Serena Deeb

by John Max 28 Aug,2021
Serena Deeb

Serena Deeb is an American professional wrestler who is best known for her first stint with WWE, under the SmackDown brand. Currently, she is signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Also, she appears in the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) where she won NWA Worlds Women's Champion.

Fairfax, Virginia native, Serena Deeb was born on 29th June 1986, under the star sign Cancer. The thirty-five years old holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background. She stands 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m) tall and weighs 130 lb (59 kg). 

How Much Is Serena Deeb's Net Worth In 2021?

It's been sixteen years that Serena Deeb is active in professional wrestling. During his stint with WWE, she earned $100,000 per annum.  In 2020, she signed to All Elite Wrestling where she is assumed to make the same as WWE. 

Outside the ring, Deeb is a yoga instructor. The average salary for a Yoga Instructor is $31.00 per hour in the United States.

As of 2021, Serena Deeb's Net Worth is approximately $0.5 million. 

Is Serena Deeb Married?

The answer is under the shades just like her love life. There is less to no information about her relationship or boyfriend. The public knows only her stage life. 

Active on Instagram with 29.9K followers, Serene Deeb's IG page is all about her wrestling and yoga. Seems like the wrestler enjoys her personal life behind the camera. 

Early Years

Deeb started falling for wrestling when she was eleven after watching a World Wrestling Federation show. But her main passion as a child was soccer. She actively pursued wrestling at 18.

In 2004, Serena Deeb graduated from Oakton High School.

Though she started training for wrestling at her 18, Deeb coupled this with an academic career, doing a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish until graduating in 2008 from Indiana University Southeast.

Professional Wrestling Career

Serena started her wrestling career in the OVW Wrestling School. She debuted on the November 4 OVW house show, teaming with Fuji Cakes in a losing effort against Shelly Martinez and Beth Phoenix. Overall, she was a six-time Women's Champion at Ohio Valley Wrestling.

After that she began working with Shimmer Women Athletes where she bagged a one-time WNC Women's Champion. In early 2009, she appeared in the fledgling all-female Wrestlicious promotion.

In 2010, she returned to Shimmer. However, she suffered an injury and missed the 2012 but made her return for Shimmer Women Athletes as part of WrestleCon on April 6, 2013.

On 13th July 2017, Deeb returned to WWE as part of the first Mae Young Classic which was her first match since 2015.

On 8th February 2018, Deeb signed to WWE to become a coach at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. On 15th April 2020, she was released, amid company-wide cutbacks due to the 2019–2020 coronavirus pandemic.

After that, she joined All Elite Wrestling in 2020.

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