Debuted as Dulce Poly in FILL and went to AAA in 2007. In 2009, became the only Mexican woman to be a member of La Legión Extranjera, but was cut from the group and buried after travelling to try out for WWE's FCW territory (she failed, as WWE officials judged her to be a subpar wrestler and not pretty enough while unmasked). She would eventually return, by which time the group had been subsumed into La Sociedad. Had runs with the AAA Reina de Reinas title and the AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship, and was never beaten for either (thanks to her pregnancy, and her first retirement, respectively). Also appeared in Lucha Underground, where she was one of the most popular Mexican stars there.
Briefly retired in 2016 to pursue a boxing career (she has an overall record of 5-0, 1 KO). She returned to AAA in 2017, but was fired after an infamous moment where she legitimately attempted to break Rosemary's arm with an armbar. Her career since then has been largely ignominous, with her largest stage being received in Nacion Lucha Libre run by fellow industry pariah El Patrón Alberto.
Luchas de apuestas record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|2007/??/??]]||mask||Dulce Poly||Mistika||Arena Coliseo Monterrey|
|2009/12/11||hair||Sexy Star||Faby Apache||Centro de Convenciones, Madero|
|2012/03/18||hair||Sexy Star||Pimpinela Escarlata||Auditorio Benito Juarez- Zapopan, Jalisco|
|2015/02/07||mask||Sexy Star||Super Fly||Lucha Underground Temple- Los Angeles, California|
|2016/06.11||mask||Sexy Star||Veneno||Lucha Underground Temple- Los Angeles, California|
- ↑ Cage match w/El Elegido, Alan Stone, Aerostar, Pasion Kristal, Yuriko, Mascarita Dorada, Octagoncito, Mini Histeria, Fabi Apache & La Hechicera
- ↑ Super Fly already lost his mask in AAA but was wrestling masked in Lucha Underground
- ↑ seemed to be taped as a countout win, then edited to a non-contest but Veneno was unmasked anyway. Unclear if this should count (and it didn't mean much either way)