Professional wrestling career
Born in Washington D.C., Rose attended the KYDA Pro Training School, trained in West Virginia. Her instructors included John Kerman, C.A. Elliott, Christian York and Xander Maddox. She made her in-ring debut on December 8, 2012. During her rookie year in August 2013, Rose won her first singles title after winning Covey Promotions' Women's Championship. She went on to win the CP Women's title twice more, becoming a three-time champion. Rose also became a two-time Warriors Of Wrestling Women's Champion and won the Women's Championship title in the United Pro Wrestling Association. She also won World Domination Wrestling Alliance's WDWA West Virginia Championship. Rose also wrestled internationally, including Japan's Marvelous That's Women Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling ZERO1 and Pro Wrestling WAVE promotions.
All Elite Wrestling (2019-present)
During February 2019, it was announced Rose signed a full-time contract with All Elite Wrestling. The news produced greater headlines as Nyla Rose became the first transgender to be signed to a major promotion. On May 25, Rose made her AEW debut at AEW Double or Nothing, competing in a four-way match against Britt Baker, Awesome Kong and Kylie Rae. The following month, she returned on June 29 at Fyter Fest, competing in a triple threat match against Riho and Yuka Sakazaki. On October 2 during the series premiere of AEW Dynamite, Nyla competed against Riho for the vacant AEW Women's World Championship, ending with Riho scoring an upset victory to become the first AEW Women's Champion. Rose retaliated during the attempted post-match interview, in which she power-bombed the interviewer before turning her attempted revenge towards Riho. She was repelled by Riho's mentor Kenny Omega, intervening on Riho's behalf until Rose was escorted away from the ring by an AEW official.
Rose has starred in the Canadian comedy series, The Switch.
Rose is a Native American of Oneida decent. She openly identifies herself as a transgender woman. She is also an avid video game player, citing The Legend of Zelda series as her favorite games.
- Signature and Finishing moves
- Entrance Music
- "The Native Beast"
- "The Barbie Breaker"
- "The American Kaiju"
- Managers and valets
- Teams and stables
Championships and accomplishments
- AEW Women's World Championship (1 time)
- CP Women's Championship (3 times)
- PWI ranked her #66 in the 2019 PWI Top 100 Females
- UPWA Women's Championship (1 time)
- WDWA West Virginia Championship (1 time)
- WOW Women's Championship (2 times)