List of All Elite Wrestling personnel

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is an American professional wrestling promotion founded in 2019. AEW personnel consists of professional wrestlers, managers, referees, commentators, ring announcers, coaches, and various other positions. Executive officers are also listed.

As All Elite Wrestling has partnerships with China's Oriental Wrestling Entertainment (OWE) and Mexico's Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA), wrestlers from those promotions may also make periodic appearances at AEW events.

PersonnelEdit

Male wrestlersEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Adam Page[1][2] Stephen Woltz AEW World Tag Team Champion
Alex Reynolds[3] Alex Zikos[4]
Angelico[5] Adam Bridle
Anthony Ogogo[6] Anthony Ogogo
Austin Gunn[7] Austin Sopp
Billy Gunn[8] Monty Sopp Coach[9]
The Blade Jesse Guilmette
Brandon Cutler[10] Brandon Bogle Executive content producer[11]
Brodie Lee[12] Jonathan Huber
The Butcher Andy Williams
Chris Jericho[1][13] Christopher Irvine
Christopher Daniels[14] Daniel Covell Coach[15]
Head of talent relations[16]
Chuck Taylor[17] Dustin Howard
Cima[18] Nobuhiko Oshima President of OWE
Cody[19][1] Cody Runnels Executive vice president
Colt Cabana[20] Scott Colton
Darby Allin[21] Unknown
Dustin Rhodes[22][23] Dustin Runnels Coach[24]
Evil Uno[25] Nicolas Dansereau
Frankie Kazarian[1][14] Frank Gerdelman
Isiah Kassidy[26] Unknown
Jack Evans[27] Jack Miller
Jake Hager[28] Donald Hager Jr.
Jimmy Havoc[16] James Mcahren
Joey Janela[29][1] Joseph Janela
John Silver[3] Unknown
Jon Moxley[30] Jonathan Good AEW World Champion
Jungle Boy[31] Jack Perry
Kenny Omega[32] Tyson Smith AEW World Tag Team Champion
AAA Mega Champion
Executive vice president[33]
Kip Sabian[34] Simon Kippen
Lance Archer[35] Lance Hoyt
Luchasaurus[36] Austin Matelson
Luther Len Olson
Marko Stunt[37] Noah Nelms
Marq Quen[26] DeQuentin Redden[38]
Matt Jackson[1][2] Matthew Massie Executive vice president
Matt Hardy[39] Matthew Hardy
Michael Nakazawa[40] Shoji Nakazawa
MJF[29][1] Maxwell Friedman
Nick Jackson[1][2] Nicholas Massie Executive vice president
Orange Cassidy[41] James Cipperly
Ortiz[42] Miguel Molina
Pac[29][1] Benjamin Satterly
Pentagon Jr.[43] Undisclosed[Note 1]
Peter Avalon[44] Peter Hernandez
QT Marshall[16] Michael Cuellari Associate producer[45]
Rey Fenix[43] Undisclosed[Note 1]
Sammy Guevara[17] Sammy Guevara
Santana[42] Mike Sanchez
Scorpio Sky[1][14] Schuyler Andrews
Shawn Spears[46] Ronnie Arneill
Sonny Kiss[47] Unknown
Stu Grayson[25] Marc Dionne
Trent[17] Greg Marasciulo
Wardlow[48] Michael Wardlow

Female wrestlersEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Awesome Kong[49] Kia Stevens Coach[50]
Bea Priestley[51] Beatrice Priestley
Big Swole[52] Aerial Hull
Brandi Rhodes[2] Brandi Runnels Chief brand officer
Britt Baker D.M.D.[53] Brittany Baker
The Bunny[54] Laura Dennis Manager of The Butcher and The Blade
Emi Sakura Emi Motokawa
Hikaru Shida[55] Hikaru Shida
Kris Statlander[56] Kristen Stadtlander
Leva Bates[44] Leva Bates Brand coordinator[57]
Mel Melanie Goranson
Nyla Rose[17] Nyla Rose AEW Women's World Champion
Penelope Ford[29] Olivia Hasler Manager of Kip Sabian
Riho[58] Riho Hime
Sadie Gibbs[59] Sadie Gibbs
Shanna[60] Alexandra Barrulas
Yuka Sakazaki Yuka Sakazaki[citation needed]

Other on-air personnelEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Arn Anderson Martin Lunde Advisor to Cody[61]
Coach
Jake Roberts Aurelian Smith Jr. Advisor to Lance Archer
Tully Blanchard Tully Blanchard Advisor to Shawn Spears[62]
Coach

RefereesEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Aubrey Edwards[63] Aubrey Edwards Co-host of AEW Unrestricted
Project coordinator[64]
Bryce Remsburg[65] Bryce Remsburg
Earl Hebner[66] Earl Hebner
Mike Posey[67] Mike Posey
Paul Turner[68] Paul Turner Senior referee[69]
Rick Knox[27] Rick Knox

Broadcast teamEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
Alex Abrahantes Alex Abrahantes Spanish-language commentator[70]
Alex Marvez Alex Marvez Backstage interviewer[9]
Dasha Gonzalez Dasha Gonzalez Spanish-language commentator
Co-host of AEW Dark[71]
Excalibur Marc Letzmann Commentator[72]
Marketing manager[73]
Goldenboy[74] Alex Mendez[75] Commentator
Jenn Decker[76] Jennifer Sterger Backstage interviewer
Jim Ross James Ross Commentator
Senior advisor[77]
Justin Roberts Justin Roberts Ring announcer[72]
Lexy Nair[78] Alexandra Nair Backstage interviewer
Taz Peter Senercia Commentator[79]
Tony Schiavone[80] Noah Schiavone Commentator
Co-host of AEW Dark[71]
Co-host of AEW Unrestricted
Senior producer[81]

Backstage personnelEdit

Ring name Real name Notes
B.J. Whitmer[82] Benjamin Whitmer Coach[9]
Christina Meyers[83] Christina Meyers Merchandising department staff[84]
Dean Malenko Dean Simon Coach[85]
Senior producer[85]
Denise Cutler Denise Bogle Seamstress[86]
Dion Sekone-Fraser Dion Sekone-Fraser Social media coordinator[87]
Jeff Jones[88] Jeffrey Jones Social media coordinator[89]
Jerry Lynn Jeremy Lynn Coach[90]
Keith Mitchell Keith Mitchell Head of production[91]
Michael Sampson Michael Sampson Head physician[92]
Mikey Rukus Mikey Rukus Music production[93]
Nick Mondo Matthew Burns Director[94]
Rafael Morffi Rafael Morffi Director of live events[95]
Sandra Gray Sandra Gray Lead seamstress[96]
Shawn Carr Shawn Carr Head of ring crew[97]
Stella Kae Stella Kae Lead hair and make-up artist[98]
Tanea Brooks Tanea Brooks Hair and make-up artist[99]

Corporate staffEdit

Name Notes
Chad Glenn Director of finance[100]
Chris Harrington[101] Vice president of business strategy
Dana Massie[53] Chief marketing officer[102]
Chief merchandising officer[103]
Kevin Sullivan[104] Vice president of post production[105]
Megha Parekh Chief legal officer[106]
Nik Sobic Vice president of business operations[107]
Shahid Khan[108] Owner
Tony Khan[19] President
Chief executive officer

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b In lucha libre the true identity, birth name etc. of masked wrestlers is kept secret to the general public. News does not report nor speculate on real names even if they may be able to find it, purely out of respect for the Lucha Libre traditions.

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