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

AEW, Hikaru Shida (photo courtesy of AEW)
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Trish Adora

Why even stick to women’s champions when AEW could bring in F1ght Club Pro‘s inaugural world champion, Trish Adora? The Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Wrestling Champion is quickly becoming someone to keep an eye on.

Adora recently made her PWI 500 debut, coming in at no. 173 on the magazine’s annual ranking of the top 500 professional wrestlers. The DC-native has been trending upward since she won the title back in February and this would be a good chance for her to earn some more exposure.

While AEW’s women’s division has been a hot topic, the company has also been criticized online for its lack of representation. So, working with a new Black-owned independent promotion like F1ght Club Pro could be a win-win scenario.

It would give them the opportunity to promote the Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Wrestling Championship and give a Black world champion the spotlight. This would also be a nice way to make a dream match between Adora and Big Swole a reality and present it on national television.

Deonna Purrazzo

Deonna Purrazzo has been a revelation since she found a new home back in May. After a forgettable stint with WWE, she signed with IMPACT and immediately became a top star.

At Slammiversary, “The Virtuosa” defeated Jordynne Grace to become the new Knockouts Champion. The two also put on a clinic in the first-ever 30-Minute Knockouts Iron Man Match a few weeks later at Emergence.

Before Purrazzo joined WWE full-time, she was supposed to appear at All In, the event that led to the creation of AEW. At the time, she tried to do the show before she started with WWE but she decided to pass on it because she thought the company had something planned for her. During an interview with Fightful, Purrazzo revealed that she regretted the decision when she realized they didn’t.

So, the story kind of writes itself now that “The Virtuosa” is making a name for herself again with IMPACT. Seeing her at an AEW event somewhere down the line would be poetic justice and it would be a perfect way to play into her new arrogant persona.

Even more, this would introduce so many great matchups with women on the AEW roster. Deonna Purrazzo vs. Hikaru Shida alone would be well worth the price of admission.

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What do you think? Let us know which women’s champions you would like to see appear for AEW.