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Real Name: Cassandra MacIntosh
Ring Name: Peyton Royce
DOB: November 10th, 1992
WWE Debut: May 15, 2015
Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
Mini Bio: She is known for her work in the Australian independent wrestling promotions including Professional Wrestling Alliance, New Horizons Pro Wrestling, Melbourne City Wrestling, Riot City Wrestling and WRESTLE RAMPAGE. Cassidy has also worked for American professional wrestling promotions SHINE Wrestling and SHIMMER Women Athletes. She is currently signed to WWE under the ring name Peyton Royce, performing on the SmackDown brand. MORE

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Cassie McIntosh is an Australian professional wrestler and model currently signed to WWE, where she performs in its developmental territory WWE NXT under the ring name Peyton Royce. She previously worked on the independent circuit under the name KC Cassidy.

McIntosh was born in Sydney, New South Wales and later moved to Melbourne, Victoria, and then Calgary, Alberta, Canada in order to train with Lance Storm. Prior to her training, McIntosh excelled in dance. She also attended the same high school as fellow wrestler Jessie McKay. McIntosh began watching wrestling at the age of 9 and cites Eddie Guerrero as her inspiration.

Independent circuit (2009‚Äď2015)

In 2009, on February 28, McIntosh made her professional wrestling debut in Pro Wrestling Women’s Alliance as KC Cassidy, teaming with Robbie Eagles in a mixed tag team match, defeating Madison Eagles and Mike Valuable. For the next year in the promotion, Cassidy traded victories with Jessie McKay in singles matches, including a loss in a PWWA championship match. On January 7, 2011, she unsuccessfully challenged Madison Eagles for the championship. Cassidy made two appearances for the American all-female promotion Shimmer Women Athletes, as a tag team partner for Bambi Hall. Cassidy was originally the scheduled opponent for Su Yung at a Shine Wrestling event in Ybor City, Florida, but instead became the replacement opponent for Rhia O’Reilly. She also appeared for promotions Pro Wrestling Alliance Australia, New Horizons Pro Wrestling, Melbourne City Wrestling and River City Wrestling.

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NXT (2015‚Äď2018)

McIntosh received a tryout with¬†WWE¬†during their tour of Australia in August 2014. On 13 April 2015, WWE announced McIntosh as part of a new class of¬†NXT¬†trainees.¬†She made her televised in‚Äďring debut on the 15 May episode of¬†NXT, using the KC Cassidy name in a loss to the¬†NXT Women’s ChampionSasha Banks.¬†On the 22 July episode of¬†NXT, McIntosh competed as Cassie in a match against¬†Eva Marie, in which she was defeated. On 7 August, she was given the new ring name¬†Peyton Royce.¬†After competing in most of her matches at¬†NXT¬†as a¬†face, Royce competed on her first match as a¬†heel¬†on the 9 December episode of¬†NXT, losing to the¬†NXT Women’s Champion¬†Bayley¬†in a non‚Äďtitle match. On the 13 January 2016 episode of¬†NXT, Royce competed in a number one contender’s battle royal for Bayley’s NXT Women’s Championship, which was won by¬†Carmella.

In October, Royce formed an¬†alliance¬†with¬†Billie Kay, later dubbed The Iconic Duo.¬†The duo subsequently entered a¬†feudwith¬†Liv Morgan,¬†which culminated in a¬†six woman tag team match¬†on the 23 November episode of¬†NXT, in which Morgan,¬†Aliyah, and¬†Ember Moon¬†defeated Royce, Kay, and¬†Daria Berenato. In the end of December, Kay and Royce were placed in a brief feud with the NXT Women’s Champion¬†Asuka¬†after the latter stated there is no competition for her. On 28 January 2017 at¬†NXT TakeOver: San Antonio, Royce competed in a¬†fatal‚Äďfour-way match¬†against Kay,¬†Nikki Cross, and¬†Asuka, in which Royce failed to capture the NXT Women’s Championship. Shortly after that, in the end of February, Royce defeated Ember Moon and Liv Morgan in a triple‚Äďthreat to earn another opportunity at Asuka’s NXT Women’s Championship, which she once again failed to win.

Throughout the year, Royce continued to rack up victories over competitors like¬†Aliyah,¬†Sarah Logan,¬†and¬†Ruby Riot.¬†After defeating Liv Morgan and Nikki Cross in a triple‚Äďthreat, Royce competed in a fatal‚Äďfour-way match for the vacant NXT Women’s Championship at¬†NXT TakeOver: WarGames, but the match was ultimately won by¬†Ember Moon.¬†In December, Royce lost to Moon in a non‚Äďtitle match, which would be her final match for NXT.¬†Royce made her first main roster appearance on 8 April 2018 at¬†WrestleMania 34, competing along with several other NXT superstars in the first¬†WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal¬†at¬†WrestleMania 34¬†where she was eliminated by¬†Sarah Logan.

SmackDown (2018‚Äďpresent)

Royce and Kay, now dubbed¬†The IIconics¬†debuted on the 10 April 2018 episode of¬†SmackDown Live¬†attacking then¬†SmackDown Women’s Champion¬†Charlotte Flair, whilst she was cutting a¬†promo¬†about her match at¬†WrestleMania 34. Two weeks later, Kay and Royce racked up their first victory, as part of the main roster, over¬†Asuka¬†and¬†Becky Lynch.¬†Throughout the next few months, Royce continued to compete in various matches but would be on the losing end.¬†In August, Royce and Kay started their first¬†feud¬†on the main roster, with¬†Naomi, and the two were able to defeat her in singles matches.¬†Eventually, Naomi started teaming with Asuka which led to the announcement of a tag team match between the two teams at the¬†WWE Super Show-Down¬†which¬†The IIconics¬†won.