AQA is an excellent addition to the AEW women’s division


All Elite Wrestling is doing an exceptional job picking up young talent. It’s with this youth that the company is building for the future. The company added AQA this week shoring up another young name that can become a star of the future.

On this week’s AEW Dynamite, AQA stepped into the ring with Jade Cargill. The outcome of that match was clearly predictable, but fans got to see AQA making it clear that she is ready for opportunities in a major company. Cargill picked up the victory, but AQA didn’t leave completely empty-handed as she was signed to the company days later.

“She’s a shooting star, and now AQA is All Elite,” AEW CEO & president, Tony Khan announced on social media.

WWE had the same opportunity with AQA. She was on that company’s roster a few short months ago, performing under the name Zayda Ramier. WWE recognized her talent because she was frequently booked on NXT, even picking up a big win over Toni Storm back in April of 2021. But after a tag match in June, she was suddenly ushered off the show, never to be seen on WWE television again.

With four years of experience in professional wrestling, AQA has performed for many companies that fans will recognize such as IMPACT Wrestling, RISE, SHIMMER, and more. She’s had matches against names like Tessa Blanchard, Kimber Lee, and another top young prospect, Rok-C.

AEW is an opportunity that should benefit AQA at this point in her career. Platforms such as Dark and Dark Elevation will allow her to gain more reps in an AEW ring to continue honing her craft. Plus, if she can get additional training from the likes of Bryan Danielson like Cargill is as well, that will have an immediate impact on her performance abilities.

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AQA is a very solid signing that surprised a lot of fans. This is a prime opportunity for her to grow her abilities as a professional wrestler, and the company gets another young name to further establish its women’s division.