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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 (10 November 1992) is an Australianprofessional wrestler currently signed to WWE under the ring namePeyton Royce, performing on the SmackDown brand.

In February 2009, McIntosh made her professional wrestling debut at¬†Pro Wrestling Women’s Alliance¬†(PWWA) as¬†KC Cassidy, and would compete on the¬†independent circuit¬†with multiple promotions for several years, becoming a one-time PWA Women’s Champion, and winning the¬†Vera and Jenny Memorial Cup¬†in support of breast cancer. McIntosh signed a contract with¬†WWE¬†in 2015, and was assigned to WWE’s¬†NXT¬†in¬†Orlando, Florida.

Professional Wrestling Alliance (2009-2013)
Cassidy trained under the instructions of Lance Storm. She debuted for Professional Wrestling Alliance on February 28, at PWA Only The Strong, teaming with Robbie Eagles in defeating Madison Eagles & Mike Valuable. On March 7 at PWA Wrestlepalooza 2009, she lost to Jessie McKay. She met McKay one year later on March 5, at PWA Only The Strong 2010, for the PWWA Women’s Championship, in a match won by McKay. At PWA Theory Of Revolution on June 4, she teamed with Madison Eagles to defeat Jessie McKay & Kellie Skater. On July 2, at PWA Payback IV, Cassidy and Eagles teamed with Shazza McKenzie to face Harley Wonderland, Jessie McKay & Kellie Skater in a six-women tag match that ended in no contest. Three months later on October 1, Cassidy defeated Harley Wonderland at PWA Red October. On November 5, Cassidy won a singles match against on Night 1 of PWA King Of The New School Tournament 2010 Night 1. She beat McKay for the second straight time on Night 2 of PWA King Of The New School Tournament 2010. At PWA Unwritten Law on January 7, 2011, Cassidy lost to Madison Eagles in a title match for the PWA Women’s Championship. She went on to defeat McKay at PWA Untitled on March 4. At PWA The Art Of War, on April 1, Cassidy defeated Bombshell Bo. On May 6, at PWA Street Fight, Cassidy triumphed over frequent rival Jessie McKay. Cassidy and Jessie McKay would meet in three-way competition against Bombshell Bo at PWA Showdown, with McKay walking away with the victory. On July 8 at PWA Call To Arms 2011, Cassidy teamed with Matt Bailey in a mixed tag match losing against Jessie McKay & Robbie Eagles. At PWA Worlds Ablaze Cassidy & Madison Eagles lost to Jessie McKay & Shazza McKenzie. Three months later, at PWA King Of The New School 2011 – Night 1, Cassidy lost to Shazza McKenzie. Cassidy returned to PWA in October, winning against TJ Star at PWWA Evie Vs. Skater III on October 6, 2012. She returned to PWA a half year later on June 1, 2013 at PWA Wreck-It Ryan, defeating Jessie McKay. On August 3, Cassidy defeated Toni Storm at PWWA Champions United. At PWA A League Of Her Own Cassidy lost to Shazza McKenzie, marking her final match for PWA.

Melbourne City Wrestling (2011-2014)
Cassidy debuted on June 20, 2011 at MCW Pick Your Poison. At this event, she defeated Tenille Tayla, Eliza Sway & Shazza McKenzie. On October 22, at MCW Wrestle Clash Cassidy defeated Shazza McKenzie. On February 24, 2012 at MCW Silva Vs. Slex II, Cassidy lost to Sway. On March 30, Cassidy defeated Savannah Summers at MCW Tension Rising. At MCW At The Dragonfly – Night 1 on April 27, Cassidy defeated Kellie Skater. At MCW Return Of The RyRo, Cassidy lost to Savannah Summers. On September 28, at MCW Grand Final Eve Showdown 2 Cassidy defeated Miami. At MCW At The Dragonfly – Night 2, Cassidy defeated Miami once more. On November 16, Cassidy avenged her previous defeat against Savannah Summers, with a victory at MCW Worlds Collide. On February 22, 2013, at MCW Uprising, Cassidy teamed with Mr. Juicy defeated Andrew Phoenix & Zoe O’Neill. On April 13, Cassidy defeated Eliza Sway and Savannah Summers in a three-way match at MCW Clash Of The Titans. On May 11, Cassidy took part in a mixed 20-member Battle Royal won by Carlo Cannon at MCW Ballroom Brawl. Later at that same event, Cassidy teamed with Mr. Juicy to defeat Sean Kustom & Shazza McKenzie. On July 13, Cassidy & Mr. Juicy teamed again in a winning mixed tag match against Johnny Barnes & Siren Monroe MCW Fight To Survive. On August 10, Cassidy & Mr. Juicy teamed in a losing tag match against Elliot Sexton & Kellie Skater MCW Winter Warfare. On October 5, at MCW Third Year Extravaganza, Cassidy defeated Kellie Skater. At MCW Final Battle on November 30, Cassidy defeated Siren Monroe. On February 22, 2014 at MCW Vendetta, Cassidy, The Cremator & Tommy Hellfire lost to Hard Way Inc. (Jay Andrews & Mike Burr) & Miami in a six-member tag team match. Four months later, on June 14, at MCW New Horizons, Miami defeated Cassidy. At MCW Fight To Survive on August 30, Cassidy and Kelly Anne wrestled to a no-contest finish. On September 11 at MCW NEXTmania, Cassidy defeated Siren Monroe. At MCW Fourth Anniversary Extravaganza, Cassidy won a three-way match against Miami and Toni Storm. On November 23, 2014 at MCW Fight For A Cause, Cassidy again beat Miami, this time during a First Round match in a Jenny & Vera Memorial Cup Tournament. She later on won three-way Cup final against Evie and Toni Storm. She finished out 2014 in MCW with a victory over Madison Eagles at MCW Final Battle 2014.

New Horizons Pro Wrestling (2011)
On November 25, Cassidy debuted at NHPW Final Chapter – Night 1 teaming with Percy T in a losing match against Chris Vice & Sara Del Rey. On November 26 at NHPW Final Chapter – Night 2, Cassidy lost a Number 1 Contender Match for the IndyGurlz Australia Championship, losing to Del Ray.

Riot City Wrestling (2012)
At RCW Megaslam – Night 1 on March 16, Cassidy lost to Savannah Summers.

Wrestle Rampage (2013-2014)
On March 23, Cassidy again lost to Savannah Summers, at ZERO1 Australia Zero Tolerance event. She came back from defeat later that year in November at ZERO1 Australia Wrestle Rampage II, winning her singles match against Jessie McKay. On August 1, 2014 at WR Fallout, it was McKay who picked up a victory over Cassidy.

SHIMMER (2014)
At SHIMMER Women Athletes Vol. 67 Cassidy teamed with Bambi Hall in a losing tag team match against The Kimber Bombs (Cherry Bomb & Kimber Lee). At SHIMMER Vol. 70 both Cassidy and Hall would suffer a second lost this time to the team of Allysin Kay & Taylor Made.

SHINE Wrestling (2014)
At SHINE 22, Cassidy lost to Rhia O’Reilly.

World Wrestling Entertainment (2015-Present)

NXT (2015-2018)

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 Champion¬†Sasha 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 on¬†NXTas 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-title 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 as¬†The Iconic Duo. The duo subsequently entered a¬†feud¬†with¬†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. On¬†11 October¬†Peyton Royce defeated Liv Morgan and Nikki Cross to enter a fatal four-way match for the NXT Women’s Championship at¬†NXT TakeOver: WarGames, which was won by¬†Ember Moon. Royce made her first main roster appearance on 8 April 2018 at¬†WrestleMania 34, competing along with several other NXT superstars as a part of the WrestleMania Women‚Äôs Battle Royal where she was eliminated by the Riott Squad’s¬†Sarah Logan. That month proved to be Royce’s final month in NXT after she and Billie Kay wrestled a tag match during the¬†21 April¬†NXT¬†house show.

SmackDown (2018‚Äďpresent)

Royce and Kay, now dubbed¬†The IIconics¬†debuted on the¬†10 April episode of¬†SmackDown¬†and attacked¬†SmackDown Women’s Champion¬†Charlotte Flair¬†after she cut a promo about her match at¬†WrestleMania 34. The IIconics wrestled and won their first match during the¬†24 April episode of¬†SmackDown, defeating¬†Asuka¬†&¬†Becky Lynch. They returned the following month during the¬†1 May episode of SmackDown, teaming with¬†Carmella¬†in a tag match lost to¬†Asuka,¬†Becky Lynch¬†&¬†Charlotte Flair. The IIconics returned the following month on the¬†June 12 episode of¬†SmackDown, teaming with¬†Carmella,¬†Mandy Rose¬†and¬†Sonya Deville¬†in a tag match lost to¬†Asuka,¬†Becky Lynch,¬†Charlotte Flair,¬†Lana¬†&¬†Naomi. The team later returned on the¬†10 July episode of¬†SmackDown¬†in a dark tag match lost to¬†Becky Lynch¬†&¬†Naomi.

The IIconics returned on the 7 August episode of SmackDown, where they lost a tag match to Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair. After meeting likes of Lynch, Flair and Asuka in a series of tag matches during house shows, Royce returned on the 21 August episode of SmackDown, where she won her first singles match, defeating Naomi. During the 4 September episode of Smackdown, Royce lost to Naomi in a rematch. Royce returned on the 2 October episode of Smackdown in her third singles match, losing to Asuka. On 6 October at WWE Super Show-Down, The IIconics defeated Asuka & Naomi in a tag match. On 21 October at the WWE Supershow, The IIconics teamed with Becky Lynch in a tag match lost to Asuka, Carmella & Charlotte Flair. On 28 October, Royce wrestled in the first annual Evolution pay-per-view in a 20-Women Battle Royal eventually won by Nia Jax.