Three more women’s champions we would like to see work with AEW

AEW, Hikaru Shida (photo courtesy of AEW)
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Taya Valkyrie

AEW already has some kind of working relationship with AAA because Kenny Omega is the current Mega Champion. “The Best Bout Machine” defended the title in a phenomenal match against Sammy Guevara on the March 25 episode of Dynamite.

So, it should be a no-brainer for the AAA Reina de Reinas Champion, Taya Valkyrie, to make an appearance, as well. The longest-reigning IMPACT Knockouts Champion won the title last September when she defeated Tessa Blanchard in the promotion’s show at Madison Square Garden, Lucha Invades NY.

Valkyrie is a high-profile star due to her work with IMPACT, but she has also made several cameos on Being the Elite. So, most fans will definitely be familiar with her. “La Wera Loca” could challenge Hikaru Shida or AEW could do something similar to what they did with Omega.

Allowing another woman on the roster to prove herself in a match against Valkyrie would be a great way to develop someone into a contender.