Priscilla Zuniga (July 14, 1991), better known by the ring name Diamante, is a Cuban-American professional wrestler currently performing for All Elite Wrestling. She is also known for her time with Impact Wrestling and on the independent circuit under the ring name Angel Rose.

Professional wrestling career

Early Career (2008-2012)

Rose debuted in 2008 competiting in Independent Championship Wrestling. During her first five years in ICW, she won the Women's title four times, beginning her first reign on July 19, 2008 after defeating Kellie to win the vacant title at ICW Crossing The Line 2008. Her second title reign began on January 16, 2010 at ICW Battle Rumble 2010 when she defeated Stud Magnum. She won her next title reign on November 6, 2010 at ICW Lethal Lottery 2010 after winning a triple threat match against defending champion Calypso and Santana G. Rose had a one-time title reign with the ICW Hard Knocks Championship beginning on December 17, 2010 and ending on February 19, 2011. Her final ICW match of her first run in the promotion was on November 16, 2012 at ICW Raging Controversy - Supercard Of Wrestling where she challenged for the ICW Hard Knocks Championship in a Falls Count Anywhere Triple Threat match against defending champion J-Dawg Brooks (match-winner) and TC Read.

World Wrestling Entertainment (2017)

NXT (2017)

On February 22, debuting under the ring name Priscilla Zuniga, she was defeated in a singles match by Asuka.

Impact Wrestling (2017–2019)

Zuniga joined Impact Wrestling as part of The Latin American Xchange in March 2017, and made her debut along with the rest of the group on the March 23 episode of Impact Wrestling under the ring name Diamante. On the April 6 episode of Impact Wrestling, Diamante made her in-ring debut, participating in a gauntlet match to become number one contender for the Impact Wrestling Knockouts Championship, but was eliminated by Brandi Rhodes. During their feud with Alberto El Patron, she and Homicide (LAX) beat El Hijo on July 20. In July 2017, Diamante suffered a knee injury and underwent surgery to repair her left ACL and was out of action for the rest of the year. She returned to Impact on the August 25, 2018 episode of Xplosion in a match against Su Yung, but then was released on January 28, 2019.

In the spring of 2019, Diamante fully recovered from her injury and began wrestling on the American independent scene again.

All Elite Wrestling (2020–present)

Diamante made her in-ring debut on the 16th episode of AEW Dark on January 15, 2020. The event, on the campus of the University of Miami Hurricanes, was a singles match between herself and Big Swole, which she lost. Diamante made her AEW Dynamite debut on July 22, 2020 with a win over Ivelisse. This victory would earn her a non-title match against the AEW Women's Champion Hikaru Shida, however, Diamante was unsuccessful.

Diamante would begin teaming with Ivelisse in the AEW Women's Tag Team Cup Tournament after they were paired together in The Deadly Draw. The team would advance to the finals after defeating Rachael Ellering and Dasha Gonzalez in the first round, and Tay Conti and Anna Jay in the semi-finals. They would ultimately win the tournament defeating The Nightmare Sisters (Allie and Brandi Rhodes) in the finals. Diamante and Ivelisse would again team up on the November 24, 2020 episode of Dark, defeating Lady Frost and "Bionic Beast" Jenna.

Personal life

On July 20, 2019, it was announced that Diamante is in a relationship with fellow professional wrestler Kiera Hogan.

In wrestling

  • Entrance themes
    • "Bring Me to Life" by Evanescence featuring Paul McCoy (ICW; July 19, 2008 – August 27, 2011)
    • "E.T." (Oktored Dubstep Remix) by Katy Perry (ICW; September 24, 2011 – June 20, 2015)
    • "Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel)" by Asking Alexandria (Independent circuit; September 19, 2015 – present)
    • "Poppin' Non-Stop" by Photronique (NXT; March 22, 2017)
    • "LAX" by Dale Oliver feat. Konnan (Impact Wrestling; used as a member of The Latin American Xchange)
    • "In The Clip" by All Elite Wrestling (AEW)

Championships and accomplishments

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