AEW could unify two titles



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AEW could unify two titles

Speaking to Sportsnaut, current AEW champion Thunder Rosa was asked about a potential title unification match against TBS champion Jade Cargill and she replied, "I don't know regarding title unification, but if we could ...

it would be great if we could be the main event of a pay-per-view. It would be absolutely great to be a part of it. I just participated in a pay-per-view where I was part of the only women's match on the [AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door] card.

It's a big problem. I was put in very difficult situations and was able to rise to the occasion." She also mentioned, "Sometimes, I don't think about it much, honestly, I enjoy the run and I enjoy the moment. I like to carry my title and do things like this and co-promote and represent women because, by coming back to Combate, they really push women.

1/3 of their list is women. They have the nights where women are headlining and it's great that I can work with companies that are progressive like that. I know that Tony Khan has some plans for the future and that he is spreading information here and there, but we will see what he has in mind."

AEW has tons of ideas

Moreover, there's a possibility that AEW won't renew particular wrestlers' contracts.

While wrestlers like Big Swole mutually parted ways with AEW, other wrestlers' contracts are set to expire in the coming months. In her latest speech to the Wrestling Inc site microphones, the champion Bianca Belair wanted to leave her interlocutors speechless, also going to talk about the possibility of unifying the two female WWE titles, as done with those of couples and men, currently in possession of the Usos and Roman Reigns, but still with separate belts.

In fact, during the interview, Bianca stated: "I mean, listen, I was able to do a lot of things in the short time I was here. So, this is another thing not yet done, which I can add to my resume. I wish I had two belts on both of my shoulders.

I mean, gold is my favorite color, then." Sure, this title unification thing has become popular since Bloodline recently rolled it out, but a lot of fans aren't in favor of this title management so companies need to be very careful.

In November, Ember Moon was released from her WWE contract. Moon was one of the more interesting female wrestlers to come out of NXT, but she never significantly impacted the main roster.