In the last few years, Tony Khan has regularly added to his ever-growing AEW roster.
In 2022, the promotion saw twenty-two new additions receive the coveted “All Elite” graphic. Former WWE Superstars Samoa Joe, Toni Storm, Athena and Claudio Castagnoli entered the promotion.
International stars, Rush, Bandido and Konosuke Takeshita also joined the crew while stars of the independent circuit Brody King, Danhausen and Action Andretti came on board.
On April 8th Khan officially welcomed a new member to the promotion’s roster. Taking to social media to hype the recent showing of Rampage and Battle of the Belts the AEW President announced the latest “homegrown” wrestler to become “All Elite”.
Sky Blue Is Officially A Member Of The AEW Roster
After working her way up through the independent scene since 2017 the young starlet has performed in All Elite Wrestling since 2021. Her debut match came against Britt Baker on the April 7th edition of Dark: Elevation. She appeared on Dark and Elevation throughout the year, facing off against the likes of Jade Cargill, Emi Sakura and Riho.
In 2022, she continued to hone her craft on AEW’s YouTube programming as well as multiple independent promotions such as Warrior Wrestling and Black Label Pro.
Since the turn of the year, she has appeared on Dynamite in matches against Saraya, Ruby Soho, and Toni Storm. She then became a target for the trio, who are taking out their superiority complex on the promotion’s “homegrown” talent.
Known as the Outcasts, the former WWE alumni have regularly attacked members of the women’s roster including Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter and Britt Baker. Skye Blue also became a victim of their assaults but has now found solace in the form of Willow Nightingale and Riho.
Prior to joining AEW, Blue made several appearances for NWA, as well as GCW and Thunder Rosa’s all-women promotion Mission Pro Wrestling.