Audrey Marie

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Audrey Marie
Audrey Marie 2014 QoC2.jpg
Audrey Marie in June 2014
Birth name Ashley Miller
Born September 17, 1987 (age 27)
Houston, Texas[1]
Resides Tampa, Florida
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Audrey Marie[2]
Billed height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[2][1]
Billed weight 120 lb (54 kg)[1]
Billed from

Dallas, Texas
El Durado, Arizona[2]
Houston, Texas

[1]
Trained by Bill DeMott
Norman Smiley
Ricky Steamboat
Terry Taylor
Debut June 9, 2011[3]

Ashley Miller[3] (born September 17, 1987) is an American professional wrestler and model. She is best known for her time with WWE in their developmental territory NXT Wrestling under the ring name Audrey Marie. She defeated Aksana to win the FCW Florida Divas Championship but dropped the title to Raquel Diaz.[4]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE[edit]

Developmental territories (2011–2013)[edit]

Miller made her in-ring debut on June 9 episode of FCW TV under the name Audrey Marie, doing so as a heel in a tag team match with the villainous Sonia in a losing effort to AJ Lee and Aksana.[3] On June 28, she won her first match teaming up with Aksana and Maxine against Leah West, Naomi, and Caylee Turner.[3] On the August 14 episode of FCW TV, Marie competed in a six diva tag team match with Sonia and Raquel Diaz being defeated by Caylee Turner, AJ and Kaitlyn.[5] The next week of FCW TV, Marie (now a babyface) and Kaitlyn were defeated in a diva tag team match against Naomi and Caylee Turner.[6] On the September 1 episode of FCW TV, Marie defeated Aksana in singles competition to win her first FCW Divas Championship, making it her first title in FCW.[3][4] On the November 3 episode of FCW TV Marie successfully defended her title against Naomi.[3] Over a week later on the November 13 episode of FCW TV, Marie lost a divas tag team match with Cameron Lynn against then Queen of FCW Aksana and Caylee Turner.[7] On the December 11 episode of FCW TV, Marie successfully defended her Divas Championship against Naomi, but lost the title on December 15 episode to Raquel Diaz.[3][4][8] On the January 1, 2012 episode of FCW TV, Marie competed in a triple threat match against AJ and Aksana, with AJ getting the pin on Marie.[9][10] Marie was successful in six diva battle royal match on the January 5 episode of FCW TV.[11] On the January 15 episode of FCW TV, Marie defeated Caylee Turner in singles competition.[12] On the January 18 episode of FCW TV, Audrey and Kaitlyn were successful in a diva tag team match against Raquel Diaz and Sofia Cortez.[13] On the January 22 episode of FCW TV, Marie dropped the Divas Championship to Raquel Diaz after losing to her in a title vs title match.[12][14] Marie tried to regain the title in a triple threat match on the February 2 episode of FCW TV against Raquel Diaz and Sofia Cortez, but was unsuccessful.[3] Marie then teamed with Kaitlyn on the February 5 episode of FCW TV defeating the team of Raquel Diaz and Sofia Cortez.[15][16] Over the next couple of months Marie would unsuccessfully challenge Raquel Diaz for the FCW Divas Championship.[3][17][18][19] On June 3 episode of FCW TV, Marie appeared backstage in Summer Rae office with Caylee Turner, when Rae announced she will get shot at Raquel Diaz's FCW Divas Championship, which later was announced she will have to face Paige in a #1 contenders match.[20] Over the next couple of weeks, Marie would face Paige in singles match defeating her on several occasions.[21][22] On the final episode of FCW TV on 15 July, Paige and Marie ended their feud with Marie victorious in a no disqualification match.[23]

WWE went on to rebrand its developmental territory, FCW, into NXT Wrestling.[24] Marie's NXT television debut took place on the August 1 episode of the sixth season of WWE NXT taped at Full Sail University, where she lost to Raquel Diaz.[25] On the September 20 episode of NXT, Marie teamed up with Paige and defeated Alicia Fox and Kaitlyn.[26] On the October 24 episode of NXT, Marie teamed again with Paige against Fox and Layla, but poor teamwork cost them the match.[27] On the November 28, 2012 episode of NXT, Marie won her first televised match, defeating Emma, while transitioning into a villainess.[28] In late January 2013, fellow NXT wrestler Sasha Banks began receiving letters from a "secret admirer".[29] On the February 20 episode of NXT, the admirer was revealed to be a scheming Marie, who promptly ambushed Banks; Marie had been jealous of Banks' success in NXT while she herself had been out injured. Marie went on to defeat Banks in her return match later that episode.[30] Marie's feud with Banks ended on the April 3 episode of NXT, when Marie teamed with Summer Rae against Banks and Paige. Marie was pinned after Rae ran away from the match.[31] On May 17, 2013, Marie was released;[32] her last televised match was a loss to Emma on the May 29 episode of NXT which was taped before her release.[33]

Independent circuit (2014–present)[edit]

On June 13, 2014, Marie made her first independent appearance in women's promotion Queens of Combat as a face, losing to Heather Patera in her debut match for the promotion.[34][35]

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

References[edit]

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