Jade in June 2018
|Birth name||Avery Davis|
|Born||March 19, 1992 (age 26) |
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
|Resides||San Diego, California, United States|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Sienna Jade|
|Billed height||5 ft 7 in|
|Billed weight||137 lbs|
|Billed from||San Diego, California|
|Debut||November 8th, 2010|
Avery Davis (born March 19, 1992), better known by the ring name Sienna Jade, is a Canadian professional wrestler currently signed to Elite Answers Wrestling. She is most known for her tenure on the now defunct Empire brand where she reigned as the EAW Unified Women's World Champion. She also teams with Kassidy Heart, forming the collective known as the Jaded Hearts.
Prior to EAW, Davis was employed by the now-defunct REVOLT! Pro Combat in which she was the inaugural and only REVOLT! Freeweight Champion as well as the final EAW Unified Women's World Champion. After REVOLT!'s merge with EAW, all of REVOLT!'s championships were acknowledged as valid reigns in EAW. She held the Freeweight Championship until Pain for Pride XI, where she was defeated by Stephanie Matsuda who, with her victory, unified it with the EAW Women's World Championship. Davis also won numerous championships and tournaments during her time on the independent circuit.
- 1 Early life
- 2 Professional wrestling career
- 2.1 Early career
- 2.2 REVOLT! Pro Combat; Freeweight Champion (2017-2018)
- 2.3 Elite Answers Wrestling (2018-present)
- 2.3.1 Terminus; Pursuit of the tag titles
- 2.3.2 Pain for Pride Festival
- 2.3.3 Empire Tag Team Champions; Jaded Wolfe Hearts; Career crossroads
- 2.3.4 Tag Team Grand Prix; Unified Tag Team Championships
- 2.3.5 Feud with Madison Kaline & Astraea Jordan; Women's World Championship
- 2.3.6 Feud with Cleopatra
- 2.3.7 Feud with Raven Roberts
- 3 Other media
- 4 Personal life
- 5 In wrestling
- 6 Championships and accomplishments
Davis was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and lived there up until she was 18 years old. She was born into a wealthy family where she was the only child. From her childhood years to her teens, she was trained in mixed martial arts.
Professional wrestling career
Davis began pursuing wrestling at the age of 16. She trained two years in Calgary, Alberta before moving to Guadalajara, Mexico on her 18th birthday to learn the styles and culture of Lucha Libre. Infatuated by the Strong Style movement in Japan, she moved to Tokyo in 2013 in order to further evolve her wrestling skills. At the end of 2016, she returned to the United States and resided in San Diego, California where she performed in the independent circuit under the name Sienna Jade.
REVOLT! Pro Combat; Freeweight Champion (2017-2018)
Debut; REVOLT 1; Freeweight Championship
Jade made her REVOLT debut on January 5th, 2018 at the REVOLT showcase event, Terminal 5. She defeated Nina Sinada in dominant fashion. Sienna headlined the very first ever televised REVOLT event on January 13th, the premiere of the flagship brand Resurgence. She faced Aria Jaxon, who she defeated in another quick and dominant effort, eventually running her out of the company with her constant efforts to make her time in REVOLT as uncomfortable as possible. That match kickstarted her stardom and marked the beginning of her stranglehold on the freeweight division and eventually the industry as a whole. The following week on an episode of Rebellion, Sienna used that momentum to politic her way into being placed into the Freeweight Championship match at REVOLT 1, much to the dismay of Madison Kaline and Ms. Extreme, two women who also played key parts in taking out Aria and wanted credit. The three women went back and forth about who deserved a shot at the title, Talib Bari would then grant Sienna the opportunity due to the fact that she was the one who actually pinned Aria. The other two were placed in a number one contenders match on the following week to determine who the other competitor would be. Ms. Extreme won the match and the feud between Ms. Extreme and Sienna was born. The following week, Sienna found herself in singles action against a young rising star by the name of Kassidy Heart where she was defeated thanks to interference from Ms. Extreme. This match stuck out to Sienna however as Kassidy's performance left a lasting impression on her. Sienna would get revenge by costing Ms. Extreme a match against Lexi Sheckler. They would go onto have a contract signing which ended in the two ladies coming to blows. At REVOLT 1, Sienna Jade defeated Ms. Extreme to become the first and only REVOLT Freeweight Champion in history.
Freeweight Champion; REVOLT 2; Formation of Jaded Hearts
At the very same event that Sienna won her Freeweight Championship, a number one contenders match for the championship was held which saw Lexi Sheckler walk out victorious and be first in line for a shot against the pending inaugural champion. Their feud kicked off on the February 24th edition of Resurgence, where they got into a verbal confrontation resulting in Sheckler getting one up over Sienna with an unexpected attack. The following week, Sienna was placed into a tag team match alongside the up and coming Kassidy Heart taking on Lexi Sheckler and Riley McCray. Sienna approached Kassidy condescendingly initially but in their conversation they would come to the realization that they actually had a lot in common, including a hatred for Lexi Sheckler. This would mark the beginning of the bond between the two ladies as they gelled as a team and became one of REVOLT's biggest unexpected surprises, forming a team known as The Jaded Hearts. They won their first match together and they never looked back. Kassidy was then indirectly placed into the middle of the Sheckler and Jade feud as The Jaded Hearts would have different run-ins with Sheckler in the buildup to Sienna's match with her. It was announced on the same week REVOLT 2 was taking place, that EAW had purchased REVOLT, thus making all REVOLT talent members of EAW. Sienna Jade was included in that and her championship reign carried over to EAW as well. Five days after the acquisition was announced, Sienna Jade faced off against Lexi Sheckler in a highly anticipated bout where she successfully defeated Sheckler and ended her professional wrestling career.
Elite Answers Wrestling (2018-present)
Terminus; Pursuit of the tag titles
Pain for Pride Festival
Empire Tag Team Champions; Jaded Wolfe Hearts; Career crossroads
Tag Team Grand Prix; Unified Tag Team Championships
Feud with Madison Kaline & Astraea Jordan; Women's World Championship
Feud with Cleopatra
Feud with Raven Roberts
Davis made her video game debut on EAW 2k19 as a playable character from the Empire roster.
Davis began dating legendary EAW Hall of Famer Impact in early 2018.
Davis is fluent in both Spanish, English and understands Japanese due to her years in Mexico and Japan.
Outside of wrestling, Davis is an advocate for victims of human trafficking and has been noted to use her platform to bring awareness to the issue.
- Finishing moves
- RDG (Bridging fisherman suplex)
- Raw Sienna (Springboard dropkick)
- Temptress (Double underhook crossface)
- Signature moves
- Starstruck (Moonsault from the top rope)
- Back rake -- with theatrics
- Clapback (Back-to-back backbreaker)
- Witches Hammer (Ripcord rolling elbow)
- Stiff kick to opponent's back
- Multiple DDT variations
- Stiff knees to opponent's midsection
- Shining Wizard
- Running apron knee lift
- Northern Lights suplex
- Camel Clutch
- Fujiwara armbar
- "Rose from the Devil's Garden"
- Entrance themes
- "Resurge" by Gone Is Gone (REVOLT!, EAW; December 28th, 2017-June 7th, 2018)
- "Sweet Leaf" by Black Sabbath (EAW; June 14th-August 9th, 2018)
- "FUU" by Dream Wife (EAW; August 9th, 2018- February 2nd, 2019)
- "Unfuckwithable" by Deez Nuts (EAW; February 2nd, 2019 - Present)
Championships and accomplishments
REVOLT! Pro Combat
- REVOLT! Pro Combat Freeweight Championship (1 time; inaugural champion, final champion)
Elite Answers Wrestling
- EAW Unified Womens World Championship (1 time, current)
- EAW Unified Tag Team Championship (1 time, current) -- with Kassidy Heart
- EAW Empire Tag Team Championship (1 time) -- with Kassidy Heart
- 2018 EAW Female Elitist of the Year