Ruby Soho Injury

American professional wrestler Dori Elizabeth Prange, better known by her ring name Ruby Soho, is signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Ruby Riott is the ring moniker she used while she was a professional wrestler for WWE.

Prange has wrestled in the independent circuit for promoters like Shimmer Women Athletes, Shine Wrestling, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), and IWA Mid-South, and she has also appeared in World Wonder Ring Stardom (aka “Stardom”) as Heidi Lovelace.


During the conclusion of the mixed tag match at AEW’s just concluded All Out PPV, Ruby Soho broke her nose. Soho was knocked out after taking a Tay KO from Melo. As Melo pinned her, she instinctively covered her face with her hands; the referee, Rick Knox, came over to see how she was doing. Leaving the ringside area, Soho walked away with her hands over her face, as if she had been harmed.

Soho had a nasty-looking fall when Sammy Guevara dropped her in the middle of a move earlier in the event, landing on her neck. The match between Guevara and Melo and Ortiz and Soho was the third and final installment of a trilogy that began on the August 26 episode of Rampage and ended with Guevara and Melo retaining the AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship.

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Ruby Soho Injury

Prange revealed that she plans to keep the name Ruby for her role and that she has no intention of reverting to the Heidi Lovelace ring name, which she never liked and never proposed.

She said that she was inspired to choose the name Ruby by the Rancid song of the same name, Ruby Soho, but that WWE now owned the ring name Ruby Riott. Lars Fredriksen, one of the hosts of the podcast and a member of the band Rancid, suggested she use the ring name Ruby Soho and promised to clear the song legally so that she could use it as her entrance theme in the ring. Name change announced on Prange’s Instagram.

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Prange, now known as Ruby Soho, debuted with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) on September 5 at the promotions All Out pay-per-view in Chicago as the surprise Joker entrant in the women’s Casino Battle Royale match. She defeated Thunder Rosa in the first round of the match, earning a shot at the AEW Women’s World Championship, which was held at the time by Britt Baker.

Soho’s championship match loss against Baker at Grand Slam on September 22 was due to intervention from Baker’s teammates Jamie Hayter and Rebel. One month later, she competed in a tournament to determine the inaugural AEW TBS champion, however she lost to Jade Cargill in the championship bout. In the AEW Owen Hart Cup event, she reached the final as well but lost to Britt Baker in a match decided by Double or Nothing.

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