Red Velvet began training at Fighting Evolution Wrestling in Miami, Florida, under the tutelage of JB Cool in the summer of 2015. Velvet made her professional wrestling debut against Rebel the following year, on March 24, 2016.
After a few appearances on the indie scene, Red Velvet became a household name. Wrestling for promotions like FEW and Shine is a common occurrence. Velvet took home the FEW Women’s Championship on August 19, 2016, after a triple threat match ended in a draw.
On June 10, 2020, Red Velvet made her professional wrestling debut in AEW Dark. In a tag team bout, she was up against Allie and Brandi Rhodes. In the end, though, this was a fruitless endeavor. Although she had left All Elite Wrestling, her time there was not yet up.
Velvet went on to have a number of exciting matches in the All Elite Wrestling after that. As an example, she competed against Hikaru Shida, won her first match against Elayna Black on Dark, and competed in a tag team bout with Cody Rhodes against Jade Cargill and Shaquille O’Neal, among other things.
Velvet inked a full-time deal with AEW on March 25, which was announced to the public on the same day. Fans have continued to appreciate Velvet’s bouts, which have become more entertaining and interesting over the years. She has competed against Serena Deeb for the NWA World Women’s Championship, challenged Britt Baker for the AEW Women’s World Championship, and competed in the AEW women’s TBS championship tournament, among other things.
Despite the fact that Red Velvet hasn’t won many matches in AEW, her reputation in the industry hasn’t been destroyed as a result. She is a warrior who will not back down and who will continue to “stir things up” in the ring, as her fans can tell.