Gabrielle Alon Tuft was born on November 1,1978 and is an American TikToker and retired professional wrestler.
21 Facts About Gabbi Tuft
Gabbi Tuft is best known for her time with WWE under the ring name Tyler Reks.
Gabbi Tuft competed in WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling, where she won the FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship once and the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship twice, once with Joe Hennig and once with Johnny Curtis.
Gabbi Tuft launched a fitness website with several other wrestlers.
Gabbi Tuft publicly came out as a trans woman in February 2021.
Gabbi Tuft was born on November 1,1978, in San Francisco, California.
Gabbi Tuft was staffed at the City of Dana Point as an extension of staff and was in charge of the Public Works Permitting Department.
Gabbi Tuft made her professional debut in February 2007 for Ultimate Pro Wrestling.
Gabbi Tuft was signed to a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment in January 2008 and was assigned to the Florida Championship Wrestling territory as Tyler Reks.
Gabbi Tuft made her FCW debut on February 5,2008, with Johnny Curtis in a losing effort against Eric Perez and Eddie Colon.
Gabbi Tuft participated in a FCW Florida Heavyweight Title Battle Royal which was won by Jake Hager.
Gabbi Tuft took part in the FCW Florida Tag Team Title Tournament with Rycklon.
Gabbi Tuft then had two chances at the FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship against the current champion Jake Hager; first in a one on one match and then in a triple threat match along with Johnny Curtis.
Gabbi Tuft then went on to have another two FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship shots against Sheamus O'Shaunessy and lost both times.
Gabbi Tuft won FCW Florida Heavyweight Title No 1 Contendership match and on June 11,2009, she captured the Florida Heavyweight Championship by defeating Drew McIntyre.
Gabbi Tuft later lost to Slater again during her rematch for the title.
Gabbi Tuft lost to Joe Hennig in a FCW Florida Heavyweight Title No 1 Contendership match and lost a FCW Florida Heavyweight Title No 1 Contendership battle royal.
Gabbi Tuft would begin a brief hiatus from television starting in November 2009 and began mainly working dark matches and house shows for both SmackDown and Raw and FCW matches.
Gabbi Tuft's last in-ring television performance for five months would be beating JTG on Superstars.
Gabbi Tuft has been married to her wife, Priscilla since July 2002.
On February 4,2021, Gabbi Tuft came out as a trans woman.