She got her start in the wrestling world in early 1999 when she went on an audition for a part as a comic book model held at Ultimate Pro Wrestling, and was encouraged by the owner of UPW Rick Bassman to give wrestling a try. Mower accepted his offer and began training at UPW’s Ultimate University in Huntington Beach, California. She was considered a fast learner and soon became a regular performer at UPW shows.
Wrestling under the name Carnadge, she soon established herself as one of the leading female wrestlers in Ultimate Pro Wrestling among other independent promotions facing Nikki Roxx and April Hunter. During the summer of 1999, WWF talent scouts came to UPW to assess the talent there, and Mower impressed them enough to sign her to a developmental deal on August 31, 1999. She continued training with UPW and working shows with them until WWF came up with a gimmick for her.
World Wrestling Federation/World Wrestling Entertainment (2000)
In early 2000, she was given a psycho fitness instructor “Muffy Mower” gimmick by the WWF. Although it was originally intended for Mower to debut with Trish Stratus, Mower was introduced separately and would come out before live WWF events for some non-televised promo’s where she would insult the audience members, calling them fat and telling them that they needed to get in shape. In April 2000, she briefly made her television debut on SmackDown! as Stephanie McMahon’s personal trainer, but after two appearances the gimmick was shelved, and Mower returned to UPW. In September 2000, she was released from her WWF contract due to them not being able to come up with another gimmick for her. In September 2002, she would also make a guest appearance on Battle Dome, winning the first all-woman competition.
Although she continued wrestling part time for UPW for a few years afterwards, she began appearing in the television series Malcolm in the Middle, Strong Medicine, According to Jim, Birds of Prey, Without a Trace, Leap of Faith, and Firefly as well as The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, Artificial Intelligence: A.I., and Identity before retiring to pursue her stunt career full time. See more.