Britt Baker’s career told in photos, over the years

When All Elite Wrestling opened in 2019, the company recruited talented wrestlers from around the world. As for their female wrestlers, Britt Baker was their first signing, and she made sure she earned that accolade by becoming the face of the AEW Women’s Division.

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She has been in the professional wrestling business since 2015 and worked her way up to the position she holds today. She has tons of potential and is on her way to becoming one of the greatest female wrestlers in history. With that said, let’s take a look at Britt Baker’s career through photos taken over the years.

8 Formation & Beginnings

Britt Baker began her professional wrestling training in 2014 at the International Wrestling Cartel training academy under Super Hentai and Marshall Gambino. She then continued her training while continuing her studies in dentistry and signed up for Absolute Intense Wrestling with Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae as trainers.

She made her in-ring debut at an International Wrestling Cartel event in August 2015, where she competed in a mixed tag team match, teaming with Andrew Palace to defeat Dylan Bostic and Ray Lyn.

seven Independent circuit

After her debut, Britt Baker continued to perform in the independent circuit and also worked under the name Brittany Baker during this time. She continued to perform for the International Wrestling Cartel, then made her presence felt at other promotions like Absolute Intense Wrestling, America Pro Wrestling Alliance, Pro Wrestling Rampage, Monster Factory Pro Wrestling, Rise Wrestling, and also did a one-time appearance in NXT. .

While in India, she faced other notable wrestlers like Deonna Purrazzo, Candice LeRae, Tessa Blanchard, Shayna Baszler and Kiera Hogan to name a few.


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6 Various title reigns

Before making history with her iconic AEW Women’s World Championship reign, Britt Baker had to train for this moment by winning multiple championships throughout her time on the independent circuit. She became the first IWC Women’s Champion when she defeated April Sera and Marti Belle and Sonya Strong, in a four-elimination match in December 2016, and held the title for 224 days.

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She has also added various other titles to her collections like the WC Big Top Tag Team Championship with Adam Cole and the Remix Pro Fury Championship.

5 AEW debut

As previously mentioned, Britt Baker was the first wrestler to sign with All Elite Wrestling, and she debuted for the upstart promotion on the 2019 Double or Nothing PPV, where she defeated Awesome Kong, Kylie Rae and Nyla Rose in a deadly game. four-way match.

She then teamed with Riho in a tag team match at the AEW Fight For The Fallen event in July 2019 against Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima in a losing effort. Baker suffered a legitimate concussion after being kicked by Priestly during the match, which led to a match between the two at Full Gear 2019, where Baker won.

4 heel circumference

Britt Baker turned heel for the first time in AEW during Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea Part Two: Second Wave event, which aired on January 22, 2020, episode of Dynamite. She beat Priscilla Kelly at the event and berated commentator Tony Schiavone, who is a close real-life friend of hers, after the match.

With her new attitude, Baker picked up wins over some enhancement talents and also defeated Riho and Yuka Sakazak in a tag team match alongside Penelope Ford.


3 Injury and return

On May 20, 2020, episode of Dynamite, Britt Baker teamed up with Nyla Rose to defeat Kris Statlander and Penelope Ford. She suffered a legitimate leg injury during the match and missed more than two months of action.

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She then began a feud with Big Swole, which saw the latter abduct Baker and throw her in a dumpster during an episode of Dynamite. This led to a match between the two at the 2020 All Out PPV, where Swole defeated Baker in a Tooth & Nail match, which took place at Baker’s dental office.

2 AEW Women’s World Champion

After failing to win the AEW Women’s World Championship from Riho in 2019, Britt Baker re-entered the title picture after competing in the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament as part of the USA bracket, but lost in the semi-finals. final.

She received a one-on-one title shot at the 2021 Double or Nothing PPV against Hikaru Shida, where she ultimately won the title. She held the title for 290 days, which remains the second longest reign with the title to date. Her title reign ended on the March 16, 2022, episode of Dynamite, where she lost to Thunder Rosa in a steel cage match.

1 Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

After losing the Women’s World Championship, Britt Baker became a participant in the inaugural Owen Hart Foundation tournament, which AEW created in conjunction with Martha Hart’s Owen Hart Foundation to honor the legacy of the late Owen Hart.

Britt Baker beat Danielle Kamela in qualifying and Maki Itoh in the first round to reach the semis. She defeated Toni Storm in the semi-finals, which took place at Dynamite’s 3rd anniversary show on May 25, 2022, and became the first wrestler to reach the tournament final.


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