Nyla Rose

Dec 13, 2019 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Nyla Rose
Height: 5’7″
Weight: 185 lbs.
Date of Birth: August 3, 1982
From: Washington DC
Pro Debut: December 8, 2012
Trained By: KYDA Pro Wrestling School
Finishing Move: Beast Bomb

Biography

– Outside of wrestling, Rose has worked as an actress, perhaps most notably taking the lead role in Canadian series ‘Switch’
– Rose wrestled her first recorded match on March 2, 2013, losing to Tori Lynn
– On July 4, Rose defeated Samantha Starr to win the vacant UPWA Womens Title
– On July 6, Rose defeated Samantha Starr to retain the UPWA Womens Title
– On August 17, Rose defeated Mary Elizabeth Hatfield to win the Covey Pro Womens Title
– On May 17, 2014, Rose & Rockin Rebel defeated TJ Mathis & Tate Hammer to win the VPW Tag Team Titles
– On November 8, Rose defeated Amber Rodriguez & Selene Grey to win the Covey Pro Womens Title
– On October 17, 2015, Rose defeated Maria Manic to win the vacant Covey Pro Womens Title
– On November 14, Rose defeated Maria Manic to retain the Covey Pro Womens Title
– In mid 2017, Rose travelled to Japan, working a tour with the Sendai Girls promotion
– On August 19, Rose defeated Victor Jones to win the WDWA West Virginia Title
– On April 14, 2018, Rose defeated Nikki Adams to win the WOW Womens Title
– On September 10, Rose defeated Takumi Iroha to regain the WOW Womens Title, having lost it a few months prior
– On October 13, Rose defeated Nikki Adams to retain the WOW Womens Title
– On November 9, Rose fought Nikki Addams to a double-DQ to retain the WOW Womens Title
– On December 1, Rose again defeated Nikki Adams to retain the WOW Womens Title
– On January 12, 2019, Rose defeated Izzy McKenna to retain the WOW Womens Title
– Rose signed with the new AEW promotion in February 2019, instantly becoming the highest profile transgender wrestler in the world
– On March 9, Rose defeated Riley Shepherd to retain the WOW Womens Title
– On May 4, Rose defeated Saraya Knight to retain the WOW Womens Title
– Rose made her AEW debut at Double Or Nothing 2019, losing a 4-Way Match to Britt Baker
– On July 6, Rose defeated Kaci Dillon & Sahara Se7en to win the La Femme Title
– Rose won the Casino Battle Royal prior to the All Out 2019 event
– On the February 12, 2020 episode of Dynamite, Rose defeated Riho to win the AEW Womens Title
– At Revolution 2020, Rose defeated Kris Statlander to retain the AEW Womens Title
– At Fyter Fest 2020, Rose defeated KiLynn King & Kenzie Paige in a Handicap Match
– Rose won the US bracket of the AEW Womens Title Eliminator Tournament in March 2021, but would lose the overall final to Ryo Mizunami

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