Chelsea Green
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One of the most popular professional wrestling couples Matt Cardona (Zack Ryder of the WWE) and Chelsea Green can now call themselves, husband and wife. The couple got married at the beginning of this New Year in Las Vegas, Nevada. Several pictures have been released on both the superstars’ social media handles from the ceremony.

Apart from the couple, several Impact Wrestling, AEW, and former WWE stars attended the wedding in person. AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker, AAA Reina de Reinas Championship Deonna Purrazzo, Taya Valkyrie, and John Morrison were among the recognizable faces at the ceremony. All these names are very close to Chelsea Green and Cordona who were also part of their bachelorette programs in the recent past.

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PWInsider also noted that top WWE stars like Dolph Ziggler, Maryse and The Miz were also in attendance in the wedding. Stars who didn’t attend the wedding in person took to social media to send out their congratulations. The likes of Matthew Rehwoldt, formerly known as Aiden English in WWE, Maria Kannellis, Allysin Kay and many more also took the time to send out congratulations tweets to the happy couple.

Chelsea Green and Matt Cardona are currently in Impact

The couple had announced their engagement in April of 2019, during the ongoing global pandemic. They have been dating since 2017 and originally had plans to get the marriage done, last year. But COVID-19 postponed those plans.

At present, both Chelsea Green and Cardona perform for Impact Wrestling. In an angle on the 12/17 episode, Cardona accidentally hit Green with a chair shot while aiming for Moose in a storyline angle. Cardona will eventually challenge for the Impact World Championship against Moose and W. Morrissey on the Hard to Kill PPV in a Triple Threat.

Photos: Ex WWE NXT Star Chelsea Green Got Married In Las Vegas 1

Photos: Ex WWE NXT Star Chelsea Green Got Married In Las Vegas 2

Both Cordona and Chelsea Green were released from their WWE contract amid the COVID-19 issues. During an appearance on Busted Open Radio she gave her reaction on the release from the WWE,

“I had no clue. My initial reaction was that I had no reaction and I just got down to business. I opened up my Pro Wrestling Tees store, then contacted Ring of Honor, NWA, and Impact and stuff. But then later on, slowly as time has gone by, it’s been one of – I just think it was a missed opportunity.”

Arindam Pal

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