Melody Medeiros - Professional Wrestling Career - Ohio Valley Wrestling - Debut and Gothic Mayhem (2005–2006)

Debut and Gothic Mayhem (2005–2006)

On the April 9, 2005, Medeiros, under the ring name Fuji Cakes, debuted for Ohio Valley Wrestling, where she teamed up with Scarlett in a losing effort to Serena Deeb and Trina. On the November 4, Cakes teamed up with Serena Deeb in a losing effort to Beth Phoenix and Shelly Martinez. Cakes then entered into a brief feud with both Phoenix and Martinez, losing singles matches to both on November 18 and 19, respectively. On March 18, 2006, Cakes teamed up with Deeb in a losing effort to Cherry Pie and Roni Jonah.

On July 26, 2006, Mederios made her televised OVW debut as Melody, losing to Serena Deeb. Soon after her name change, she allied with Jonah and Discord (later renamed to Johnny Punch) to form Gothic Mayhem, a stable of heavy metal punk rockers with Melody and Jonah serving as groupies. Gothic Mayhem teamed up with Jenny Mae in a losing effort to Beth Phoenix, ODB and Venus in a six-woman tag team match. Eventually the group was joined by Pat Buck, who formed a tag team with Punch, as well as Tony Braddock, who served as their enforcer.

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