Lindsay Miller (born January 15, 1987) is a Canadian professional wrestler better known by her ring name Nicole Matthews.
Matthews regularly wrestles for Shimmer Women Athletes and Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling among other independent promotions.
She regularly teamed with fellow Canadian wrestler the now retired Portia Perez as the Canadian NINJAs, and the pair former two-time Shimmer Tag Team Champions.
Matthews has wrestled in both Australia and Japan. In Australia she faced competitors including Madison Eagles and Jessie McKay in Pro Wrestling Women’s Alliance.
She toured Japan with her Canadian NINJAs partner Portia Perez, with the duo facing opponents including Hiroyo Matsumoto and Saya.
On July 30, 2018, WWE announced that Matthews would compete in the 2018 Mae Young Classic tournament.
Matthews played volleyball and swam in high school.
She attends Simon Fraser University, where she is studying kinesiology part-time.
She previously taught swimming and worked as a lifeguard, before becoming a full-time Aquatic Program Supervisor.
Matthews was originally convinced to try a career in professional wrestling by her friend, male wrestler Sid Sylum.
She made her professional wrestling debut in February 2006 alongside fellow trainee Veronika Vice.
In March and September 2006, Matthews began wrestling for SuperGirls Wrestling, part of NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling.
On October 27, 2007, she defeated Nattie Neidhart and Vice in a three-way match for the SuperGirls Championship.
Matthews sent a demo tape to Shimmer Women Athletes in December 2006, but was not signed to the promotion.