Lady Frost surprised many fans when she announced that she would be leaving IMPACT Wrestling after a short time with the promotion. She officially became a Knockout at the end of 2021 and by April she had taken a hiatus with an injury and would not make her return.
While speaking with Candace Cordelia on Face Turn, Frost opened up about her struggles with mental health and feeling “deflated” and “brokenhearted” and had the thought of quitting wrestling. She speaks about returning to indie events and isn’t sure what the future will hold for her career.
“I have no idea what’s next. Honestly, I think — I will be very candid. I’m one that’s open about mental health and I think being happy comes first because if you don’t have you, you have nothing. There is no wrestling, there’s no dogs and a pool and I know that I… I definitely struggle and I think happiness comes first and I was in a place where I was not happy mentally, so I am choosing to kind of put myself first, and honestly, I thought I was just gonna quit wrestling because I was just deflated, a little brokenhearted I think and it wasn’t until this weekend — it always happens — you have a great match or a great crowd and a great little girl and you’re fulfilled again and you understand why we love this so much but I feel like so much was taken away from me personally that I wasn’t sure what my place was gonna be, I wasn’t sure if, I don’t know.
I was heartbroken, really, but I did have a great weekend. I had two great shows and I love it, I love wrestling, that’s it. I know that and I hate it sometimes. I think we all go through that. I’m very honest about that too. Not everything is great forever, it’s a lie. If you see that, it’s a lie. So yeah, I don’t know what’s next. I know I love my fans, I love performing, performing is everything so we’ll see. I have no idea what’s next.” (POST Wrestling)
During her time with IMPACT she participated in the first-ever Knockouts Ultimate X match and feuded with Gisele Shaw and went after the Digital Media Title that was held by Jordynne Grace at the time.
Frost most recently posted that she trademarked her ring name.