Skye Blue is one of the newest and youngest members of All Elite Wrestling’s women’s roster. The 23-year-old wrestler from Chicago has officially signed with AEW after impressing fans and management with her performances since 2021.

AEW President Tony Khan took to Twitter to make the announcement. The AEW boss praised Blue as one of the company’s rising homegrown stars.

“Some great news for Easter Weekend: One of @AEW‘s rising homegrown stars @Skyebyee is officially All Elite! Wishing everyone the best on Good Friday! Don’t miss a great night of wrestling TONIGHT live on TNT starting 10pm ET/9pm CT after Furious 7!,” tweeted Tony Khan.

Skye Blue made her AEW debut in April 2021 on AEW Dark: Elevation, where she faced Red Velvet in a losing effort. She then participated in the Casino Battle Royales at All Out 2021, where she received a huge ovation from her hometown crowd. She then continued to appear on AEW Dark and Dark: Elevation, mostly as an enhancement talent.


In January 2023, Skye Blue got a big opportunity when she challenged Jade Cargill for the TBS Championship at AEW Battle of The Belts V. Although she lost the match, she earned the respect of Cargill and the fans for her fighting spirit. She was also involved in a feud against The Outcasts in recent weeks.

Skye Blue is a talented and likable wrestler who has a bright future ahead of her in AEW. She has already proven herself against some of the best women in the business and has won over the fans with her personality and passion. She is definitely someone to watch out for in AEW’s women’s division. Stay tuned to Ringside News as we bring you similar stories.

What are your thoughts on Skye Blue signing with AEW and becoming one of their rising homegrown stars? Do you think she has what it takes to become a champion in the future? Share your opinions in the comments below.

Sunil Joseph

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