AEW's hottest female stars nominated for a Dynamite Award including Tay Conti, Anna Jay and Brandi Rhodes
ALL ELITE WRESTLING hosts its first annual Dynamite Awards on Wednesday night on TNT, with nine stunning female wrestlers competing across 12 awards.
Since AEW's debut in 2019, the promotion has made a big splash signing talent from WWE, but has also become a launch pad for the next generation of stars.
Tay Conti and Anna Jay have been nominated for several awards, and are hot favorites for the title of breakout star.
Here are the nine female nominees for the awards:
Conti, 25, is nominated for breakout star.
The Brazilian stunner signed with AEW weeks after being fired from WWE in 2020 due to cuts arising from the pandemic.
Jay, 22, is also nominated for breakout star.
She is a member of the Dark Order faction, formed by the late Brodie Lee.
DR BRITT BAKER
Britt Baker was one of the first women signed to AEW, and is nominated for biggest WTF moment, hardest moment to clean up, LOL award, and best Twitter follow.
When Baker is not wrestling she works as a dentist, a job she hasincorporated into her on-screen character.
She is married to WWE NXT star Adam Cole.
Brandi Rhodes is nominated for best mic moment. Outside the ring she is also the company's Chief Brand Officer,
Her recent argument with Jade Cargill went viral, greatly increasing both their profiles.
Both Brandi and her husband Cody were in WWE and now have executive roles in AEW (Cody is the Executive Vice President).
Nyla Rose, 37, is a former AEW Women's champion and she is nominated for biggest beatdown and best Twitter follow.
She made history as the first trans woman to win a championship for female wrestlers.
Penelope Ford, 28, signed with AEW in 2019 and is nominated for breakout star.
She is engaged to fellow AEW star Kip Sabian and announced their upcoming marriage on AEW Dynamite: Beach Break.
Big Swole is nominated for breakout Star, and is best known for her entertaining rivalry with Dr Baker.
The 31-year-old is married to WWE star Cedric Alexander.
The Japanese star is nominated for breakout star, biggest WTF moment, and Bleacher Report PPV moment of the year.
Shida, 32, is the current AEW Women' Champion, winning it at the Double or Nothing event in May 2020.
Cargill, the newbie to wrestling, only made her AEW debut in November.
She isn't nominated for a Dynamite Award but her feud with the Rhodes definitely makes her one to watch.
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