Bea Priestley, Amy St. Clare, Beatrice Priestley
150 lb (68 kg)
Place of Birth:
Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England
Signature and Finishing Moves:
Fatality (Double Wrist Lock), Rolling Cutter, Backpack Stunner, Curb Stomp, Cheeky Nandos, Flawless Victory (Diving Double Stomp), Diving Legdrop
Priestley was diagnosed with a brain tumor when she had 14 years old. She underwent surgery to remove the tumor when she turned 18.
Beatrice Priestley is in a relationship with two-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion William Charles, better known by his ring name Will Ospreay.
19(w)/2(d)/27(l) out of 48 matches
“I Feel Alive” (WCPW)
Bea Priestley History
Priestley began training at New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling's New Zealander developmental facility under Travis Banks, and debuted for the company when she was 14 years old. After four years of honing her skills in New Zealand, she decided she wanted to become a better wrestler; at the age of 18, she moved move back to England, where she moved to London. While in England, she trained in Progress Wrestling's Projo.
She began working for both PROGRESS Wrestling and What Culture Pro Wrestling/Defiant Wrestling simultaneously from 2016, and also appearing for the World Wonder Ring Stardom from the following year as well.
Bea Priestley Debut for Defiant Wrestling
Priestley debuted for Defiant Wrestling on 27 July 2016 in a match lost to Nixon Newell. The following day, Priestley defeated Newell in a rematch. Her first title match occurred as early as 24 August in a Last Woman Standing Match against Nixon Newell. Newell became the new Defiant Women's Champion.The following year on 17 June 2018 at Built To Destroy, Priestley challenged reigning Women's Champion Millie McKenzie. At the match's conclusion, Priestley won the title back to become the new Women's Champion for a second time. She successfully defended the Women's Championship two months later on 26 August at Stacked, defeating Zoe Lucas.
Bea Priestley Debut for PROGRESS
Priestley debuted for PROGRESS on 13 March 2016 at PROGRESS ENDVR:15 in a match lost against Elizabeth. She ended her debut year on 11 December at PROGRESS Chapter 40, where she competed in the Natural Progression Series IV tournament.Throughout the year of 2017 and 2018, Priestley would mainly compete in six-man tag team matches and even feuding with Millie McKenzie.
Bea Priestley Debut for World Wonder Ring Stardom
On October 14, 2017, Priestley made her debut for the World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion by entering the Goddesses of Stardom Tag League tournament. Days before the final of the tournament Priestley unsuccessfully challenged Toni Storm for the SWA World and World of Stardom Championship in Stardom event in Taiwan. She ended up winning the tournament along with Kelly Klein. followed the tournament, Priestley and Klein unsuccessfully challenged Oedo Tai (Hana Kimura and Kagetsu) for the Goddess of Stardom Championship. In her six month stay in Stardom, Priestley made it to the finals of the 2018 Cinderella Tournament, before losing to the eventual winner Momo Watanabe.
Between 2018 and 2019, she also appeared for World of Sport Wrestling, where she is a one-time Women’s Champion.
AEW Contract & Double Or Nothing
On January 22, 2019 It was reported that Priestley was close to signing a contract with All Elite Wrestling after turning down a WWE contract. It was announced on the February 27, 2019 edition of "Road To Double Or Nothing" that Priestley would be joining the company, and will be making her debut at Fight for the Fallen on July 13, 2019.
Bea Priestley Championships and Accomplishments
Defiant Women's Championship (2 times)
Fight Forever Wrestling
Fight Forever Women's World Championship (1 time, current)
What Culture Pro Wrestling
WCPW Women's Championship (1 time)
World of Sport Wrestling
WOS Women's Championship (1 time)