Bea Priestley Signed To AEW, Events To Be Sensory-Inclusive

Bea Priestley AEW
Bea Priestley AEW

Bea Priestley will join AEW’s roster later this year. The upstart promotion has signed the former WOS Women’s Champion, though she will not be competing at Double or Nothing. AEW announced that the promotion’s planned charity event “Fight for the Fallen” will be Priestley’s first date with the organization. No date or location has been announced for the charity event as of yet.

Priestley’s signing was made official on the latest edition of Cody’s YouTube series “Road to Double or Nothing”. AEW also made official their partnership with Kulture City, an organization which strives to make live events accessible for people living with autism, PTSD, anxiety, and stroke survivors. The partnership with Kulture City will aim to help make wrestling accessible for as many people as possible.

Bea Priestley Wrestling Career Thus Far

Priestley is a 3-year pro having begun her career in early 2016.

Bea Priestley Championship History:

  • What Culture Pro Wrestling Women’s Champion (1x)
  • WOS Women’s Champion (1x)
  • Defiant Women’s Champion (1x)

Kulture City and Sensory-Inclusive AEW Events

Learn more about Kulture City on their official website. 

KultureCity® is asking for that acceptance. Little by little, we are changing kulture, and pushing boundaries.

You see for decades, the focus has been on seeing the children as severely handicapped and mentally disabled.

Today however, we are hearing more and more amazing stories about children on the spectrum displaying talents and skills no one believed possible. Some develop computer applications, some play music with amazing talent and some non-speaking children display writing abilities that show a deep understanding of language and life.

None of the above means that raising a child on the spectrum is smooth and easy. The children do present difficulties in a range of areas including medical care, sleep patterns, eating disorders – to cite just a few.


The challenge that our society now faces is helping families capture the array of abilities and talents that the children have while enabling them to cope with the special issues that so commonly mark the children’s lives. It can be done.