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.

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