|Ring names||Madison Eagles|
|Height||6 ft 0 in. (183 cm)|
|Weight||154 lbs (70 kg)|
|Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Resides||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
Madison Eagles (November 1984) is an Australian female professional wrestler. She has wrestled prominently throughout the Independent circuit in Australia and the United States. She has wrestled for SHIMMER, Heartland Wrestling Association, World Class Extreme Wrestling (WCEW), EGO Pro Wrestling, New England Championship Wrestling (NECW), ACE, Ring of Honor (ROH), Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) and CHIKARA.
She also runs an all female pro wrestling company in Australia called PWWA, and she co-owns PWA and the PWA training school. During her career she has held the IWA Women's Championship four times. Currently, Eagles holds the Shimmer Championship.
In August 2001, Eagles started wrestling training with the International Wrestling Australia (IWA) training school. In December 2001 she debuted in IWA at the age of 17 as a bodyguard for AJ Freely.
In February 2003, Eagles and IWA owner Mark Mercedes went to the United States where Madison took part in an Ohio Valley Wrestling Training camp. She wrestled in such promotions as the USA Pro Wrestling and Cleveland All Pro Wrestling. She is also the founder and owner of the only all women's wrestling company in Australia, the Pro Wrestling Women's Alliance.
Shimmer Women Athletes (2008-present)
Eagles made her debut in Shimmer Women Athletes at Volume 21 teaming up with Jessie McKay as the The Pink Ladies, but they were eliminated in the SHIMMER Tag Team Championship Gauntle Match first by The Canadian Ninjas. They also lost to the Experience, the team of Lexie Fyfe and Malia Hosaka back on Volume 22. On May 3, 2009 she had her first singles match against Sara Del Rey on Volume 23 and her second singles match against Mercedes Martinez on Volume 24, losing both of them.
She returned on Volume 29 where she scored her first victory against Sassy Stephie. Later in the day, as part of Volume 30 she defeated Cheerleader Melissa to become the number one contender for the Shimmer Championship.
- Finishing moves
- Tag teams and stables
Championships and accomplishments
- International Wrestling Australia
- IWA Women's Championship (4 times)
- Shimmer Women Athletes
- Shimmer Championship (1 time, current)
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated