Thunder Rosa finally became AEW Women’s World Champion on March 16, 2022, by snatching the belt from her biggest rival in the company, Britt Baker. According to an update from the well-known website WhatCulture, the luchadora would currently be a bit frustrated with how the company is booking her on television from week to week.
The site writes: "Unnamed sources close to the situation state that the reigning AEW Women's World Champion has become very frustrated with how little she has been onscreen. This was exacerbated by Wednesday's episode of Dynamite, on which Thunder Rosa received no focus despite her well-received match with Serena Deeb at Double Or Nothing 2022 (29 May).
While this week's Dynamite was heavy on Double Or Nothing fallout, it didn't feature any form of segment featuring the Women's World Champion. It was put to WhatCulture that Dynamite made it feel like the Deeb match "didn't happen at all."
Latest update on Thunder Rosa
On the March 16 episode of Dynamite, Thunder Rosa defeated Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D., to become the AEW Women's World Champion for the first time in her career. WhatCulture went on to say, "After using her Double Or Nothing ring attire to honor the 21 people who tragically lost their lives in the May 24 school shooting in Uvalde, Texas,Thunder Rosa was not invited to the post-ppv press conference.
This is another source of frustration for the AEW women's world champion, who is planning to auction off her gear for the benefit of the families of the Uvalde victims, even though she was not given the opportunity to speak at the conference.
press. […] We have been informed that while Rosa's frustration is not to the point that she is about to leave the promotion, her situation has left her upset and confused." In an update, PWInsider reporter Mike Johnson said, “The word making the rounds is that Rosa was at the taping but wasn’t feeling well and was sent home to convalesce by the company’s doctor. For those who asked if she was injured at Double or Nothing, we are told that was not the case."