She had a brief wrestling career that started in late-1999 in World Championship Wrestling as one of the nWo girls. She was among several other fitness models who came to ringside with the nWo. She soon left the nWo to become a backstage interviewer, but that was also short lived. She then became "Major Gunns" and joined the Misfits In Action stable led by General Rection. Her most notable feuds were with The Filthy Animals' manager Tygress and Miss Hancock (Stacy Keibler). Gunns defeated Hancock at New Blood Rising in a mud match.
On November 12, 2000, Major Gunns betrayed the Misfits and joined Team Canada by throwing a towel in on behalf of Rection, costing him the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship against Lance Storm.
She spent some time in Lance Storm's Team Canada where Storm would not allow her to show off her body like the Misfits did.
She eventually turned heel and stayed with the group over returning to The Misfits. Storm and Gunns went on to feud with The Cat and his valet Miss Jones. She was also featured in the WCW Backstage Assault video game. It was during this period of time with Team Canada that Gene Okerlund famously offered her "to fly that Canadian flag on another pole, if you get my drift."
She was released by WCW in February 2001 before it was sold to the WWF and went to Xtreme Pro Wrestling in California.
In XPW, she became the valet for Sandman and feuded heavily with Lizzy Borden.
In 2004, Tylene Buck was featured in the controversial wrestling documentary "101 Reasons Not To Be A Pro-Wrestler." Since December 2005, Tylene Buck is now doing adult films for Seymore Butts' Lighthouse Talent Agency.