AEW WOMEN ROSTER

AEW has an awesome Roster list, including talented and beautiful Women wrestlers. Below is an updated list of Woman Wrestlers’ of All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Right now there are 22 woman rosters in AEW. We regularly update this list, SportNewsWale is a website where you can read all important Pro Wrestling News, Updates, and posts on every promotion roster list with a short bio and their photos. You can check here full AEW Roster.

AEW Female Wrestlers

Below is an updated list of Woman Wrestlers’ in All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Right now there are 22 womens in AEW’s roster. All these are looking to rewrite history and establish themselves as the faces of the industry’s bright future.

1. Brandi Rhodes

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(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

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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

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(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

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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

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(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

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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)

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(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

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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

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(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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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)


16. Jazz

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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)


17. Ivelisse

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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)


18. Shanna

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Shanna is best known for her work in the German Wrestling Federation, Women Superstars Uncensored.
(Real name: Alexandra Barrulas)


19. Kris Statlander

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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)


20. Mel

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Also known by the name Melanie Cruise, Mel is best known for her appearances in SHIMMER and POWW Entertainment.
(Real name: Melanie Goranson)


21. Riho

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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

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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 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. Abadon

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Abadon is a Professional woman wrestler, hailing from The Black Hills (America). She made her AEW Dynamite debut by defeating Anna Jay by pinfall on tonight’s show. She had previously appeared on AEW Dark in March, losing to Hikaru Shida. Abadon is also known for The Living Dead Girl

Also Read: The complete list of the women’s roster of NXT


Below is a list of all women in All Elite Wrestling.

  1. Brandi Rhodes
  2. Britt Baker
  3. Penelope Ford
  4. Yuka Sakazaki
  5. Nyla Rose
  6. Allie aka The Bunny
  7. Bea Priestley
  8. Hikaru Shida
  9. Leva Bates
  10. Aja Kong
  11. Awesome Kong
  12. Sadie Gibbs
  13. Shazza McKenzie
  14. Big Swole
  15. Teal piper
  16. Jazz
  17. Ivelisse
  18. Shanna
  19. Kris Stadtlander
  20. Mel
  21. Riho
  22. Emi Sakura
  23. Abadon