Priscilla Kelly (Wrestler) Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki ,Net worth More

Priscilla Kelly

Priscilla Kelly Biography, wiki, Age:

Priscilla Kelly is an American Nationality she is an American (Wrestler) she was was born on 5 June 1997 in Douglasville, Georgia, United States, is an American professional wrestler. however, if you want to know about her Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end, you get amazing facts about her lifestyle just explore this article !!!.

Real Name Priscilla Kelly
Nick Name Kelly
Famous As Wrestler
Age 23 years old
Birthday 5 June 1997
Birthplace Douglasville, Georgia, United States
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Height approx.5feet,6INCH
Weight approx. 62g
Body Measurements unknown
Bra Cup Size unknown
Eye Color blue
Hair Color  blonde
Shoe Size unknown
Dating unknown
Spouse No
Net Worth 5Million$

Priscilla Kelly   height weight &  Body Measurements;

Eye color blue
Hair color Blonde
height 5feet/ 6INCH
shoe size  Unknown
weight 62KG

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Priscilla Kelly  net worth:

Net worth 5Million$
source of Incom Wrestler
Monthly earnings None
yearly earnings 5Million$

Estimated net worth increases frequently increase, she has different types of ways to generate the source of the income according to news statistics of her net worth is 5Million (Approx.) he is one of the most popular social media personality.

Family and Relatives:

Father    N, A
Mother   N, A
Brother   N, A

Priscilla Kelly   Social Media:

Instagram  Instagram
Facebook   Facebook
Twitter   Twitter
Wikipedia Wikipedia
IMDB   Imdb
Youtube Channel  Youtube

Education   Information:

school name N, A
University N, A
Qualification N, A

Priscilla Kelly  Marriage   & Relationship status:

Marital Status married
Marriage Date None
BoyFriends Single
Husband None
Daughter Name None
Son Name None

Priscilla Kelly outline:

  • In July 2019, Kelly defeated James Ellsworth to become the World Intergender Champion at Cactus League Wrestling’s “Rated R Wrestling” event in Tucson, Arizona
  • In April 2018, Kelly made her DDT Pro-Wrestling debut where she, Toru Owashi and Kazuki Hirata were defeated by Saki Akai, Yukio Sakaguchi and Masahiro Takanashi..
  • On July 30, 2018, it was announced that Kelly would be a participant in the second WWE Mae Young Classic. She lost against Deonna Purrazzo in the first round.
  • Kelly made her debut for the Japanese Promotion Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling in April 2018, losing to the Dragon Bombers (Maho Kurone & Rika Tatsumi) in a Tag Team Match alongside Hyper Misao. She has since worked matches on several occasions in Japan, all under the umbrella of the DDT Pro-Wrestling Promotion, her latest match being a loss in the Tokyo Princess of Princess Championship Match against Miyu Yamashita (c) on October 14. On October 10, 2018, Ethan Page, MAO, Mike Bailey and herself defeated Jun Kasai, Akito, Masahiro Takanashi and Saki Akai.
  • In late December 2018, Kelly wrestled a match against Tuna for the Suburban Fight promotion in Los Angeles. During the match, with Tuna laid out on a folding chair, Kelly pulled out a bloody tampon from her ring tights and stuck it in Tuna’s mouth. Footage of the match received little attention for over a week until Gail Kim commented on Twitter in disgust, after which the footage went viral. Many wrestling veterans including Jim Ross, Angelina Love, and Tessa Blanchard also commented in disgust, while Gregory Helms joked by asking if it was a “First Blood Match”.
  • In August 2017, she defended her Shine Nova title against Jordynne Grace.
  • In December 2017, Kelly, Cheerleader Melissa and Mercedes Martinez defeated Laurel Van Ness, Delilah Doom and Deonna Purrazzo.
  • In January 2017, Kelly made her Full Impact Pro debut in a loss to Aria Blake. At Heatstroke 2017, Kelly successfully defended her Shine Nova championship against Stormie Lee.
  • In May 2017, she made her Evolve debut at Evolve 95, losing to Allysin Kay.
  • She made her Style Battle debut defeating Dani J in August 2017.
  • In September 2016, Kelly made her Women Superstars Uncensored debut where she and Nevaeh lost to Samantha Heights and Brittany Blake. At Breaking Barriers 4, she defeated Penelope Ford and Renee Michelle.
  • In September 2016, Kelly made her Shine Wrestling debut at Shine 37 defeating Dominique Fabiano. Later that night, Kelly and Fabiano were defeated by then Shine Tag Team Champions, Jayme Jameson and Marti Belle. At Shine 39, Kelly was defeated by Malia Hosaka. In July 2017, Kelly became the inaugural Shine Nova Champion after winning the Shine Nova Championship Tournament where she defeated Veda Scott in the first round, Leah Vaughan in the second round, Kiera Hogan in the semi finals, and Candy Cartwright in the tournament finals. At Shine 46, she defeated Santana Garrett to retain the Nova championship. At Shine 49, Kelly lost the Nova title to Candy Cartright. At Shine 51, she defeated Holidead.
  • Kelly made her professional wrestling debut in March 2015 in a tag team match where she and Devyn Nicole lost to Amanda Rodriguez and Amber O’Neal. In June 2015, Kelly was defeated by Kiera Hogan. In May 2016, she was defeated by Kimber Lee. In December 2016, she defeated Tessa Blanchard. In August 2017, she defeated Leva Bates.
  • In 2012, when Kelly was 14 she was part of season one of My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding on the episode “14 and Looking for Mr. Right” where she was the main focus in the episode.
  • Priscilla Kelly (born June 5, 1997) is an American professional wrestler, professional wrestling valet, and former actress currently signed to Major League Wrestling. She is best known for her appearances in Shine Wrestling, where she is a former Shine Nova Champion.
  • Kelly made a surprise appearance at All Out, participating in the Casino Battle Royal. She also faced Britt Baker in a losing effort on the January 23rd episode of AEW Dynamite which was filmed from Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea Part Deux: Second Wave.

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