AEW is a professional wrestling promotion based in the United States. This article consists of all male wrestlers, female wrestlers, commentators, ring announcers, interviewers, referees, and trainers. We will keep updating the information on this article as and when required.
AEW Male Wrestlers
1. “Hangman” Adam Page:
(AEW World Tag Team Champion) “Hangman” Adam Page was born on July 27, 1991. He has wrestled for ROH, NJPW, and PWG in the past. Showing up on the AEW Rally in Jacksonville, he was the first one to show his interest in winning the company’s world championship. He wrestled Chris Jericho in the main event of the All Out PPV in August to crown the inaugural AEW World Champion but ended up on the losing side. His Cowboy gimmick was criticized initially, but adding the ‘drunk man’ shtick has helped the Elite member improve his character and get over with the crowd.
(Real name Stevie Woltz)
2. Chris Jericho:
Chris Jericho was born on 9 November 1970. Jericho has wrestled in many promotions including WWE, and NJPW. Being a WWE legend and a successful musician was not able to satiate his hunger, leading to him fighting a few matches for NJPW and creating the Painmaker gimmick. His appearance at the AEW Rally was a real shock for many. Jericho was the first-ever AEW World Champion and enjoyed a 182-day reign, losing the title to Jon Moxley at AEW’s Revolution PPV. Jericho is possibly the first-ever World Champion to come out to the theme song made by him, with the show taking place on his cruise! If that doesn’t define greatness, I don’t know what does.
(Real name: Christopher Keith Irvine)
3. Christopher Daniels:
(Coach and Head of talent relations) Daniels was born on March 24, 1970. Best known for his work in TNA and ROH, he is currently signed with All Elite Wrestling, where he is a member of the SoCal Uncensored (SCU), a stable which was the first-ever AEW World Tag Team Champion. They lost the Tag titles to Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page at the special episode of Dynamite emanating from Chris Jericho’s Rock N Wrestling Rager at Sea.
(Real name: Daniel Christopher Covell)
(Executive vice president) AEW might not even have been in existence right now had it not been for Tony Khan (for obvious reasons) and this man. A tweet regarding whether ROH could ever sell out an arena with 10K+ fans garnered the response “Not any time soon” from wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer. The former Stardust, who was released from WWE in 2016 and was slowly rebuilding himself through his work in ROH, Impact, and NJPW noticed Dave’s tweet and responded with “I’ll take that bet, Dave”, leading to All In, the first non-WWE wrestling event to have sold 10K+ tickets in the United States since 1993. As we know, the rest is history.
(Real Name: Cody Garrett Runnels Rhodes)
5. Frankie Kazarian
He was born on August 4, 1977. Currently signed with All Elite Wrestling, Kazarian is a former WWE, TNA, and ROH wrestler. He is a member of the SCU stable in AEW.
(Real Name: Frank Benedict Gerdelman)
6. “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela
Janela was born on 4 July 1989. He wrestled twelve years from 2006 until 2018 as a free agent in independent circuits across various wrestling companies. He is known for his work with promotions such as GameChanger Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Combat Zone Wrestling, and Major League Wrestling. Joey Janela was one of the first signees in AEW and rose to fame from his unsanctioned match against Jon Moxley at AEW’s Fyter Fest PPV and has been a regular fixture of AEW’s programming since then.
(Real Name: Joseph Janela)
7. Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson (The Young Bucks)
(Executive vice presidents) The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) are possibly the hottest tag team in not only AEW but the world of pro wrestling. These two also serve as executive vice presidents of All Elite Wrestling, apart from being in-ring talents. They have also worked in WWE, ROH, TNA and, NJPW. The duo is admired by fans all over the world for their athletic ring work.
(Real Name: Matthew and Nicholas Massie)
8. MJF – Maxwell Jacob Friedman
Born on 15 March 1996, Maxwell Jacob Friedman is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name MJF. He was known for his work in Combat Zone and Major League Wrestling, before making his way to All Elite. Since then, his incredible promo work has led to him becoming one of the most hated heels in the business, that too at a young age of 24!
(Real Name: Maxwell T. Friedman)
He was born on 22 August 1986. The former Neville was making waves in WWE with his athletic in-ring style before revitalizing the cruiserweight division as a heel. However, booking issues led to him leaving the company in August 2018. He returned to Dragon Gate and joined the villainous R.E.D. stable, before winning the Open the Dream Gate Championship. Signing with All Elite in January 2019, he currently leads a stable known as the Death Triangle, which also consists of Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix.
(Real name: Benjamin Satterley)
10. Scorpio Sky
Scorpio Sky was born on 2 April 1983. He has been a Mixed Martial Artist too, fighting last in 2015. In the past, he has worked with WWE, NJPW, TNA, and ROH, where he teamed up with Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels to form SoCal Uncensored. After having a good enough reign as the inaugural AEW World Tag Tag Team Champions, the group looks poised to elevate the standard of tag team wrestling in AEW.
(Real name: Schuyler Andrews)
11. Billy Gunn
(Coach) Born on November 1, 1963, Billy Gunn is a WWE Hall of Famer, mostly known for his run as a member of the D-Generation X and the New Age Outlaws. He also served as a trainer for WWE’s NXT brand before joining All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as a producer. He occasionally wrestles alongside his son Austin, calling their team The Gunn Club.
(Real Name: Monty “Kip” Sopp)
12. Jungle Boy
Born in 1997, Jungle Boy paid his dues on the independent circuit and is now an integral part of All Elite Wrestling. Even at the young age of 22, his performances are on par with his veteran counterparts, and one can expect him to become one of the fastest rising stars of the company soon.
(Real Name: Jack Perry)
Also known as Rey Fénix and King Phoenix, he currently serves as one-third of the villainous stable Death Triangle. Making his name in Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide and IMPACT Wrestling, he looks poised to take over AEW.
(Real Name: Though the real names of Luchadors are kept a secret, we believe his real name is Fenis)
14. Pentagon Jr
A former Impact World Champion, Impact World Tag Team Champion, AAA Latin American champion, and currently under his third reign as the AAA World Tag Team champion with brother Rey Fénix, these accomplishments are more than enough to justify his talent. Working with Fénix as Lucha Bros, the duo never seemed to have found their footing in AEW. However, after being paired up with PAC as the Death Triangle, one can expect bright things for the veteran luchador.
(Real Name: Unknown)
15. Jimmy Havoc
Born on 19 March 1984, Havoc is an English professional wrestler, best known for his hardcore in-ring style. Famous for his work in Combat and Major League Wrestling, Havoc’s triple threat bout against Darby Allin and Joey Janela from 2019’s All Out PPV is one that the fans will remember for a long time.
(Real Name: James Mcahrenis)
16. Sonny Kiss
Also known as XO Lishus and Exolicious, Sonny Kiss is an American professional wrestler, dancer, and a manager. In February 2019, it was announced that Kiss has signed with All Elite Wrestling at the Double or Nothing Ticket Party in Las Vegas, NV.
(Real Name: Not known)
17. Sammy Guevara
Born on 28 July 1993, Sammy Guevara is one of the youngest members signed to All Elite Wrestling. Currently working for AEW, DDT Pro Wrestling, and Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA), he is also a member of Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle stable. He is also one of the best wrestlers in AEW. Given his success at the young age of 26, one can only expect bigger and better things for the Spanish God.
(Real Name: Same as ring name)
18. Chuckie T
Better known by the ring name Chuck Taylor, Chuckie T is also known for his work in Ring of Honor (ROH) and New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). On 7 February 2019, Taylor appeared at an All Elite Wrestling (AEW) rally in Las Vegas and is one-half of Best Friends, one of AEW’s top tag teams.
(Real name: Dustin Lee Howard)
19. Trent Berreta
Born on March 30, 1987, Trent is one-half of the Best Friends, one of AEW’s top tag teams. Under the ring name Beretta, he is best known for his work for Ring of Honor (ROH) and New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), where he is a former four-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion.
(Real name: Greg Marasciulo)
20. Kenny Omega
(AEW World Tag Team Champion & Executive vice president) One of the top 10 AEW wrestlers, Omega was the hottest free agent in pro-wrestling when he signed up for AEW, both as an in-ring talent and as an Executive Vice President. Apart from delivering at the highest level day in and day out, Omega is also responsible for shaping up AEW’s Women’s division behind the scenes.
(Real Name: Tyson Smith)
21. Brandon Cutler
(Executive content producer) Going by the nickname Sexy, Brandon Cutler currently serves as not only an in-ring talent but an Executive Content Producer as well. Primarily known for his work in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and Empire Wrestling Federation, Cutler has worked for several independent promotions.
22. Kip Sabian
Born on 19 May 1992 and billed as Superbad, Sabian began his pro wrestling career with the World Association of Wrestling. He competed throughout England and Europe, capturing various titles including the IPW. In 2018, he debuted for Ring of Honor before signing with AEW in 2019. Sabian made his AEW debut at Double Or Nothing, where he defeated Sammy Guevara in AEW’s first-ever singles match.
(Real name: Simon James Kippen)
23. Michael Nakazawa
Debuting at AEW’s event Double Or Nothing PPV, Nakazawa was part of the 21-man Casino Battle Royale, and he was the first man to be eliminated by Sunny Daze. A judoka as well, Nakazawa has been featured prominently on AEW Dark since his debut.
(Real Name: Shoji Nakazawa)
24. Ace Romero
Currently signed to Impact Wrestling, the 600-pounder (yes, he weighs 600 pounds!) has previously wrestled for All Elite Wrestling (taking part in the 21-Man Casino Battle Royal), Major League Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling, and throughout the American independent scene.
(Real Name: Justin Romero)
(Commentator) Excalibur is a retired American professional wrestler, who is currently serving as AEW’s lead play-by-play commentator. He is also one of the six founders of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.
(Real name: Marc Letzmann)
Born on 13 May 1964, Glacier is an American semi-retired martial artist, professional wrestler, and also an actor. He is best known for his appearances in the now-defunct World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from 1996 to 1999.
(Real Name: Raymond M. Lloyd)
27. Darby Allin
Darby Allin was best known for his appearances in World Wrestling Network and Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide before joining AEW. He wrestled Cody Rhodes at AEW’s Fyter Fest in his AEW debut to a time-limit draw, following which he also contested for Chris Jericho’s AEW Championship on an episode of AEW Dynamite.
(Real Name: Not known, like that of other Luchadors)
28. Brian Pillman Jr
Born on 9 September 1993, Brian currently works for Major League Wrestling (MLW), where he is a part of the New Era Hart Foundation with Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Teddy Hart. The son of professional wrestler Brian Pillman, Brian Pillman Jr. is a second-generation wrestler. He was one of the participants in the Casino battle royal of AEW’s Double or Nothing PPV.
(Real name: Brian Zachary Pillman)
(President of OWE) Born on November 15, 1977, the Japanese wrestler serves as the president of OWE (a company AEW has partnered itself with). As a wrestler, Cima is best known for his work with Dragon Gate, for whom he worked from the promotion’s formation in 2004 up until 2018. In Dragon Gate, he held every championship in the company (including the Open the Triangle Gate Championship a record 12 times).
(Real Name: Nobuhiko Oshima)
30. Dustin Rhodes
(Coach) Born on 11 April 1969, ‘the Natural’ Dustin Rhodes was formerly known as Goldust. Best known for his multiple tenures with WWE from 1995 to 2019, he is currently signed to AEW as a coach and occasional wrestler. He is the son of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes and the half-brother of fellow wrestler Cody Rhodes.
(Real name: Dustin Patrick Runnels)
31. Peter Avalon
On the 22 April 2019 episode of Being The Elite, it was announced that Avalon had signed with AEW. Then at Fyter Fest, he made his AEW debut accompanying fellow librarian Leva Bates in her match, and at AEW’s Fight for the Fallen, he made his AEW in-ring debut, losing to Sonny Kiss.
(Real name: Peter Hernandez)
32. Private Party
Private Party is one of the hottest tag-teams right now in the professional wrestling scene, owing to their alliance with Orange Cassidy. The team of Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen made their AEW debut at Fyter Fest, where they lost to Best Friends in a triple threat tag team match, also involving SoCal Uncensored.
33. Jerry Lynn
(Coach and Producer) A retired professional wrestler, Lynn has worked for WCW, WWF, TNA, ROH, and ECW, and is a former ECW and ROH World Champion. The fact that AEW’s tag team titles have an image of Lynn’s cradle piledriver is enough to prove Lynn’s greatness.
(Real name: Jeremy Lynn)
34. Jack Evans
Jack joined AEW in May 2019, where he united with Angélico to reform Los Güeros del Cielo, now known as The Hybrid2. The team made their debut at AEW’s inaugural pay-per-view event Double or Nothing on May 25, losing to Best Friends. On the 26 November 2019 episode of Dark, Evans unsuccessfully challenged Kenny Omega for the AAA Mega Championship.
(Real name: Jack Edward Miller)
Famous for his work in Lucha Underground as Vibora, he has worked in WWE too, where he wrestled under the ring name Judas Devlin in NXT (no, he was not Jordan Devlin’s storyline brother!). Currently, he serves as one-third of the Jurassic Express stable.
(Real name: Austin Matelson)
36. Shawn Spears
10! 10! 10! Remember? Long before he was the Chairman of AEW, he was making a name for himself as The Perfect 10 Tye Dillinger in NXT. Though his main roster run was nothing special, we expect him to reach his full potential in AEW.
(Real name: Ronnie William Arneill)
37. Jon Moxley (AKA Dean Ambrose)
(AEW World Champion) After having a tremendous run in WWE, that included being one-third of SHIELD, one of the most dominant stables in the wrestling world, their longest reigning US champion, and a Grand Slam champion, the former Dean Ambrose left the wrestling behemoth in April 2019. In a shocking turn of events, the man retransformed himself into Jon Moxley, the hardcore legend, and made an appearance at AEW’s inaugural PPV. After a long battle with The Inner Circle, Moxley was finally able to dethrone Chris Jericho to become the 2nd AEW World Champion.
(Real Name: Jonathan David Good)
38. Evil Uno
Born on 20 July 1987, Evil Uno has been wrestling since he was 14. He is a member of the Dark Order, and after the arrival of their leader, one can expect not only him but the Dark Order as a whole, to be featured prominently.
(Real Name: Nicolas Dansereau)
39. Stu Grayson
Better known by his ring names “Stupefied” and Player Dos, Stu Grayson was born on 25 January 1989. He has previously worked for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and Ring of Honor and currently serves as a member of the Dark Order stable.
(Real name: Marc Dionne)
40. Orange Cassidy
Cassidy made his AEW debut at AEW All Out on August 31, 2019, aligning himself with Best Friends and aiding them against The Dark Order. At AEW Revolution on February 29, 2020, Cassidy made his AEW singles debut, facing PAC in a losing effort. His gimmick (that of a lazy man) has surprisingly worked very well in his favor and is helping him get over the audience.
(Real name: James Cipperly)
41. Marko stunt
Stunt’s performance at the indies was what caught the attention of Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes, leading to Stunt being announced for the Over Budget battle royal at All In’s pre-show. Taking part in the Casino Battle Royal at AEW’s inaugural PPV, Stunt later allied himself with Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus to form the Jurassic Express faction.
(Real Name: Noah Nelms)
Nickname: Funky Monkey
A professional wrestler of Puerto Rican descent, his pairing with Santana goes way back to their indy days, where the duo performed under the name EYFBO. The team rose to prominence in IMPACT wrestling as members of the LAX (Latin American Exchange) stable. Signing with All Elite Wrestling, the duo came to be known as Proud n Powerful and currently serve as members of Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle stable.
Nicknames: The Nasty Assassin, The Real Deal
Rising into prominence from his time in the LAX stable in IMPACT wrestling, his pairing with Ortiz moved over to All Elite Wrestling, where they are featured members of the Inner Circle stable.
(Real name: Mark Sanchez)
44. Jack The Lad aka “Jack Hager”
A former two time World champion in WWE (1 reign each with World Heavyweight and ECW Championship) and an undefeated MMA fighter for Bellator MMA, the former Jack Swagger stunned the world by debuting on AEW’s inaugural Dynamite show and aligning himself with Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle stable. He defeated Dustin Rhodes at AEW’s Revolution PPV in his in-ring debut for the company.
(Real name: Donald Jacob Hager Jr.)
45. Anthony Ogogo
Anthony Ogogo (born 24 November 1988) is an English professional wrestler and former professional boxer currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as their first developmental wrestler. As a boxer, he competed from 2013 to 2016 as a professional and won a bronze medal in the middleweight division at the 2012 Olympics as an amateur.
(Real name: Anthony Osejua Ojo Ogogo)
Nicknames: Mr. Mayhem, Wild Animal
Wardlow made his debut for All Elite Wrestling on the November 13 episode of AEW Dynamite, attacking Cody. He would then ally himself with MJF and become his bodyguard. Wardlow wrestled his AEW debut match on the February 19, 2020 episode of Dynamite, where he lost to Cody in a steel cage match.
(Real name: Michael Wardlow)
47. Jeff Cobb
Jeff Cobb is an American professional wrestler of Filipino descent. He is known for his appearances with promotions including All Elite Wrestling, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, Ring of Honor, Lucha Underground, and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG). He wrestled his AEW debut match on the February 19, 2020 episode of Dynamite, in a losing effort to Moxley.
(Real name: Jeffrey Cobb)
48. Lance Archer
A former NJPW and TNA Impact Wrestler, Archer was in news recently because of the classic ‘Texas Deathmatch’ he had with Jon Moxley at NJPW’s Wrestle Kingdom 14 event. Though he lost the title to Moxley, him jumping over to AEW and having WWE legend Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts as his manager is only a sign of good things that are about to come his way.
(Real name: Lance Hoyt)
49. Dr. Luther
Hailing from Canada, Dr. Luther signed with All Elite Wrestling in late 2019. He made his first TV appearance on the 8 January 2020 edition of Dynamite during an AEW Women’s World Championship match between Riho and Kris Statlander. Luther appeared as the fourth member of the now-defunct Nightmare Collective stable, which consisted of Brandi Rhodes, Awesome Kong, and Mel-Melanie Goranson.
(Real name: Len Olson)
50. Colt Cabana
A former two-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, it was announced in late February 2020 that Colt Cabana has signed with the AEW. He made a surprise appearance at AEW’s Revolution PPV and made his guest commentator debut on the April fools edition of AEW Dynamite in 2020.
(Real name: Scott Colton)
51. Matt Hardy
He had an impressive run with WWE initially, becoming one-half of one of the greatest tag teams in the industry and winning the tag team championships on multiple occasions. A singles-run saw him winning the United States and the ECW Championship, but it was always his younger brother Jeff who as viewed as the bigger star of the two. Eventually, the Hardys moved over to IMPACT wrestling, where Matt created the Broken gimmick and took the world by storm. The rest is history, and we look forward to Matt having a WONDERFUL run in All Elite!
(Real name: Matthew Moore Hardy)
52. Brodie Lee (Luke Harper)
After months and months of teasing, All Elite finally revealed that Brodie Lee was The Exalted One. Lack of opportunities in WWE made the fans believe that the former Luke Harper could never reach his full potential in WWE, and we’re happy to see him leading the villainous Dark Order stable in All Elite. Parodies on Vince McMahon have led to Lee losing a lot of steam, but we expect AEW to turn it around down the line.
(Real name: Jonathan Huber)
53. Brian Cage
Cage is famous for his work in Impact Wrestling, he is a top guy of Impact and also a face wrestler. He has a massive physique, a good look, and the best wrestling skills. Brian Cage signed AEW on January 2020 in Double or nothing Event, but his debut news reveled in 23 May 2020.
(Real name: Brian Christopher Button)
54) Ricky Starks
Ricky Starks is an American professional wrestler currently signed to All Elite Wrestling. He previously was signed to National Wrestling Alliance, where he became the inaugural NWA World Television Champion.
(Real name: Richard Andrew Starks)
AEW Female Wrestlers
Below is an updated list of Woman Wrestlers’ in All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Right now there are 22 women in AEW’s roster.
1. Brandi Rhodes
(Chief brand officer of AEW) Rhodes is the Chief Brand Officer of professional wrestling promotion All Elite Wrestling, where she also serves as an in-ring talent. She previously appeared for WWE as a ring announcer, and briefly competed for Impact Wrestling and Ring of Honor.
(Real name: Brandi Alexis Runnels)
2. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D
Baker is the first female to have signed with AEW. Hailed as Charlotte Flair of AEW, the company unexpectedly turned her face, leading to a not-so-good run for the real-life Dentist. Fortunately, this issue has been taken care of, and Baker is back to her heelish ways. So, expect her to be one of the anchors of AEW’s Women’s division in the coming future.
(Real name: Brittany Bake)
3. Penelope Ford
(Manager of Kip Sabian) Also known for her work in Combat Zone Wrestling, Ford not only serves as Kip Sabian’s manager but an in-ring talent as well.
(Real name: Olivia Hasler)
4. Yuka Sakazaki
Yuka Sakazaki is a Japanese professional wrestler signed to All Elite Wrestling and Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling.
(Real name: Same as in-ring name)
5. Nyla Rose
(AEW Women’s World Champion) In 2019, Nyla Rose became the first transgender woman to sign with a major American professional wrestling promotion when she signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) in February 2019. As an actress, she starred in the 2016 Canadian television series The Switch as the lead character.
(Real name: Same as in-ring name)
6. Bea Priestly
Starting her career at the age of 14, Priestley made a name for herself in the independent circuit, before making her debut at AEW’s Fight for the Fallen PPV. Since 2017, she has been in a relationship with wrestler Will Ospreay.
(Real name: Beatrice St Clere Priestley)
7. The Bunny (Allie)
(Manager of The Butcher and The Blade wrestlers) She is best known for her time in Impact Wrestling under the ring name Allie, where she is a former two-time Impact Knockouts Champion.
(Real name: Laura Dennis)
8. Hikaru Shida
Shida started her professional wrestling career in 2008, when she joined the Ice Ribbon promotion, after taking part in a film titled Three Count, set in the world of professional wrestling. She remained with the promotion until 2014, becoming a one-time ICE×60 Champion and four-time International Ribbon Tag Team Champion. Outside of Ice Ribbon, Shida has held the Wave Single Championship, the Oz Academy Tag Team Championship, and the Sendai Girls World Tag Team Championship.
(Real name: Same as in-ring name)
9. Leva Bates
(Brand coordinator of AEW) Leva Bates is best known for her tenure on the independent circuit, most notably for Shimmer Women Athletes. She has also appeared in WWE on the NXT brand, under the ring name Blue Pants.
(Real name: Same as in-ring name)
10. Aja Kong
Aja Kong is the founder of the Arison all-women professional wrestling promotion. She also worked for WWE, coming out as the sole survivor in the 1995 Women’s Survivor Series match. She was being pushed to face the then WWF Women’s Champion, Alundra Blayze, but the latter’s move to WCW led to the then-WWF scrapping the entire women’s division.
(Real name: Erika Shishido)
11. Awesome Kong
Awesome Kong is best known for her time with WWE as Kharma, being one of the few women to take part in the men’s Royal Rumble match.
(Real name: Kia Stevens)
12. Sadie Gibbs
Gibbs is best known for her appearances in World Wonder Ring Stardom, Pro-Wrestling: EVE, The Wrestling League, WrestleGate Pro, and British Empire Wrestling She is a former DWA Ladies Champion as well.
(Real name: Same as in-ring name)
13. Shazza McKenzie
Shazza McKenzie is known for her work on the Australian independent circuit in promotions including Pro Wrestling Alliance, where she is a one-time PWA Tag Team Champion and a two-time PWWA Champion.
(Real name: Chantelle Allison)
14. Big Swole
Big Swole, also known as Ariel Monroe, has competed for various promotions like SHINE, MLW, SHIMMER, and RISE.
(Real name: Aerial Hull)
15. Teal Piper
She is the daughter of WWE legend Rowdy Roddy Piper. Teal Piper made her debut in the WOW-Women of Wrestling ring in September 2019 in a live event in Los Angeles. She’s been training to get in wrestling shape for the past several months at the WOW training facility. Teal Piper made her professional wrestling debut for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) in August 2019 at AEW All Out.
(Real name: Same as in-ring name)
Jazz is famous for her tenure in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). For your kind information, she was a two-time WWE Women’s Champion. In August 2019, Jazz participated in the Casino Battle Royal at AEW’s All Out PPV but was unsuccessful.
(Real name: Carlene Denise Moore-Begnaud)
Ivelisse is a Puerto Rican professional wrestler formerly signed to Lucha Underground. She was also a part of the Women’s Casino Battle Royal at AEW’s All Out PPV, but not being able to win it.
(Real name: Ivelisse Milagro Vélez)
Shanna is best known for her work in the German Wrestling Federation, Women Superstars Uncensored.
(Real name: Alexandra Barrulas)
19. Kris Statlander
Ranked 6 of the top 10 female wrestlers by Sports Illustrated in 2019, she has the backing of AEW management and is sure to have a bright future in the company.
(Real name: Kristen Stadtlander)
Also known by the name Melanie Cruise, Mel is best known for her appearances in SHIMMER and POWW Entertainment.
(Real name: Melanie Goranson)
Riho currently works for both AEW and World Wonder Ring Stardom. Riho is the first-ever AEW Women’s Champion. She was trained by Emi Sakura and debuted for her Ice Ribbon promotion in May 2006, just at the age of nine.
(Real name: Riho Hime)
22. Emi Sakura
After starting her career in the International Wrestling Association of Japan in August 1995, Sakura worked for several promotions across Japan, winning numerous titles, before founding her own promotion, Ice Ribbon, in early 2006. On 25 May 2019, Emi Sakura made her official debut for AEW, competing in the six women tag-team match at AEW Double or Nothing event.
(Real name: Emi Motokawa)
23) Anna Jay
Anna Jernigan is an American professional wrestler, better known by her ring name Anna Jay (or Anna Jayy), currently signed with All Elite Wrestling. On April 1, 2020, she made her first appearance in AEW on AEW Dynamite opposing Hikaru Shida, losing by pinfall. On 7 April 2020, it was announced on Twitter that she had signed with the company.
(Real Name: Anna Jernigan)
Abadon is an American professional woman wrestler, hailing from The Black Hills (America). She is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling. Her nickname is The Living Dead Girl. The Living Dead Girl word is because of her horrifying gimmick. As you know Britt Baker and Kris Statlander aew injured, so AEW needs to build their Women’s division. Abadon could be very useful in that regard. Afterall she is a colorful character.
(Real Name: Unknown)
- Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)
- SoCal Uncensored/SCU (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky)
- Lucha Bros. (Rey Fenix & Pentagon) with PAC, known as Death Triangle
- Best Friends (Chuck Taylor & Trent Beretta)
- Private Party (Marq Quen & Isiah Kassidy)
- The Dark Order (Brodie Lee, Evil Uno & Stu Grayson)
- Jurassic Express (Luchasaurus, Marko Stunt & Jungle Boy)
- The Hybrid 2 (Angelico & Jack Evans)
- Proud N’ Powerful (Santana & Ortiz), two-fifths of Inner Circle
- The Inner Circle (Chris Jericho, Santana & Ortiz, Jake Hager & Sammy Guevara)
- Butcher & The Blade (w/ Allie)
- John Silver & Alex Reynolds
- Strong Hearts (CIMA, T-Hawk, and Lindaman)
- Kenny Omega and Agam Page (Current AEW tag team champions)
- The Elite (Matt & Nick Jackson, Kenny Omega, Cody Rhodes & Adam Page)
AEW Wrestling Referees
All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has brought in big names to add to their list of referees, like Earl Hebner (the legendary WWE referee), and many more:
1. Paul Turner
Paul Turner is an American referee who works for All Elite Wrestling. He formerly worked for Ring of Honor.
2. Rick Knox:
Rick Knox is a professional wrestling referee currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is well known for his work in Lucha Underground (2014).
3. Aubrey Edwards
Here comes AEW’s most known referee. She also used to wrestle, her ring names being Gearl Hebner and Aubrey Edwards.
4. Earl Hebner
Earl William Hebner is an American professional wrestling referee, who is currently working in All Elite Wrestling. He is best known for his time as the senior referee for the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment.
5. Bryce Remsburg
He is an AEW Referee and sketch comedian by profession.
AEW Wrestling Broadcast team
1. Alex Marvez
He is an American sportscaster, journalist, and author, who currently works for Sirius XM NFL Radio. Alex hosts a daily prime time radio show. And he is also the Senior NFL Reporter for Fox Sports, and Fox Sports 1, a position he has held since 2007. Now Alex works in AEW.
2. Jim Ross
James William Ross is an American professional wrestling commentator and popular and talent relations executive, who is currently signed to AEW as a commentator, senior advisor.
3. Justin Roberts
Justin Jason Roberts is an American ring announcer. He is popular for his work in AEW. Robert is best known for his time in WWE, where he regularly announced the company’s pay-per-view and television shows like WWE’s Raw, SmackDown, ECW.
4. Alex “GoldenBoy” Mendez
Alex “GoldenBoy” Mendez will serve as a commentator. He is a professional esports commentator and also hosts in multiple games including Call of Duty, Halo, and most recently, Overwatch. Now he is in All Elite Wrestling.
5. Alex Abrahantes
He is a Spanish-language commentator.
6. Chris Van Vliet
He is a Backstage interviewer.
7. Dasha Gonzalez
She is a Spanish-language commentator.
His real name is Marc Letzmann. He is a Commentator at AEW.
9. Jennifer Sterger
She is a Backstage interviewer at AEW.
10. Tony Schiavone
His real name is Noah Schiavone. The Voice of WCW serves as a Commentator for AEW.
All Elite Wrestling once again challenged WWE by announcing that “AEW has officially hired former Senior Director of WWE, Rafael Morfi” Backstage Personnel consists of Coaches, Social Media Coordinator, and other staff.
1. Billy Gunn
His real name is Monty Sopp. He is a Coach at AEW. He is an American professional wrestler. Gunn is best known for his appearances in the WWE from 1993 to 2004 and from 2012 to 2015.
2. B.J. Whitmer
B. J. is also an American professional wrestler, trainer, and color commentator currently working for All Elite Wrestling as a producer.
3. Christina Meyers
Christina is in the Merchandising department staff at AEW. Before this, she was associated with the Ring of Honor (ROH). Meyers was a longtime official worker for the ROH merchandising wing.
4. Dean Malenko
He is a Coach at AEW. Before this Dean was working with WWE and WCW. Dean Simon is an American retired professional wrestler too, with Dean Malenko being his ring name.
5. Denise Cutler
Denise Cutler is in the AEW Merchandise staff.
6. Jeff Jones
He is a Social media coordinator at All Elite Wrestling (AEW). His real name is Jeffrey Jones.
7. Jerry Lynn
He works as a coach for AEW. Jeremy Lynn is an American retired professional wrestler. He has worked for several promotions like WCW, ECW, WWF, and Ring of Honor (ROH).
8. Keith Mitchell
He is Head of the production at AEW. Before this, he has worked with WCW, Wrestles war, and more.
9. Michael Sampson
Michael is a former WWE doctor. Currently, he is the Head physician at All Elite Wrestling.
10. Mikey Rukus
He works as a Music Producer for AEW. Mikey is a composer, Actor, Filmmaker, and Live performer.
11. Nick Mondo
His real name is Matthew Burns. Nick is a retired pro wrestler from America. Currently, he is working as a director at AEW.
12. Rafael Morffi
He serves as the Live Events director for AEW. Rafael is also a former WWE employee.
13. Sandra Gray
She is Lead seamstress at AEW. Sandra has also worked for WWE.
14. Shawn Carr
He is Head of the ring crew. Before this Shawn was working with ROH.
15. Stella Kae
She is the Lead hair and make-up artist at AEW. Stella is a body-positive fitness influencer and also a TV personality.
16. Tanea Brooks
AEW Wrestling Corporate Staff
After the downfall of WCW, a promotion has finally arrived in the world of pro wrestling to challenge the monopoly of WWE, and this promotion is AEW. With the help of its corporate staff, which includes big names like Tony Khan, AEW is constantly challenging WWE on every aspect of pro-wrestling, forcing the wrestling behemoth to up their game.
1. Chad Glenn
He is the Director of finance at AEW.
2. Chris Harrington
He is Vice president of business strategy for AEW.
3. Dana Massie
She is the Chief marketing officer and chief merchandising officer at AEW.
4. Kevin Sullivan
He is Vice president of post-production at AEW.
5. Megha Parekh
He is the Chief legal officer at AEW.
6. Nik Sobic
He is Vice president of business operations.
7. Shahid Khan
A successful businessman, Shahid Khan is the Owner of AEW. He also owns the NFL team Jacksonville Jaguars.
8. Tony Khan
He is the son of Shahid Khan, a longtime pro-wrestling fan and of course, the President of AEW.
AEW Wrestling Other Significant Positions
The world of professional wrestling is being disrupted by the first challenger that has WWE legitimately scared for the first time
Tully Blanchard is an American Pro Wrestling legend. Blanchard worked in this industry for more than 30 years. He worked in many promotions, but currently, he is an on-screen manager in AEW.