Cargill was born in Vero Beach, Florida. She attended Sebastian River High School and Vero Beach High School, helping her teams to two basketball district championships. Cargill is a Jacksonville University graduate with a social science degree, where she played basketball, and was named to Atlantic Sun Preseason First Team in her senior year. She also has a certified master's in child psychology.
Professional wrestling career
In April 2019, Cargill attended a tryout at the WWE Performance Center. Subsequently, she began training at AR Fox's WWA4 Academy. Taking advice from wrestling legend Mark Henry, who Cargill described as her "mentor," she went to train at Heath Miller and Richard Borger's Face 2 Face Wrestling School. She then trained at QT Marshall's Nightmare Factory.
All Elite Wrestling (2020–present)
She made her professional wrestling debut with All Elite Wrestling on the November 11, 2020 episode of AEW Dynamite, interrupting Cody Rhodes, and teasing the arrival of Shaquille O'Neal. The next day, AEW President and CEO Tony Khan announced that Cargill had signed a multi-year contract with AEW. On November 18, 2020, Cargill returned to Dynamite and attacked Cody's wife Brandi backstage, wrapping her arm in a chair and stomping on it. On November 20, 2020, Cargill appeared on an episode of AEW’s Unrestricted podcast series, where she thanked Dustin Rhodes and Nightmare Factory trainer QT Marshall for making her AEW debut possible. Cargill also revealed that she was now undergoing more training with Dustin as well.
Cargill has a daughter with her partner, MLB second baseman Brandon Phillips. Cargill has credited late female wrestler Chyna and X-Men character Storm as her inspirations.