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Brianna Rae Sparrey

Born on August 25, 1992, she is an American professional wrestler, better known as Kylie Rae who competes in Impact Wrestling and the independent circuit.

Early life

Sparrey graduated from Oak Forest High School in 2010, where he played softball.

Before becoming a full-time professional wrestler, Sparrey also worked as a stuntwoman, performing stunts for the movie Divergent and the television series Shameless.


Independent circuit (2016-present)

Kylie Rae made her professional wrestling debut on a Reality of Wrestling TV shoot on 19 March 2016, defeating Ivory Robin to win the ROW Diamond Championship.8 Rae received a WWE tryout in February 2018.9

On 5 January 2019, Rae got a tryout for the Progress Women’s World Championship against Jordynne Grace and was defeated.10

On 21 September 2019, Rae returned to Freelance Wrestling, defeating Isaias Velazquez.

On 12 September 2020, Rae defeated Tessa Blanchard to win the Women’s Warrior Wrestling Championship.11

Impact Wrestling (2019-present)

On October 20th 2019, Rae made a surprise appearance in Impact Wrestling at the Bound for Glory event entering the 17th «Call Your Shot» Gauntlet and was eliminated by Mahabali Shera.

On March 31st 2020, it was announced that Ray had signed a long-term agreement with Impact Wrestling.

All Elite Wrestling (2019)

On February 8 during the All Elite Wrestling rally in Las Vegas, Brandi Rhodes announced that Kylie Rae and Nyla Rose had also signed up for the promotion. After some comments from Rae, she was interrupted by Rose and the two had a confrontation, but were separated before a fight could occur. On 25 May, Rae made her first appearance at the inaugural Double or Nothing event which pitted her against Awesome Kong, Nyla Rose and was defeated by Dr Britt Baker.12

She was hired to have a fight against Leva Bates at the next event, Fyter Fest. However, after Double or Nothing, Rae deleted her entire social networking account and cancelled the fight, being replaced by Allie. During the press conference after All Out, Tony Khan announced that he had requested his release from the AEW, which was granted.