Top 6 AEW Superstars And Their Wives’ Professions Ft. Jon Moxley, Adam Copeland

Many AEW stars, much like their rival promotion, WWE, have the privilege to be finding comfort and love with their co-workers. However, there is a handful bunch of stars in the locker room who do not have their better halves on the road with them, seeing them only a few times a week due to their obligations as an in-ring performer.

Here are 6 AEW stars’ wives and their body of work, some of them being different from their male counterparts:

1. AEW star Adam Copeland’s wife Beth Phoenix

The reigning AEW TNT Champion, Adam Copeland has been married to WWE Hall of Famer, Beth Phoenix who has been credited as a trailblazer for the Women’s Revolution in WWE. She was known for her dominance and pure strength and despite taking retirement, The Glamazon has made her return to the ring a few times, on some occasions with Adam as well.


However, she took a backseat from professional wrestling dedicating herself to being a full-time mother, taking care of her two little girls while continuing to be in excellent physical shape.

2. AEW star Jon Moxley’s wife Renee Paquette

Jon Moxley and Renee Paquette began their relationship during their time in WWE. The couple dated for a few years before tying the knot in 2017. After Moxley joined AEW in 2019, Paquette remained with the company for a while, before taking her exit and joining her husband on the AEW roster as a backstage interviewer in 2022.


3. Christopher Daniels’ wife Lisa Collelew

Veteran AEW star and Head of Talent Relations Christopher Daniels has been a part of several promotions in his illustrious career, namely, WCW, WWE, TNA, and now Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling. But before embarking on the journey of a professional wrestler, Daniels married his wife Lisa Collelew in 1993 who was an actress and as revealed by Christopher himself, played a pivotal role in kicking off his dreams to make it as a top in-ring performer.

4. AEW star Sting’s wife Sabine Glenn

The legend of Sting has been so remarkable that it has often overshadowed his family and its members’ working culture. While The Icon has carved out an illustrious career, wrestling for companies like WCW, WWE, and finally AEW where he hung up his wrestling boots at last month’s AEW Revolution, his second wife, Sabine Glenn had a completely different profession.

Stinger’s wife is from Germany and according to her profile on Facebook, she had a stint as a personal trainer in the past and is currently serving as an Executive Assistant at Dorado Exploration.


5. Christian Cage’s wife Denise Hartmann

The Patriarch of AEW, Christian Cage has undergone a major career resurgence ever since he joined AEW in 2021, with the former World champion reaching unprecedented heights of success. Despite being credited as a veteran of the business, Christian has kept his personal life away from the spotlight.

His wife, Denise Hartmann, whom he has been married to for over two decades, was previously a model. Cage and Denise met during his WWE tour in England and have been a close unit ever since.

6. Jake Hager’s wife Catalina White

Jake Hager has been a notable figure in the wrestling world, winning multiple championships and accolades and being a fixture of the AEW roster today. Moreover, his wife, Catalina White has also tried her luck between the ropes with a short stint in WWE and other promotions across the world.


Furthermore, Catalina has been working as a model and has done various campaigns for renowned magazines like FHN, Complex, and Maxim. Apart from that, she also works as a pilates instructor and has even appeared on AEW programming on a few occasions with her husband Jake Hager.

Nikunj Walia

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