Charity King and Danni Bee are dynamic on their own, but together, they are a force to be reckoned with.
Sometimes vicious opponents of one another, many times supportive partners who will go to the ends of the earth for one another. Their shared history is already something to draw you into the world of this tag team.
King Bees have been together for two years and have had some awesome matches on the indie scene with teams like Bougie Reality (Madi Wrenkowski and Rache Chanel) and Men’s Revolution, in Mission Pro Wrestling. The synergy, and chemistry that these women have together is must see and something that can make them one of the stronger tag teams going into 2024 and beyond.
Known as both the beauty and the beast, hailing from Houston, Texas. A state that has been going back to their roots over the past three years and producing outstanding wrestlers. Charity King is certainly in that category. King has been trained by some of the best wrestlers from the great state of Texas. Legends like Jazz and Booker T. Even former ROH world women’s champion, Athena has given Charity a few tricks of the trade. So, it’s no surprise that she would have that gritty, hard-nosed style in the ring. With just three years under her belt, Charity is showing that she is a prime candidate for one of the most promising stars in wrestling right now. She’s also using that insane strength and agility to compete in intergender matches that are putting the men on notice.
Hailing from Oklahoma and making her wrestling debut in 2020, Danni has that Midwest charm and warm smile but will hit a switch and take her opponent limit in the ring. She made her AEW debut, against the megastar Jade Cargill, during her TBS championship run in 2023.
Danni's hard work has paid off as she is currently, the New Texas Pro women’s champion.
A solid wrestler, that I believe can have a great run as a babyface in the future.
King Bees NWA Debut
At the request of NWA producer Jazz, King Bees were handpicked to take on Pretty Empowered. Pretty Empowered thought that it was a joke. Until they stepped foot in the ring with these ladies.
Immediately the crowd was taken with the Killer Bees and erupted in a way that even the commentators had never seen for a debuting team. The cohesion that both women have is unmatched. The differences that they bring are refreshing, because it allows us to see what both women bring to the table.
I see a bright future for King Bees as a tag team and it’s great for two reasons.
One, it allows us to have a strong female tag team to draw from, which is not always easy to find. Especially on the indie scene. Two, this level of representation is not always easy to find in modern tag teams. Or to be honest, never for black female wrestlers.
They’re not carbon copies of one another. Both women can and ARE thriving with their solo ambitions. However, when they choose to join forces, they move mountains. Be sure to look out, because the King Bess will be coming to your city!!
Check out this recent WWT interview with one-half of King Bees, Charity King.