Ashley D’Amboise is a rising superstar who has both a bright future ahead of her and the world in her hands. She first caught my eye at last year’s Inaugural Battleslam show when she faced Shazza Mckenzie. What struck me about her was her power and athleticism which in various interviews she has done has credited to her background in Dance and Weightlifting.
As the famous saying goes “The World is your oyster” and over the weekend Ashley D’Amboise made Canada her personal oyster when she became both the Inaugural MEW Women’s champion at Main Event Wrestling in Montreal and the new Rebelution Champion at Destiny World Wrestling in Ontario. This weekend was very sentimental to Ashley as she is French-Canadian and the first-born American on her paternal side.
Ashley began her wrestling career training under Damien Adams for approximately six months before relocating to Georgia to train at the Nightmare Factory. She made her television debut on April 21st, 2021 on AEW Dark and has worked 20 matches so far for the company. According to Fightful Select, AEW has reportedly offered D’Amboise a contract in recent weeks, however, there have not been any updates to this situation at this time. In addition to appearing on the January 14th episode of IMPACT where she faced Deonna Purrazzo, she was also on the Christmas episode of WWE Smackdown where she portrayed a ballerina in the Main Event.
Other notable Independent promotions she has been a part of include Capital Championship Wrestling, SHINE, Women’s Wrestling Army, ECWA (She was a part of the Women’s Super 8 Tournament), and IWC Wrestling where she previously held the Women’s Championship.
Le Creme de Le Creme
As of this writing, Ashley D’Amboise is currently involved in the NWA Women’s TV Championship where she defeated Samantha Starr in the first round and is facing Kenzie Page in the next round. This match will air on NWA POWERRR on Tuesday at 6:05 EST on NWA’s Youtube channel.