires, Vargas picked up her third straight victory, this time defeating Alexis Edwards. The following week on the final Climax Control before High Stakes at Climax Control 128 on October 4, she faced Crystal Hilton. During the course of the match, World Bombshell Champion Mikah interfered in the match after Vargas inadvertently knocked out the referee when she attempted to hit the Black Rose Overdrive on Hilton. Mikah hit her finishing move on Vargas then draped Hilton arm over Vargas as the revived referee counted the pinfall, solidifying the win for Hilton and ending Vargas winning streak. As a result of Mikah's actions, SCW co-owner Christian Underwood put Mikah in a triple threat match against both Vargas and Hilton at High Stakes with her title on the line, which Mikah would go on to win by pinning Vargas. At Climax Control 129 on November 2, SCW announced the Going for the Gold Tournament to determine Mikah's next challenger at the promotion's final supershow, December to Dismember on December 13th. The tournament involved nearly the entire Bombshell roster as they competed in singles, triple threat and fatal four-way matches. In the second week of first round matches, Vargas faced Lucy Seraphina and Crystal Hilton for the third time in six weeks and third match in a row following Climax Control 128 and High Stakes. Hilton would go on to win the match, pinning Vargas for the second time in five weeks. At Climax Control 132 on November 22, she suffered her fourth loss in a row, a first in her SCW carer, this time falling to Celeste North by pinfall. At December to Dismember III, Mercedes competed in the Queen for a Day battle royal against Amy Marshall, Traci Patterson, Kate Steele and newcomer Kahlan "Bliss" Fischer. The match came down to Marshall, Fischer and Vargas, where Vargas would go on to win, eliminating Fischer last to win the match and becoming the inaugural Queen for a Day winner. The win granted Vargas the opportunity to be the GM for the first edition of Climax Control in 2016 as well as a guaranteed future title match against any Bombshell champion of her choice. At the first Climax Control of 2016 on January 3 at Climax Control 135, Mercedes defeated Zuri Chastain in a Prison Chamber match, not only improving her record against Chastain 3-1, but it was the fourth year in a row that Vargas has won the first match of a new year, including her debut in June 2013. The night also saw her in random encounters with Celeste North and Alexis Edwards of The Nobodies and Candy Overton, who appeared mere moments after Vargas victory against Chastain. Both were laid out by Overton's associates after the match. Two weeks later at Climax Control 137 on the January 17, she was defeated by Crystal Millar in a singles match when Alexis Edwards, who was hiding under the ring, shoved Vargas's foot off the rope during the pinfall. Following the match, Edwards attacked Vargas before laying her out with her finishing move "Put On Notice" Kudo Driver. Ring announcer Jacob Summers and SCW medical personnel checked on Mercedes as SCW officials rush to the ring as Edwards exits the ring. On the go-home show before My Bloody Valentine at Climax Control 139 on January 31, Vargas cut a promo on Alexis Edwards following the attack and challenged her for the Bombshell Internet Championship. Later on, she was defeated by Celeste North for the second time following their first meeting on November 22 at Climax Control 132 with Edwards on commentary. Following the recent match, Edwards entered the ring and attempted to hit Mercedes with her finisher again but Vargas rolled through the lift to land on her feet and then grasp her by the hair to pull her down with a hair pull mat slam followed by a springboard leg drop that sends Edwards rolling to the side clutching at her chest. Vargas rolled to her feet and stalked towards Edwards, who rolled out of the ring to glare at Vargas. Rushing over to the announce table, she grabs the Bombshell Internet Championship and holds it up at Vargas as her other hand still clutches at her chest. Edwards made her way around the ring followed by Vargas inside the ring. Walking back to the entrance, Edwards stopped and then held up the title once more as Vargas entrance music played out. At My Bloody Valentine II, Vargas defeated Edwards in her fourth defense for the Bombshell Internet Championship, winning the match by pinfall and ending her nearly four month, 119--day reign. Edwards had previously surpassed Roxi Johnson's 112-day reign the week before the supercard on February 7. The win was her third championship in the promotion, fourth singles championship overall after her three reigns with the Bombshell Roulette Championship, and her seventh championship overall, also including her three reigns with the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship. In addition, Vargas became the fourth Bombshell (after Misty, Jessie Salco and Amy Marshall) to win a championship in consecutive years, with Misty winning the World Bombshell three years in a row in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and Jessie Salco winning the Bombshell Tag Team Championship in 2012, the Bombshell Roulette Championship in 2013 and the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship again in 2014) and the second Bombshell (after Amy Marshall) to win a championship four years in a row, having won the Bombshell Roulette Championship in 2013 and 2014 and the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship in 2015. (Marshall won the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship in 2012, the Bombshell Roulette Championship in 2013, the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship again in 2014 and the Bombshell Internet Championship in 2015). Varrgas returned to the 2016 Blast From the Past Tournament, teaming up with Derek Thorne against Melanie Gabrielle and Connor Murphy. Vargas, however, would not advance past the first round unlike last year as she was pinned by Gabrielle, resulting in a future title match between the two for Vargas' Bombshell Internet Championship on the next show. In the main event of Climax Control 142, Vargas retained the title against Gabrielle, following the Black Rose Overdrive. The win was her seventh consecutive main event win and improved her record to 8-3 overall, 2-1 in singles matches and 4-0 all-time in first defenses with a Bombshell singles championship. On the go-home Climax Control before Blaze of Glory V at Climax Control 144, Vargas teamed up with Jessie Salco, her next challenger for her title, against Candy Overton and Melody Grace, which they would go on to lose when Grace pinned Vargas after Overton hit a lowblow on Vargas and hit the Tooth Decay. At Blaze of Glory V, Salco defeated Vargas for the Bombshell Internet Championship, ending her reign at 56 days. Three weeks later, Vargas teamed up with Word Bombshell Tag Team Champions Tem Hero (Roxi Johnson and Keira Fisher) in a losing effort against The Angel Clan (Lucy Seraphina and Melanie Gabrielle) and Bombshell Internet Champion Kate Steele when Gabrielle pinned Fisher for the win. At Climax Control 148 two weeks later, Vargas was given a World Bombshell Championship match against Samantha Marlowe and would go on to win, ending her 91-day reign in her second defense and nine-match singles streak, but only with help from Crystal Millar and her husband, Jonathan, when they distracted Marlowe for Vargas to take advantage. With the victory, Vargas became only the second Bombshell Grand Slam Champion after Amy Marshall and the fastest woman to complete the Bombshell Grand Slam (beating out Amy Marshall by one day) and in the process the third Bombshell Triple Crown Winner after Vixen and Marshall. Sunday's win improved her record to 9-3 in main event matches, extending her winning streak in main events to eight and 3-1 in singles. At Into the Void V, she defended the championship against Millar and Samantha Marlowe, who invoked her rematch clause and went on to win the match and the title, pinning Millar. The loss ended Vargas three-week reign, tying Roxi Johnson for the shortest title reign in history while Millar become the second co-Blast From the Past winner to lose their championship match. At the 150th Climax Control following the supercard, Millar was given another shot at the World Bombshell Championship and went on to defeat Samantha Marlowe by knockout when Marlowe passed out to Millar's Withering Rose submission. The two week reign set a new record for shortest reign. The following week at Climax Control 151 on June 26, the return match between Vargas and Marlowe ended in a No Contest when Mikah appeared during the match and made her way to the ramp before Crystal Millar went out to stop her. This triggered a massive braWL between the four, with Marlowe brawling with Millar and Vargas with Mikah. It was announced that the main event for Summer XXXtreme would be a Elimination Chamber match for the title, with Mikah, Samantha Marlowe and Vargas the first competitors named in the match. Jessie Salco and Keira Fisher completed the final two entrants both having having to earn their way into the match, as they defeated Veronica Taylor and Roxi Johnson in qualifying matches. On the final show before the supercard at Climax Control 153 on July 10, Vargas met Marlowe for the fourth time in two months, this time in a tag match, with Keira Fisher and Jessie Salco as their partners. Salco pinned Vargas for the win, extending Vargas's winless streak to three matches (0-2-1) and her losing streak in tag matches to five. The win for Salco was her second over her since Blaze of Glory, though Vargas still led 5-3-4 in head-to-head victories. At Summer XXXtreme IV on July 31, Vargas was one of five challengers for Crystal Millar's World Bombshell Championship in the main event Chamber of Fate Match. The match also featured Mikah and Samantha Marlowe as well as Keira Fisher-Johnson and Jessie Salco. Vargas was eliminated second in the match by Salco, who also eliminated Fisher-Johnson. The match came down to Salco, Marlowe and Millar, who eliminated Marlowe last by submission to win the match and retain the tite. For Vargas, in her 36th championship match, the loss marked her third title loss at Summer XXXtreme after 2013 and 2015 and her third title loss in a row in four supercards following Blaze of Glory and Into the Void. Earlier in the evening, Kate Steele retained the Bombshell Roulette Championship in her fourth defense in a Roulette Rules Submission match against Natalie McKinley and would go on to surpass Vargas' 175-day reign on August 8. At Climax Control 156, Vargas challenged Melody Grace for the Bombshell Internet Championship, but lost by submission, extending her winless streak to five matches and more than three months since her last win. In her 75th career match at Climax Control 158, she defeated Amy Marshall to finally end the slide. It was her 35th career win and her fifth straight over Marshall since she and Jessie Salco won the World Bombshelll Tag Team Championship from Vargas and Traci Patterson at Into the Void III back on July 20, 2014, improving her record to 7-3-1 in SCW and 11-5-3 in their careers. The following week on the go-home Climax Control before Violent Conduct III, Vargas defeated Samantha Marlowe by pinfall. By virtue of this win, it was announced on the SCW website that Vargas would be added to the Bombshell Internet Championship match between champion Melody Grace and Samantha Marlowe, making it a triple threat at the supercard, which Vargas went on to lose being pinned by Grace to retain her title in her fourth defense. The loss was her fifth title match loss in a row and she fell to 17-21 in 38 career title matches. Three weeks later, Vargas competed in the main event at Climax Control 161 on October 16 for Crystal Millar's World Bombshell Championship, but was pinned as Millar retained in her third defense and her third singles win over Vargas in SCW. In seven matches, Millar leads 5-0-2. For Vargas, it was her first loss in a Climax Control main event since she lost to Necra Octavian Kane in the second defense of her second Bombshell Roulette title reign in a Roulette Rules Tables, Ladders, and Chairs (TLC) match at Climax Control 75 on February 8, 2014. Her record is now 9-3 on Climax Control and 9-4 overall, incuding at Summer XXXtreme. Two weeks later on the Halloween-edition show at Climax Control 163, Vargas avenged her loss to Millar in a non-title Pumpkin on a Pole match, which she won. She would go on to smash the pumpkin on Millar's head. At High Stakes VI on November 20, Vargas was defeated by Melody Grace for the third time and second in a singles match, extending her supercard losing streak to five matches.

Return and breakup of the Mean Girls, various rivalries and SCW closure and return (2016 - present)

On the first Climax Control following the supercard at Climax Control 165 on December 4, Veronica Taylor regained the Bombshell Roulette Championship, defeating Celeste North for the title in a Roulette Rules No Disqualification match. Vargas was seen with Taylor in a backstage segment during the spinning of the Roulette wheel and was in her corner during the match. She later joined in the post-match beatdown on North, along with Taylor and Delia Darling which set up a ruse and reunited the Mean Girls, including Mz. Holly Wood who officiated the match. Vargas went on to lose to Alexis Edwards by submission in the third singles match between the pair and Edwards first win over her in the series. The following week in the main event, Kate Steele defended the Bombshell Internet Championship against Polly Playtime in her fourth defense. Immediately after Playtime won, Vargas made her way to the ring to cash in her Queen for a Day contract but was unsuccessful winning the championship as Playtime pinned her, handing Vargas her seventh consecutive title loss in her record 40th career title match and falling to 17-23 overall. Her tenth title match of the year also gave her the record for most title matches in a single year, breaking Roxi Johnson's previous year-long record of 9 set on December 13, 2015. At the final SCW broadcast of 2016 the following week at Climax Control 167 on December 18, Vargas teamed with Bombshell Roulette Champion Veronica Taylor in a losing effort to Melody Grace and Kate Steele in a Roulette Rules Snow Fort Falls Count Anywhere match. Grace applied her submission finisher on Vargas, but because the match can only end by pinfall, Steele hit her finisher on Taylor while Vargas was still submitting to win the match.

For the second time in three years, and first since 2014, Vargas wrestled the most TV/PPV matches by a Bombshell in SCW. She ended 2016 with 24 matches, including 18 TV matches (the second-most in history behind 20 by Roxi Johnson in 2013) the second-most TV/PPV matches in history and beating her own previous record of 23 set in 2014, the only other time she won the title; however, she was in a three-way tie for the most TV/PPV losses with 16 (a record set by Jessie Salco in 2013 and her most losses in SCW since going 9-13 in 2015) and tied for the second-most TV losses with 11 (the third-most in history behind Amy Marshall’s 14 in 2015 and Jessie Salco’s 12 in 2013 and 2016). She also ended the year winning only 7 matches, her lowest win total since going 8-6 in 2013, her first year in the promotion.

At Climax Control 169 on January 8, Vargas faced Polly Playtime in a return match for the Bombshell Internet Championship, but again was defeated when Celeste North interfered, taking out Vargas, Delia Darling and Veronica Taylor during the match. Playtime took advantage of the inteference to pin Vargas. At Inception II, Vargas defeated North in a Lumberjill match to remain unbeaten at Inception following her victory when she retained the Bombshell Roulette Championship against Traci Patterson in 2015, and Chastain her undefeated streak at the first supercard of a new year to 4-0 and 5-0 overall, including her SCW debut at Climax Control 52 in June 2013. Vargas was defeated against Chelsea Payne with Zuri Chastain on commentary, but redeemed herself in a mixed tag team match with Mickey Carroll against Celeste North and Dax Beckett. The following week she challenged Melody Grace for the World Bombshell Championship but was unsuccessful. On SCWrestling.net, Vargas was added to the SCW World Bombshell Tag Team battle royal match teaming up with Veronica Taylor against the champions The Members of the Elders (Alana Allure and Song), The Angel Clan (Lucy Seraphina and Uriella Abaddon), Team Technicolor (Remi and Edie), The Justice League (Zuri Chastain and Belinda Warrick), The Fallen (Raynin and Gothika) and Evie Baaang and Odette Stevens. Vargas and Taylor was the fourth team eliminated when Vargas was eliminated from the match by Alana Allure. Vargas, in turn, gained a measure of revenge when she ripped Allure from off the apron and rammed her in the barricade. As a result, both Alana and Song were eliminated from the match, which in turn ended The Elders near four-month reign at 119 days. Evie and Odette won the match and the titles albeit through controversial means as the referee missed Raynin's elimination of Evie when she tossed her over the top rope first before Evie ran back in the ring and eliminated Raynin from behind grabbing her hair. Later in the night, Vargas was seen with Veronica Taylor as both turned their backs on Delia Darling and joined in the attack with Celeste North who joined and assumed control of the Mean Girls. On the first Climax Control following the supercard at CC 175 on April 2, Vargas entered the Blast From the Past Tournament for the third consecutive year. She teamed with Max Burke to defeat James Tuscini and Trish Newborn, pinning Newborn for the first time in her career to win he match and advance the quarterfinals. This match was the first between Vargas and Newborn in Sin City Wrestling and their first match against one another in four years since Newborn ended Vargas Queen of Aesop reign at Aesop's final show on St. Patrick's Day 2013. Vargas leads the overall series 5-3 having won all tree tag matches between them, though trail the singles series 3-2. They were also victorious in their only time teaming up. At Climax Control 177, Vargas and Burke advanced to semifinals to when they eliminated Ivan Darrell and Amanda Cortez with Burke pinning Darrell for the win. Lord Raab and Evie Baang would join them defeating Dmitri and Orchid later in the night, with Raab also winning the vacant Internet Championship followed Despayre vacating the title the previous show due to injury, ending his more than six-plus second reign at 196 days. At the go-home Climax Control before Into the Void VI at Climax Control 179, Vargas and Burke was defeated in the semifinals by Ben Jordan and Samantha Marlowe, who pinned Vargas for the first time in their eight-match series. At Into the Void VI, she defeated Kate Steele in a singles match tying their series 2-2-0 in SCW and their career overall series 4-4-1 in ten matches, including a tag team loss as a team. Vargas would lose her second match in a row on Climax Control to the rookie Devona in her second match at Climax Control 181 on June 4. A little after the match Vargas took part in the beatdown of Devona with the Mean Girls before Amy Marshall and Jessie Salco came in for the save. The following week, The six exchanged words which triggered a brawl before security showed up to break it up. Roulette Champion Kris Halc, who was given hosting duties for the evening, then booked a match between the Metal and Punk Connection and Devona against the Mean Girls at Summer XXXtreme V should Jessie Salco fail to capture the Bombshell Roulette Championship from Chelsea Payne at the next show. At Climax Control 183, Vargas lost her sixth singles match in a row on the show when she was defeated by Mikah due to the distraction of the Metal and Punk Connection music playing. The following week, she was at ringside with Veronica during a singles match between Celeste North and Amy Marshall, which the latter won. At Summer XXXtreme V, The Mean Girls lost to the Metal and Punk Connection and Devona in a six-women tag match, their ninth straight loss after a 6-3 start. The loss also kept Vargas winless at the event with her fourth career loss, after defeats in her 2013 debut, 2015 and 2016. The Mean Girls quietlly disbanded after the loss, ending their seven-month comeback and three-month tenure under Celeste North, who promptly left the company.

Two weeks later at Climax Control 186 on August 6, Vargas defeated Otaki, ending a three-match slide iboth in SCW and in singles matches and a seven-match slide in singles matches on Climax Control. She earned a second victory the following week at Climax Control 187, defeating Bobbie Dahl. Two weeks later at Climax Control 189 on August 20, she challenged Samantha Marlowe in her second defense for the Bombshell Roulette Championship in a Roulette Rules Tables, Ladders, and Chairs (TLC) match, but was unsuccessful in her first title match in five months and 44th of her career, falling to 17-27-0, her 11th straight title loss and falling to 12-8 in her 20th Roulette Rules match. It was also revealed that at Violent Conduct IV, she would be facing Amy Marshall in a singles match. At Violent Conduct IV on September 3, she became only the second Bombshell in company history to wrestle in 100 matches and the fastest to reach this milestone beating out Jessie Salco by seven months. However, she was defeated by Amy Marshall who pinned her in a decisive singles for the first time in their series (Vargas had defeated her in a decisive singles match in five of their previous seven meetings). The win for Marshall also broke the tie between them for most supercard wins, with Marshall earning her 12th victory. At Climax Control 191 on September 24, Mercedes Vargas challenged new World Bombshell Champion Polly Playtime, who defeated Evie Baang and Jessie Salvo in a triple threat Straitjacket match at the supercard to win the title, ending her reign at 56 days. Vargas went on to beat Playtime, ending her second reign at three weeks, and as a result became the first-ever two-time Triple Crown Champion in SCW and in the Bombshells Division, one of eight Bombshells to become a two-time champion, breaking a tie with Amy Marshall to win her ninth overall championship in SCW, breaking a tie with Marshall and Roxi Johnson to become the first-ever six-time Bombshell singles champion, tied Goth for most singles championship wins in SCW and extended her streak of winning a championship every year for the fifth straight year (Amy Marshall won a championship every year from her November 2012 debut to March 2015). On October 8, Samantha Marlowe tied Mercedes for most successful Bombshell Roulette defense at five. At High Stakes VII on October 29, Vargas faced Mikah, who had won a fatal four-way number one contender's match three weeks earlier for the opportunity. In the end, Vargas passed out to the Cupid's Chokehold, meaning Mikah won by technical submission. The loss resulted in her second reign ending at 35 days. Vargas's subsequent rematch with Alice Knight as special guest referee two weeks later at Climax Control 195 on November 12 ended in a pinfall loss. Despite this defeat, Vargas competed in her 20th match in SCW for the fourth time joining Jessie Salco (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017) as the only Bombshell to do this and making Vargas the only Bombshell in SCW history to do this four years in a row since 2014. Two weeks later at Climax Control 197 on November 26, she defeated Samantha Marlowe by pinfall in their tenth meeting and fifth singles match overall. The win improved her singles record against Marlowe to 3-1-1, but she still trailed the overall series 4-3-3. Two weeks later at Climax Control 199 she defeated Trinity Jones in another singles match.

On December 4, SCWrestling.net announced that the company was closing and will have its final event on January 14, it's 41st supercard and 241st show overall.

On the 200th edition of Climax Control on December 17, Vargas was one of five Bombshells alongside Alice Knight, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco and Kira Fisher in competiting for a championship match at Mikah for her title at the supercard. Vargas was eliminated third, with the match coming down to The Metal Punk Connections's Amy Marshall and Jessie Salco. Marshall won the match 

At Full Circle on January 14, Vargas competed in the Miss SCW reverse steel cage battle royal against Alice Knight, Kira Phoenix, Raynin and Jessie Salco. Like the battle royal at CC 200, Vargas was unsucessful, making it among the final three until she was eliminated. The loss was her second consecutive, four straight loss on pay-per-view, and her first loss at the first pay-per-view match of a new year, breaking a four year streak from 2014-2017. Despite the loss, Vargas became one of only three Bombshells after Jessie Salco and Amy Marshall, and the fastest ever, to compete in 30 or more pay-per-view matches.

After a two-month hiatus, SCW announced on its twitter page hints of a return. On March 16, SCW made it official, with a planned return on April 15 with the sixth annual Blast From the Past Tournament. Vargas announced her return and her participation in her fourth consecutive tournament. During the lottery drawing, Vargas was paired with Kain. In their first round match at Climax Control 201 on April 15, they faced the team of Jon Dough and Kira Phoenix, the third match in a row between Vargas and Phoenix after Climax Control 200 and Full Circle. However, Phoenix and Dough advanced when Dough pinned Kain.

The Hunt for the Tenth Championship and 50 Wins (2018 - present)

Two weeks later at Climax Control 203, Vargas challenged Crystal Hilton for the Bombshell Internet Championship in a triple threat also involving former champion Diamond. Hilton won the match by pinning Diamond. At the Climax Control go-home before Into the Void VII on May 13 at Climax Control 205, Vargas faced Kira Phoenix for the fourth time and second time in a month, this time in a singles match, which Phoenix went on to win. With the loss, Vargas losing streak reached five, the second time that happened in two years, and her third straight loss on Climax Control. Despite her struggles, it was revealed that Vargas would participate at Into the Void VII, not only extending her four-year PPV appearance streak to 31 matches but also marking her sixth appearance at Into the Void, joining Jessie Salco and Amy Marshall for overall most apperances, all consecutively, since 2013. At the supercard, Vargas defeated Seleana to earn her 12th career pay-per-view win, snapped an overall five-match losing streak for only the second time in her career and first since 2016 for her first win in over five months as well as a four-match losing streak at pay-per-view events dating back to Violent Conduct. With only three supercards left in 2018 (out of a total of five), Vargas would be at 34 PPV events, and would need to be on the first three PPVs in 2019 to break Despayre's 36 straight PPV matches from 2011-2016. After losing a Roulette Rules Falls Count Anywhere match to Brittany Williams for her Bombshell Roulette Championship at Climax Control 207 on June 24, Vargas bounced back two weeks later by defeating Dani Weston at Climax Control 209 and then teaming with Kain at Summer XXXtreme VI on July 22 to defeat Charlotte Elliot and Daniel J. Morgan of London Underground to hand the stable their first career loss, the first losses individually for Morgan and Elliot, and the first pinfall loss for Elliot, to become only the second World Mixed Tag Team Champions and Vargas' first-ever win at the Summer XXXtreme in five tries (2013, 2015-2017). It was also a historic night as Kain and Vargas became the first wrestlers in SCW to win every championship in the company, and Vargas not only becoming the first Bombshell to win every title in the Bombshells division, but also earning her 50th career win, competing in her 50th championship match, tied Roxi Johnson for second-most pay-per-view wins by a Bombshell with 13, becoming only the second four-time tag team champi in history after Odette Stevens, winning her overall tenth championship extending her SCW and Bombshells record, and extending her record for consecutive years winning at least one championship every year to six straight years. The win would be her seventh career tag team championship overall and 21st championship. Three weeks later in a non-title match at Climax Control 212, Kain and Vargas defeated Antrax and Iron Maiden, their mystery opponents who made their return to SCW after an lengthy absence, when Kain pinned Anthrax. Two weeks later at Climax Control 214 on August 26, Vargas and Kain had their first defense of the titles against the Lethal Lottery team of Sam Marlowe and Caleb Storms. In an upset, Storms pinned Kain, ending their reign at 35 days. That same night, it was announced that Vargas and Kain and London Underground would get their return matches at Violent Conduct V on September 16, making it a triple threat. Violent Conduct also marked Vargas' 4th appearance (2014, 2016, 2017), tying her with Jessie Salco, Amy Marshall and Crystal Hilton for most appearances, third championship match (2014, 2016), tying her with Rage and Kris Ryans, and extended her record for consecutive pay-per-view appearances to 33 straight since 2013. At the supercard, Vargas and Kain would regain the titles when Kain pinned Storms. The win made them the first-ever two-time champions, made Kain the fifth seven-time champion in history and tying him with Goth and Rage for most championship wins by a male wrestler, and the 11th three-time tag team champion in history and one of only five male Superstars to have three tag title reigns, joining Despayre, Lucian Frost, Jon Dough, and Ben Jordan. Vargas won her 11th overall championship, and fifth overall tag team championship, the most-ever and surpassing Odette Stevens with four. It would be Vargas' overall 22nd championship and eighth tag team championship.Two weeks later on the fallout to Violent Conduct V at Climax Control 216 on September 30, Vargas teamed up with the undefeated Cat Riley against Kate Steele and Jessie Salco, with Riley pinning Salco after a German suplex to extend her undefeated streak to 7-0 and Vargas winning her record 53rd career match to tie Roxi Johnson for most career wins by a Bombshell and one win shy from tying Johnson for most career wins on Climax Control. It was her 18th career main event match and first since CC 203 where she lost a triple threat match for the Bombshell Internet Championship against then champion Crystal Hilton and Diamond that saw Hilton pin Vargas. Sunday was Vargas' tenth main event win, improving to 10-8. The following week, she was defeated by submission by Riley, then lost twice with Kain to Lachlan Kane and Sierra Williams, first in a non-title match than losing the title at High Stakes, ending their reign at 56 days and tying London Underground for longest singles reign. In their eight times as a tteam, Kain has taken the pinfall in their five defeats. At High Stakes, Vargas was inducted into the SCW Hall of Fame, alongside Crystal Hilton and Simon Jones. Hilton and Vargas were the overall sixth and seventh women to be inducted joining Vixen ,(2014), Misty and Amy Marshall (2015), Roxi Johnson (2016), and Odette Stevens (2017)

Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling (2013 -2014)

Originally placed in a tag team match with Nyako against Trish Newborn and Cynthia Warren, Vargas soon found herself facing Newborn for the Queen of Aesop Championship instead. However, after Newborn's departure from the company, this left Vargas without a challenger until six days later on September 26 when Zelda Knite accepted her number one contender's match from winning the mini-tournament at 3WL Wild Stampede to challenge Vargas for the vacant championship. On the first episode of Battlegrounds on October 18 (aired November 7), Vargas defeated Zelda Knite to become the inaugural Queen of Aesop World Champion after Knite failed to answer the ten-count. With the win, Vargas became the first and only 3WL Athena to hold the 3WL Unified World Championship and Queen of Aesop World Championship. On January 27, 2014, she surpassed the 100-day mark of her reign. Following a three-month hiatus, Aesop World returned with its second show where in the main event of the February 2, 2014 edition of Battlegrounds, she faced Honey Rydell in a return match from a SteeleCon '13 event held last year a few days ahead of Aesop World's first show. Vargas originally won the exhibition match by submission, but Victoria Steele, the CEO of Steele Media and the special guest ring announcer for the night, reversed the decision and awarded the win to Rydell after claiming that Vargas had tapped out while trying to lock in an STF on Rydell during the closing moments of the match. In the steel cage rematch, Vargas delivered five "Black Rose Overdrives" on Rydell before she climbed over the top of the cage and dropped to the floor to win the match. Due to comments made directly to Victoria Steele in an interview, Vargas was placed in a two-on-one handicap match against Blackout Fight Club (Gwen Black and Charlotte Ross) in the main event of the February 21 edition of Battlegrounds, (aired February 24) with Steele as the special guest referee. Despite being outnumbered by Black and Ross, and at one point attacked by the other members of the stable, Steele named Vargas the winner due to Gary Black's involvement in the match, which not only angered the stable, but denying Black and Ross their promised tag team title shot, after Steele cut a deal with them, only to break her word. Following the match, Steele told an unconscious Vargas that she made good on her promise that she would be punished for her remarks. On the March 14 edition of Battlegrounds (aired March 24), Steele announced a number one contender's battle royal involving the entire Aesop World roster to determine the next challenger for Vargas' Queen of Aesop World Championship and included her as one of the entrants, but not before declaring that whoever eliminated her would be rewarded for their efforts. If Vargas won, she would get to choose her opponent. Vargas eliminated three people en route to winning the match, lastly eliminating Charlotte Ross. Following the match, Victoria Steele announced that the next event would be the company's final under the ownership of Steele Media, adding that after the next event, Aesop World would be placed back onto the market in search for interested parties to invest in the company. Vargas celebrated her 150th day of her reign on St. Patrick's Day on March 17 and the start of her fifth month of her reign the following day. On April 18, Vargas entered the sixth month of her reign. On the April 30 edition of Battlegrounds (aired May 7) and the final show for the promotion, Vargas defeated her hand-picked opponent in Crystal Hilton in a lumberjill match to retain the title and remain the company's only unbeaten wrestler with a 5-0 perfect record. As the final champion, her reign came to an end at 194 days. In all, Aesop World only put on five events before closing in late April 2014.

Femme Fatale Wrestling (2013-2014)

Vargas signed a contract with Femme Fatale Wrestling on December 2, 2013. Appearing as a special guest at FFW's Anarchy pay-per-view event on November 28, she revealed that she will be making her debut in 2014. On the first Thursday Night Velocity of 2014 on January 9 and the fifth anniversary of her wrestling debut, she would go on to defeat Candi. The victory extended her unbeaten streak in debut matches to 10-0-1, including 7-0-1 in singles. At One Night Stand on January 25, she defeated Crystal Hate in a singles match. Following this she went on a losing streak. At Extreme Envy II on February 22, she was defeated by Tifa Heafy in Heafy's hometown of Chicago for her first loss in FFW. At the following Chaos Theory pay-per-view on March 29, she suffered her second consecutive defeat, this time to Summer, then her third, fourth, and fifth losses to Syren on the April 12 edition of Saturday Night Breaking Point, against Tifa Heafy in a rematch on the following show two weeks later, and to Nevaeh Summers on the May 1 edition of Thursday Night Velocity. She finally defeated Candi in their rematch under submission rules at Byte This 6 on May 22 to end her long three-month losing streak. Following her victory, she was attacked unprovoked by Valentina Lozano, which would ignite a feud between the two and by proxy, the Social Elite.

Feud with Valentina Lozano (2014)

Vargas began releasing promos on FFW.com addressing Lozano and exacting her revenge, with her first video posted a week after being attacked and two days before FFW's next pay-per-view, Relentless. At Relentless on May 31, Valentina defeated Destiny Figgins by knockout in a No Disqualification match and had intentions of injuring Figgins when she ensnared her leg in a chair until Vargas's music hit. As she was confronted by Valentina's bodyguard Isis, Vargas hit her with a low blow via a kick to the groin before continuing her pursuit, but Lozano had already escaped through the crowd leaving Vargas vowing that Lozano's time was coming. She posted a second video two days before her match with Destiny Figgins on the June 14 edition of Breaking Point, a match where Vargas would go on to lose, but not before attacking Lozano following her victory against Hope Dawson and saving Dawson from having to kiss Lazano's feet. On the June 19 edition of Velocity, she and Destiny Figgins competed in a losing effort against Lozano and Nevaeh Summers, after Lozano scored the pin on Vargas with a roll up. On the July 3 edition of Velocity, Vargas was defeated by Hope Dawson in a singles match, following a distraction by Lozano. On the July 28 edition of Breaking Point, Vargas confronted Lazano and agreed to face her at Unstoppable 5, where the stipulation that if Vargas loses, she would join Social Elite and become Lazano's slave. At the pay-per-view, Vargas was defeated by Lazano. On the August 30 edition of Breaking Point, Vargas lost her fifth consecutive match while teaming with Lazano in a losing effort to No Holding Back (Jem Michels and Angela Heathcliffe) via countout when Lazano slapped Vargas in the face and left the ring. Vargas would follow suit and two entered into a brawl before Lazano's bodyguard, Isis Morales, got involved. Valentina told her associate to finish the job, and it was then that both members of NHB took off up the ramp and surrounded Vargas. Isis stopped in her tracks as the team invited her to come down. She backed up and rejoined her employer, raising Valentina’s hand to a chorus of boos as NHB helped Vargas up to her feet. At Sin & Sacrifice on September 27, Valentina was already in the ring, accompanied by Isis Morales, awaiting for Vargas' arrival to begin the match, but the scheduled match between the two did not happen as the scene shifted backstage, where Vargas was mysteriously attacked and was found face down in a pool of her own blood in the dressing room, resulting in the match being declared a no-contest to Lazano's anger and as a result ended Vargas' five-match losing streak, but continuing her winless streak, now reaching six matches. It was then revealed the assailant was Isis Morales. Vargas would go on to lose to Lazano in the rescheduled mach 12 days later on the October 9 edition of Thursday Night Velocity, as she was pinned by Lazano for the third time and second in singles competition and what was the final match in their nearly five-month feud. On the following Velocity two weeks later, Vargas lost her second match in a row, her fifth consecutive loss on Velocity, and fifth consecutive singles match when she was forced to submit to Kimmi Hate. With the loss, it was the ninth time in her career that she was forced to submit, the sixth time in 2014, and the eighth time overall in singles competition. On the November 15 edition of Saturday Night Breaking Point, Vargas was defeated by Leah O'Quinn by pinfall for her third straight defeat as part of her nine-match winless streak and what would be her last appearance in FFW for the time being, ending her ten-month run. Following the match, Kimmi Hate ran down to the ring and attacked Vargas until she and Quinn fought her off. After the encounter, Vargas shook hands with O'Quinn as a sign of respect. 

Imperial Wrestling Federation (2013-2016)

On the December 16, 2013 episode of Monday Night Sacrifice, Vargas appeared via Titantron, issuing an open challenge for the company's all-female pay-per-view and final show of 2013, Diamonds are Forever, on December 29th. On the same December 16 broadcast later in the evening, a backstage segment showed Rayne stepping out of IWF Diamond Commissioner Katherine Lockheart's office. Rayne looked up at the camera, stating "Vargas, challenge accepted." before walking off, setting up a match between Rayne and Vargas at the pay-per-view. At Diamonds Are Forever, Vargas defeated Rayne in an evenly paced match after performing the "Black Rose Overdrive", and thus improving her record in debut matches to 9-0-1. After losing to Alexis Caffrey at a house show on January 5, however, the January 13 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, saw her participate in a five-way Ruby Championship number one contender's match, but was unsuccessful, and then would lose a singles contest to Avery McCullen at another house show on January 19. On the February 10 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, she defeated Eternity to finally end her losing streak and then Christine Rochette the following week. At the Danger Zone pay-per-view on February 23, she competed in a fatal four-way match for the vacated Ruby Championship (then-champion Ana Valentine cashed in the championship six nights earlier, thus ending her 85-day reign, for a failed attempt Diamonds Championship match against then-Diamonds Champion Amber Richards at the same pay-per-view) against Avery McCullen, Desiree St. James and Jennifer Famularo, but was unsuccessful as Famularo pinned St. James for the win and the title. The following week, she was defeated by Eternity in their rematch from March 3 in an Extreme Rules match via referee decision after Eternity sent Vargas through a flaming table with the Eternal Rest (GTS) rendering her unconscious. The following week on the St. Patrick's Day edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, Vargas won her seventh singles title of her career when she pinned Jennifer Famularo in a triple threat match that also involved Alice Pleasant to become the new Ruby Champion and only the sixth in IWF history, resulting in Famularo having the shortest title reign in the company's history at 22 days. She also became the second Diamond (after Famularo) to have won a title in both IWF and as a NCW, the third former NCW Starlet (after Tara Fenix and Famularo) to win the Ruby Championship and the first and only former NCW Starlets Tag Team Champion to win the IWF Ruby Championship. As of August 2015, she is one of only four surviving Starlets from NCW on the current IWF Diamonds roster along with Kathleen Conway, Crystal Hilton and Emma Danielson, with Danielon (a former Starlets Champion), Vargas, Conway and Hilton (all former Starlets Tag Team Champions) the only remaining former champions from the promotion.

On the March 31 and April 7 editions of Monday Night Sacrifice, Vargas won her first two non-title single contests, defeating Crystal Hilton and April Maddox, who had won a six-Diamond Ruby Championship number one contender's battle royal on the March 27 edition of Thursday Night Battleground, respectively. On the following week's episode of Monday Night Sacrifice and the go-home show before the Last Rites pay-per-view, Vargas' four-match winning streak came to an end in a non-title Champion versus Champion Woman of Steel match against Ana Valentine, when Valentine forced her to submit. At the Last Rites pay-per-view on April 20, she competed in the first ever Iron Maiden match against Ayla St. James, Eternity, Alexis Caffrey, Joanne Canelli, and Amber Richards for a IWF Diamonds Championship match against the champion Ana Valentine at Night of the Immortals, IWF's Anniversary Show. Vargas was released from her pod fourth, but was eliminated third in the match by Caffrey, who in turn made it to the final two before being eliminated by the eventual winner Eternity. On the May 5 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, she was made to submit by Alexis Caffrey in a non-title match. The following week, her match against Alice Pleasant in a Woman of Steel match was cancelled. The following week on the last Monday Night Sacrifice before the Night of the Immortals pay-per-view on May 19, she was pinned by Ana Valentine in a triple threat match that also involved Alexis Caffrey. Six nights later at the pay-per-viw on May 25, she made her long-awaited first title defense and successfully retained the Ruby Championship by defeating April Maddox, after hitting the Red Curtain.

On the June 2 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, it was announced that the second Heir and Heiress to the Throne Tournaments would take place to determine the number one contenders to the Imperial and Diamond's Championships, then held by Angel and Eternity respectively, at the Lineage pay-per-view in late August. Vargas was one of six Diamonds (Kate Steele, Amber Richards, Sunshine Sparkles, Ashley Mastrangelo, and Maria) to compete in the Heiress to the Throne. Preliminary matches started on the June 2 and 9 editions of Sacrifice; Amber Richards defeated Desiree St. James in the lone Diamonds match on June 2 while Ashley Mastrangelo and Sunshine Sparkles went to a double countout, and Vargas defeated Kate Steele the following week.

The official start of the tournament began with the first round of matches from June 16 to July 7. In the first week of the tournament, Vargas was defeated by Amber Richards by pinfall in a triple threat elimination match that also involved Kate Steele. Although Richards earned twenty points for the win, Vargas earned ten points for getting the first elimination on Kate Steele. On June 11, she became the longest reigning Ruby Champion in history, surpassing Ana Valentine's reign of 85 days and the second woman in the promotion's Diamonds division (after former Diamonds Champion Jessica Reed), to hold a IWF singles title for more than 12 weeks. The third week of the tournament continued at the Bloody Assizes pay-per-view, where Sunshine Sparkles defeated Kate Steele in a chain match and Amber Richards defeated Ashely Mastrangelo in a tables match. On June 26, the day after her birthday, Vargas became the first Ruby Champion to surpass 100 days in a single reign. Four days later on the June 30 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, the start of the fourth week of the tournament, she defeated Maria in a singles match to earn another ten points in the standings, bringing her total to twenty points and into a three-way tie for second place with Ashley Mastrangelo and Sunshine Sparkles, who she would go on to defeat in a tag match with Amber Richards the following week on July 7 in their final group stage match, with Vargas earning the win with a schoolgirl roll-up on Mastrangelo. The win gave ten points each to Richards and Vargas and advancement to the knockout stage, with Richards having 40 points after three matches and winning the group while Vargas was the runners-up with 30 points, breaking a three-way tie with Sunshine Sparkles and Ashley Mastrangelo and taking sole possesion of second place. The following week on the July 14 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, Sparkles and Mastrangelo secured their places in the final four by defeating Kate Steele and Maria respectively in Last Chance at the Saloon matches to finish with 20 points each; had either Sparkles or Mastrangelo lost, they would have been replaced and their points transferred to the winner. That same night, Vargas, who was not scheduled to compete, met with Hannah Reed, who stripped her of the Ruby Championship and forced Vargas to hand over the title as an act of her cashing in the championship for a title shot at the IWF Diamonds Championship. Despite being only the sixth Ruby champion, her reign of 119 days remained the longest in the title's history for nearly nine months, until Firenze Everett surpassed her reign in April 2015. In the semifinals of the Heiress to Throne Tournament on July 21, Vargas defeated Sunshine Sparkles while Amber Richards went on to defeat Ashley Mastrangelo, setting up the finals between the two at Lineage on July 27 where she was defeated by submission to Richards and in what would be Vargas' last match in her nearly seven-month run for the promotion. Richards would eventually go on to defeat Eternity at the Legacy pay-per-view four weeks later on August 24 to capture her second Diamonds Championship.

Vargas returned to IWF after an almost four-month hiatus at the Survival of the Fittest pay-per-view on November 23, where she appeared in a backstage interview segment, making controversial comments about the state and direction of the company. She made her in-ring return nearly a month later at the Diamonds are Forever pay-per-view on December 21, where she once again defeated Rayne, this time by submission to become the number one contender to the Diamonds Championship. Following the match, however, Vargas was attacked by Rayne and the returning Isabella Maldini and Eternity. That same night, Ana Valentine cashed-in her rematch clause and reclaimed the Diamonds Championship from Amber Richards in the main event to begin her record third reign.

On the first Monday Night Sacrifice of 2015 on January 5, Vargas faced Isabella Maldini in a singles match. Near the end of the match, Maldini was caught in an armbar submission by Vargas and struggled to get away until the lights went out in the arena. Lights begin to strobe as purple smoke filters through out the arena. When the lights returned, Vargas was laid out with her face painted white with red lip stick and Isabella pinning her for the victory. The following week, Vargas teamed with Crystal Hilton and Bliss Riley in a losing effort to Maldini, Rayne and Eternity, now calling themselves the Children of Eternity, when Maldini pinned Riley. The following week, Vargas interfered in a triple threat match between Alexis Caffrey, Eternity, and Jessica Reed. Running down the ramp, she was stopped by the officials from going after Eternity who rolled out of the ring for safety. The group, brandishing baseball bats, attacked Vargas, Reed and Caffrey with Ana Valentine appearing afterwards and dropped Jessica Reed with a DDT. In a backstage segment with Vargas, Caffrey, and Reed meeting in IWF General Manger Roberto Verona's office, it was later revealed that in addition to Rayne being granted a Ruby Championship match against champion Firenze Everett at Metamorphosis on January 25, Jessica Reed would face Ana Valentine in a non-title match at the event, while Vargas and Caffrey would face Isabella Maldini and Eternity in a steel cage tag team match, with the added stipulation that if Vargas' team won, she would get to choose the stipulation to her impending Diamonds Championship match against Ana Valentine at the following month's Danger Zone pay-per-view and Caffrey would also receive a future title shot. However, if they lost, then Vargas's title match would be null and void. At Metamorphosis, Caffrey and Vargas came in for the save in Firenze Everette's title match against Rayne, which Everette won by disqualification when Eternity interfered in the match on behalf of Rayne. Caffrey and Vargas won the steel cage match later in the night after Caffrey pinned Maldini for the victory, while Jessica Reed's match with Ana Valentine was called off by orders of Roberto Verona when Valentine attacked Reed with a steel chair when Reed was making her entrance. It was revealed days later that both Vargas and Caffrey will face Valentine in a triple threat match for the title at Danger Zone. On the February 2 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, Vargas faced Crystal Hilton in a singles match, however, Hilton would avenge her defeat to Vargas on the March 31, 2014 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice by winning the rematch, forcing her to submit to an ankle lock. The following week, Vargas lost her third match in a row and third singles match on Sacrifice, this time to Eliza. After the match, Vargas snapped and laid out the referee with a DDT and attacked her before Alexis Caffrey ran down to the ring to make the save and the two began brawling until they were eventually separated by security. On the go-home Monday Night Sacrifice before Danger Zone on February 16, Vargas announced the stipulation of her triple threat match against Alexis Caffrey and Ana Valentine to be a Last Diamond Standing match for the championship. At the pay-per-view six days later, Valentine retained the championship.

On the March 2 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, Vargas faced Amber Richards in a return match from their Heiress to the Throne final match from Lineage. In the rematch, Vargas would pull off the upset, thanks to the interference from The Children of Eternity, as she defeated Richards with a surprise roll-up. The following week on the go-home edition of Sacrifice before High Stakes on March 23, she faced Rayne and Alexis Caffrey in a triple threat match in the second match of a four-match pre-show card, however was unsuccessful as Rayne won after throwing Vargas from the ring and taking advantage of a hurt Alexis to earn the pinfall. The following week on the Monday Night Sacrifice: Training Grounds Special, Vargas was pinned by Wolverina, ruining her debut. With Ana Valentine retaining the Diamonds Championship after getting herself disqualified on purpose against Jessica Reed the night before at the High Stakes pay-per-view, she became the third Diamond to surpass the 100-day mark during a singles reign, following Jessica Reed (with the Diamonds Championship) and Mercedes Vargas (with the Ruby Championship), and she was followed by Firenze Everette (who defeating Crystal Hilton in a ladder match to become the undisputed Ruby Champion at Monday Night Sacrifice: Training Grounds Special the night after on March 30), to become the fourth Diamond and second Ruby Champion (after Vargas) to reach the milestone.

On the April 9, 2015 edition on Thursday Night Training Grounds, Vargas lost in a triple threat match to Fiona McFly and Sara Garcia when McFly shoved Vargas out of the way after she hit Be Still My Heart and a springboard leg drop on Garcia to steal the win. On the April 20 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice', she lost her fourth match in a row where during the fourth match of a five match pre-show card, she teamed with Crystal Hilton in a losing effort in a triple threat tag team match against Kayla Richards and Eliza and Alexis Caffrey and Firenze Everett when Richards pinned Hilton for the win. Later that night, Everett celebrated surpassing Vargas'119-day reign.by a single day to become the new longest reigning champion, a record Vargas held for nine months. On the go-home Monday Night Sacrifice before the Viewer's Choice pay-per-view on April 27, she was defeated by IWF Ruby Champion Firenze Everette by pinfall in a Ruby Champion's Showcase Lumberjill match for her fifth loss in a row. During the match, the referee missed Vargas's foot on the bottom rope. Vargas would argue her case as Everette quickly left the ring by which Vargas vowed that the ropes wouldn't save her next week at the Convergence pay-per-view in the Iron Maiden match to determine the number one contender to the Diamonds Championship, with the winner earning a championship match at May's IWF Anniversary Show, Night of the Immortals. It was revealed on IWF.com that both Firenze and Vargas would compete in the match, as well as Alexis Caffrey, Crystal Hilton and Fiona McFly, the lumberjills that were in the match, and Eliza. Unlike last year's event under elimination rules, this year the winner would be determine by the first pinfall or submission in the match. At the pay-per-view, Ana Valentine retained the Diamonds Championship against Sunshine Sparkles by pinfall. In the main event Iron Maiden match, Vargas was unsuccessful as Alexis Caffrey pinned Crystal Hilton for the win. On the fallout from Convergence on the May 11 episode of Monday Night Sacrifice, Vargas faced Fiona McFly in a number one contender's match for the Ruby Championship, but would not be successful as she was submitted by McFly and as a result lost her seventh match, matching a personal worse for longest losing streak of her career, which she did twice in NCW and FFW respectively. The following week in a triple threat match againt Eliza and Crystal Hilton, she lost her record eighth match in a row when Eliza pinned Hilton.

At the start of June, the annual Heir and Heiress to the Throne Tournaments began to determine the number one contenders to the IWF World and Diamonds Championships, held by Renee Pleasant and Alexis Caffrey, who ended the three and six month reigns of Alex Jones and Ana Valentine of their respective titles at IWF's Anniversary Show "Night of the Immortals" on May 31. Vargas would be involved in the Heiress to the Throne Tournament for the second consecutive year where it was revealed on IWF.com that she will be in one of three qualifying matches set for the tournament. On the June 8 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, she defeated Fiona Williams by pinfall to qualify for the 2015 Heiress to the Throne, also ending her overall eight-match losing streak lasting two months, three-match losing streak in singles competition and overall six-match losing streak on Sacrifice. Eliza and Fiona McFly also advanced to the tournament, with respective pinfall victories over Kayla Richards and Paige Garcia in the main event. The qualification continued the following week, as Eternity defeated Sara Garcia, Emma Danielson defeated Isabella Maldini and Amber Richards defeated Crystal Hilton in the main event. The prior two matches involved three of the 14 participants in the first-ever Heiress to the Throne Tournament in 2013: Eternity (semi-finalist), Emma Danielson (participant) and Isabella Maldini (participant) were only three of the eight woman to qualify that year. Following their respective victories in 2015, Eternity and Emma Danielson are the only 2015 participants to have also participated in the first-ever tournament, while Amber joined Vargas as the only participants to qualify for the tournament in back to back years and guaranteed that the tournament included the finalist from the previous year for the first time ever. A third week of qualifying took place on June 22, when newcomer Mirsada Tanovic defeated Domi Natrix in her debut by pinfall. Also, Crystal Hilton was placed in the tournament despite losing her qualifying match, completing the final eight. At the Bloody Assizes 2015 pay-per-view on June 28, Amber Richards defeated Fiona McFly by submission to earn 10 points in the tournament while Vargas defeated Emma Danielson via countout to also earn ten points. The following week on the July 6 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice following Bloody Assizes and the second week of the tournament, Eternity defeated Crystal Hilton, Mirsada Tanovic defeated Fiona McFly, and Eliza defeated Emma Danielson. On the go home edition of Monday Night Sacrifice before the Lineage pay-per-view on July 20, Vargas was defeated by Amber Richards for her second defeat by pinfall. Eternity defeated Emma Danielson, Eliza defeated Fiona McFly, and Alexis Caffrey defeated Crystal Hilton in a non-tournament match that had Hilton won would have given her 20 points in the tournment standings. At the end of third week, Eternity, Eliza and Amber qualified for the semifinals while McFly and Hilton's defeat eliminated them from the tournament, leaving only Vargas, Danielson and Tanovic alive to make the semifinals. At Lineage on July 26, the three faced off in a triple threat Last Chance at the Saloon match to qualify for the final in the semifinals. Vargas went on to win after stealing Tanovic's pinfall on Danielson. On the Monday Night Sacrifice following the pay-per-view on August 3, Vargas faced Eternity in the first semifinal match in the main event. In a hard-fought thrilling contest, Vargas was defeated after she submitted to Eternity's "Dying Wish" Kimura lock, Two weeks later on the August 17 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice. Vargas suffered her second defeat, also by submission, to Paige Garcia. She would would then faced Diamonds Champion Alexis Caffrey in a non-title match the following week on the go-home show before Legacy, but was also defeated, this time by pinfall, for the third time. The following week on the September 7 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, she submitted to Eliza for her third submission loss in five weeks, her sixth consecutive loss on Sacrifice and her fifth overall loss in a row. The following week on September 14, her losing streak continued as she teamed with Emma Danielson against Sara and Paige Garcia when Sara pinned Vargas. This night saw Vargas passing Amber Richards for the most TV appearances in a single year, with 20. Richards' 2014 record of 19 (from January 13 to November 17) stood for 9 months, 28 days, 301 days overall - or 43 weeks. Vargas would end 2015 having wrestled 26 TV matches, setting the new mark). The following week in a triple threat match against Emma Danielson and Kayla Richards, she failed to win the match after Danielson hit Vargas with the Brooklyn Hangover, but before Danielson could pin her, Richards hit Danielson with the Sister of Mercy on Danielson for the pin and the win. At Extreme Endurance on September 27, she competed in the first-ever Maiden of Steel match against Emma Danielson, Crystal Hilton, Kayla Richards and the Garcia Twins, Paige and Sara Garcia. Danielson and the Garcias were eliminated during the match, leaving Vargas, Richards and Hilton as the final three, until Richards submitted Vargas before eventually winning the match, laying out Hilton with a pair of brass knuckles to win by knockout. The night also saw Vargas become the fourth Diamond after Amber Richards, Ana Valentine and Alexis Caffrey to wrestle 50 TV/PPV matches all time. The following week on the October 5 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, she matched her longest losing streak in IWF when she lost to newcomer Esperanza Serranto by pinfall. On the go-home Sacrifice before October Revolution, Diamonds Champion Alexis Caffrey issued an open challenge to face her for her title, which Vargas answered. It was later revealed that Caffrey and Vargas would face each other for the title at the pay-per-view. Later in the night, the two was part of an eight-woman tag team match alongside Serranto and Sara Garcia against Eternity, Eliza, Kayla Richards and Crystal Hilton. The match ended in a no contest  after the two sides entered into a brawl and the official loosing control of the match. The brawl continued all the way into the back, leaving Eliza and Eternity, who attacked Eliza as the show went off the air. As a result of the outcome, Vargas ended her over two-month losing streak. At October Revolution, Vargas lost just her second opportunity at the Diamonds Championship to Caffrey by submission. On the November 2 edition of Sacrifice following the pay-per-view, Vargas teamed up with Paige Garcia in a winning effort against Emma Danielson and Crystal Hilton after Garcia hit the "All About Me" for the subsequent pinfall. Vargas also set the new record for most TV/PPV appearances in IWF history, when she surpassed the old mark of 30, set by Amber Richards in 2014 on December 21. The record stood for 10 months, 12 days, 316 days overall, or 45 weeks and a day (Vargas eventually ended the year having wrestled in 34 TV/PPV matches, setting the new record on December 21). Two weeks later on the November 23rd edition of Monday Night Sacrifice (rescheduled from November 16 due to a snow storm), she faced Shieldmaiden Champion Kayla Richards and Fiona Mcly in a non-title triple threat match that saw Richards get the pinfall on Vargas following the Sister of Mercy kick. It was announced on the IWF.com website that Vargas would challenge Emma Danielson in a number one contender's match at the Survival of the Fittest pay-per-view for a Shieldmaiden Championship title shot at the next Sacrifice episode following the pay-per-view on December 7. Vargas would go on to lose at the pay-per-view to Danielson by pinfall for her second straight defeat and first defeat to Danielson in IWF. On the December 21 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice and the final show of 2015, she was defeated by Kate Steele who had never defeated Vargas in their previous two matches in IWF and for her first win in IWF in her career. Previously, Steele had lost all 16m-match winless streak, including a draw. For Vargas, the loss was her seventh straight defeat in singles competition on Sacrifice. December 16 marked two years since Vargas made her onscreen debut on IWF, appearing on the December 16, 2013 episode while December 29 was two years since her IWF debut where on December 29, 2013 at Diamonds are Forever in East Rutherford, New Jersey, she defeated Rayne in the first of two back-to-back victories at the event. She would defeat Rayne again a year later. To date, she is the only Diamond to defeat the same opponent at the event.

Championship Ambitions and Performance Review and Departure (2016)

In Vargas' first match of 2016 on the January 11 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, she competed against Crystal Millar, the now married Crystal Hilton, and Shieldmaiden Champion Kayla Richards in a non-title triple threat match. The result saw Richards win the match when she submitted Vargas for her third straight loss on Sacrifice and ninth straight defeat in ten multi-person matches overall. Due to comments she made during a backstage interview the following week, Diamonds Commissioner Kathleen Conway placed Vargas on a 6-match performance review. In a tag team match on the go-home Monday Night Sacrifice on January 25, she teamed with Emma Danielson in a losing effort against Eliza Valentine and Eternity when the latter pinned Vargas. At Metamorphosis 2016, Vargas faced Kayla Richards for the Shieldmaiden, with the stipulation that if Vargas failed to win the title, she would be barred from representing the company on IWF programming during the length of her probation. Richards went on to retain by submission in her 6th defense. The following weeks, she was defeated by Shea O'Hara and Jessica Reed by pinfall and Diamonds Champion Alexis Caffrey by submission for her seventh, eighth and ninth losses in a row, fifth, sixth and seventh in row on Sacrifice and eighth, ninth and tenth a row in singles competition on the show. At Danger Zone, she competed against Kayla Richards, Avery Barnes and Emma Danielson in a fatal four-way match where had Richards or Barnes won, they would receive a Diamonds Championship match with the chance to choose the stipulation and a Shieldmaiden Championship match; if Danielson won, she would participate in the Iron Maiden match, and if Vargas won, she would get the reward of the one she pinned, but if she lostt she would announce her resignation on the Sacrificee following the pay-per-view. Barnes went on to submit Danielson for the win. On the March 7 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice a week after the pay-per-view, Vargas was given the choice to either resign or stay in the promotion, but if she choose the latter than Conway would control her contract, limiting her appearances in IWF. After making controversial statements about Conway and the Diamonds division, including placing the blame on the state of the division on Alexis Caffrey, Kayla Richards and Eternity for "killing the division", Vargas revealed that she was staying in IWF, prompting Conway to make her remarks on her decision and announcing that Vargas would face Fiona McFly the following week where the loser would be banned from competing in championship matches for four months. Vargas, in what would be her 66th match, surpassing Amber Richards for most matches of all time, lost to McFly, in what would be her final match in the promotion. Vargas would never appear on IWF television again and, after two months of inactivity, was unceremoniously released from IWF on May 29. Vargas made a one night only appearance when she answered Kimberly Williams' challenge at Open Fight Night 34 on the August 13 edition of Monday Night Sacrifice, winning the match by pinfall to snap both her overall 11 match losing streak and in singles competition in what also her 50th match on Sacrifice.

Honor Wrestling (2017 - present)

On June 23, Vargas signed with Las Vegas promotion Honor Wrestling. On the July 12 episode of Wednesday Night Showdown (aired July 13), she won in her debut against Latoya Hixx. This was her first debut match since Femme Fatales Wrestling in January 2014. With the win, Vargas improved her record in debut matches to 11-0-1. The following week, she made her Pride Tag Team Wrestling debut on the second show on July 19 (aired July 21) during the main event in the first-ever Mayhem Survival match. Vargas went on to win the 30-person battle royal, lastly eliminating Eyesnsayne. As a result, Vargas won $200,000 in cash, an 2018 Chevy Equinox SUV and a commemorative ring and trophy to signifying her win. The following week on the July 26 edition of Showdown (aired July 28), she defeated Stacy Ruins and Latoya Hixx in a triple threat match, pinning Ruins. On the August 2 edition of Pride Tag Team Wrestling (aired August 3), she and Eyesnsayne defeated Kate and Teddy Steele in a mixed tag team match by submission when both made them submit. Tatsu Ikeda won her fourth match to break the record for longest undefeated streak by a female wresler in Honor (a record held by Dixie and Mixxie who both went 3-0 in matches; Dixie left the promotion shortly afterter while Missy lost her next match) in her tag team victory with Legacy Champion Alicia Lukas defeating Latoya Hixx and Ms. Right when Lukas pinned Hixx. The win made Vargas the second woman to start 4-0 in a career. At Zero Hero on August 13, she won her pay-per-view debut winning a tag match alongside Ikeda against The Ruins Sisters, Debbie and Stacy. Two weeks later at the August 30 edition of Pride Tag Team Wrestling (aired on August 31), she defeated Kate and Teddy Steele a second time alongside Mickey Carroll, who pinned Teddy for the win, pushing Mercedes's undefeated streak to 6-0 and one win closer from tying Eyesnsane for the longest unbeaten streak after seven matches. Tatsu Ikeda went on to match Mercedes's win streak with her own win in her sixth match, defeating Hardcore Champion Winter the following week on the September 6 edition of Showdown (aired September 7). Eyesnsayne went unbeaten for four and a half months from January 30 to May 17, 2017 during his streak, lasting 93 days. At the Honor Supershow on October 1, Tatsu Ikeda tied Eyesnsane's record with a sigles victory against Mrs. Right. The same night, Vargas teamed up wilth Eric Weaver to defeat Nerd, Inc., the team of Jackson Stewart and Char Kwan, who she pinned to again match Ikeda's record at 7-0. At Wrestle Bowl II on October 15, she was given a Women's Honor Championship match against Samantha Tolson, which she won by pinfall, ending Tolson's 126-day reign after three defenses. In addition to Tatsu Ikeda's defeat during the Wrestle Bowl match where she failed to reach the ladder match portion, being eliminated in the battle royal portion of the match, Vargas also claimed sole possesion for the longest undefeated streak in Honor Wrestling history and thus surpassed Eyesnsane's 7-0 mark. Six days later, on October 21, Vargas became just the second wrestler in Honor to surpass 100 days undefeated (Tatsu Ikeda accomplished this eight days earlier on October 13). On October 24, she surpassed Ikeda's 103 days (from July 4 to October 15, 2017) for the longest undefeated streak in Honor Wrestling history. Two weeks later on the November 1 episode of Pride Tag Team Wrestling (aired November 2), she was successful in a tag team match as she and new Legacy Champion Travis Blake defeated Brittany Olson and Blasted Monk, with Vargas pinning Olson to go to 9-0. On November 12, Vargas celebrated the fourth month of her undefeated streak reaching 123 days since her Honor debut in mid-July. On the November 22 edition of Showdown (aired November 25), she was interrupted in an in-ring promo by the returning Winter, which led to a brawl that the Bad Boys broke up. Later in the night, Vargas won her 10th consecutive match in a four-on-four survivor elimination tag team match when Vargas, Mrs. Right and Pride Tag Team Champions Cynthia Warren defeated Brittany Olson, Hardcore Tag Team Champions Belinda Warwick and Women's Legacy Champion Alicia Lukas 4-3, with Vargas being the sole survivor lastly eliminating Lukas by pinfall with the Mercy Shot. The following week, Vargas was attacked by Winter the moment she gave another in-ring promo, which the Bad Boys had to get involved in to break up. At the Showdown Supershow on December 6 (aired December 7), Tatsu Ikeda defeated Winter to earn the right to challenge Vargas at Fallout for her title. In the main event of Showdown, Vargas teamed up with Honor World Champion Alex Jones in a tag match against Travis Blake and Alicia Lukas. Although billed as a mixed tag match, this was actually changed into an intergender match by Showdown General Manager Ernest Jackson. Vargas avd Jones would end up winning by disqualification after the Bad Boys interfered, attacking Alex Jones. A brawl between the Bad Boys and Eric Weaver, Alex Jones, and Travis Blake erupted while Tatsu brawled with Vargas. Security intervened to close out the show. As a result of the disqualification, Vargas kept her undefeated streak intact at 11-0 and remained perfect at Showdown (5-0) and in overall main events, now at 3-0. On December 18 (aired December 19) at Fallout in her native Buenos Aires, Vargas successfully retained the Women's Honor Championship against Tatsu Ikeda in the main event by pinfall in her first defense, thus handing Ikeda only her third loss of her career and first in singles while Vargas ended her first year in Honor Wrestling undefeated at 12-0, 4-0 in main events and 6-2-0 in the final match of a new year in her career. Ten days later following the supercard at the final Honor Wrestling show for 2017 at "Pride Tag Team Wrestling" on December 27 (aired December 28), Vargas was nominated for three awards at their Year-End Awards Show with Vargas win at the inaugural 30-man Mayhem Survival match battle royal in July 2017 won the Honor Wrestling Year-End Award for "Moment of the Year" while being voted as the 2017 "Woman of the Year" as well.

Keeping Streak Alive (2018 - present)

On the first Honor show of 2018 on the January 4 edition of "Wednesday Night Showdown" (aired January 5), Vargas competed in an eight-woman battle royal in the co-main event, which also included Delia Darling, Winter, the Ruin Sisters, Latoya Hixx, Mrs. Right, and newcomer Crystal Hilton. The match came down to Winter, Mrs. Right, Vargas and Hilton. After Vargas and Hilton eliminated the competition, Vargas went to eliminate Hilton for her third elimination of the night to win the match and push her unbeaten streak to 13-0. On the January 17 edition of "Showdown", Vargas faced Winter in a non-title match, however lost the match by disqualification when the returning Syrin attacked Winter. As a result, this ended several streaks for Vargas, including her undefeated streak ending at 189 days (though she still remaining unpinned or submitted), her first loss on Showdown, her first singles defeat and her first loss in the co-main event, where she previously won in each of her first four matches. On the Honor Wrestling website, it was then announced that Vargas would be defending her championship against Winter on the next edition of Showdown where also that night would be a number one contendership match between Tatsu Ikeda and Dahlia Rotten. If Vargas retained, she would face the winner at the Warzone pay-per-view for the title. If Vargas wins, she will face the winner between Tatsu Ikeda and Dahlia Rotten at Warzone February 18. If Winter wins, than the title match becomes a fatal four-way featuring Vargas in her contractual rematch, Winter, the returning Syrin and the Tatsu Ikeda/Dahlia Rotten winner. In the days ahead, Syrin left the company making it a triple threat. In the main event of that January 31 "Showdown", Dahlia Rotten defeated Tatsu Ikeda to become the next challenger. In the main event, Mercedes retained the Women's Honor Championship against Winter when Winter did not answer the referee's ten count. On February 5 on the Honor Wrestling website, Vargas's match with Rotten was revealed to be a No Disqualification match. In the week leading up to the match, Vargas entered the seventh month of her undefeated streak, the fourth month of her reign, and the night before would tie Samantha Tolson's second reign. At Warzone on February 18 (airdate February 19), the first Honor pay-per-view of the new year, Vargas would retain the title in her third defense and in the process, became the new most defending and singles longest reigning Honor Champion in history, surpassing Tolson's previous record of two defenses and her previous record of 126 days. With the win, Vargas improved to 4-0 in singles competition, 4-0 in pay-per-view matches and extended her seven-month long undefeated streak in Honor. With Travis Blake's injury forcing him to vacate the Honor Legacy Championship, Vargas was now in a tie with Alex Jones, who retained his Honor World Championship at the pay-per-view, for the second longest combined reign of any kind in Honor history, only behind Women's Legacy Champion Alicia Lukas, who like Vargas and Jones, retained in her fifth defense, the most of any champion in history. On February 22, Vargas's unpinned streak reached 225 days. Following the pay-per-view on the February 28 edition of "Showdown" (aired March 1), a one-night tournament was held to determine the next contender for the Honor Championship at the Turmoil pay-per-view. 16 women competed in five fatal four-way elimination matches. Mrs. Right lastly eliminated Cindy Warren, which also included Crystal Hilton and Winter, in the main event to win the match and earn the contendership. On March 5, Vargas celebrated the 141st day of her title reign, surpassing Samantha Tolson's 140 days for the longest combined days with the Honor Championship in history. Two days later on the March 7 edition of "Pride Tag Team Wrestling" (airdate March 9), Mercedes teamed up with Mrs. Right against Stephanie Sullivan and Crystal Hilton, collectively known as the Motor City Maidens, in the main event. The match ended in a no contest when the referee lost control of the match. Vargas and Right brawled with Sullivan and Hilton as the show closed. It was then revealed that Hilton and Vargas would face each other in the main event at Showdown in a non-title singles match. On March 12, Vargas entered the eighth month of her undefeated streak at 243 days. Two nights later on the March 14 edition of "Showdown" (aired March 15th) and the 150th day of her reign, Vargas defeated Hilton by countout. Prior to the match, Hilton challenged Vargas to a title match for the March 28 Showdown in a ladder match, to which Vargas accepted; however, by ruling of Honor management, Hilton would have to win a tag team rematch between her and Stephanie Sullivan against Vargas and Mrs. Right the next week on Pride Tag Team Wrestling, marking the third straight week they would face each other. Two nights before the match, Vargas entered the 250th day of her undefeated streak. Vargas and Right would get the win on the Pride show on March 21 (airdate on March 23) following Vargas hitting the Black Rose Overdrive on Sullivan. With the win, Vargas earned the right to select an opponent of her choosing at the next Showdown for her title.

On March 23, Honor Wrestling revealed on its website that Showdown, Pride Tag Team Wrestling, and Northern Lights Wrestling Avalanche will air every other week. Avalanche will replace Pride airing on alternate Wednesdays while Pride moves to Saturday nights. Pay-per-views will also move to Saturdays, beginning with the Turmoil pay-per-view, which was rescheduled from April 22 to May 5. Mercedes would retain her championship in her next two matches. First in the main event on the April 7 edition of Pride Tag Team Wrestling with Alex Jones also defending his world championship against Mickey Carroll and Kate Steele and on the April 18 edition of Wednesday Night Showdown (airdate April 19) against Jordan Monroe, Vargas' handpicked opponent. She entered the ninth month of her unbeaten streak and the 275th day of the streak during the 12th and 13th of the month. The one-on-one match between Mrs. Right and Alicia Lukas would become a triple threat after Brooke Saxon promised Alicia Lukas that if she retained her Legacy Championship twice during the month, she would be included in the match. Lukas defeated Cynthia Warren and then Jessie Salco, who defeated Stacy Ruin, Dahlia Rotten and Tatsu Ikeda in a gauntlet match, in her second mandated defense, her overall seventh of her title reign. On the April 21 edition of Pride Tag Team Wrestling (aired on April 22), Right, Lukas and Vargas had a contract signing for the match. Earlier in the night, Right had also won the Hardcore Tag Team Championship with Eyesnsayne defeating Crystal Hilton and Stephanie Sullivan in a ladder match when Right grabbed the titles to win the match and end their reign at fourteen days, which marked the fifth title change in two months since the new year.

At Turmoil on May 5, Vargas' reign with the Honor Championship came to an end in her sixth defense when Legacy Champion Alicia Lukas pinned Hardcore Tag Team Champion Mrs. Right after the Georgia Drop, ending Vargas reign at 202 days, the longest singles and combined reign in Honor Wrestling history. The five defenses was also the most in history. Because Vargas was not pinned, she still maintained her unpinned/unsubmitted streak, now at 297 days and which she would go on to 300 days three days later on May 8. Earlier in the night at Turmoil, Alex Jones lost the male's Honor World Championship to Mickey Carroll, leaving Alicia Lukas as the lone singles champion to retain as well as the longest active current champion, with her Legacy Championship reign at 369 days (Lukas vacated the Legacy Championship, ending her reign at 380 days). Later that night at Turmoil, Vargas aligned herself with Delia Darling, Tatsu Ikeda, and Winter (Kawaii Dragons) to form AGIFT (All Girls International Fight Team). The match saw the four try and attack Brooke Saxon, chasing her to the back. Unaired footage was shown on the May 19 edition of Saturday Night Pride Wrestling as the group attacked security and the lockerroom with kendo sticks, as well as another attempt at attacking Saxon. That same Pride, Saxon stripped Tatsu Ikeda and Winter of their contractual rematches for the Pride Tag Team Championship, removed and replaced them from the six-pack challenge for the vacant Legacy Championship and booked them to face Honor Champion Alicia Lukas and Jessie Salco in the main event, which the Kawaii Dragons went on to lose when Lukas pinned Ikeda. Delia Darling was booked to face a mystery opponent, but paperwork did not fall through so it was changed to Debi Ruin, and Mercedes was booked to face Kate Steele. On May 13, Vargas entered the tenth month of her unbeaten streak, now at 304 days. On the May 30 edition of Showdown, Steele defeated Vargas by forfeit when she did not show for the match. Mercedes was found unconscience in the lockerroom, only for it to really be a ruse set up by AGIFT later on when Mercedes was seen later with the group. For her actions at Showdown, Brooke Saxon stripped Vargas of her contractual rematch for the Honor Championship at Pride. During the month of June, she surpassed the 325th day of her undefeated streak on June 2, entered the 11th month of her reign on June 12 (at 335 days) and entered the 350th days of her streak on June 27th before her next match a month later. Vargas backed out of her tag match with Delia Darling against the Ruin Sisters on the June 30 edition of Pride Tag Team Wrestling, forcing Darling to go at it alone in a handicap match. The match ended in a disqualification win for the Ruins when La Paloma interfered on Darling's behalf and attacked one of the sisters with a steel chair. Following hitting the Black Rose Overdrive, Vargas revealed herself under the La Paloma disguise. In July, Vargas reached one full year unpinned on July 12, making history as the first and only wrestler in Honor to go unpinned in one year as well as in singles. Two days later at Northern Lights Wrestling Supernova pay-per-view, she was the next-to-last eliminated in a six-person battle royal to claim the number 30 spot in the second annual Mayhem Survival match at Pride Tag Team Wrestling two weeks later, celebrating Honor's three-year anniversary. Six days before her next match, Vargas reached 375 days into her unpinned streak. At the July 28 Pride, Vargas was eliminated fifth in the Mayhem Survival Match by Honor Commissioner Brooke Saxon who not only made Vargas the first entry as punishment for Delia Darling refusing to participate, but also inserted herself in the match as the second entry. The loss also ended Vargas' six-match undefeated streak at Pride, winning her first six matches. On August 12, she entered the 13th month of her unpinned streak and eclipsed the 400-day mark five days later on August 17. On the August 25 edition of Pride Tag Team Wrestling, Vargas teamed with Rory Rockefeller against Kader Hasheem and Jacob Johnson, where they came out victorious with Vargas pinning Hasheem, marking the end of her losing skid at four. On the September 12 edition of "Wednesday Night Showdown", Vargas faced Courtney Leinart-Steele in a singles match on the night of her 14th month of her unpinned streak, now at 427 days. On the Honor Supershow on September 29 and the final show before Zero Hour, Vargas teamed up with Tatsu Ikeda and Winter to take on Kate Steele, Pride Tag Team Champion Dahlia Rotten and Honor Women's Legacy Champion Jessie Salco, which GIFT would win when Winter pinned Steele after she and Ikeda hit their double team finisher on Steele. Vargas improved to 9-0-1 in her tenth main event.

World Wrestling Headquarters (2018-present)

Debut and early matches (2018-present)

On January 18, Mercedes signed with World Wrestling Headquarters and was assigned to its Monday Night HellsGate brand, where she made her roster debut at the Battle of Calgary pay-per-view on February 25, 2018 competing in the namesake 30-person Battle of Calgary battle royal for an opportunity for a title match of their choosing. At the event, Vargas, as the 17th entrant, made it to the final eight competitors, surviving the first 15 eliminations before she herself was eliminated by Maki in the match. With the loss, it marked the first defeat in a debut match for a new company in her career and snapped an nine-match unbeaten streak (11-0-1). Two weeks later on the March 12 edition of HellsGate (aired March 13), Vargas faced Melanie Gabrielle making her WWH and HellsGate debut, Kasey Summers, and Talia Lea in a fatal four-way match in her own HellsGate debut, which Vargas won, pinning Lea after hitting the Mercy Shot. Two weeks later, Vargas faced Deacon Winterborn in a singles match which ended in a draw via double disqualification when Winterborn was attacked by Damage while Mercedes was attacked by Astrid Sedin, accompanied by her personal assistant. This would lead to a tag team match on the following show. On the WWH Twitter account, it was revealed that Vargas and Sedin would also meet at Wrestlemania X in Las Vegas on April 22. At HellsGate in the tag match on April 9 (aired April 10), Vargas and her partner Alexander Devin were defeated by Sedin and Justin Jones after Sedin pinned Devin. At Wrestlemania X, the final show in WWH history, Sedin defeated Vargas in a singles match, where Vargas suffered an injury and was stretchered out of the arena. It was revealed that she suffered a Grade 1 concussion and a knee injury after the match. Vargas ended her two month skid three weeks later on the May 21 (air date May 22) edition of Monday Night HellsGate by winning her first round match in the Phoenix Cup Tournament, defeating Tanja Devereaux by submission in the first round and Jason Katore in the semifinals the following show before being eliminated by Noah Reiner, who defeated Megan Treamon and Laura Phoenix, in the finals at WWH Grindhouse on June 17 (airdate June 18). After judicary issues caused most of the roster to leave the company and many title vacancies, WWH made wholesale changes to the company, including ending the HellsGate and Showdown brands, ending the HellsGate and Showdown broadcasts and merging the talent, with Thursday Night Dystopia being the sole flagship brand and broadcast.

Mercedes Vargas participated in the 2018 Shogun Tournament and was placed in the B Block side of the tournament along with Phoenix Winterborn, Zolton, Maki, Jacob Walker, and Devilyn Hurricane from the Santorium (formerly Asylum) roster. A win in the tournament was worth 2 points, a draw or no contest was worth 1 point, and a loss 0 points

In the first night of the Shogun on the premier episode of Thursday Night Dystopia on July 26, Devilynn Hurricane defeated Jacob Walker by technical submission, Zolton defeated Phoenix Winterborn by pinfall and Vargas defeated Maki in the co-main event by pinfall with help from Courtney Leinart-Steele who distracted Maki and allowed Vargas to take advantage, hitting Maki with the Mercy Shot for the victory. In the following episode, Maki defeated Devilyn Hurricane by pinfall while Vargas defeated Zolton by pinfall to take first place by outright to remain undefeated in the tournament. On the third night, Vargas competed in a triple threat against Phoenix Winterborn and Devilyn Hurricane, which saw Winterborn won by pinning Hurricane. Vargas secured first place and qualified for the semifinals with a singles match win against Hurricane on the next show while Zolton defeated Phoenix Winterborn to advance. At Shogun on September 23, Vargas was defeated by Zolton. The finals saw Nick Sanderson win the tournament by beating Jason Kortare in the semifinals followed by Zolton in the main event. On the October 11 edition of Thursday Night Dystopia, Vargas competed against Devilyn Hurricane to determine the number one contender for the Affliction Championship, held by inaugural champion Vincent Lyons, who won the title at Shogun. Vargas defeated Hurricane for the second time to win the match.

Combat Wrestling (2018)

Debut and early matches (2018-present)

On February 27, Vargas signed a contract with the Boston, Massachusetts-based Combat Wrestling promotion, made official on March 2. She made her roster debut on th March 16th edition of Friday Night Fury in a singles match, defeating Lizzy Damon. On the following show two weeks later on March 30, Vargas competed against Caitlyn Wright, Kimberley Williams, and Gwen Price-King in a fatal four-way elimination match to determine the next contender to Dawn Halliwell's Women's World Heavyweight Championship. Vargas was eliminated second after Williams by Wright and the match came down to Wright and Price-King, with the latter coming out victorious by pinfall. This would be the last event for the promotion as an announcement on April 12 from founder Spike Kane revealed that the promotion would be closing that very day during the week of its April 13th event. Mercedes was supposed to face Amber Cooke on the show. Combat Wrestling would last nearly three months since opening on February 2, with six shows and one pay-per-view.

Personal life

Vargas was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has an older brother, a cousin and an aunt who all live in the United States while her parents split their time between Argentina and the United States. She is a native Spanish and Argentine Spanish speaker, and also speaks English, French, and German fluently, and some Italian. Vargas has a degree in Communications. An avid sports fan, she supports her native Argentine side in football and follows the NBA, NHL, NFL, MLB and occasionally college sports, with her favorite teams including the New York Knicks, Rangers, Giants and Mets. In 2009, she became a US citizen while retaining her Argentinian citizenship. Vargas used to live in Queens, New York, but now resides in the Palms neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

In wrestling

  • Signature moves
  • Regular moves
    • Body scissors to a sitting opponent, sometimes while applying a dragon sleeper or full nelson hold or rolled into a double leg nelson/Gedo Clutch pin
    • Catapult backbreaker
    • Corner foot choke, taking advantage of the full five-count and sometimes mocking the referee while counting along in Spanish and before being admonished by the referee, releasing the hold and telling the referee, "I have until five." holding up five fingers
    • Crucifix headscissors
    • Discus clothesline
    • Drop toe hold, sometimes used illegally to force an opponent into a chair or other elevated weapon, to force an opponent face first into the turnbuckle, or occasionally into a quick transitional move into a double toed leglock/surfboard submission, hair pull curb stomp, the Divine Mercy, or the Red Peril II.
    • Flap jack, stungun or hotshot, sometimes followed by a kip-up, occasionally to an opponent into the turnbuckle or ropes and often used as a counter to an oncoming opponent
    • Free Form Jazz, Module I (Flying clothesline, followed by a running back elbow, a double axe handle, sliding through the opponent's legs or evasion and finished with either an a ropewalk armdrag or hiptoss or float over neckbreaker)
    • Free Form Jazz, Module II (Series of running clotheslines, followed by a Japanese arm drag, an inverted atomic drop, a spinning sole kick to the midsection, a standing dropkick and finished with either the Two to Tango or Be Still My Heart. She occasionally adds a slingshot or springboard legdrop or springboard moonsault for a pin attempt to end the cycle
    • Front-flip facebuster/forward somersault cutter to a kneeling opponent
    • Hair-pull curb stomp
    • Hair-pull mat slam
    • Hair-pull over-the-shoulder snapmare, sometimes followed by:
    • Handspring back elbow (sometimes using a double or triple rotation) sometimes followed by a corner foot choke, bulldog, gator roll, monkey flip, running crossbody block or a step-up enziguri.
    • Heel tactics (Showboating, utilizing an arrogant pin while posing or mocking the crowd, holding the forearm on an opponent's face during a pinfall attempt, lifting an opponent off the mat, usually by pulling the hair, during a seemingly effective pinfall in order to continue the match and beating up the opponent, or even stepping onto and over a grounded opponent, dusting her hands and feet from all the grime that brushes off her opponent, usually during or after a match, etc)
    • Hurricanrana, sometimes as a counter to an oncoming opponent or a diving hurricanrana, sometimes from the second rope or off of the ring apron
    • Mexican surfboard
    • Missile dropkick
    • Monkey flip to a standing or cornered opponent
    • Multiple DDT variations
    • Multiple pinning variations
      • Backbridge, sometimes preceded by a double leg takedown
      • Back slide, sometimes preceded by a sitdown hangman’s neckbreaker or while bridging
      • Bridging Floatover
      • Crucifix
      • Gannosuke Clutch
      • Jackknife
      • La Magistral
      • Manami Roll
      • Oklahoma Roll
      • Schoolgirl roll-up
      • Small Package
      • Victory roll, sometimes using a wheelbarrow bodyscissors variation or as a counter to a wheelbarrow bodyscissors
    • Multiple stomps while circling a fallen opponent
    • Plancha/Slingshot crossbody, sucide dive or tope con hilo/giro to an opponent standing outside the ring
    • Pre-emptive Strike (Knife-edged chop to the chest of an opponent in the corner, usually performed after shushing the audience so to hear the impact and sometimes followed by a Machine Gun Chops to the opponent's chest and face)
    • Rolling front chancery
    • Rope-aided lungblower/backstabber or dropdown or arm trap neckbreaker on the knee
    • Short-arm knife edge chops (anywhere from 2 to 5) and finished with a Short-arm clothesline
    • Simultaneous side headlock and headscissors takedown combination on two opponents
    • Slingshot or a springboard leg drop, sometimes to an opponent draped over the second rope, or from the top rope
    • Somersault arm drag
    • Snap double underhook DDT
    • Spear
    • Spinning sole kick to the midsection, followed by a front kick to the face and chest and finished with either a reverse roundhouse kick to the head, the 2 to Tango or the Coup de grâce
    • Straitjacket
    • Stump puller

With Veronica Valiant

  • Double-team finishing moves
    • Infernal Crescendo (After guiding the opponent towards the turnbuckle, Valiant sits up on the top rope and lifts the opponent up in Suplex fashion, just as Vargas approaches; Valiant then deposits the opponent onto Vargas' shoulders, leaving them in the Electric Chair position. Vargas backs away whilst Valiant stands up on top of the corner post; then Valiant leaps off and grabs the captured opponent in a front facelock, twisting around as Vargas sits down and throws them forward, so the opponent lands flat on their front as Valiant drives their head into the mat with a Tornado DDT variant)
  • Double-team signature moves
    • Aerial Rave (With Valiant standing on the apron, she performs a swinging neckbreaker, before Vargas follows through with a springboard legdrop)
    • All Choked Up (After Valiant uses Snake Eyes to plant an opponent throat-first across the ropes, she leans in and holds them tightly in that position; meanwhile, Vargas runs off the opposite ropes and towards Valiant, before leap-frogging over her partner and bringing a guillotine legdrop down on the opponent's head, often causing the opponent to over-balance and flip straight over the top rope and out of the ring. A variation of this move sees Vargas perform a double knee drop to the spine of an opponent who is across the ropes or stands on the shoulder of an opponent, choking them in the process)
    • Bait and Switch (Vargas goes for a matrix evasion to an oncoming opponent and Valiant hits a shuffle side kick to the face of their opponent)
    • Bitch, Sit Your Ass Down! (Valiant performs Dangerous Vanity, a wide-ranging smack to an opponent's face with a very large and very expensive Dolce & Gabbana watch, with the victim then turning towards Vargas, who then executes Be Still My Heart)
    • Eldritch Thunderbolt (Valiant performs Eldritch Storm, which begins with a sharp slap to an opponent's face, followed by a left kick in the midsection, a right knee to the back of the elbow, twin eye pokes, and a chop to each side of the neck and then Vargas finishes with a handspring tilt-a-whirl DDT to complete this maneuver.)
    • Overdraft (Doubling the opponent over with a kick, Vargas hoists them up onto her shoulders as if for a Powerbomb, then Valiant takes a run-up from behind Vargas and leaps, securing her legs around the opponent's neck and leaning back down to flip the opponent clear over Vargas' head with a hurricanrana)
    • Photo Op (Valiant performs Breaking Even, a drop toe hold to a charging opponent quickly followed by a double knee drop to an opponent's spine and after the double knee drop, Veronica pulls the downed opponent's head up off the mat by the hair, allowing Vargas to deliver a low dropkick to their face)
    • Reap the Whirlwind (Vargas is in front of the opponent while Valiant stands behind. Vargas delivers Be Still My Heart, and then, aided by the momentum of the kick, Veronica finishes with Falling Stock, a dragon sleeper transitioned into a Twist of Fate to an opponent)
    • Trip to the Dark Side (This double team move sees Vargas in front of the opponent while Veronica stands behind. Vargas delivers a Chokehold STO while Veronica performs a Russian legsweep simultaneously)
    • V with a Twist (Each grabbing one arm of a single opponent, Vargas and Valiant execute stereo arm wrenches, before nailing the opponent in the gut with synchronized mid-kicks; after five strikes apiece, they release their grip on the arms, before Vargas blasts the opponent in the face with a spinning heel kick whilst Valiant takes out their legs with a reverse sweep kick)
  • With Kathleen Conway
    • Double-team finishing moves
      • Four Leaf Lotus Lock (Peligro Rojo (Vargas) / Inverted figure-four leglock (Conway) combination on one opponent
      • Kradle Among The Black Roses (Kat's Kradle (Conway) / Black Rose Overdrive (Vargas) combination on two opponents)
    • Double-team signature moves
      • Ace of Hearts (Vargas hits her Be Still My Heart savate kick, and the opponent stumbles and turns straight into FameAcer from Conway)
      • Breaking The Mirror (Conway hooks one opponent in an Inverted figure-four leglock whilst Vargas hooks the other opponent in the Peligro Rojo II)
      • Kat Kall of Divine Mercy (Vargas locks in her Divine Mercy submission hold whilst Conway intercepts the other opponent who is trying to make the save with her Kat Kall)
      • Nine Lives Neckbreaker (Vargas hooks the opponent in a neckbreaker position whilst Conway gets to the top rope and dives off with a frog splash whilst Vargas completes the neckbreaker at the same time before Conway sometimes follows up with a pin)
  • Tag team/stables
    • VVMV (w/Veronica Valiant)
    • Ebony & Spice 2.0 (w/Crystal Hilton)
    • Opportunity (w/Kathleen Conway)
    • The Mean Girls
      • First incarnation: Veronica Taylor (leader and founder) and Angelica (co-founder) (March 18 - June 17, 2012)
      • Second incarnation: Angelica, Delia Darling (leader), Holly Wood, Tessa Flannigan (January 5 - March 29, 2014)
      • Third incarnation: Angelica, Delia Darling (leader), Holly Wood, Tessa Flannigan, Veronica Taylor (March 30 - July 5, 2014)
      • Fourth incarnation: Angelica, Delia Darling, Holly Wood, Tessa Flannigan, Veronica Taylor, Liz Smalls (July 6 - August 2, 2014)
      • Fifth incarnation Angelica, Delia Darling, Veronica Taylor, Liz Smalls, Mercedes Vargas (August 3 - October 5, 2014)
      • Sixth incarnation: Angelica, Delia Darling, Veronica Taylor, Mercedes Vargas, Amanda Cortez (December 14, 2014 - May 3, 2015)
  • Nicknames
    • "Mercy V"
    • "The Argentine Assassin"
    • "(The) #ChampionofChampions"
    • "The Black Rose Mamba/La Rosa Negra Mamba"
    • "The Black Rose Bombshell/La Rosa Negra Bombón""
    • "The Verbal Napalm Bomb""
    • "The (self-proclaimed) Best in the World" - When holding the PRIDE AFCW International Championship
    • "The Golden Girl" - When holding any 3WL championship
    • "Latina Heat"
    • "Spanish Fly"

Match History

Debut Match Win Streak

Main Events and Co-Main events

The Other Side of E-Wrestling (OSeW)/The Other Side (TOS) Awards

Milestones

Event locations

As of her recent visit to a new city on October 14 (Scottsdale, Arizona (Sin City Wrestling), Vargas has visited 211 cities in 42 countries worldwide on six continents

North America (total: 159 cities in 10 countries)

United States (total: 142 cities in 47/50 states and Washington, D.C.)

  • Nevada (44 times/7 cities)
    • Las Vegas (26 times)
      • MGM Grand Las Vegas (2009 and 2014)
      • MGM Grand Garden (MGM Grand Las Vegas) (2013, 2014)
      • Caesars Palace (2011)
      • Thomas & Mack Center (University of Nevada, Las Vegas/UNLV) (2014, 2015)
      • Cashman Field (2013)
      • Rain Nightclub, Palms Casino Resort (2013)
      • LAX Nightclub, Luxor Las Las Vegas (2013)
      • Gold Coast Hotel and Casino (2013, 2014, 2016, three times in 2017 (January, September and December 2017; January and May 2018)
      • Tryst Nighclub, Wynn Las Vegas (2014)
      • The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas (2014)
      • Orleans Arena (2014, 2016)
      • Mandalay Bay Events Center (2015)
      • T-Mobile Arena (2017)
      • Las Vegas Motor Speedway (2018)
      • Nellis Air Force Base (2018)
    • Henderson (2 times)
      • Blood Village at Galleria at Sunset Mall (2013)
      • Henderson Pavilion (2018)
    • Laughlin (6 times)
      • Hurrah's Laughlin Hotel and Casino (2014)
      • E Center, Edgewater Hotel and Casino (Twice in 2016 (January and June)
      • Tropicana Ballrooom, Tropicana Laughlin (2017)
      • Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall (2017, 2018)
    • Primm (2 times)
      • Star of the Desert Arena, Buffalo Bill's Resort and Casino (2014, 2016)
    • Reno (6 times)
      • William Peccole Park (2014, 2017)
      • LEX Nightclub, Grand Sierra Resort (2016)
      • Reno Events Center (2016)
      • Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts (2017)
      • EDGE Nightclub, Peppermill Reno (2018)
    • West Wendover
      • Peppermill Concert Hall, Peppermill Wendover (2017)
    • Stateline
      • Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena, Harveys Lake Tahoe (2017)
  • California (35 times/18 cities)
    • Sacramento (2 times)
      • ARCO Arena (2009)
      • Ultimate Terror Scream Park (2016)
    • Los Angeles (7 times)
      • Staples Center (2009, 2012, 2013, 2014)
      • Sound Nightclub (2014)
      • Galen Center (University of Southern California)
      • Gersten Pavilion (Loyola Marymount University)
    • San Francisco (3 times)
      • Candlestick Park (2009)
      • War Memorial Gymnasium (University of San Francisco) (2014)
      • Kezar Pavilion (2017)
    • Anaheim (4 times)
      • Arrowhead Pond/Honda Center (2010, 2014, 2015)
      • ACC Arena Plaza (2018)
    • Hayward
      • Pioneer Gym (University of California, East Bay) (2013)
    • San Diego (2 times)
      • RIMAC Arena (University of California, San Diego) (2013, 2018)
    • Covina
      • Knights of Columbus Hall (2013)
    • Newark
      • Newark Pavilion (2013)
    • Bakersfield (2 times)
      • Icardo Center (California State University, Bakersfield) (2 times in 2014 (March and December)
    • Inglewood (2 times)
      • The Forum (2014, 2015)
    • Oakland (2 times)
      • Oracle Arena (2014, 2015)
    • Long Beach (2 times)
      • Pyramid Gymnasium (Long Beach State University) (2014, 2016)
    • Berkeley
      • California Memorial Stadium (University of California) (2015)
    • Azusa
      • Felix Events Center (Azusa Pacific University) (2016)
    • San Bernardino
      • Coussoulis Arena (California State University, San Bernardino) (2016)
    • Irving
      • Bren Events Center (University of California, Irving) (2017)
    • Stockton
      • Alex G. Spanos Center (University of the Pacific) (2017)
    • Fresno
      • Sellad Arena (2018)
    • Lancaster
      • The Hangar (2018)
  • New York (17 times/8 cities)
    • Manhattan (8 times)
      • Madison Square Garden (2010, 2 times in 2011 (August, September); 2 times in 2012 (January, December)
      • Manhattan Center, Hammerstein Ballroom (2012, 2013)
      • Jacob K. Javits Center (2014)
    • Buffalo (2 times)
      • HSBC Arena/First Niagara Center (2011, 2012)
    • Uniondale (2 times)
      • Nassau Coliseum (2011, 2013)
    • Albany
      • Times Union Center (2012)
    • Rochester
      • Blue Cross Arena (2012)
    • Poughkeepsie
      • Mid-Hudson Civic Center (2013)
    • West Point
      • Michie Stadium (Army) (2014)
    • Queens
      • Carnesecca Arena (2017)
  • Arizona (22 times/9 cities)
    • Phoenix (6 times)
      • US Airways Center (2012, 2015)
      • GCU Arena (Grand Canyon University) (2014, 2016 2018)
      • Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum (2014)
    • Mesa (2 times)
      • Tustin High School Gymnasium (2014)
      • Riverview Park Stadium (2015)
    • Tucson (5 times)
      • Tucson High School Gymnasium (2014)
      • McKale Center (University of Arizona) (2014, 2017)
      • Rialto Theater (2016)
      • Tucson Expo Center (2018)
    • Glendale
      • Jobing.com Arena (2014)
    • Tempe (2 times)
      • Sun Devil Stadium (Arizona State University) (2015)
      • Sun Devil Gym (Arizona State University) (2016)
    • Yuma
      • Desert Sun Stadium (2014)
    • Prescott Valley (3 times)
      • Prescott Valley Events Center (2016, 2017, 2018)
    • Fort Defiance
      • BeeHoldzil Fighting Scouts Events Center (2017)
    • Scottsdale
      • Equidome (2018)
  • Texas (12 times/5 cities)
    • Dallas (6 times)
      • American Airlines Center (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
      • AT&T Stadium (2014)
    • San Antonio (2 times)
      • Freeman Coliseum (2012)
      • AT&T Center (2014)
    • Houston
      • Toyota Center (2016)
    • Killeen (2 times)
      • Fort Hood (2014, 2018)
    • Lubbock
      • United Supermarkets Arena (Texas Tech University) (2014)
  • Pennsylvania (11 times/4 cities)
    • Pittsburgh (6 times)
      • Consol Energy Center/PPG Paints Arena (2011, 2 times in 2012 (May, September), 2013, 2014, 2018)
    • Philadelphia (3 times)
      • Wells Fargo Arena (2011, 2014) 
      • Tom Gola Arena (La Salle University) (2017)
    • Hershey
      • Giant Center (2012)
    • Wilkes-Barre
      • Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza (2012)
  • Utah (11 times/4 cities)
    • Salt Lake City (6 times)
      • EnergySolutions Arena (2012, 2013, 2014, 2 times in 2015 (April, May)
      • Jon M. Huntsman Center (University of Utah) (2015)
    • West Valley City (3 times)
      • Maverik Center (2012, 2014, 2015)
    • Ogden
      • Dee Events Center (Weber State University) (2014)
    • Provo
      • Marriott Center (Brigham Young University) (2014)
  • Florida (13 times/8 cities)
    • Miami (6 times)
      • American Airlines Arena (2009, 2011, 2 times in 2012 (March, November), 2018
      • Sun Life Stadium (2011)
    • Tampa
      • St. Pete Times Forum (2011)
    • Pensacola
      • Pensacola Civic Center (2013)
    • Jacksonville
      • Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena (2013)
    • Daytona Beach
      • Ocean Center (2018)
    • Estero
      • Germain Arena (2018)
    • Bay Lake
      • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (Walt Disney World Resort)(2018)
    • West Palm Beach
      • Americraft Expo Center (2018)
  • New Jersey (9 times/2 cities)
    • East Rutherford (4 times)
      • IZOD Center (3 times in 2012 (February, September, November), 2013
    • Newark (5 times)
      • Prudential Center (2011, 2 times in 2012 (August, September); 2013; 2018)
  • Tennessee (7 times/3 cities)
    • Nashville (4 times)
      • Bridgestone Arena (2 times in 2011 (April, October), 2012, 2013)
    • Memphis (3 times)
      • FedExForum (2011, 2012, 2014)
    • Jackson
      • Oman Arena (2018)
  • Ohio (6 times/4 cities)
    • Cleveland (3 times)
      • Quicken Loans Arena (2 times in 2012 (June, August), 2014)
    • Cincinnati
      • US Cellular Bank Arena (2012)
    • Columbus
      • Nationwide Arena (2012)
    • Dayton
      • Nutter Center (Wright State University) (2014)
  • South Carolina (7 times/4 cities)
    • Columbia (4 times)
      • Colonial Life Arena (University of South Carolina) (2011, 2012, 2013, 2018)
    • North Charleston
      • North Charleston Coliseum (2014)
    • Greenville
      • Bon Secours Wellness Arena (2014)
    • Parris Island
      • Parris Island Stadium (2014)
  • Virginia (9 times/4 cities)
    • Richmond (4 times)
      • Richmond Coliseum (2011, 2012, 2013, 2018)
    • Norfolk (2 times)
      • Scope Arena/Norfolk Scope (2012, 2015)
    • Hampton (2 times)
      • Hampton Coliseum (2012, 2015)
    • Roanoke
      • Roanoke Civic Center (2015)
  • Georgia (5 times/2 cities)
    • Atlanta (4 times)
      • Philips Arena (2011, 2 times in January 2013 (6, 18)
      • Georgia Dome (2011)
    • Austell
      • Six Flags Over Georgia (2018)
  • Maryland (6 times/3 cities)
    • Baltimore (4 times)
      • 1st Mariner Arena/Baltimore Arena (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
    • College Park
      • Xfinity Center (2015)
    • Landover
      • FedExField (2015)
  • Michigan (6 times/2 cities)
    • Detroit (4 times)
      • The Palace of Auburn Hills (2011)
      • Ford Field (2014)
      • Joe Louis Arena (2014, 2017)
    • Grand Rapids (2 times)
      • Van Andel Arena (2 times in 2012 (July, September)
  • North Carolina (6 times/2 cities)
    • Charlotte (5 times)
      • Times Warner Cable Arena (2009, 2 times in 2011 (March, November), 2012, 2018)
    • Raleigh
      • PNC Arena (2012)
  • Indiana (5 times/2 cities)
    • Indianapolis (3 times)
      • Bankers Life Fieldhouse (3 times in 2012 (July, September, November)
    • Fort Wayne (2 times)
      • Allen County War Memorial Coliseum (2012, 2018)
  • Massachusetts (9 times/2 cities)
    • Boston (8 times)
      • TD Garden (2011, 2013, 2017, 2018)
      • Agganis Arena (Boston University) (2012, 2018 (2 times in March)
      • Matthews Arena (2017)
    • Amherst
      • Mullins Center (University of Massachusetts) (2011)
  • Oregon (4 times/2 cities)
    • Portland (3 times)
      • Rose Garden (2009, 2 times in 2012 (April, October)
    • Eugene
      • Matthew Knight Arena (University of Oregon) (2014)
  • Connecticut (3 times/1 city)
    • Hartford (3 times)
      • XL Center (2 times in 2011 (June, July), 2012)
  • Iowa (3 times/1 city)
    • Des Moines (3 times)
      • Wells Fargo Arena (2 times in 2012, May and June), 2013)
  • Louisiana (4 times/2 cities)
    • Bossier City (2 times)
      • CenturyTel/CenturyLink Center (2011, 2013)
    • Baton Rouge (2 times)
      • Baton Rouge River Center Arena (2013)
      • Blue Bayou/Dixie's Landing (2018)
  • Minnesota (4 times/3 cities)
    • Minneapolis (2 times)
      • Target Center (2010, 2013)
    • St. Paul
      • Xcel Energy Center (2012)
    • Little Falls
      • Camp Riley (2017)
  • Alabama (5 times/2 cities)
    • Birmingham (4 times)
      • Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) Arena (2011, 2012, 2018)
      • Boutwell Memorial Auditorium (2018)
    • Mobile
      • Mobile Civic Center (2012)
  • Hawaii (2 times/1 city)
    • Honolulu (2 times)
      • Aloha Stadium (2010)
      • Stan Sheriff Center (University of Hawaii at Manoa) (2012, 2014)
  • Illinois (4 times/2 cities)
    • Chicago (3 times)
      • United Center (2013, 1 time in 2014 (February)
      • Joseph J. Gentile Arena (2017)
    • St. Clair
      • Scott Air Force Base (2014)
  • Kentucky (3 times/3 cities)
    • Louisville
      • Freedom Hall (2012)
    • Lexington
      • Rupp Arena (University of Kentucky) (2012)
    • Hardin
    • Fort Knox Army Base (2018)
  • Mississippi (3 times/3 cities)
    • Biloxi
      • Mississippi Coast Coliseum (2011)
    • Southhaven
      • DeSoto Civic Center (2013)
    • Hattiesburg
      • Reed Green Coliseum (2018)
  • Missouri (3 times/2 cities)
    • Saint Louis (2 times)
      • Scottrade Center (2012)
    • Kansas City
      • Sprint Center (2013)
  • Nebraska (6 times/3 cities)
    • Omaha (4 times)
      • CenturyLink Center Omaha (2012, 2013, 2016)
      • Omaha Civic Auditorium (2016)
    • Grand Island
      • Eihusan Arena (2016)
    • Lincoln
      • Pershing Center (2016)
  • North Dakota (3 times/3 cities)
    • Bismark
      • Bismark Civic Center (2012)
    • Grand Forks
      • Alerus Center (University of North Dakota) (2014)
    • Fargo
      • Bison Sports Arena (North Dakota State University) (2017)
  • New Hampshire (3 times/1 city)
    • Manchester (3 times)
      • Verizon Wireless Arena/SNHU Arena (Southern New Hampshire University) (2011, 2012, 2017)
  • Rhode Island (3 times/2 cities)
    • Providence (2 times)
      • Dunkin' Doughnuts Center (Providence College) (2 times in 2011 (July, December)
    • Kingston
      • Ryan Center (University of Rhode Island)
  • South Dakota (3 times/3 cities)
    • Brookings
      • Frost Arena (South Dakota State University) (2012)
    • Sioux Falls
      • Sioux Falls Arena (2012)
    • Rapid City
      • Rushmore Plaza Civic Center (2018)
  • Washington (10 times/3 cities)
    • Seattle (6 times)
      • KeyArena (2009, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017)
    • Spokane (2 times)
      • Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena (2015, 2016)
    • Tacoma (2 times)
      • Tacoma Dome (2015, 2016)
  • Wisconsin (2 times/2 cities)
    • Green Bay
      • Resch Center (University of Wisconsin, Green Bay) (2011)
    • Milwaukee
      • BMO Harris Bradley Center (2014)
  • Alaska (1 city)
    • Anchorage
      • Sullivan Arena (2011)
  • Arkansas (1 city)
    • North Little Rock
      • Verizon Arena (2011)
  • Idaho (3 times/1 city)
    • Boise
      • Taco Bell Arena (Boise State University) (2012, 2014)
      • CenturyLink Arena (2017)
  • Maine (1 city)
    • Augusta
      • Augusta Civic Center (2011)
  • Oklahoma (1 city)
    • Oklahoma City
      • Chesapeake Energy Arena (2013)
  • West Virginia (1 city)
    • Charleston
      • Charleston Civic Center (2012)
  • Wyoming (2 cities)
    • Casper
      • Casper Events Center (2012)
    • Laramie
      • Arena-Auditorium (University of Wyoming) (2018)
  • Montana (1 city)
    • Bozeman
      • Bobcat Stadium (Montana State University) (2017)
  • New Mexico
    • Albuquerque
    • The Pit (University of New Mexico)
  • Washington, D.C.
      • Verizon Center (2009)
  • Colorado (1 city)
    • Colorado Springs
      • World Arena (2016)

Canada (8 cities in 5 (of 10) provinces)

  • Ontario (7 times/3 cities)
    • Toronto (3 times)
      • Air Canada Centre (2 times in 2012 (October, December)
      • St. Michael's College School Arena (2016)
    • Ottawa (3 times)
      • TD Place Arena (2015, 2016)
    • Kingston
      • Canadian Forces Base Kingston (2018)
  • Quebec (3 times)
    • Montreal (3 times)
      • Bell Centre (2 times in 2014 (February, March)
      • Verdon Auditorium (2016)
  • Manitoba
    • Winnipeg
      • MTS Center (2011)
  • British Colombia
    • Vancouver
      • Rogers Arena (2012, 2018)
  • Alberta (3 times)
    • Calgary (3 times)
      • Scotiabank Saddledome (2013, 2018)
      • Father Bauer Olympic Arena (2016)
    • Edmonton
      • Northlands Coliseum (2017)

Mexico (3 times/2 cities)

  • Guadalajara
    • V.F.G. Arena (2015)
  • Mexico City (2 times) 
    • Palacio de los Deportes (2011)
    • Arena Mexico (2015)

Central America (1 (of 7) countries)

  • Costa Rica
    • San José
      • National Theatre of Costa Rica (2015)

Caribbean (6 (of 14) countries (including the Aruba and US Virgin Islands dependent territories)

  • Aruba
    • Palm Beach
      • Hadicurari Beach (2013)
  • Barbados
    • Holetown, St. James
      • Colony Club Beach aka Heron Bay (2013)
  • Jamaica
    • Kingston
      • University of the West Indies (2015)
  • Puerto Rico
    • San Juan
      • Estadio Sixto Escobar (2015)
  • Trinidad and Tobago
    • Plymouth
      • Turtle Beach (2013)
  • US Virgin Islands
    • Southside, St. Thomas
      • Morningstar Beach (2013)

Europe (total: 21 cities in 11 (of 53) countries)

  • Czech Republic
    • Prague
      • Sazka Arena (2010)
  • Denmark
    • Copenhagen
      • Prismen (2015)
  • France
    • Paris (3 times)
      • Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy/AccorHotels Arena (2010, 2015)
      • Parc des Princes (2014)
  • Greece
    • Athens
      • Glyfada Indoor Hall (2015)
  • Germany
    • Munich
      • Rudi-Sedimayer (2014)
    • Cologne
      • Lanxess Arena (2015)
  • Italy (2 cities)
    • Rome
      • Stadio Olimpico (2014)
    • Milan
      • San Siro (2015)
  • Netherlands
    • Amsterdam
      • Amsterdam Arena (2014)
  • Portugal
    • Lisbon
      • MEO Arena (2014)
  • Russia
    • Saint Petersburg
      • SKK Peterburgsky (2011)
  • Sweeden
    • Stockholm
      • Hovet (2015)
  • United Kingdom
    • England (14 times, 5 cities)
      • London (6 times)
        • O2 Arena (2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015)
        • Wembley Arena (2011)
      • Manchester (3 times)
        • Manchester Evening News Arena (M.E.N.)/Manchester Arena/Phone4u Arena (2011, 2013, 2014)
      • Leeds (2 times)
        • First Direct Arena (2014, 2017)
      • Sheffield
        • Hallam FM Arena (2011)
      • Birmingham (2 times)
        • National Indoor Arena (2015)
        • National Exhibition Center (2015)
    • Scotland 
      • Glasgow (2 times)
        • Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre ( SECC) (2014)
        • Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena (2015)
    • Wales (2 cities)
      • Swansea
        • Liberty Stadium (2011)
      • Cardiff (2 times)
        • Motorpoint Arena (2014)
        • Sports Wales National Centre (2015)
    • Northern Ireland
      • Belfast
        • Odyssey Arena (2013)

Africa (total: 8 cities in 6 (of 55) countries)

  • South Africa (2 cities)
    • Johannesburg
      • Coca-Cola Dome (2012)
    • Cape Town
      • Sahara Park (2014)
  • Egypt (2 cities)
    • Cairo
      • Cairo Military Academy Stadium (2014)
    • Alexandria
      • Alexandria University (2015)
  • Ivory Coast
    • Stade de Yamoussoukro (2014)
  • Madagascar
    • Casablanca
      • Batau Beach (2014)
  • Morocco
    • Salle Mohammed V (2015)
  • Algeria
    • Salle Omnisports Hacène (2015)

Asia (total: 14 cities in 6 (of 48) countries)

  • Japan (9 cities)
    • Nagasaki
      • Kakidimori Stadium (2009)
    • Osaka
      • Osaka Dome (2010)
    • Nagoya
      • Nagoya Dome (2010)
    • Ise
      • Sun Arena (2015)
    • Yokohama (2 times)
      • Yokohama Arena (2015, 2018)
    • Saitama
      • Saitama Super Arena (2015)
    • Tokyo (4 times)
      • Tokyo Dome (2009, 2015, 2017)
      • Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium (2016)
    • Hiroshima
      • Hiroshima Green Arena (2016)
    • Kobe
      • Kobe Green Arena (2016)
    • Singapore
      • Singapore City
        • Hougang Stadium (2009)
    • China
      • Hong Kong (2 times)
        • AsiaWorld Expo (2009)
        • Hong Kong Football Club Stadium (2015)
    • Philippines
      • Manila
        • Rizal Memorial Stadium (2009)
    • Qatar
      • Doha
        • Hammad bin Khalifa Stadium (2015)
    • United Arab Emirates
      • Dubai (2 times)
        • DSC Indoor Arena (2011)
        • Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashad Al Maktoum's Palace (2015)

South America (total: 4 cities in 4 (of 13) states)

  • Brazil
    • Rio de Janiero
      • HSBC Arena (2012)
  • Argentina
    • Buenos Aires (2 times)
      • Estadio Luna Park (2015)
      • Estadio Obras Sanitarias (2017)
  • Uruguay
    • Montevideo
      • Parque Luis Méndez (2015)
  • Colombia
    • Marta
      • The University of Magdalena (2015)

Oceania (total: 4 cities in 2 countries)

Australia

  • Perth
    • Burswood Dome (2011)
  • Brisbane (2 times)
    • Brisbane Entertainment Centre (2011)
    • Aboard the Sun Princess Cruiseship (2015)
  • Melbourne
    • Margaret Court Arena (2017)

New Zealand

  • Wellington
    • ​TSB Bank Arena (2017)

Divas Unleashed (DU)

2009

2010

2011

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in Divas Unleashed: 12-10-0-1 (23 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
Overall record on Exile: 9-9-0-1 (19 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

  • Singles matches: 3-4-0-0 (7 matches) | Streak: Lost 3
  • Handicap matches: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Tag Team: 3-2-0-1 (6 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Multi-person: 1-1-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-2 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

Overall record on PPV: 3-1-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Won 3

  • Singles matches: 3-1-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Won 3
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

World Women's Wrestling League (3WL)

2010

2011

2012

2013

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in 3WL: 15-10-0-0 (25 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
Overall record on Clash: 11-7-0-0 (18 matches) | Streak: Won 1

  • Singles matches: 6-3-0-0 (9 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 3-2-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Multi-person: 2-1-0-0 (3 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Battle royal: 0-1 (1 matches) | Lost 1

Overall record on PPV: 4-3-0-0 (7 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 2-2-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

All-Female Pride Wrestling (AFPW)

2010

2011

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in AFPW: 6-4-0-1 (11 matches) | Streak: Won 5
Overall record on Saturday Night Revolution: 4-4-0-1 (9 matches) | Streak: Won 4

  • Singles matches: 2-0-0-1 (3 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 2-2-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Won 3
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-1 (1 matches) | Lost 1

Overall record on PPV: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Won 2

  • Singles matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

Pride All-Female Championship Wrestling (Pride AFCW)

2012

2013

2014

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in PRIDE: 21-10-0-0 (32 matches) | Streak: Won 2
Overall record on Sunday/Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling: 18-6-0-0 (24 matches) | Streak: Won 5

  • Singles matches: 15-3-0-0 (18 matches) | Streak: Won 4
  • Handicap matches: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Tag Team: 0-2-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
  • Multi-person: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Won
  • Battle royal: 0-1 (1 matches) | Lost 1

Overall record on PPV: 3-4-0-0 (7 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 2-2-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 1-2-0-0 (3 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

New Championship Wrestling (NCW)

2011

2012

2013

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in NCW: 36-36-0-0 (72 matches) | Streak: Won 1
Overall record on Trauma: 15-13-0-0 (28 matches) | Streak: Won 1

  • Singles matches: 7-5-0-0 (12 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 8-7-0-0 (15 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on Collision: 14-17-0-0 (31 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

  • Singles matches: 8-5-0-0 (13 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Tag Team: 5-6-0-0 (11 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 1-4-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
  • Battle royal: 0-1 (1 matches) | Lost 1

Overall record on PPV: 7-6-0-0 (13 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 4-4-0-0 (8 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Tag Team: 1-2-0-0 (3 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 1-0 (1 matches) | Won 1

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

World Elite Wrestling (WEW)

2012

2013

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in WEW: 6-8-1-1 (16 matches) | Streak: Lost 3
Overall record on Anarchy: 4-1-1-0 (6 matches) | Streak: Won 1

  • Singles matches: 3-1-1-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on Adrenaline: 2-6-0-1 (9 matches) | Streak: Lost 3

  • Singles matches: 2-5-0-1 (8 matches) | Streak: Lost 3
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on PPV: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

Championship Pro Wrestling (CPW)

2013

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in CPW: 4-5-0-0 (9 matches) | Streak: Won 2
Overall record on CPW TV: 3-4-0-0 (7 matches) | Streak: Won 2

  • Singles matches: 2-3-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on PPV: 1-1-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

Sin City Wrestling (SCW)

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in SCW: 53-67-0-1 (121 matches) | Streak: Lost 3
Overall record on Climax Control: 39-47-0-1 (87 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

  • Singles matches: 20-25-0-1 (46 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Tag Team: 14-15-0-0 (29 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 5-4-0-0 (9 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
  • Battle royal: 0-2 (2 matches) | Lost 2

Overall record on PPV: 14-20-0-0 (34 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 6-6-0-0 (12 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 3-5-0-0 (8 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 4-8-0-0 (12 matches) | Streak: Lost 5
  • Battle royal: 1-2 (3 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling

2013

2014

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in Aesop World: 5-0-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Won 5
Overall record on Battlegrounds: 5-0-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Won 5

  • Singles matches: 3-0-0-0 (3 matches) | Streak: Won 3
  • Handicap matches: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) Streak: Won 1

Overall record on PPV: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

  • Singles matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Handicap matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

Femme Fatale Wrestling

2014

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in Femme Fatale Wrestling: 3-13-0-1 (17 matches) | Streak: Lost 3
Overall record on Thursday Night Velocity: 1-5-0-0 (6 matches) | Streak: Lost 5

  • Singles matches: 1-4-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Lost 4
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on Saturday Night Breaking Point: 0-5-0-0 (5 matches) | Streak: Lost 5

  • Singles matches: 0-4-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Lost 4
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on PPV: 2-3-0-1 (6 matches) | Streak: Tie 1

  • Singles matches: 2-3-0-1 (6 matches) | Streak: Tie 1
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only; Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches)

Imperial Wrestling Federation

2013

2014

2015

2016

2018

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in Imperial Wrestling Federation: 20-46-0-2 (68 matches) | Streak: Won 1
Overall record on Sunday House Show: 0-2-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

  • Singles matches: 0-2-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on Thursday Night Training Grounds: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Steak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on Monday Night Sacrifice: 15-33-0-2 (50 matches) | Streak: Won 1

  • Singles matches: 11-19-0-1 (31 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 3-4-0-1 (8 matches) Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 1-9-0-0 (10 matches) | Streak: Lost 9
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on PPV: 6-10-0-0 (16 matches) | Streak: Lost 5

  • Singles matches: 4-4-0-0 (8 matches) | Streak: Lost 3
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Multi-person: 1-6-0-0 (7 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
  • Battle royal: 0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:

(Note: Unless won, battle royals are counted towards match total only;

Multi-person matches include triple threat, fatal four-way, and elimination matches

Honor Wrestling

2017

2018

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in Honor Wrestling: 24-5-0-1 (30 matches) | Streak: Won 3
Overall record on Showdown: 10-2-0-0 (12 matches) | Streak: Won 1

  • Singles matches: 6-2-0-0 (8 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Tag Team: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) Streak: Tie 1
  • Multi-person: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Battle royal: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1

Overall record on Pride Tag Team Wrestling: 9-1-0-1 (11 matches) | Streak: Won 2

  • Singles matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 8-0-0-1 (9 matches) Streak: Won 2
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Battle royal: 1-1 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

Overall record on PPV: 5-2-0-0 (7 matches) | Streak: Won 1

  • Singles matches: 4-0-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Won 4
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

Battle royal: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

World Wrestling Headquarters (WWH)

2018

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in World Wrestling Headquarters: 9-7-0-1 (17 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
Overall record on Monday Night Hellsgate: 4-1-0-1 (6 matches) | Streak: Won 3

  • Singles matches: 2-0-1-0 (3 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) Streak: Lost 1
  • Multi-person: 2-0-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Won 2
  • Battle royal: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A

Overall record on PPV: 0-3-0-0 (3 matches) | Streak: Lost 3

  • Singles matches: 0-2-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 2
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Battle royal: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

Overall record on Thursday Night Dystopia: 5-1-0-0 (6 matches) | Streak: Won 3

  • Singles matches: 4-0-0-0 (4 matches) | Streak: Won 4
  • Tag Team: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0-0-0 ( 0 matches) | Streak:

Overall record on PPV: 0-2-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 2

  • Singles matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Battle royal: 0-1-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A

Combat Wrestling

2018

Win/Loss/Draw/No Contest [TV/PPV Records]

Overall record in Combat Wrestling: 1-1-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
Overall record on Friday Night Fury: 1-1-0-0 (2 matches) | Streak: Lost 1

  • Singles matches: 1-0-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Won 1
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) Streak: N/A
  • Multi-person: 0-1-0-0 (1 matches) | Streak: Lost 1
  • Battle royal: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A

Overall record on PPV: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A

  • Singles matches: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Handicap matches; 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Tag Team: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak:
  • Multi-person: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A
  • Battle royal: 0-0-0-0 (0 matches) | Streak: N/A

Championships and accomplishments

Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling

  • Queen of Aesop World Championship (1 time - inaugural champion, final)
    • One successful title defense
    • Only 3WL Athena to hold the Unified World Championship and Queen of Aesop World Championship
    • Only Queen of Aesop World Champion to surpass 100 days during a single reign (January 27, 2014)
  • Only woman in Aesop World to go unbeaten (5-0 record)

All-Female Pride Wrestling/Pride All-Female Championship Wrestling

  • AFPW Tag Team Championship (1 time - inaugural champion, final) - with Kelly Knite
    • One successful title defense
    • Longest AFPW Tag Team Championship reign in company history (9 months, 23 days; 298 days overall - or 42 weeks, 4 days (February 27 - December 22, 2011)
  • Match of the Week (3 times)
    • Tag Team match with Kelly Knite vs. Skittles and Cherryade (Belladonna and Rainbow) (Saturday Night Revolution # 3, February 5, 2012)
    • Tag Team match with Kelly Knite vs. MILF Connection (Megan Kane and Stephanie Sullivan) (Saturday Night Revolution # 4, March 12, 2012)
    • Tag team match with Zelda Knite and Kelly Knite vs. Natalya Demidov, Mikaela Demidov, and Lisa Richardson, Saturday Night Revolution, April 9, 2011)
  • Match of the Night (3 times)
  • PRIDE AFCW International Champion (1 time)
    • Fourth of only five champions in company history (Maia Lopez, Candace Okimura, Bianca Salvador, Vargas, Caramel Cane)
    • Two successful title defenses (most in history)
    • Second-longest PRIDE AFCW International Championship single reign in company history (9 months, 7 days; 280 days overall - or 40 weeks (August 5, 2012 - May 12, 2013) Set record on September 24, 2012, passing Candace Okimura's 49-day reign and held record for single longest reign for 9 months, 5 days, 281 days overall, or 40 weeks, 1 day after her reign ended until surpassed on February 17, 2014 (surpassed by Caramel Cane on the 281st day of her reign; established new record of 315 days after PRIDE's final show on March 23, 2014)
      • Surpassed Candace Okimura's 49-day reign to become then-longest reigning International Champion (September 24, 2012)
    • Fourth overall single longest title reign of any kind and third longest overall singles reign in PRIDE AFCW history; previously held record for second-longest singles and combined reign (behind Jessica Jackson's 343-day Extreme Championship reign) of any kind for 9 months, 5 days, 281 days overall, or 40 weeks and 1 day (setting the new record on April 15, 2013 passing Susan Rigger and Dominique Frost of Sexified Perfection's 253-day Tag Team Championship reign from March 3 to December 2, 2012) from the end of her reign until February 17, 2014 (surpassed by Caramel Cane on the 281st day of her International Championship reign; established new record of 315 days after PRIDE's final match on March 23, 2014)
  • First International Champion to hold the title for more than seven weeks (September 30, 2012)
  • Briefly held record for longest active reigning singles champion in PRIDE AFCW - 210 days (2 months, 9 days, 70 days overall - or 10 weeks from March 3 - May 12, 2014)
    • First International Champion, third PRIDE singles champion (inaugural PRIDE Extreme Champion Jessica Jackson, PRIDE Champion Carmen DeVega) and the fifth wrestler (inaugural PRIDE Tag Team Champions Susan Rigger and Dominique Frost, inaugural PRIDE Extreme Champion Jessica Jackson, PRIDE Champion Carmen DeVega) to surpass 100 days during a single title reign (November 14, 2012)
    • First International Champion and third PRIDE singles champion in history (inaugural PRIDE Extreme Champion Jessica Jackson, PRIDE Champion Carmen DeVega) to carry a title reign from one calendar year into the next (January 1, 2013)
    • First International Champion, third PRIDE singles champion (inaugural PRIDE Extreme Champion Jessica Jackson, PRIDE Champion Carmen DeVega) and the fifth all-time wrestler (inaugural PRIDE Tag Team Champions Susan Rigger and Dominique Frost, inaugural PRIDE Extreme Champion Jessica Jackson, PRIDE Champion Carmen DeVega) to surpass 200 days during a single reign (February 13, 2014)
    • Coronation Qualifying 15-woman battle royal (PRIDE Wrestling # 2, February 26, 2012)
    • vs Susan Rigger (PRIDE # 12, October 7, 2012)
    • Tag Team match with Jasmine and Lollipop vs. Vivid Colors (Gabrielle Crimson and Rainbow) and Kate Steele (PRIDE Wrestling # 19, March 17, 2013)
    • Only woman to win a title in AFPW (AFPW Tag Team Championship) and in PRIDE AFCW (PRIDE AFCW International Championship)
  • Most TV/PPV appearances in PRIDE AFCW history (31)
  • Most wins in PRIDE AFCW history (21)
  • Fewest loses in PRIDE AFCW history (10)
  • Best overall record in PRIDE AFCW history (21-10)
  • Best singles record in PRIDE AFCW (17-5)
  • Second longest singles undefeated streak in PRIDE AFCW (7 months, 24 days; 238 days overall - or 34 weeks (February 12 - October 7, 2012) Held record for longest singles undefeated streak for 372 days (1 year, 7 days - or 53 weeks overall) from end of streak until surpassed by Caramel Cane on October 14, 2013) 

Championship Pro Wrestling

  • Match of the Week (4 times)
    • vs. Zelda Knite (CPW TV 2, 6/5/13)
    • Tag team match w/Crystal Hilton vs. Roxi Johnson and Zelda Knite (CPW TV 3, 6/12/13)
    • vs. Heather Stripes (CPW TV 5, 7/10/13)
    • Triple threat match for the CPW Sirens Championship vs. Zelda Knite (champion) vs Roxi Johnson (Canadian Chaos PPV, 7/28/13)
  • Tied (Zelda Knite) for most Match of the Week appearances (4)
  • Siren of the Week (CPW TV 3, 6/12/13)
  • Quote of the Week (2 times)
    • "Miyoko, we’ll be seeing each other soon before I send you home, but not to Los Angeles. Oh no, I mean back to Tokyo in a crate. You'll thank me later. So in the meantime, love you long time! Chau!" - said about Miyoko Oshiro in a promo ahead of their match on CPW TV 1
    • "When you're that good, I know it's hard for you to be humble. I thought it was because you're from Texas, but whatever. I'll be looking forward to deflating that ego. Sure, it’s a thankless job, but somebody has to do it." - said about Zelda Knite in a promo ahead of their CPW Siren Championship triple threat match with defending champion Roxi Johnson at Canadian Chaos
  • Most Quote of the Week appearances (2)
  • Top 5 (6 times)
    • No.5 (3 times) (CPW TV 2, 6/5/13; CPW TV 6, 7/17/13; Canadian Chaos PPV, 7/28/13)
    • No.4 (2 times) (Undisputed PPV, 6/23/13; CPW TV 5, 7/10/13)
    • No.3 (CPW TV 3, 6/12/13)
  • Tied (Roxi Johnson) for most Top 5 appearances (6 times)
  • Tied (Roxi Johnson) for most consecutive Top 5 appearances (3) (CPW TV 2, 6/5/13), CPW TV 3, 6/12/13, Undisputed PPV, 6/23/13)
  • Tied (Roxi Johnson and Zelda Knite) for appearing in more than one category (Match of the Week/Top 5)
  • Most Match of the Week and Top 5 apperances (5; having also won Siren of the Week and Quote of the Week in two of the five appearances)
  • Tied (Zelda Knite) for appearing in multiple categories - Match of the Week/Siren of the Week/Top 5; Quote of the Week/Match of the Week/Top 5
  • Tied (Zelda Knite) for appearing in multiple categories more than once (2) - Match of the Week/Siren of the Week/Top 5; Quote of the Week/Match of the Week/Top 5

Divas Unleashed

  • DU Rockford State Championship (1 time)
    • Two successful title defenses
    • Surpassed Moira Storm's 343-day reign to become then single longest reigning Rockford State Champion (September 20, 2010)
    • Eighth Rockford State Champion to surpass 100 days during a single reign (January 20, 2010)
    • Fifth Rockford State Champion to surpass 200 days during a single reign (April 30, 2010)
    • Third Rockford State Champion to surpass 300 days during a single reign (August 8, 2010)
    • Sixth Rockford State Champion in history to carry a title reign from one calendar year into the next (January 1, 2010)
    • Second-longest Rockford State Championship reign in company history (11 months, 30 days; 364 days overall - or 52 weeks (October 11, 2009 - October 10, 2010)  Set new record on September 20, 2010, surpassing Moira Storm's 343-day reign (from April 8 2007 to March 16, 2008) and held record for longest reign for 1 year, 1 day, 366 days overall - or 52 weeks and 2 days from the end of her reign until October 11, 2011 (surpassed by Madison Seton on October 11, 2011, who established the new record of 420 days before all DU titles were vacated on December 4)
    • Fifth-longest singles reign, sixth-longest combined singles reign and seventh-longest combined championship reign of any kind in history; Moved into a three-way tie for longest singles reign and longest combined singles reign (Veronica Valiant, Makaze], 364 days) for 3 weeks from September 20, 2010 (passing Aphrodite's 343-day Stripped Championship reign from April 30, 2006 to April 8, 2007 and Moira Storm's 343-day Rockford State Championship reign from April 8, 2007 to March 16, 2008) until October 11, 2010 (surpassed by Veronica Valiant (DU Unleashed Championship); Makaze (Stripped Championship on the 365th day of their reigns; Veronica's 1st reign ended at 469 days on January 23, 2011; Makaze surpassed Valiant's record on the 470th day of her Stripped Championship reign on January 24 and established the new record for longest singles reign/combined singles reign on the 784th day of her reign on December 4 before all DU titles were vacated; held the shared record for 2nd-longest combined singles reign of any kind (behind Star's 378-day combined 2 Unleashed Championship reigns; Veronica Valiant (Unleashed Championship), Makaze (Stripped Championship), 364 days) for 3 weeks from September 20, 2010 (passing Aphrodite's 343-day Stripped Championship reign and Moira Storm's 343-day Rockford State Championship reign) until October 11, 2011 (surpassed by Veronica Valiant (Unleashed Championship), Makaze (Stripped Championship) on the 365th day of their reigns). Veronica Valiant's reign ended at 469 days on January 23, 2011. Makaze surpassed Valiant's record on the 470th day of their reigns and set the new mark at 784 days before all DU titles were vacated on December 4, 2011; and the record for the 2nd-longest combined championship reign of any kind (behind Star's 378-day combined 2 Unleashed Championship reigns) for 3 weeks from September 20, 2010 (passing Aphrodite's 343-day Stripped Championship reign from April 30, 2006 to April 8, 2007 and Moira Storm's 343-day Rockford State Championship reign from April 8, 2007 to March 16, 2008) until October 11, 2010 (surpassed by Veronica Valiant (DU Unleashed Championship); Makaze (Stripped Championship), Blonde Ambition 2.0 (Lisa Richardson/Courtney Monroe; Tag Team Championship) on the 365th day of their reigns; Veronica's 1st reign ended at 469 days on January 23, 2011; Makaze and Blonde Ambition 2.0 surpassed Valiant's record on the 470th day of their respective reigns on January 24 and established the new record for longest combined championship reign of any kind on the 784th day of their reigns on December 4 before all DU titles were vacated.
  • DU Diva of the Month (June 7, 2009, Terror in Tokyo PPV)
  • Femmy Award" for Best Newcomer of the Year (November 1, 2009)
  • Listed #44 on DU's "The 50 Greatest Divas Ever" list (December 2009)

Femme Fatale Fatale Wrestling

  • Ranked No. 8 in FFW's Thursday Night Velocity Show Rankings for January 9, 2014 episode (January 12, 2014)
  • Ranked No. 46 in the February 2014 FFW Power X rankings (February 1, 2014)
  • Ranked No.45 in the 2014 Power X-traveganza Top 100 (January 19, 2015)
  • Ranked No. 121 in the 2015 Power X-iversary (June 20, 2015)
  • FFW Awards Nominee for Feud of the Year - Mercedes Vargas vs. Valentina Lozano (Runner-up)

Honor Wrestling

  • Honor Wrestling Women's World Champion (1 time)
  • Participant in the inaugural Mayhem Survival match battle royal (July 19, 2017) 
  • Mayhem Survival winner (inaugural)
  • Second Woman of Honor (Tatsu Ikeda) to start 4-0 in career (August 2, 2017)
  • Longest winning streak in Honor history - 13-0, breaking three-way tie between Eyesnsane and Tatsu Ikeda and surpassing the all-time record held by Eyesnsane at 7-0 (October 15, 2017)
  • Second wrestler in Honor history (Tatsu Ikeda) to surpass 100 days undefeated (October 21, 2017)
  • Longest undefeated streak in Honor history - 458 days/15 months, surpassing Tatsu Ikeda (103 days) (October 24, 2017). (Ikeda had previously surpassed Eyesnsane's 93-day reign from January 30 to May 3, 2017 on October 6, breaking his five month record)
  • 6th-most TV/PPV appearances in Honor history (30)
  • Third wins in Honor history (24)
  • Tied for fewest loses in Honor history (5)
  • Second overall record in Honor history (24-5-0-1)
  • Second overall record in Honor women's division history (24-5-0-1)
  • Third-best singles record in Honor (10-2-0-0)
  • Second longest singles undefeated streak in Honor (15 months; 458 days overall - or 36 weeks (July 12, 2017 debut - October 14, 2018)
  • Three-time Honor Wrestling Year-End Awards nominee
    • Year-End Awards Nominee for Most Hated of the Year (December 27, 2017)
    • Year-End Awards for Moment of the Year - For entering number four and winning the inaugural 30-man Mayhem Survival battle royal (December 27, 2017)
    • Year-End Award for Female Wrestler of the Year (December 27, 2017)

Most defending Honor Women's World Champion in history, surpassing Sam Tolson's two defenses in her second reign (February 18, 2018) Singles longest reigning Honor Women's World Champion in history, surpassing Sam Tolson's 126-day second reign (February 19, 2018) Longest combined days as Honor Women's World Champion in history, surpassing Sam Tolson combined 150 days across two reigns (March 5, 2018)

  • First and only wrestler in Honor history to go unpinned overall and in singles for 365 days or more (July 12, 2018)

Imperial Wrestling Federation

  • IWF Ruby Championship (1 time)
    • One successful title defense
    • Sixth Diamond to win the IWF Ruby Championship
    • Second-longest Ruby Championship reign in history (3 months, 27 days; 119 days overall - or 17 weeks (March 17 - July 14, 2014) Set record on November 23, 2014, surpassing Ana Valentine's 85-day reign, and held the record for longest reign for 9 months 6 days, 280 days overall - or 40 weeks since end of reign until surpassed on April 20, 2015 (by Firenze Everett on the 120th day of her reign and established the new record of 255 days on September 2 when the Ruby Championship was retired)
    • Eighth-longest Diamonds singles reign and combined singles reign of any kind. Held record for second-longest singles and combined singles reign of any kind (after Jessica Reed's 161-day Diamonds Championship reign from July 21 to December 29, 2013). Set record on June 17, 2014, passing Eternity's then-91-day Diamonds Championship first reign from May 25 - August 24, 2014 and held record for 9 months, 6 days, 280 days overall, or 40 weeks from the end of her reign on July 17, 2014 until April 20, 2015 (surpassed by Firenze Everette on the 120th day of her reign and established the new record of 255 days on September 2 when the Ruby Championship was retired)
    • Surpassed Ana Valentine's 85-day reign to become then-longest reigning IWF Ruby Champion (June 11, 2014)
    • Third former NCW Starlet (Tara Fenix and Jennifer Famularo) to win the IWF Ruby Championship, and the first former NCW Starlets Tag Team Champion to win the IWF Ruby Championship 
    • Second Diamond (Jessica Reed) to hold a IWF singles title for more than 12 weeks/ 2 1/2 months (June 16, 2014)
    • Surpassed Eternity's 91-day Diamonds Championship reign for the 2nd longest singles reign of any kind in history and the second Diamond singles champion to hold an IWF title for three months  (June 17, 2014)
  • First Ruby Champion and the second overall Diamond singles champion (Jessica Reed) to surpass 100 days during a single reign (June 26, 2014)
    • Second Diamond (Jennifer Famularo) in IWF history to hold a title in IWF (Ruby Championship) and NCW (Starlets Tag Team Championship)
    • Participant in the first-ever Iron Maiden match and one of two Diamonds (Alexis Caffrey) to make back to back appearances (April 20, 2014, (Last Rites Viewer's Choice PPV); May 3, 2015 (Convergence Viewer's Choice pay-per-view)
  • 2014 Heiress to the Throne Finalist (July 27, 2014)
    • One of two Diamonds (Amber Richards) to appear in the Heiress to the Throne Tournament and make it to the semifinals in back to back years (June 2014, 2015)
  • Ranked # 8 on IWF's Monthly Top Ten for the month of May (May 28, 2014)
  • Ranked # 3 on IWF's Monthly Top Ten (July 29, 2014)
  • Ranked # 3 on IWF's Monthly Top Ten (December 24, 2014)
  • Ranked # 1 on IWF's Monthly Top Five Diamonds (shared with Alexis Caffrey) (January 27, 2015)
  • Ranked #14 on IWF's Top 25 (June 28, 2015)
  • Ranked #24 on IWF's Top 25 (September 9, 2015)
  • Most TV matches in a single year in IWF history, setting the new mark of 26 in 2015 on December 21. Held record since September 14, 2015 (passing Amber Richards' 2014 record of 19 (from January 13 to November 17, 2014 and her record which lasted for 9 months, 28 days, 301 days overall - or 43 weeks) in her 20th television match of 2015, 25th match of 2015 overall, and 50th career IWF match overall (not including house shows) (September 14, 2015)
  • Fourth Diamond to wrestled 50 TV/PPV matches (September 27, 2015)
  • Participant in the first-ever Six-way Maiden of Steel Elimination match (September 27, 2015, Extreme Endurance 2015 PPV)
  • Most TV/PPV matches in a single year, setting the new mark of 34 in 2015 on December 21. Held record since November 2, 2015 (passing Amber Richards' 2014 record of 30 from January 13 to December 21 and her record which lasted for 10 months, 12 days, 316 days overall - or 45 weeks and 1 day) in her 31st match of 2015 and 56th career IWF match overall (not including house shows) (November 2, 2015)
  • Third-most TV/PPV matches in IWF history, previously setting the new mark of 66 on March 14, 2016, surpassing Amber Richards' record of 65 matches from June 24, 2013 - October 12, 2015, in her eighth match of 2016 and held record since end of reign until August 21 (surpassed by Crystal Millar in her 67th career match)
  • Three time IWF Awards nominee
    • IWF Awards Nominee for Diamond of the Year (2014)
    • Two time IWF Awards Nominee for Bitch of the Year (2014, 2015)

New Championship Wrestling

  • NCW Starlets Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Kathleen Conway
  • Three-way tie for singles longest reign (63 days)
  • 2012 Starlets Road to the Gold Tournament Finalist (October 21, 2012)
  • Ended Zelda Knite's 26-month, 819-day 15-match singles unbeaten streak lasting two years and became only the second Starlet ever in NCW to defeat Knite in a singles match (October 14, 2012)
  • Listed #15 on NCW's "The Top 25 NCW Starlets of All Time" list (May 15, 2013)
  • Match of the Week (3 times)
    • Tag match w/Roxxxi and Kathleen Conway vs. Crystal Hilton, Alysson Gardner, and Mercedes Lewis (Saturday Night Revolution, May 7, 2011)
    • vs. Jennifer Famularo vs. Kelly Knite (Sunday Night Collision, July 8, 2012)
    • Tag match w/Megan Sanderson and Freya Davis vs. Crystal Hilton, Shelly Taylor-Jones and Rose Acantha (Sunday Night Collision, December 16, 2012)
  • Fourth on the all-time NCW Starlets career wins list (36)
  • Second ever Starlets Tag Team Champions (July 28, 2012)
  • Third most TV/PPV matches in NCW history (72)
  • Wrestler of the Week (2 times; 9/2/12, 10/14/12)
  • The Other Side (formerly (The) Other Side of E-Wrestling/ OSeW)
    • Heel of the Year (2 times)
      • Honorable Mention (2009)
      • Nominated (2011)
    • Feud/Storyline of the Year (2 times)
      • Honorable Mention (2010) - Mercedes Vargas vs. Kassandra vs. Jennifer Yu in a Triple Threat Zombie Lumberjack match for the vacant 3WL Television Championship at From Oblivion with Love PPV on October 10, 2010
      • Nominated (2010) - Veronica Valiant and Mercedes Vargas vs. Laura and Madison Seton in the main event of Sunday Night Exile" on December 13, 2009 
    • Most Underrated of the Year (2 times)
      • Honorable Mention  (2009 and 2010)
    • OSeW ranked her #21 of the best 112 female singles wrestlers in the OSeW Year-End Top 112 in 2009
    • Most Improved of the Year (Nomination) (2010)
    • The Other Side ranked her #14 of the best 148 female singles wrestlers in TOS Year-End Top 148 in 2010
    • The Other Side ranked her #20 of the best 100 female singles wrestlers in TOS Mid-Year Top 100 in 2011
    • Most Underrated of the Year (3 times)
      • Nominated (2009 and 2010)
      • Won (2011)
    • Most Improved of the Year (2 times)
      • Nominated (2010)
      • Won (2011)
    • The Other Side ranked her #6 of the best 77 female singles wrestlers in TOS Year-End Top 77 in 2011
  • Sin City Wrestling
    • SCW Bombshell Internet Championship (1 time)
  • One successful defense
    • SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship (record-tying, 3 times)
  • Five successful defenses
  • 7 combined successful defenses
      • Second longest reigning Bombshell Roulette Champion (175 days, 3rd reign)
      • Longest singles reign record lasted for 17 months
      • Second Bombshell in history (after Alexis Morrison) and one of three overall to have held the Bombshell Roulette Championship on two occasions (January 5, 2014)
      • Bombshell record for most consecutive/successful Bombshell Roulette Championship singles defenses (5, 3rd reign; tied with Samantha Marlowe)
      • Most combined consecutive/successful defenses as Bombshell Roulette Champion (7 defenses over 3 reigns)
      • Longest combined reign as Bombshell Roulette Champion (259 days over 3 reigns)
      • Most consecutive/successful defenses, combined consecutive/successful defenses and longest combined reign records still stands for almost three years (2 years, 10 months) (since March 8, 2015)

6th champion of any kind in SCW to have a 200-plus day combined reign of any kind; previously 4th fastest champion of any kind to have a 200-plus combined reign, 2nd-fastest singles champion of any kind to reach milestone, and fastest Bombshell and Bombshell singles champion to reach milestone; now 9th fastest champion of any kind, 5th fastest singles champion of any kind to reach milestone, 5th-fastest Bombshell to reach milestone, and 3rd-fastest Bombshell singles champion of any kind

    • SCW Bombshell Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Traci Patterson (2) and Delia Darling (1)
  • One successful defense
      • First-ever two time tag team champion male or female in SCW history
      • First ever two-time Bombshell Tag Team Champions
    • SCW World Bombshell Championship (2 times)
      • Eighth two-time World Bombshell Champion in history
    • SCW World Mixed Tag Team Championship ( with Kain, 2 times, current)
    • Third Bombshell Triple Crown Champion
      • Third fastest Bombshell to complete the SCW Bombshell Triple Crown in the shortest amount of time (31 months/945 days/2 years, 7 months, 2 days/135 weeks between first and third titles from October 13, 2013 - May 15, 2016)
      • Sixth SCW Triple Crown Champion
      • Fourth-fastest wrestler to complete the SCW Triple Crown in the shortest amount of time: 31 months/945 days/2 years, 7 months, 2 days/135 weeks between first and third titles from October 13, 2013 - May 15, 2016 
      • First Bombshell to complete the Bombshell Triple Crown on three occasions (July 22, 2018 (new format) September 24, 2017; first on May 15, 2016)
    • Second Bombshell Grand Slam Champion
      • Fourth SCW Grand Slam Champion
      • Fastest Bombshell to complete both the SCW Bombshell and SCW Grand Slam in the shortest amount of time: 31 months/945 days/2 years, 7 months, 2 days/135 weeks between first and fourth titles from October 13, 2013 - May 15, 2016
    • Queen for a Day battle royal winner (Inaugural; December 2015 at December 2 Dismember 3 supershow)
    • SCW Award for Feud of the Year - Mean Girls vs. Bombshells Roster (October 12, 2014)
    • First-ever six-time Bombshell singles champion in SCW (breaking a tie with Amy Marshall and Roxi Johnson set on January 22, 2017)
      • Second-ever six-time singles champion in SCW history (tied with Goth for most all-time)
    • First overall ten-time champion, male or female, in SCW history
      • Third-fastest Bombshell to become an overall two-time champion in SCW (January 5, 2014)
      • Fastest Bombshell to become an overall three-time, four-time, five-time, six-time, seven-time, eight-time, nine-time, and ten-time champion in SCW.
      • Fifth-fastest wrestler to become an overall two-time champion in SCW, male or female
      • Fastest wrestler to become an overall three-time, four-time, five-time, six-time, seven-time, eight-time, nine-time, ten-time and eleven-time champion, male or female, in SCW history
      • Seventh Bombshell in history (after Becky Jones, Jessie Salco, Joanne Canelli, Necra Octavian Kane, Vixen, Amy Marshall) to have held the Bombshell Roulette and Bombshell Tag Team Championship and the fourth Bombshell (after Misty, Odette Ryder/Stevens, and Necra Octavian Kane) to become an overall three-time champion
  • Only Bombshell to win a championship since debut for six consecutive years (2013-2018)
    • Fourth Bombshell to win a championship three years in a row (Misty, Jessie Salco, Amy Marshall) (May 31, 2015)
  • Tied for fifth-longest Bombshell unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history (9 months, 28 days; 301 days - or 43 weeks) (June 2, 2013 - March 30, 2014)
    • Previously held the record for longest Bombshell unpinned streak for nine months from end of streak on March 30, 2014 until December 22, 2014 when Delia Darling broke the streak, ending up with 378 days that ended in March 8, 2015
  • Eighth longest unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW (Despayre owns the SCW record for longest unpiined streak at 16 months, 8 days/497 days overall from October 11, 2011 to February 17, 2013)
  • Longest Bombshell singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history (14 months, 8 days; 434 days overall - or 62 weeks) (June 2, 2013 - August 10, 2014)
  • Second longest singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak in SCW history (Despayre owns the longest SCW streak at 1,701 days/4 years, 7 months/243 weeks overall from October 9, 2011 to June 5, 2016)
    • Longest singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak still stands after more than 3 years (since August 10, 2014)
    • First Bombshell/second wrestler in history to go unpinned/unsubmitted in singles competition for up to an entire year (365 days) or more (434 days)
  • First-ever two-time tag team champions in SCW and Bombshell history (with Traci Patterson), third Bombshell (after Misty and Vixen) to become an overall four-time champion and the first to have held multiple reigns with both the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Tag Team Championship (two-time Bombshell Roulette Champion, two-time Bombshell Tag Team Champion) (June 29, 2014)
  • Second-ever three-time Bombshell Roulette Champion (after Necra Octavian Kane), the third Bombshell (after Misty, Vixen, and Necra Octavian Kane) in history to have held a Bombshell singles championship three times, the only Bombshell to record four title reigns in a single year - winning the Bombshell Tag Team (March, June) and Bombshell Roulette (January and September) Championships in 2014 and the third Bombshell (after Misty and Vixen) to become an overall five-time champion in SCW (September 14, 2014)
  • Broke Necra Octavian Kane's record of 3 for most consecutive/successful singles title defenses as Bombshell Roulette Champion and surpassed Roxi Johnson's record of 3 defenses in her first reign as World Bombshell Champion to became most defending Bombshell singles champion (November 30, 2014)
  • Most consecutive/successful Bombshell Roulette Champion/Bombshell singles title defenses (5) (January 11, 2015); the record for Bombshell Roulette defenses still stands, setting the new record of 4 on November 30, 2014 and extending the record to 5 on January 11, 2015; Samantha Marlowe tied the record on October 18, 2017; Previously held record for most Bombshell singles defenses for 11 months, 2 days, 336 days overall - or 48 weeks from January 11 (surpassing Roxi Johnson 3 World Bombshell Championship defenses) to December 13, 2015 (surpassed by Mikah, who set the new record with 6 defenses during her World Bombshell Championship reign from her first defense on June 28, 2015 until her sixth on December 13, 2015; she extended the record to seven with her successful first defense of her second reign on November 12, 2017)
  • Second-most combined singles and overall title defenses of any kind (7) (Set record on November 30, 2014, surpassing The Fallen during their World Bombshell Tag Team reign and 5 defenses between April 7 to July 28, 2013 and extended the record to 7 on January 11, 2015) The Fallen held the record for 16 months; The Fallen and Mikah tied the record and Mikah broke it with her eighth combined defense and second defense of her second reign on January 14, 2018.
  • Second Bombshell Roulette Champion (Necra Octavian Kane), fifth Bombshell singles champion overall (Misty, Necra Octavian Kane, Roxi Johnson and Gothika), the 12th all-time singles and the sixteenth all-time champion male or female to surpass 100 days during a single reign (December 24, 2014)
  • Third Bombshell Roulette Champion in history (after Becky "Ragdoll" Jones and Amy Marshall), second all-time Bombshell singles champion (after Gothika), the fourth all-time singles champion of any kind male or female (after Spike Staggs, Gothika, and James Huntington-Hawkes III), and the third all-time champion male or female (after Bosom Buddies and Spike Staggs) to carry a title reign from one calendar year into the next, and the first Bombshell Roulette Champion to do it twice (January 1, 2015)
  • Surpassed Necra Octavian Kane's 1st reign of 112 days to become the singles longest reigning Bombshell Roulette Champion in SCW history (January 5, 2015); (Held record for longest reign for 17 months after her third reign ended on March 8, 2015. After 6 title changes in nine months, Kate Steele broke the record on August 8, 2015)
  • Second Bombshell Roulette Champion (Necra Octavian Kane), fastest Bombshell singles champion, 2nd fastest all-time singles champion male or female and the 4th fastest champion if any kind male or female in history to surpass 200 days during a combined reign (January 8, 2015); Set new record of 14 months, 26 days, or 452 days overall on January 8, 2015; Previously held record for 11 months and 4 days, 337 days overall or 48 weeks and 2 days from January 8 (surpassing Misty's 3 combined World Bombshell reigns) until December 13, 2015 (surpassed by Mikah, who set the new record of 6 months and 17 days on the 202nd day of her reign on December 13, 2015 of her World Bombshell Championship reign won on May 24, 2015) 
  • First Bombshell Roulette Champion and one of two to have a title reign longer than 3 months (January 11, 2015)
  • Longest combined Bombshell Roulette Champion in history, setting new record of 259 days on March 8, 2015 after her 3rd reign (from September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015) ended at Blaze of Glory IV in her 6th defense. Set record since January 12, 2015 (passing Necra Octavian Kane's 203 days over 3 reigns).
  • 3rd longest combined Bombshell singles champion in history, setting new record of 259 days on March 8, 2015 after 3rd Bombshell Roulette Championship reign (from September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015) ended at Blaze of Glory IV in her 6th defense. Set record on February 2, 2015, supasing Misty's combined 3 World Bombshell Championship reigns over 224 days. Held record for 11 months, 337 days overall - or 48 weeks and 1 day from the end of her 3rd reign on March 8, 2015 until February 8, 2016 (surpassed by Mikah on the 260th day of her World Bombshell Championship reign, which began on May 24, 2015. She set the new record at 266 days when her reign ended at My Bloody Valentine II in her 7th defense on February 14, 2016. Crystal Millar surpassed Vargas for second on the 260th combined day of her reign (the 43rd day of her second reign) on March 6, 2017 Mikah extended her record during her second reign which ended at 77 days from October 29, 2017 to SCW's final show and PPV on January 14, 2018, giving her a total of 343 days
  • 3rd longest Bombshell singles champion and 5th longest singles champion, male or female, in history, setting new record of 175 days on March 8, 2015 after 3rd Bombshell Roulette Championship reign (from September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015) ended at Blaze of Glory IV in her 6th defense. Set record on February 9, passing Gothika's 147-day reign as Bombshell Champion. Held record for 8 months, 8 days, 253 days overall, or 36 weeks and 1 day from end of her reign on March 8, 2015 until November 16, 2015 (surpassed by Mikah, who set the new record of 266 days when her World Bombshell Championship reign, which began on May 24, 2015, ended at My Bloody Valentine II in her 7th defense on February 14, 2016).
  • 3rd longest combined singles champion, male or female, in SCW history, setting new record of 259 days on March 8, 2015 after 3rd Bombshell Roulette Championship reign of 175 days (from September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015) ended at Blaze of Glory IV in her 6th defense. Held record for 9 months, 7 days, 280 days overall - or 40 weeks from February 9 (passing Nick Jones's 231 days over 2 reign as SCW World Champion) until November 16, 2015 (surpassed by Mikah, who set the new record at 266 days when her World Bombshell Championship reign, which began on May 24, 2015, ended at My Bloody Valentine II in her 7th defense on February 14, 2016)
  • 3rd longest combined reign of any kind in SCW history, setting the new record of 259 days on March 8, 2015 after 3rd Bombshell Roulette reign of 175 days (from September 14, 2014 - March 8, 2015) ended at Blaze of Glory IV in her 6th defense. Set record on February 9 (surpassed Bosom Buddies (Despayre and Big B) and Sinful Obsession (Despayre and Gabriel) 231-day SCW World Tag Team Championship reign and Nick Jones 2 reigns as SCW World Champion) and held the record for 6 months, 13 days, 197 days overall, or 28 weeks and 1 day from the end of her reign on March 8, 2015 until September 21, 2015 (surpassed by The Fallen (Raynin and Gothika), who set the new record of 287 days on October 18, 2015 with 3 reigns as World Bombshell Tag Team Champions after their 3rd reign, which began on July 19, 2015, ended at High Stakes IV in their 3rd defense)
  • 5th longest overall singles champion of any kind male or female and shares the all-time record (with Delia Darling) for a Bombshell singles title reign lasting over 5 months (February 14, 2014); Set record on February 14 and held record for 8 months, 16 days, 261 days overall, or 37 weeks and 2 days from the end of her reign on March 8, 2015 until November 24, 2015 (surpassed by Mikah, who set the new record on the 184th day and 6th month of her reign, which began on May 24, 2015). Her reign ended in her 7th defense in the eighth month at My Bloody Valentine II on February 14, 2016.
  • 7th longest singles champion of any kind, male or female, in history, setting a new record of 175 days after 3rd Bombshell Roulette Championship reign (from September 14, 2014 - May 8, 2015) ended at Blaze of Glory IV in her 6th defense. Held record on March 2 (passing Spike Staggs' 168-day reign as SCW World Champion) and held record for 8 months, 8 days, 253 days overall, or 36 weeks and 1 days from the end of her reign on March 8, 2015 until November 16 (surpassed by Mikah, who set the new record of 266 days as part of her World Bombshell Championship reign, which began on May 24, 2015 and ended at My Bloody Valentine II in her 7th defense on February 14, 2016)
  • Fourth Bombshell in history to become a three-time Bombshell Tag Team Champion individually (after Jessie Salco, Amy Marshall, and Veronica Taylor), the first to have held the Bombshell Roulette and Bombshell Tag Team Championship three times each, the second six-time champion ever in SCW (after Vixen) and the fastest to accomplish the milestone between her first and sixth titles, in 595 days, between October 2013 and May 2015 (May 31, 2015)
  • Second Bombshell (Jessie Salco) and one of only three (Salco, Mercedes, Amy Marshall) to wrestle 100 TV/PPV matches (September 3, 2017)
    • Fastest Bombshell to reach milestone in the shortest amount of time: 51 months/1554 days/4 years, 3 months, 1 day/222 weeks between first and 100th match from June 2, 2013 - September 3, 2017
    • Fifth Bombshell (after Vixen, Jessie Salco, Roxi Johnson, and Amy Marshall) and just one of ten Bombshells to wrestle 50 TV/PPV matches, third-fastest ever to reach milestone (after Johnson and Vixen) and third-most TV/PPV matches among active Bombshells (after Johnson and Marshall) in history (July 19, 2015)
  • Second overall seven-time champion in SCW and Bombshell history (after Amy Marshall) and the fastest to reach the milestone between the first and seventh titles (856 days/28 months, 1 day/122 weeks)
  • One of three Bombshells to win a title in consecutive years (after Misty and Amy Marshall), second (Marshall) to win a title in four consecutive years, and only Bombshell to win a title five consecutive years (Bombshell Roulette Championship, 2013, 2014; World Bombshell Tag Team Championship, 2015; Bombshell Internet Championship, 2016, World Bombshell Championship, 2017)
  • Fourth Bombshell (after Joanne Canelli, Roxi Johnson and Amy Marshall) to have held the Bombshell Roulette, World Bombshell, and Bombshell Internet Championship
  • Second most matches wrestled in SCW history - 109 (Jessie Salco: 115, Amy Marshall, 107), 2nd-most among active Bombshells roster (Jessie Salco)
  • Longest active SCW and Bombshell consecutive PPV streak - 30 consecutive pay-per-view appearances from June 23, 2013 - January 14, 2018; (surpassed Roxi Johnson record of 25 from January 3, 2013 - September 2015 on May 14, 2017; second-most ever in SCW after Despayre 36 straight from October 6, 2011 - March 19, 2017)
  • Second-most active career PPV wins: 11 (Amy Marshall, 13; third-most ever after Roxi Johnson and Amy Marshall, 13; December 2013)
  • Most active career wins: 47 (second-most ever after Roxi Johnson, 53)
  • Most career main events: 17 (9-8 record)
  • Most consecutive PPV title matches: 15 (August 18, 2013 - October 18, 2015) (6-9-0 record)
  • Most championship matches in SCW and Bombshells history - 48 (surpassed Vixen's 7-month record of 24 on May 3, 2015)
  • First Bombshell and one of only five in history to compete in 25+ Bombshell title matches (May 31, 2015) (Mercedes Vargas, Amy Marshall, Jessie Salco, Roxi Johnson, Vixen)
  • Active leader in 25+ consececutive Bombshell supercard title matches (May 3, 2017)
  • Most title matches in a single year: 10 (December 11, 2016 after surpassing Roxi Johnson's record of 9 set on December 13, 2015)
  • Second-most Bombshell TV/PPV matches in a single year, 24 (December 18, 2016) (Roxi Johnson, 27 (2013)
  • Second-most Bombshell TV matches in a single year: 18 (Roxi Johnson, 20 (2013)
  • Only Bombshell to compete in 20+ matches in a single year four years in a row: 2014-2017 (November 12, 2017)
  • World Women's Wrestling League
    • 3WL Sky High Tag Team Championship (1 time - inaugural champion) - with Crystal Hilton
    • 3WL Television Championship (1 time)
    • 3WL Unified World Championship (1 time)
    • LIWA World Championship (1 time)
    • 3WL World Championship (1 time)
    • 2011 Athena Cup Tournament (5th and final champion; December 9, 2011)
    • 2011 Athena Tag League Tournament - with Crystal Hilton (7th and final champion; April 24, 2011)
    • 3WL Hall of Fame (Class of 2013 (September 17, 2013)
    • Athena Awards (3 times)
      • Athena Tag Team of the Year (March 2011) - with Crystal Hilton as Ebony and Spice 2.0
      • Breakout Athena of the Year (March 2011)
      • Moment of the Year (March 2011) - 9-month undefeated streak in 3WL
    • First Athena in 3WL history to hold a singles (Television) and tag team championship (Sky High Tag) simultaneously and the third woman to become double champion
    • First Athena in 3WL history to win the Athena Tag League (April) and Athena Cup Tournament (December) in the same year (2011)
    • Longest singles undefeated streak in company history (1 year, 1 month, 3 days; 399 days overall - or 57 weeks (January 21, 2011 - February 24, 2012) Record still stands
    • Longest Sky High Tag Team Championship reign in company history (6 months, 17 days; 201 days overall - or 28 weeks, 5 days) (April 24 - November 11, 2011) Record still stands
    • Longest undefeated streak in company history (9 months, 21 days; 294 days overall - or 42 weeks (January 21, 2011 - November 11, 2012) Record still stands
    • Second longest singles Television Championship reign in company history (7 months, 16 days; 231 days overall - or 33 weeks from July 8, 2011 - February 24, 2012) Set new record on January 21, 2012, surpassing Marie Dupree's 196-day second reign and held record for longest reign for 7 months, 19 days, 231 days overall - or 33 weeks and 1 day from the end of her reign until October 13, 2012 (surpassed by Trish Newborn, who established the new record of 557 days when she was stripped of the Television Championship on September 20, 2014)
    • Broke the 8-year record held by Marie Dupree during her second reign to become the then-longest reigning Television Champion (January 21, 2012)
    • Second-ever 3WL Unified World Champion (May 13, 2012)
    • Longest reigning 3WL Unified World Champion, third longest singles reign in the history of the 3WL World Championship overall (10 months, 4 days; 308 days overall - or 44 weeks (May 13, 2012 - March 17, 2013) Record still stands
    • Fourth Triple Crown Champion and second-fastest to complete the Triple Crown in the shortest amount of time (385 days, or 1 year, 19 days overall) Record still stands

At a Glance

Fighting Style  

Technical/Lucha libre - Mercedes compliments a well-rounded technical background with a limited lucha-libre style and often lethal stiff kicks, but she can adapt to whoever she is placed with in the ring, and isn't afraid to mix it up in a brawl if the situation calls for it. More often than not, she loves taunting her opponents to no end when she has the advantage, but if challenged, can become sadistic with a mean streak that can carry over into dangerous extremes.

Ring Attire  

When it comes to ring attire, functionability, flexibility, and sex appeal are the keys that Mercedes values above all else. She mostly wears midriff-revealing tops (crop top/halter top/tank top/vest top) and black pants or a crop-top+shorts combo usually made of PVC, fingerloop gloves, and black boots.

Entrance Theme  

"Face to Face" by Siouxsie and the Banshees (January 9, 2009 – March 23, 2014 (used as an entrance theme for PRIDE AFCW from February 12, 2012 – March 23, 2014)

"Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" by U2 (August 5, 2012; August 24, 2012 - present) (used regularly as an entrance theme for WEW - August 24, 2012 - April 19, 2013; used for her entrance at PRIDE AFCW's Apotheosis pay-per-view event on August 5, 2012; used regularly as an entrance theme for CPW - May 29 - August 14, 2013; used regularly as an entrance theme for SCW - June 2, 2013 – present)

"Amazing" by High Fashion (SCW; used while part of the Mean Girls; August 31, 2014 - March 22, 2015)

"Break Free" by Ariana Grande (SCW; while teaming with/accompanying Delia Darling; May 17 - August 23, 2015)

Trivia 

  • As of her recent visit to a new city on October 14, (Scottsdale, Arizona for Sin City Wrestling), Vargas has visited 211 cities in 42 countries worldwide on six continents (142 US cities in 47 states; 7 Canadian cities in 5 provinces; 2 Mexican cities; 1 city in Central America, 6 Caribbean cities in 6 countries, including two dependent territories; 22 European cities in 14 countries; 8 African cities in 6 countries; 14 Asian cities in 6 countries; 4 South American cities in four countries; 3 Australian cities in Australia and, and 1 city in New Zealand worldwide on six continents. She has wrestled in 47 of 50 states (in 141 cities) in the United States and Washington, D.C., and has also wrestled in Canada (5 of 10 provinces), Mexico, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
  • Mercedes has held 22 titles over her nine-year career, including 14 singles titles and 8 tag team titles. Of her singles titles, six have been world championships, two has been location-based championships (DU Rockford State Championship, Pride AFCW International Championship), five has been gimmick/style championships (extreme/hardcore, television, internet; SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship x3, 3WL Television Championship, SCW Internet Championship), and one was a gender-specific championship (IWF Ruby Championship)
  • Save for her first two reigns with the SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship, which lasted for 35 and 49 days respectively, her two World Bombshell Championship reigns (each lasting 3 weeks), her Bombshell Internet reign, the ten other single reigns in her career have lasted over 100 days or longer. The SCW Bombshell Roulette, Tag Team, and Mixed Tag Team Championships are the only titles in her career she's held more than once and of any title in her career she's held more than twice.
  • Mercedes previously has never lost a debut match in her career. As of July 12, 2017 and of her recent debut match in a new promotion (Honor Wrestling), she is currently 11-0-1 in debut matches. She will make her 13th debut on February 12 for World Wrestling Headquarters on their Monday Night Hellsgate brand
  • Mercedes has earned various long winning streaks for most of her nine-year career, having an unbeaten or unpinned/unsubmitted streak in five  of the twelve promotions she's wrestled for in her career. Her longest overall unbeaten streak lasted more than nine months. In 2011, she went unbeaten in 3WL for 294 days from January 21 - November 11, 2011, going 7-0 in the process. Her shortest overall unbeaten streak is six months. In 2013, she went undefeated in Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling for 196 days from October 18, 2013 - April 30, 2014 and winning all five of her matches during her reign as the first and only Queen of Aesop World Champion, with one title defense during the company's tenure. Vargas matched her six-month mark when she went undefeated in Honor Wrestling for 189 days from July 12, 2017 to January 17, 2018, winning her first 13 matches, including two battle royals. Vargas's streak ended when she was disqualified due to interference. Currently, she remains unpinned overall and in singles for well over 15 months (450+ days)
  • In singles competition, her longest overall undefeated streak lasted 13 months. In 2013, she went unbeaten in 3WL for 399 days from January 21, 2011 - February 24, 2012, going 6-0 in the process.
  • Her longest singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak is 15 months. In Honor Wrestling, she went unpinned and unsubmitted in singles for 458 days during her first 29 matches of which 11 were in singles, winning 9 where she went 9-2-0. Her previous longest singles unpinned/unsubmitted streak was 14 months. In 2013, she went unpinned and unsubmitted in SCW for 434 days during her first 28 matches from her June 2, 2013 debut through August 10, 2014. Of her 28 matches during that span, nine were in singles competition where she went 4-5-0. Four of those five losses happened in non-pinfall or submission matches (Paddle on a Pole, Kennel from Hell match, two-out-of-three falls Tables match, Tables, Ladders and Chairs match) and all of her wins happened in decisive one-fall matches. Her shortest overall unpinned/unsubmitted streak is nine months. In 2013, she went unpinned and unsubmitted in SCW in her first twenty matches for 301 days from June 2, 2013 - March 30, 2014. Vargas went 11-9-0 during that span, having competed in eight singles matches (4-4-0), six multi-person matches (4-2-0), and six tag matches (3-3-0). Of her nine loses during the streak, three were in tag matches and six in non-pinfall or submission matches. She lost in two tag matches where she did not take the fall, six non-pinfall or submission matches (a Paddle on a Pole match, an elimination match, an Ultimate X match, a Kennel From Hell match, a two-out-of-three falls Tables match, and a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match), and a third tag match that saw the end of her streak when she suffered her first pinfall loss
  • Mercedes' longest overall winning streak is 9. In 2009, she had not lost a match for 327 days from September 20, 2009 to August 13, 2010, lasting 10 months, 24 days or 46 weeks and 5 days overall. Her longest winning streak in any one promotion is seven, which she did twice. In Divas Unleashed, she had not lost a match for 385 days from September 20, 2009 - October 10, 2010, going 1 year, 20 days, or 55 weeks overall. In 3WL, she had not lost a match for 294 days from January 21 - November 11, 2011, lasting 9 months, 21 days, or 42 weeks overall.
  • Mercedes' longest overall losing streak is 11. In 2015, she had not won a match for 69 days from March 23 to May 31, 2015, lasting 2 months, 8 days or 9 weeks and 6 days overall. Her previous mark was 8. In 2011 she had not won a match for 83 days from September 17 to December 9, 2011, lasting 2 months, 2 days, or 11 weeks and 6 days. Prior to that it was 6, which happened five times in her career. In 2010, she had not won a match for 79 days from August 13 to October 31, lasting over 2 months, 18 days, or 11 weeks and 2 days overall; In 2012, she had not won a match for 35 days from December 23, 2012 - January 27, 2013. In 2015, she had not won a match for 48 days from February 2 to March 2, lasting 6 weeks, 6 days. In 2016, she had not won a match from December 13, 2015 to February 14, 2016. Her longest losing streak in any one company is eleven. In IWF, she had not win a match for 112 days from November 23, 2015 - March 14, 2016, lasting 3 months, 20 days, or 16 weeks. Her previous mark was eight. In IWF, she had not win a match for 91 days from March 9 - July 8, 2015, lasting 2 months, 30 days, or 13 weeks. She matched this total when she lost to Esperanza Serranto on October 5. The streak ended when an eight-person tag match ended in a no contest on October 19 and she officially won her first match eight days later on November 2. Mercedes went on a 12-match winless streak from September 14 to December 13, 2015.
  • Mercedes is 20-14-0-1 (.585) lifetime in June, the best record of any month during a calendar year. Her worst month is February, where she is 12-23-0 (.342), one of five of her worst months, with the others being January (14-20-0-1, .414, April (16-22-1-0, .423), May (15-15-0, .500), July (18-20-0, .473), and October (14-20-1, .414). She has more wins in March (a 21-17-1 record) than any other month, followed closely by June and September (20-16-0-1), July (18-20-0-0, .438) and August (17-14-0-0, .548). Her most matches of a given month in a calender year is ten, which happened in April 2011, followed by 9 in December 2012 and February, March and 2014
  • Mercedes won the most matches of her career in 2011. Out of 68 matches (including a battle royal), she won 41. She won her least amount of matches in 2010, finishing with 5 wins out of a total of 13 matches, including one draw.
  • Mercedes competed her most amount of matches in her career in 2014 when she wrestled in 71 matches with 35 wins, 34 losses (including a battle royal), and 2 no contests. She wrestled her least amount of matches in 2010 finishing with 5 wins out of a total of 13 matches, including one draw.
  • Mercedes' most amount of pinfall wins in singles matches happened in 2012, where she scored 27 pinfalls in 41 singles matches, the most of any in her career. She recorded 1 pinfall in only six singles matches in her first year in 2009.
  • Mercedes' most amount of pinfall losses in singles competition happened in 2014. In 41 matches, 28 being singles matches, she was pinned 13 times. Her least amount happened in 2009 when she was only pinned twice in six singles matches
  • Mercedes' most amount of submission wins in singles matches happened in 2012, scoring 3 submission victories in 42 singles matches. She matched that amount in 2014 with 3 wins in her 35 matches. Her least amount happened in 2010, where she did not score any pinfall or submissions.
  • Mercedes' most amount of losses by submission in singles competition happened in 2013, where she submitted 4 times in six singles matches. She surpassed the amount in 2015 by two, having been submitted 6 times, the last happening in October 2015.
  • Mercedes' most amount of wins in singles competition by pinfall and submission happened in 2012, winning 30 of 42 matches (30-12); Her most losses in singles by pinfall or submission happened in 2014. She's lost 16 times in 41 matches (18-16-0-1)
  • In 2011, Mercedes' once held four championships simultaneously (one singles and three tag team championships) in three different promotions, having won the inaugural AFPW Tag Team Championship in February, the inaugural 3WL Sky High Tag Team Championship in April, the NCW Women's Starlets Tag Team Championship in June, and the 3WL Television Championship in July, holding all four championships concurrently for nearly one year, from February 27, 2011 to February 24, 2012.
  • Mercedes has lost no more than three matches in a row on pay-per-view at one time or another, and has won no more than four pay-per-view matches in a row.
  • Mercedes is 5-3-0 in the first match of a new year, winning in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2016. She is 6-2-1 in the final match of a new year, winning in 2009, winning two matches in one night in 2011, and in 2013, 2014 and 2017. The one draw happened in 2010.
  • Mercedes is only the second NCW Starlet to hold the distinction of having pinned Zelda Knite in a singles match, after Knite's sister-in-law, Kelly. Ironically, it was Kelly Knite who helped Mercedes pull off the historic moment, distracting and interfering in the match, allowing the upset. On the October 14, 2012 edition of Sunday Night Collision, Vargas defeated Zelda during the semifinals of the 2012 Starlets Road to the Gold Tournament, thus ending her 15-match singles unbeaten streak of over two years and two months from July 18, 2010 to October 14, 2012. The rivalry between the two also extends to other companies. In CPW, Vargas also ended another streak of Knite's when during a triple threat elimination match for the Sirens Championship at the Canadian Chaos pay-per-view on July 28, 2013, Knite, the defending champion, was pinned for the first time after receiving a Black Rose Overdrive from Vargas, thus ending her six-month unbeaten streak and guaranteeing that the match would crown a new champion, though Vargas was unsuccessful in winning the match and the title. In 14 matches all-time, they have competed in four singles matches with Vargas winning three of them, two of those matches being for world championships at Knite's expense, in addition to all their tag matches (7; 2-2 as opponents, though 3-0 as a team) a handicap match where Mercedes was at a disadvantage and subsequently lost, the aforementioned triple threat and a fatal four-way that Vargas won by outright, though Knite was not pinned in the decision. Mercedes is in the lead 6-4-1 in 11 head-to-head victories.
  • Of all of the opponents she has faced in her career, Mercedes and Crystal Hilton have met the most times, with 50 meetings in nine companies over seven years: Divas Unleashed (3), World Women's Wrestling League (6), New Championship Wrestling (13), PRIDE All-Female Championship Wrestling (2), Championship Pro Wrestling (1), Aesop World: Women's Pro Wrestling (2), Imperial Wrestling Federation (10), Sin City Wrestling (9) and Honor Wrestling (4). In 50 meetings all-time since their first meeting on December 13, 2009, and of their recent match on April 29, 2018, (Sin City Wrestling's Climax Control 203), they have competed in 13 singles matches, with their most recent meeting on March 14, 2018 (with Hilton leading 7-6-0 in victories); 19 tag team matches, with their most recent meeting on March 21 (a tag match in Honor Wrestling's Pride Tag Team Wrestling) (with Vargas leading 8-1-2 in victories and having 2 pinfall victories to Hilton's 1 over her with 2 no contests; 4-4 as tag partners), 1 handicap match where Mercedes was at a disadvantage and subsequently lost, and 17 multi-person matches (which Hilton leads (4-1-12) as of their recent match on April 29, 2018 (a triple threat match in SCW) including seven triple threat matches (which Hilton leads 3-0-4): Hilton won the first and seventh by outright and pinned Vargas in the fourth; Hilton was pinned in the second and sixth, while Vargas was also pinned in the third and fifth; 7 battle royals, a sudden death Elimination Chamber match where Hilton was also pinned, but not by Vargas, a six-way elimination steel cage match, and a six-pack challenge elimination chamber match won by Millar by outright). Mercedes leads the close series 15-13-14 in 42 of 50 overall meetings (which excludes the 8 tag team teamups).
  • Mercedes and Amy Marshall have met 23 times, spanning two companies in six years (Eight times in New Championship Wrestling and 15 times in Sin City Wrestling). In their rivalry, which began on April 10, 2011 in Vargas' third match in NCW, she leads 11-8-3 in 23 meetings (1-0 as tag partners). Their 23rd and most recent meeting happened on December 17, 2017 (a battle royal in SCW). As of September 3, 2017, Vargas leads 5-3-0 in 8 singles matches, with their recent meeting on September 3, 2017; as of July 9, 2017, Marshall leads 4-3-1 in 9 tag matches (1-0 as tag partners), and as of December 17, 2015, Vargas leads 3-1-2 in 6 multi-person matches, including two triple threat matches and winning both, pinning Marshall in the first and the second by outright, a fatal four-way that saw neither won or pin the other (though Vargas was pinned in the decision), and three battle royals, neither won the first match, Vargas won the second by outright, and Marshall won the third by outright. Overall, Vargas leads the series 11-8-3 in 22 of their 23 meetings (excluding the tag team up).
  • Mercedes Vargas and Emma Danielson have met 20 times spanning four companies in four years, with Vargas leading the head to head series 7-5-6 in 18 of 20 meetings (they also teamed up twice, losing both). Their first match was in a battle royal on August 7, 2011 in NCW. Their rivalry spans from: New Championship Wrestling (7), All-Female Pride Wrestling (1), PRIDE All Female Championship Wrestling (3), and Imperial Wrestling Federation (9). In 20 meetings all time as of their last meeting on February 28, 2016, they have met in 6 singles matches as of their last meeting on November 27, 2015 (with Danielson leading 5-1 in victories, and Vargas lone win was via countout), 6 tag team matches as of their last meeting on January 25, 2016 (with Vargas winning all four matches, but having never pinned Danielson in any of them; 0-2 as a team as of their last tag match as a team on January 25, 2016), and 8 multi-person matches (which Vargas 2-0-6), including 3 triple threat matches; with Vargas winning the first two, pinning Danielson in one of them, and neither pinned or won the third (though Vargas was pinned in the decision), a six-woman elimination steel cage match, 3 battle royals and a fatal four-way match on February 28, 2016. In 18 of their 20 matches overall, Vargas leads 7-5-6 in head-to-head victories (which doesn't include the two teamups)
  • On April 25, 2009 in Manila, Philippines, Mercedes wrestled the 25th opponent in her seventh match of her career when during an episode of Divas Unleashed Friday Night Exile, she was one of 30 entrants in a battle royal. She was the fifth entrant and the final five to be eliminated by Icenique, the 19th entrant and the eventual winner who attempted to eliminate her multiple times during the match. Mercedes outlasted the first 13 eliminated competitors and had two eliminations of her own before the elimination.
  • On October 10, 2010 in Perth, Australia, Mercedes wrestled her 25th career match in her 8th match of 2010 when at 3WL's From Oblivion with Love pay-per-view, she was pinned in a triple threat Zombie Lumberjack match for the vacant 3WL Television Championship. At this point, her record stood at 13-11-0-1 (.540) after her first 25 matches
  • On January 15, 2011 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mercedes faced her 49th, 50th, and 51st opponents in her first match of 2011 and 31st career match overall when on an episode of PRIDE AFCW's Saturday Night Revolution, she was pinned by Freya Kane in a fatal four-way Elimination Chamber Qualifying match, that also involved Ginger Rogers and Rainbow.
  • On April 24, 2011 in Johannesberg, South Africa, Mercedes earned her 25th career win in her 17th match of 2011 and her 47th match in her career when in the finals of the 2011 Athena Cup Tag League Tournament at 3WL's Fatal Fury 6 pay-per-view, she and Crystal Hilton defeated Sisters of Soul (Aquamarine Hinds and Jade O'Malley), when Vargas scored the pinfall on O'Malley to win the match, the fifth and final tournament and become the inaugural 3WL Sky High Tag Team Champions, the promotion's secondary tag titles after the World Tag Team Championship.
  • On May 7, 2011 in Biloxi, Mississippi, Mercedes wrestled in her 50th career match in her 20th match of 2011 when on an episode of New Championship Wrestling's Saturday Night Trauma, she was on the winning side of a six-woman tag team match with Roxxxi and Kathleen Conway as her partners against the team of Crystal Hilton, Alysson Gardner, and Mercedes Lewis, with Roxxxie pinning Hilton for the win. Her record stands at 28-20-1-1 (.580) after her first 50 matches
  • On July 9, 2011 in Manchester, New Hampshire, Mercedes wrestled her 75th career opponent in her 31st match of 2011 and 61st match in her career when on an episode of NCW's Saturday Night Trauma, she was on the winning side of a tag team match with Ayla St. James against Ashlie Ember and Josie Everyman, collectively called Burning Man
  • On September 17, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland, Mercedes wrestled her 75th career match in her 25th match of 2011 when she was on the losing side of a tag match with Kathleen Conway as Oppoortunity against Megan Kane and Kelly Knite, with Kane scoring the pinfall on Vargas. Her record stands at 43-30-1-1 (.586) after her first 75 matches
  • On February 26, 2012 in Washington, D.C, Mercedes met her 94th-101st opponents in her fourth match of 2012 and 88th career match overall when at PRIDE 2 on an episode of PRIDE AFCW's Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, she was eliminated seventh during a 15-woman battle royal to qualify for the main event Coronation Elimination Chamber at the promotion's March Coronation pay-per-view to crown the first-ever PRIDE Champion. 8 of the 14 opponents were opponents never met before in Susan Rigger, Bobbi Jackson, Jasmine, Elise Sankt, Giselle Anderson, Jessica Jackson, Hayley Dark, and Reiha Johansson. The other six were opponents Mercedes have met before in her career: Veronica Valiant, who won the battle royal, Crystal Hilton, Rosa de Oro (who met twice only in AFPW), Emma Danielson, and Natalya Demidov (also met in AFPW). Bobbi and Anderson eliminated Vargas from the match.
  • On April 8, 2012 in Dallas, Texas, Mercedes earned her 50th career win in her eighth match of 2012 and 92nd career match overall when at PRIDE 4 on an episode of PRIDE AFCW's Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, she defeated Crystal Hilton in a singles match.
  • On May 13, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee, her 97th match in her career and her 13th match of 2012, Mercedes won her third title in 3WL and her first world championship at 3WL's All or Nothing pay-per-vew in Nashville, Tennessee when she cashed in her World Championship opportunity and defeated Zelda Knite by pinfall in a steel cage match to become the second Unified World Champion in history (the 25th 3WL World Champion and 31st LIWA Champion overall). In addition, she became only the fourth 3WL Triple Crown Champion, and the second-fastest to complete the Triple Crown in the shortest amount of time in only 385 days, which is notable, as she had only been with the company just short of two years at the time. This was her 24th match since joining the promotion in late July 2010.
  • On May 26, 2012 in Bismark, North Dakota, Mercedes wrestled in her 100th career match in her 16th match of 2012 when on an episode of New Championship Wrestling's Saturday Night Trauma, she teamed with Kathleen Conway as Opportunity to defeat Team Twilight (Crystal Hilton and Mercedes Lewis, with Vargas pinning Hilton with a roll-up. At this point, her record stands at 55-43-1-1 (.560) in her first 100 matches.
  • On July 22, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri, Mercedes wrestled in her 50th career singles match in her 28th match of 2012 and 112th career match overall when on an episode of PRIDE AFCW's Sunday Night PRIDE Wrestling, she defeated Mikaela Demidov by submission.
  • On September 28, 2012 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mercedes not only wrestled in her 125th career match but also her 100th career non-pay-per-view match in her 33rd match of 2012 and 117th career match overall, when on an episode of World Elite Wrestling's Friday Night Adrenaline, she was pinned by Shady Layne in a singles match. Her record stands at 71-52-1-1 (.576) after 125 matches
  • On October 5, 2012 in Norfolk, Virginia, Mercedes wrestled her 125th opponent in her 43rd match of 2012 and 84th match of her career when on an episode of World Elite Wrestling's Friday Night Adrenaline she was defeated by JJ Goldberg by pinfall.
  • On October 28, 2012 in Buffalo, New York, Mercedes earned her 75th career win in her 49th match of 2012 and her 133rd career match when at NCW's Road to the Gold VI pay-per-view, she and Davey Ortega defeated the teams of Joe Everyman and Cynthia Warren and Mike Lazlo and Charity in a triple threat mixed tag team match during the preshow.
  • On December 21, 2012 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mercedes earned her 50th career singles win and competed in her 75th career singles match, in her 40th match of 2012, when on an episode of World Elite Wrestling's Friday Night Adrenaline, she defeated Catelyn Vaine by pinfall.
  • Two days laterm on December 23, 2012 in Birmingham, Alabama, Mercedes wrestled in her 150th career match in her 66th match of 2012, where on an episode of NCW's Sunday Night Collision, she was defeated by Emma Danielson in a singles match. With the loss, Mercedes fell to 0-2 versus Danielson in singles matches, following an earlier singles match loss to her eight months earlier in her return from injury after six months on NCW's Saturday Night Trauma on April 21, while handing her a seventh loss in row as part of a seven-month losing streak at the time. Her record stands at 86-62-1-1 (.580) after 150 matches.
  • On March 10, 2013, Mercedes became the third 3WL World Champion to surpass 300 days during a single reign and the first Unified World Champion to reach this milestone.
  • On June 5, 2013 in Richmond, Virginia, Mercedes wrestled her 175th career match in her 23rd match of 2013 when on CPW TV 2, she was defeated by Zelda Knite in the semi-finals of the CPW Sirens Championship Tournament. At this point, her record stands at 93-78-1-3 (.542) after 175 matches.
  • On June 24, 2013 in Manchester, England, Mercedes wrestled in her 100th career singles match in her 27th match of 2013 and 179th career match overall when on an episode of PRIDE All-Female Championship Wrestling's Monday Night PRIDE Wrestling, she defeated Kate Steele by pinfall, after hitting the Black Rose Overdrive.
  • On August 7, 2013 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mercedes not only wrestled in her 100th career singles match, but also earned her 100th career singles match win in her 34th match of 2013 and 186th career match overall when on an episode of Championship Pro Wrestling's CPW TV 7, she defeated Angel Kash.
  • On August 18, 2013 aboard the Royal Monarch Cruiseliner, Mercedes wrestled her 149-151st career opponents in her 36th match of that year and 188th career match overall during SCW's Summer XXXtreme pay-per-view in a six-woman X-Rules Pool Party elimination match for Necra Octavian Kane's Bombshell Roulette Championship in her fourth defense. Of the five opponents, only Nessa Wall (who eliminated Necra last to win the match and the championship), Emma Rose, and Jessie Salco were opponents never met before while she and Jackson were two of the four opponents in a fatal four-way first blood match at Violent Conduct II, won by Mercedes in only her second match in the promotion and following her successful singles match in-ring debut at Climax Control 52 three weeks prior. She and Kane previously met at Climax Control 54 following the Into the Void II supershow in a mixed tag team match, which her team lost, though she was not pinned.
  • On September 1, 2013 in Hadicurari Beach, Aruba, Mercedes earned her 100th career win in her 37th match of 2013 and 189th career match overall at SCW's Climax Control 59, defeating Jessie Salco by pinfall in a singles match.
  • On December 8, 2013 in Newark, California, Mercedes wrestled in her 200th career match in her 48th match of 2013 when at SCW's December 2 Dismember supershow, she was defeated by Amy Marshall in a two-out-of three falls match for her SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship, ending her first reign at 36 days. At this point, her overall record stands at 107-89-1-3 (.545) after 200 matches.
  • Two weeks after losing the Bombshell Roulette Championship, Mercedes won the Sin City Wrestling Bombshell Tag Team Championship for the first time on March 9, 2014 to become the seventh Bombshell in SCW history to have held the Bombshell Roulette and Bombshell Tag Team Championships.
  • On March 29, 2014 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Mercedes wrestled her 175th career opponent in her 23rd math in 2014 as well as wrestled her 225th career match when at Femme Fatale Wrestling's Chaos Theory pay-per-view she was defeated by Summer by pinfall. Herrecord stood at 123-98-1-4 (.557) after 225 matches
  • On April 28, 2014 in San Antonio, Texas, Mercedes earned her 125th career win in her 33rd match of 2014 and her 167th career match when on an episode of IWF's Monday Night Sacrifice, she defeated Joanne Canelli in a singles match
  • Mercedes completed a perfect undefeated streak when on the final episode of Aesop World's Battlegrounds on April 30, 2014 she defeated Crystal Hilton in a lumberjill match following the Black Rose Overdrive to retain the Queen of Aesop World Championship in her only title defense and in the process becoming the only undefeated wrestler in the company (5-0). Her sixth month reign ended at 194 days and the aforementioned title defense.
  • On May 5, 2014 in Inglewood, California, Mercedes suffered her 100th career loss in her 36th match of 2014 and 238th career match overall when on an episode of Imperial Wrestling Federation's Monday Night Sacrifice, she was defeated by Alexis Caffrey by submission, the sixth time in singles competition and in her career she was forced to submit.
  • On June 29, 2014 in Tucson, Arizona, Mercedes wrestled in her 250th career match in her 48th match of 2014 when on an episode of Sin City Wrestling's Climax Control at Climax Control, she teamed with Traci Patterson to defeat The Freakettes and win the Bombshell Tag Team Championship to become the first-ever two-time champions. Her record stands at 133-112-1-4 (.542) after 250 matches.
  • On July 7, 2014 in Munich, Germany, Mercedes wrestled in her 200th career non-pay-per-view match in her 50th match of 2014 and 252nd career match overall when on an episode of Imperial Wrestling Federation's Monday Night Sacrifice, she teamed with Amber Richards in a winning effort against Sunshine Sparkles and Ashley Mastrangelo during a tag team match in the final week of the first round of the 2014 Heiress to the Throne tournament, when Vargas scored the pinfall on Mastrangelo for the win.
  • On July 20, 2014 at Sin City Wrestling's Into the Void III supershow in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mercedes and Traci Patterson were defeated by Amy Marshall and Jessie Salco, ending their second reign with the Bombshell Tag Team Championship after three weeks - the same length of time as their first reign. With her Aesop Queen of Aesop World Championship reign ended after the promotion closed in late April 2014 and being stripped of the IWF Ruby Championship on July 14, this marked the first time since May 12, 2013 (when she lost the PRIDE AFCW International Championship) that Mercedes did not have a championship at any time. Two months later, on September 14, she won the SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship for a record-tying third time.
  • On December 14, 2014 in Bakersfield, California, Mercedes wrestled her 200th opponent in her 69th match of 2014 and the 272nd match in her career when on the final episode of Sin City Wrestling's Climax Control for 2014 at Climax Control 102, she was on the losing side of a six-Bombshell tag team match with Mikah Stephens and Desiree Drake against Melody Grace, Roxi Johnson, and Misty, with Johnson scoring the pinfall on Drake
  • On November 15, 2014 in Boise Idaho, Mercedes wrestled her 150th singles match where at Femme Fatale Wrestling's Breaking Point,  she was defeated by Leah O'Quinn
  • On January 11, 2015 in Birmingham, England, Mercedes wrestled the 275th match of her career when at SCW's Inception supershow, she sucesssfully defended the Bombshell Roulette Championsship against Traci Patterson in her fifth defense. Her record stands at 145-124-1-5 (.538) after 275 matches
  • On April 9, 2015 at Imperial Wrestling Federation's Thursday Night Training Grounds, Mercedes lost her 100th non-pay-per-view match when she lost in a triple threat match. She was not pinned.
  • On May 31, 2015 in Alexandria, Egypt, Mercedes earned her 150th career win in her career match when on SCW's Climax Control at Climax Control 116, she and Delia Darling defeated Amanda Cortez and Veronica Taylor, when Darling scored the pinfall on Taylor, to win the World Bombshell Tag Team Championship for the third time for Vargas and the first for Darling. The win gave her her sixth tag team championship of her career, her overall 15th championship, made her the third Bombshell to become a three-time Bombshell Tag Team Champion, the second overall six-time champion in SCW and the fastest to accomplish this feat, in 595, or 19 months, between October 2013 and May 2015, and the first Bombshell to have held the Bombshell Roulette and World Bombshell Tag Team Championship three times each.
  • On June 14, 2015 in Dohar, Qatar, Mercedes wrestled the 300th match of her career, when at Sin City Wrestling's Climax Control at Climax Control 118 she was defeated by Amanda Cortez in a singles match. Her record stands at 151-143-1-5 (.513) after 300 matches.
  • On July 19, 2015 in Hong Kong, China, Mercedes wrestled her 50th TV/PPV match in Sin City Wrestling, becoming just the fourth Bombshell to do so and the third fastest to reach that milestone. Unfortunately, her third reign as Bombshell Tag Team Champions and first with Delia Darling ended that night as The Fallen (Gothika and Raynin) ended their reign at 49 days when Raynin pinned Vargas, the overall tenth time in her SCW career that she was pinned, second time in a tag match and fourth time in any kind of match in her SCW career.
  • On August 24, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico, Mercedes suffered her 150th career loss in her 38th match of 2015 and her 310th career match when on an episode of IWF's Monday Night Sacrifice, she was defeated by then IWF Diamonds Champion Alexis Caffrey by pinfall, her third loss to Caffrey in her IWF career and the second by pinfall.
  • On September 14, 2015 in Yokohama, Japan, Mercedes wrestled her 50th TV/PPV match in Imperial Wrestling Federation, when on an episode of IWF's Monday Night Sacrifice, she teamed with Emma Danielson in a losing effort against The Garcia Twins, when Vargas was pinned by Paige. The night saw Vargas become the fourth Diamond to wrestle 50 TV/PPV matches and the third-fastest to reach the milestone, at 624 days as well as also set the new record for most TV appearances in a single year when she surpassed the old record of 19 TV appearances set by Amber Richards on December 21, 2014, which stood for 8 months, 24 days, 267 days overall, or 38 weeks and 1 day. Vargas would end 2015 having wrestled in 26 television matches, establishing the new mark on December 21.
  • On September 20, 2015 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mercedes wrestled in her hometown for the first time in her career when at Sin City Wrestling's Climax Control 126, she defeated Alexis Edwards by pinfall.
  • On September 27, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan, Mercedes not only wrestled her 50th multi-person match but also became one of four Diamond in IWF history (after Amber Richards, Ana Valentine and Alexis Caffrey) to have wrestled in 50 TV/PPV matches (not including house shows) when at IWF's Extreme Endurance pay-per-view, she was one of six participants in the first-ever Maiden of Steel elimination match to crown the promotion's first Shieldmaiden Champion. The match also featured Emma Danielson, Crystal Hilton, Kayla Richards, and the Garcia Twins, Paige and Sara Garcia. Richards, who eliminated Vargas third, won the match, lastly eliminating Hilton by knockout after using a pair of brass knuckles.
  • On November 2, 2015 in Seattle, Washington, Mercedes set the new record for most TV/PPV matches in a single year when on an episode of IWF's Monday Night Sacrifice, she teamed with Paige Garcia in a winning effort against Druken Perfection, the team of Emma Danielson and Crystal Hilton, with Garcia getting the pinfall for her team. Vargas surpassed the old mark of 30 set by Amber Richards in 2014 from January 13 to December 21 and held the record for 10 months, 12 days, 316 days overall or 45 weeks and a day. Vargas established the new record on December 21, ending 2015 having wrestled 34 TV/PPV matches. 
  • On November 22, 2015 in San Jose, Costa Rica, Mercedes not only wrestled the 325th match of her career when at SCW's Climax Control 132, she faced The Nobodies' Celeste North in a singles match, which she would go on to lose. Her overall record stands at 158-160-1-6 (.496) after 325 matches
  • On January 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mercedes improved her record of first matches in a new year to 5-3 when on an episode of SCW's Climax Control, she defeated Zuri Chastain by pinfall in a Prison Chamber match. It was her second consecutive win in this type of match, having defeated Necra Octavian Kane on September 28, 2014 to retain the Bombshell Roulette Championship in the first defense of her record-tying third reign, her third win in four matches against Chastain, and improves her record to 4-0 in SCW in first matches in the new year. She's only one of five Bombshells (Kittie, 2-0 in 2011 and 2012; Vixen, 3-0 in 2012, 2013 and 2014, Joanne Canelli, 3-0 in 2013, 2014, and 2015 and Delia Darling, 2-0 in 2014 and 2015) to remain unbeaten, winning her debut match on June 2, 2013, her first match of 2014 on January 5, and her first match of 2015 on January 11.
  • On January 17, 2016, Mercedes wrestled her 250th non-pay-per-view match when on an episode of SCW's Climax Control 137 , she faced Crystal Hiton in a singles match which she lost
  • On January 31, 2016 in Tacoma, Washington, Mercedes wrestled in her 75th pay-per-view match when at IWF's Metamorphosis 2016 pay-per-view she competed against Kayla Richards for her Sheildmaiden Championship. Richards, however, would win the match by submission.
  • On February 28, 2016, Mercedes competed against the 224th and 225th opponents of her career when on an episode of SCW's Climax Control, she teamed with Derek Throrne against Connor Murphy and Melanie Gabrielle in a first round match during the 2016 Blast From the Past Tournament
  • On March 14, 2016 in Denver, Colorado, Mercedes broke the record for most TV/PPV matches wrestled surpassing Amber Richards (65) when on IWF's Monday Night Sacrifice, she was defeated by Fiona McFly. 
  • On March 27, 2016 in Tempe, Arizona, Mercedes suffered her 175th career loss when on the 144th episode o Climax Control, she was defeated in a tag match with Jessie Salco against Melody Grace and Candy Overton when Grace pinned her in the match
  • On July 10, 2016, in Reno, Nevada, Mercedes competed in her 350th match when on an episode of Sin City Wrestling Sunday Night Climax Control 153, she was pinned in a tag team match with Keira Fisher against Samantha Marlowe and Jessie Salco, with Salco getting the win for her team. Her record stands at 163-179-1-7 after 350 matches.
  • On October 16, in Prescott Valley, Arizona, Mercedes competed in her 275th non pay-per-view match when on an episode of Sunday Night Climax Control 161, she defeated in the main event by Crystal Millar for the World Bombshell Championship.
  • On January 8, 2017, a day before her eighth-year debut as a professional wrestler, Mercedes competed in her 200th career singles match when on an episode of Sin City Wrestling's Sunday Night Climax Control 168, she faced Polly Playtime in a return match for the SCW Bombshell Internet Championship, though lost the title match
  • On May 14, 2016, in Queens, New York, Mercedes earned her 100th singles victory when at Sin City Wrestling's Into the Void VI supercard, she defeated Kate Steele in a singles match.
  • On June 18, 2017, in Prescott Valley, Arizona, Mercedes lost her 100th career singles match as well as her 150th career non-PPV match when on an episode of SCW's Sunday Night Climax Control 183 she was defeated by Mikah in singles competition.
  • On November 11, 2017, in Fort Defiance, Arizona, Mercedes competed in her 300th non-pay-per-view match when at Sin City Wrestling's Climax Control 195 episode, she failed to win the World Bombshell Championship from Mikah. Her record stands at 140-153-7 after 300 matches
  • On July 26, 2017 in Bozeman, Montana, Mercedes won her 375th career match when on an episode of Honor Wrestling's Wednesday Night Pride Wrestling, she defeated Stacy Ruins and Latoya Hixx in a triple threat match
  • On November 22, 2017, in Leeds, England, Mercedes competed in her 100th career tag team match when on an episode of Honor Wrestling's "Wednesday Night Showdown", she was the sole survivor of an 4-on-4 elimination match
  • On December 6, 2017, in Tokyo, Japan, Mercedes won her 50th career tag team match in her 101st career tag match when on an episode of Honor Wrestling's Showdown Supershow, she and Alex Jones defeated Travis Blake and Alicia Lukas by disqualification when the Bad Boys intefered attacking Jones.
  • On December 17, 2017, in Las Vegas Nevada, Mercedes lost her 200th career match when on the 200th episode of Climax Control, the final episode and the first of the final two shows in Sin City Wrestling before its closing, Vargas was eliminated in a five-Bombshell battle royal to determine the number one contender to the World Bombshell Championship. She was eliminated third in the match.
  • On January 4, 2018 in Kingston, Rhode Island, Mercedes competed against her 300th and 301st opponents when on an episode of Honor Wrestling's Wednesday Night Showdown, she won an eight-woman battle royal. Six of the other opponents were people she faced in Honor in the past in her career
  • On March 21, 2018, Mercedes earned her 150th career non-PPV win when on an episode of Honor Wrestling's Pride Wrestling, she won a tag match with Mrs. Right against Crystal Millar and Stephanie Sullivan, in the trilogy of their three-week feud.
  • On April 9, 2018 in La Jolla, San Diego, Mercedes lost her 50th career tag match when on an episode of World Wrestling Headquarters's Monday Night HellsGate, she was defeated in a tag match with Alexander Devin against Astrid Devin and Justin Jordan when Sedin pinned Devin. Her record stands at 52-50-3 after 105 career matches
  • On April 18, in Birmingham, Alabama, Mercedes wrestled the 225th singles match of her career when on an episode of Honor Wrestling's "Showdown", she faced Jordan Monroe in the fifth successful defense of her Honor Championship. Her singles record stands at 113-105-2-5 after 225 singles matches
  • On May 25, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mercedes earned her 200th career win when at Sin City Wrestling's Into the Void VII pay-per-view, she defeated Seleana Zdunich in a singles match by pinfall

On July 22, 2018, Mercedes competed in her 100th career pay-per-view match when at Sin City Wrestling's Summer XXXtreme VI, she and Kain defeated London Underground to win her tenth overall championship and record-breaking fourth tag team championship in the promotion. After 100 pay-per-view matches, she is 46-63-1.

  • Mercedes Vargas has wrestled in 17 battle royal matches so far in her career. One stunning detail about these appearances is that Vargas has lasted until the very end of the match in 10 of her 17 battle royal appearances, either as the winner, the final person eliminated or among the last few in the match. She competed in her 17th and most recent battle royal in the Honor Wrestling Second Annual Mayhem Survival Match on the July 28 Pride Tag Team Wrestling where she was eliminated fifth in the 30-person battle royal
  • At the start of 2018 and as of her recent match against a new opponent on January 4, 2017  (Winter and Delia Darling), Mercedes has faced 301 different opponents in her career.
  • The longest Mercedes has ever gone without holding a title is 16 months. Mercedes won the World Bombshell Title on May 15, 2016 and her reign ended three weeks later at Into the Void on June 3, 2016. Mercedes ended her title drought by winning the World Bombshell Championship a second time on September 24, 2017. The previous record was six months. After her third World Bombshell Tag Team Championship reign with Delia Darling ended at 49 days on July 19, 2015, she would not win another title until she defeated Alexis Edwards for the Bombshell Internet Championship on February 14, 2016 at My Bloody Valentine II. The previous mark was five months. After losing the PRIDE AFCW International Championship on May 12, 2013, Mercedes would not win another title until she became the SCW Bombshell Roulette Champion on October 13. On March 8, 2015 at Sin City Wrestling's Blaze of Glory IV pay-per-view, Mercedes was defeated in an Inferno match that ended her five-month, 175-day reign as Bombshell Roulette Champion as well as her 14-month reign of at last holding one title. She would once again become champion when she won her third Bombshell Tag Team Championship reign on May 31, 2015. Her reign, however, lasted 49 days when she lost the title on July 19, 2015  
  • Mercedes' first title in any given promotion have usually come early in her career. In chronological order, she won the DU Rockford State Championship in October 2009, in just her 13th career match and less than one year after her debut in January (9 months), the AFCW Tag Team Championship in February 2011 in her fourth match since her debut in December 2010 (2 months), the 3WL Sky High Tag Team Championship in April 2011 in her 13th match since her debut in July 2010 (8 months), the NCW Starlets Tag Team Championship in June 2011 in her 13th match since her debut in March 2011 (2 months), the PRIDE AFCW International Championship in August 2012 in her 12th match since her debut in February (5 months), the SCW Bombshell Roulette Championship in October 2013 in her ninth match since her debut in June (4 months), the Aesop World: Queen of Aesop World Championship in October 2013 in her first match, the IWF Ruby Championship in March 2014 in her tenth match since her debut in December 2013 (2 months), and the Honor Wrestling Women's Honor Championship in October 2017 in her eighth match since her debut July 2017 (3 months)
  • As of 2018 and as of her recent match on September 30, Mercedes has competed in 441 matches since her debut in 2009. In that time, she has had five non-losing years, finishing 10-6-0-1 in 2009 (17 matches for a .617 percentage); 30-24-0-0 in 2011 (54 matches for a .555 percentage); 41-27-0-0 in 2012 (68 matches for a .602 percentage); and 22-13-0 in 2017 (35 matches for .628 winning percentage); She finished 34-34-0-2 in 2014 (70 matches for a .500 percentage). She had four losing years, finishing 5-7-0-1 in 2010 (13 matches for a .423 percentage); 23-25-1-1 in 2013 (50 matches for a .480 percentage); 15-40-0-1 in 2015 (56 matches for a .276 percentage) and 7-24-1 in 2016 (29 matches for a .234 percentage), her worst year statistically. As of her recent match on October 28, 2018 (World Wrestling Headquarters), she is 30-21-2 in 53 matches
  • As of 2018 and as of her recent matches on November 11 (World Wrestling Headquarters's Mankind Divided and Sin City Wrestling's High Stakes VIII pay-per-view), Mercedes has competed in 446 matches (including pay-per-view (105 matches on November 11) and battle royal appearances (17 as of July 28, 2018), compiling an overall win-loss record of 216-222-2-8 (448 matches for a .493 percentage) with a non-pay-per-view record of 169-166-2-7 (344 matches for a .505 percentage) in 448 matches and 344 non-PPV matches on October 28 2018, including a 5-13-0-0 record in 18 battle royals as of July 28, 2018, including 3 of her 5 battle royal wins) and a pay-per-view record of 48-56-0-1 (.468) in what will be 105 matches on November 11, with two of her other battle royal wins on pay-per-view.
  • As of 2018 and as of her recent singles match on November 11 (World Wrestling Headquarters Mankind Divided pay-per-view), Mercedes has have competed in 244 singles matches with a current record of 124-112-1-6 (.523) in 243 matches as of November 11, 2018. 215 of her 243 singles matches has ended by pinfall or submission. Of these, she has won 113 matches by pinfall (100) or submission (13). Conversely, she has lost 101 matches by pinfall (80) or submission (21). The other 30 matches includes two draws, five no contests, three losses by disqualification, a loss by referee's decision, a cell match Mercedes won by escape of the cage, two wins by countout, two wins by beating the ten-count, 12 non-pinfall or submission-type matches, including the Kennel From Hell match where the only way to win was by escape of the cage, and a loss by forfeit.
  • Non pinfall/submission matches: 5-7 in 12 matches
    • Treasure hunt (W), lingerie match (L), Paddle on a Pole (L), Kennel from Hell Steel Cage match (L via opponent escape of the cage), 2/3 Falls Tables match (L), 2 Tables Ladders and Chairs matches (0-2), Strap match (W), Last Bombshell Standing (W), Inferno match (L), Pumpkin on a Pole (W), Ladder match (W)
  • Matches that did not end in a pinfall decision: 6-1 in seven matches
    • Won two singles match by beating the ten-count (WW); Cage match (W via escape), Referee's decision (L), two wins by Countout (WW), 1 win by disqualification
  • 3 DQ singles losses
  • 5 NC matches
  • 2 Draws
  • 1 loss by forfeit

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