Chelsea Green

Jun 24, 2016 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real name: Chelsea Green
Height: 5’7
Weight: 125 lbs.
Date of birth: April 4, 1991
Hometown: Victoria, Canada
Pro debut: May 31, 2014
Trained by: Lance Storm
Finishing move: Unprettier


– Before beginning her pro career, Green appeared on the second season of the revived WWE Tough Enough competition
– In her early career, Green wrestled as ‘Jaida’
– On June 26, 2015, Jaida entered the ASW Womens Title Tournament, defeating Bambi Hall, Kat Von Heez & Gisele Shaw on her way to victory and the vacant title
– The next day, Jaida defeated Vixxen to retain the ASW Womens Title
– In August 2015, Green started working as ‘Chelsea’
– On September 12, 2015, Green defeated Malia Hosaka to retain the ASW Womens Title
– Chelsea made an appearance in a Battle Royal at TNA One Night Only: Live!
– In January 2016, Chelsea embarked on a short tour of Japan with Stardom
– On April 29, 2016, Chelsea defeated Bambi Hall to retain the ASW Womens Title
– On May 27, 2016, Chelsea defeated Malia Hosaka to retain the ASW Womens Title
– In June 2016, it was announced that Green had signed with TNA
– On September 29, Green made her official TNA debut under the ring name ‘Laurel Van Ness’ as part of Maria’s entourage
– On February 18, 2017, Ness & Taeler Hendrix defeated The Lucha Sisters (Leva Bates & Mia Yim) in the final of a tournament to win the vacant QoC Tag Team Titles
– The next month, Ness was involved in a wrestling wedding, though was rejected at the altar by Braxton Sutter
– At Turning Point ’17, Ness defeated Ava Storie
– On December 14, Ness defeated Rosemary to win the vacant Impact Knockouts Title
– Green was granted her release from Impact on January 15, 2018. Due to Impact tape, delay, she continued appearing for the promotion through to early March, including a February 8 title defense against Kiera Hogan
– Following her Impact departure, Green abandoned the Laurel Van Ness character in favour of wrestling under her real name
– On January 20, Green & Taeler Hendrix defeated The Pretty Mean Girls (Madi Maxx & Renee Michelle) to retain the QoC Tag Team Titles
– At House of Hardcore 43, Green defeated Paredyse
– Green made several appearances during the fourth season of Lucha Underground as ‘Reklusa’
– Green signed a WWE development deal on August 3, 2018 and reported to the performance center in October
– Green made her NXT in-ring debut on October 26, losing to Deonna Purrazzo
– On March 13, Green broke her wrist in a match against Jessie Elaban. Despite the injury, Green finished the match
– Green was released by WWE on April 15, 2021
– On July 11, 2021, Green made her debut at Ring of Honor (ROH) during Best in the World as she was introduced by Lenny Leonard and Maria Kanellis-Bennett.
– On July 17 at Slammiversary, Green made her return to Impact Wrestling under her real name, teaming with her real-life fiancé, Matt Cardona to defeat Brian Myers and Tenille Dashwood
– At Homecoming 2021, Green & Cardona defeated Petey Williams & Jordynne Grace
– At NWA Empowerrr, Green won a 10-Way Gauntlet Match to win the Women’s Invitational Cup
– At Against All Odds 2022, Green & Deonna Purrazzo defeated Mickie James & Mia Yim
– On the Emergence 2022 pre-show, Green & Purrazzo defeated Taya Valkyrie & Rosemary to win the Impact Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– On the following episode of Impact, Green & Purrazzo defeated Jordynne Grace & Mia Yim to retain the Impact Knockouts Tag Team Titles
– Green returned to WWE at the 2023 Royal Rumble
– On the July 17, 2023 episode of Raw, Green & Sonya Deville defeated Raquel Rodriguez & Liv Morgan to win the WWE Womens Tag Team Titles
– On the August 14 Raw, Deville vacated her half of the titles due to injury. Instead of vacating the titles altogether, Green unveiled Piper Niven as her new partner
– At Halloween Havoc 2023, Green & Niven defeated Chase U (Thea Hail & Jacy Jayne) to retain the WWE Womens Tag Team Titles

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