She trained former WWE wrestlers Maven and Nidia.
Jacqueline was a member of the short lived stable in the then WWF, known as PMS (Pretty Mean Sisters) along with Terri Runnels and Ryan Shamrock.
She says her career highlights in wrestling as of 2004 were being the first ever African-American Champ and becoming the Cruiserweight Champ.
Jacqueline considers the Japanese female wrestlers as the best in the business.
The Von Erichs were her favorite wrestlers while growing up.
She has had a prominent role as a manager/valet for many wrestlers in her career.
Booker T (WCW)
Marc Mero (WWF)
Stevie Ray (WCW)
Kevin Sullivan (WCW)
Mark Henry (WWF)
James Storm (TNA)
Jacqueline's finishers/signature moves are all variations of DDTs.
She likes to use these:
She holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in TaeKwonDo.
She has gone under many aliases in her career. These are the most famous ones:
Ms. Jackie Moore
Sweet Georgia Brown
She was trained by wrestling legend Skandor Akbar.
Jacqueline has held the USWA Women's Heavyweight Championship 14 times.
During her Street Fight match against Gail Kim on TNA iMPACT!, she had two of her front teeth knocked out.
She made her pro-debut in 1989 as a part of WCCW.
She made her TNA iMPACT! debut on January 18th, 2007 with James Storm as his valet.
Jacqueline is now known as "The Pride of Tennessee" Jackie Moore in TNA.
Jaqueline appeared in Sin-Jin Smyth in 2006. It has yet to be released.
In 2004 she was cast in a movie called Knight Fever as a detective.
Former WWE Women's Champion, WWE Cruiserweight Champion and WCW employee, Jacqueline Moore re-debuted in TNA at the PPV Turning Point 2007.