Traci Brooks is a former longtime TNA Knockout who has acted as a villainess for most of her career.
Traci spent her first year in TNA as a villainous valet and feuded with Knockouts such as Trinity and Goldylocks. Her second stint as a villainess began in 2006 when she returned to TNA as the business manager to Robert Roode. Simply known as "Ms. Brooks," Traci engaged in an interesting feud with Eric Young, which included losing to Young in a bikini contest. She would later seduce Young into signing a contract with "Robert Roode, Inc.," and she and Roode basically bullied Young. Traci also feuded with Gail Kim for a brief period of time. Traci's heel role came to an end when she was continuously on the receiving end of verbal abuse from Roode and was eventually fired.
Traci returned to TNA in 2009 and served as a referee in a Knockouts Battle Royal, where the winner would receive $50K and a spot with the Main Event Mafia. At the end of the match, Traci turned into a villainess and won the match herself to join the faction. After her heel turn, Traci blasted TNA for not calling her while she was on her hiatus and proudly deemed herself as property of the MEM. Traci engaged in feuds with Knockouts such as Taylor Wilde and Christy Hemme, which included a "Battle of the Playboy Covergirls" match between Traci and Christy. After Christy won, the evil Traci attacked her in the ring. The MEM disbanded in October 2009, ending Traci's villainous role.
As a villainess, Traci was devious, conniving, manipulative, and self-serving. As shown in her attack towards Christy Hemme, Traci also considered herself the center of attention at times.