Former Cheerleader Julia Hart Has A Bright Future in AEW

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All Elite Wrestling has picked up a habit of discovering some great pro wrestling prospects, thanks in part to their Nightmare Factory and willingness to work with independent talent across both Dark shows.  The latest pick up that could pay off for AEW is that of Julia Hart who made an instant impression and aligned with the Varsity Blondes (Brian Pillman Jr. & Griff Garrison) which would appear to mean that she is here to stay.  At just 19 years old, Julia Hart has the potential to be an asset to AEW.


Julia Hart has a background in cheerleading, in 2018 she was even part of a Milwaukee Championship division winning team at Jefferson.  A number of the top women’s wrestlers in the game today came from the world of cheerleading including Alexa Bliss, Charlotte Flair, Naomi, Carmella, and AEW’s own Rebel (not Reba).  Hart transitioned to the ring and trained at former WWE and TNA (now IMPACT Wrestling) alumni Mr. Kennedy’s school, The Academy School Of Pro Wrestling in Minnesota.  Following her debut in 2019, she wrestled for Midwest All-Star Wrestling, Kickstart My Heart Wrestling, and Rugged Pro Wrestling.

Hart took a chance on herself and went from Minnesota to the Nightmare Factory where she graduated from April’s class and even took part in the second Nightmare Factory Showcase.  After betting on herself Julia Hart, has impressed the right people. On AEW Dark, Julia has wrestled talents like KiLynn King and Kris Statlander. Now as part of the Varsity Blondes act, she will continue appearing on AEW programming alongside the budding tag team. 

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