Rachael Ellering

Jan 20, 2020 - by Allen Rockum

Real Name: Rachael Ellering
Height: 5’6″
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Date of Birth: December 28, 1992
From: Sauk Centre, Minnesota
Resides: Orlando, Florida
Pro Debut: November 21, 2015
Trained By: Lance Storm
Finishing Move: Bosswoman Slam


(Click for Gerweck’s interview with Ellering)

Biography

– Rachael is the daughter of Paul Ellering.
– Rachael is also a former powerlifted and earned a Bronze Medal in 2014 while a part of the World Powerlifting Federation.
– She is also credited as Rachael Evers or Rachael Fazio.
– April 1, 2016, Rachael competed in the CWE Rise of a Queen Tournament.
– April 15th, Rachael lost to Tessa Blanchard at SHINE.
– April 28th, Rachael lost to Alexa Bliss on NXT.
– June 17th, Rachael defeated Tessa Blanchard at SHINE.
– August 25th, Rachael lost to Liv Morgan on NXT.
– October 13th, Rachael lost to Ember Moon on NXT.
– November 5th, Rachael defeated Amazing Maria for the vacant RPW Women’s Title.
– January 13, 2017, Rachael defeated Chelsea Green at SHINE.
– February 19th, Rachael won the vacant WC Lady of the Ring Title by winning a 3-Way Elimination.
– March 2nd, Rachael lost to Sienna on Impact Wrestling.
– March 4th, Rachael lost to Laurel Van Ness at Impact Wrestling’s One Night Only.
– March 17th, Rachael retained the WC Lady of the Ring Title by defeating Tessa Blanchard.
– March 18th, Rachael defeated Sonya Strong for the PWM Women’s Title.
– April 3rd, Rachael defended the WC Lady of the Ring Title against Angel Rose.
– April 8th, Rachael challenged Britt Baker for the IWC Women’s Title.
– April 15th, Rachael defended the PWM Women’s Title against Terra Calaway.
– April 19th, Rachael competed in a NXT Women’s Title #1 Contendership Battle Royal on NXT.
– May 27th, Rachael retained the WC Lady of the Ring Title against Deonna Purrazzo.
– June 17th, Rachael lost the PWM Women’s Title to Jordynne Grace in a 4-Way.
– July 14th, Rachael competed in the WWE Mae Young Classic ’17.
– July 22nd, Rachael lost the WC Lady of the Ring Title to Tessa Blanchard.
– September 23rd, Rachael lost the RPW Women’s Title to Holidead in a 4-Way.
– November 11th, Rachael defeated Zoe Lucas at SHIMMER.
– December 2nd, Rachael competed in a 3-Way for the vacant AAW Women’s Title which was won by Jessicka Havok.
– January 13, 2018, Rachael challenged Io Shirai for the Wonder of Stardom Title.
– February 24th, Rachael challenged Sahara Se7en for the MCW Women’s Title.
– March 10th, Rachel competed in a 3-Way for the vacant WOW Women’s Title.
– April 14th, Rachael defeated Veda Scott at SHIMMER.
– May 5th, Rachael won the MPW Women’s Title in a 3-Way.
– June 8th, Rachael challenged Tessa Blanchard for the PCW ULTRA Women’s Title.
– June 9th, Rachael competed in the NOVA Pro Women’s Commonwealth Cup ’18.
– August 8th, Rachael competed in the WWE Mae Young Classic ’18.
– September 24th, Rachael was a part of the Stardom 5STAR Grand Prix ’18 (Block B).
– October 19th, Rachael competed in the NOVA Pro Sadie Hawkins Invitational Tournament.
– October 20th, Rachael challenged Dust for the Heart of SHIMMER title.
– January 2019, it was announced that Rachael signed with the WWE and placed under the NXT Brand.
– March 14th, Rachael made her debut for the NXT crowd by teaming with Deonna Purrazzo in a losing effort to Taynara Conti & Mia Yim at a house show.
– May 1st, Rachael lost to Xia Li on NXT (Dark Match).
– June 29th, Rachael challenged Shayna Baszler for the NXT Women’s Title.
– In May 2020, Rachel confirmed that she had been released from her WWE contract.
– Ellering made her debut on the April 22, 2021 episode of Impact!, saving Jordynne Grace from a beat down by the Knockouts Tag Team Champions Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz), and was announced by Grace that she would be her tag team partner at Rebellion. – Three days later at the event, Ellering and Grace defeated Fire ‘N Flava to win the Knockouts tag titles for the first time.

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