Recently, we talked to you about how All Elite Wrestling has hired a new name within its roster, we are talking about the legendary Knockout Madison Rayne. The five-time Impact Wrestling Champion, also known for battling WWE in the second edition of the Mae Young Classic and Ring of Honor, will now make her AEW debut as an in-house coach to make the necessary improvements within the category.
Apparently, though, Rayne's involvement will not only be backstage but also on-screen given the upcoming in-ring debut through the next episode of AEW Rampage, which airs this Friday. Apparently, the former Beautiful People will face Leila Gray after an altercation with Jade Cargill during the Rampage tapings.
New details on Madison Rayne
We will therefore soon find out how Madison Rayne's debut in AEW will be handled and we will also understand how her final days in Impact Wrestling will be managed. Madison Rayne is part of the stable The Influence and, after losing the female tag team titles, she and Tenille Dashwood have added Giselle Shaw to their stable.
The latter, however, attracted the wrath of Masha Slamovich who has slowly faced and defeated each of them, supposedly putting an end to what was a stable capable of giving light to the Knockouts World Tag Team Championships thanks to the feud staged against the Inspiration.
In anticipation of the episode, we invite you to stay tuned to our site to catch up on what happened in AEW Dynamite last night where a new # 1 contender to the kingdom was determined by Jon Moxley's Interim Champion, the next challenger to the title TNT of Wardlow, but above all, an all too important event has shaken the internal balance of the Undisputed Elite and therefore created the right level of tension regarding the relationship between Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish, Matt & Nick Jackson.
Developments that will certainly involve what will make the Trios belts protagonists ready to debut and to have their first absolute champions at ALL OUT in September, also in Chicago. After spending several months alongside her husband, Josh Mathews, on commentary for IMPACT, Rayne is moving on.
"This business... I have given it so many years of my life, but it has given infinitely more back to me," Madison Rayne said. "In the sense that, for the first seven years of my daughter's life, I haven't been sitting behind a desk, and committed to a structured schedule."