That could be interesting. There are a lot of wrestlers around the world today and several of them are involved in one of the biggest promotions in the world. A lot more of them would like to get there though and thanks to the amount of places where you can see wrestling these days, there is more exposure than ever. One name who has made several appearances might have impressed the right people.
One of the best things about AEW has been the ability to showcase so many more wrestlers than in previous years. The company has offered a new national television outlet, which is a lot more than so many other promotions have been able to do. As a result, wrestling fans have seen able to see some very talented wrestlers, even if they are not from AEW. That is the case with someone from another promotion, who might be moving elsewhere soon.
AEW’s Serena Deeb won the NWA Women’s Title from Thunder Rosa at Tuesday’s UWN Primetime Live event. According to Dave Meltzer, the win was expected as both AEW and WWE have shown interest in Rosa. This comes after Rosa appeared on AEW programming, including facing Hikaru Shida in a champion vs. champion match. There is no word on where Rosa intends to sign.
Serena Deeb of AEW (sorry) won the NWA women's title from Thunder Rosa tonight. We did hear about this likely happening and that both WWE & AEW had interest in her.
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) October 28, 2020
She would fit in anywhere. Check out what Rosa can do in the ring:
Opinion: This could be interesting and I’m rather glad to see it happen. Rosa is someone who is one of the best younger stars in women’s wrestling today and could do some great things in either promotion. The fact that the NWA and AEW have a bit of a relationship would make me think that Rosa dropping the title suggests her going to WWE, but that is just playing detective.
Where should Rosa go? Where should she go? Let us know in the comments below.
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