Professional wrestling career
Early career (2016–2019)
Hartwell made her in-ring debut in 2016, wrestling in her home country of Australia across several promotions. Her matches on the Australian circuit included Riot City Wrestling, Newcastle Pro Wrestling and Battle Championship Wrestling. She became the Women's Champion in all three promotions. Hartwell also became the Women's Champion in Australia's World Series Wrestling promotion, after defeating future Impact Wrestling Knockout Jordynne Grace at the WSW International Assault Zero Fear event.
American promotions (2017–2020)
Hartwell began wrestling internationally in America, beginning in 2017. Her appearances included matches for SHIMMER Women Athletes, where her first match was against future Impact Wrestling Knockout Tessa Blanchard. She also wrestled in RISE, WrestleCon, Zelo Pro Wrestling, and WWE Hall of Famer Booker T's Reality Of Wrestling among many others.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) (2019–present)
It was reported as early as September 13, 2019, Hartwell signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). She wrestled her first match during a 7 November NXT Live event under the ring name Samantha De Martin. At that event, she teamed with Reina Gonzalez in a tag match lost to Jessi Kamea & Santana Garrett. The following month she wrestled her first singles match during the 5 December NXT Live event, against Vanessa Borne.
Returning to her name Indi Hartwell, she made her television debut in 2020 on the 15 January episode of NXT competing in a Number One Contendership Battle Royal for the NXT Women's Championship. Four months later, Hartwell returned on the 13 May episode of NXT, losing to Tegan Nox.
- Slingshot Rocket Kick
- Signature moves
- Hammerlock DDT
- Swinging Sidewalk Slam
- Short Clothesline
- Entrance Music
- Managers and valets
- Teams and stables