Feminine Amazons in the wrestling ring are a sight to behold in part because they ignite so many fantasies.

Rock And Roll Rock C is a statuesque beauty that towers at almost 6 foot and weighs in at a mouth-watering 150 feminine pounds.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, prowrestling wikia photo

Blessed with long shapely legs, perfect curves and angelic fresh faced girl next door looks, the only thing to tie a bright bow ribbon on this scrumptious package would be a sweet Southern accent.

This princess has that too.

Have you ever taken one look at someone so beautiful that you quietly say to yourself, in another time or life you could easily fall in love with them?

So with all of that going for her, why haven’t we seen more of her?

Her bio states that her debut was back in 2004, almost 12 years ago. Her best year appears to be 2010 when her won lost record was 10-3.

Her real name is Sheena Layne.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, photobucket.com photo

She has wrestled some of the Indie’s biggest stars in Hellena Heavenly, Misty James, Tiffany Roxx, Brittany Love, Mary Elizabeth Monroe and more.

We’ve reviewed her videos and this Belle can throw down, leap through the air and take some severe punishment with the best of them.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, facebook.com photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, facebook.com photo

In her interviews her voice is like a song.

So what gives?

It’s always best when someone speaks for themselves.

She has a son, is a stay at home Mom and wrestles in her spare time. She hasn’t traveled the world because she doesn’t want anyone else to raise her little boy while she is gone.

“Family is not an important thing. It’s everything.”… Michael J. Fox 

That is refreshing and unusual.

That being said, her wrestling resume still blossoms like a Tennessee rose.

The informative industry sight wpnwrestling.com educates, “In 2004, following attending her first indie wrestling show in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, “Rock-N-Roll” Rock-C fell in love with the business of pro-wrestling. Since that time she’s worked the southern states building on her reputation and style. She’s pushed herself to become one of the most technically proficient wrestling stars on the circuit today. Now veteran, she’s looking to take on new faces in new promotions to remind the fans just who she is and what Rock-C is all about! Winning.”

That certainly is true.

As of this writing her titles are MLOW Tag Team Champion and TWE Chattanooga Women’s Champion.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, glorywrestling.com photo

One of the great Indie reporting sites that Femcompetitor Magazine loves to research from and enjoys as a fan, glorywrestling.com adds some brilliant color. “Rock-N-Roll Rock-C has always been intrigued with the wild and dangerous. Before she reached her teens she wanted to be a drag car racer. Then she fell in love with rock and roll music. But after going to her first Indy show…well, that’s when she got hooked on being a lady wrestler! Now this Tennessee grappler has combined her love of rock music with the speed and adrenaline of drag racing to bring fans the one and only Rock-N-Roll Rock-C!”

Now our Southern Sunshine speaks for herself at the same site. “My real name is Sheena and I grew up in Hixson, Tennessee, until age 11 when we moved to Soddy Daisy…..I always wanted to become a drag car racer growing up. Well, when I turned 17 I got my first race car! It was a white ’79 Camaro with a rail cage and slicks on the back. It was a dream come true! Now racing has to take a back seat to my son and my wrestling.”

In her online interviews, her love of family and church are often spoken about.

“A family is a place where principles are hammered and honed on the anvil of everyday living.” ….Charles R. Swindoll

 So is her colorful upbringing.

As the tall girl, she always was elected to play center in basketball, she starred in softball as well and even knows some karate.

A natural athlete, Rock C has had her share of injuries, many very painful.

She’s blown knees out, lost a ton of hair from having her mane constantly yanked and severely tore some ligaments in her upper arm yet kept on wrestling until she had to take a break and let it heal.

She loves being with her parents, family and friends and appears to have a life circle that’s very nourishing.

Let’s travel to her hometown where she lives in Tennessee.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, soddy-daisy.org photo

Soddy-Daisy is a city in Hamilton County.

The population was 11,530 at the 2000 census and 12,714 at the 2010 census. The city was formed in 1969 when the communities of Soddy (to the north) and Daisy (to the south), along with nearby developed areas along U.S. Highway 27, merged to form Soddy-Daisy. It is rapidly becoming a bedroom community of nearby Chattanooga and is part of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The educational city site soddy-daisy.org paints a soft canvass. “Nestled between wooded mountain ridges and sparkling Soddy Lake, Soddy-Daisy captures the best of both rural and urban life. With Chattanooga less than twenty minutes away, residents enjoy the pleasures and conveniences of a large metropolitan area tempered with the small-town friendliness and spectacular beauty that characterize Soddy-Daisy Tennessee.

The Big Soddy Creek Gulf area commonly called the “Gulf” is a natural beauty with lots of history located at 11721 Back Valley Road. Consisting of 285 acres of pristine wilderness, the Gulf offers hiking trails, mountain and gorge views, natural habitats, waterfalls, flora, wildlife, and rock formations along Big Soddy Creek.”

That sounds like a wonderful village that Rock C was raised in.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

You have the quiet charm of a small town, the beauty of unspoiled nature framed with gentle trees and all you have to do is hop in the car and take a scenic drive and you’re in the big city of Chattanooga to enjoy the bright lights, great restaurants and wonderful shopping.

It’s not common when an Indie wrestler with so much talent and abilities decides to scale it back and wrestle close to home.

“Family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.”…. David Ogden Stiers

When asked what her most important goal in life is, Rock C replied, to be a good mother.

Along the way she’s become a great wrestler too.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.