Thunder Rosa doesn't know when she'll be able to return to the AEW wrestling ring, but when she does she hopes to do it with a better version of herself. The former AEW Women's World Champion gave up her crown due to a back injury she sustained last year.
In an interview with 'Steven's Wrestling Journey', she revealed what aspect she is trying to improve.
Thunder Rosa wants to shine
On her goals in anticipation of her return, Thunder Rosa: "I want to get better at promos so I can spend more screen time.
I'm taking acting lessons, singing lessons and more. I want to show the world that I can do so many things. I plan to doing radio, TV and music. I have so many things that can make me improve my character. I can only become solid in the ring if I work more on my mic skills.
However, I can't wait to come back and see everyone backstage." Previously, many criticized that AEW underused Thunder Rosa during their run as Women's Champion. The construction of some of her matches, such as her feud with Serena Deeb, also left a lot to be desired even if her skills in the ring have never been questioned.
Rosa's last match, before her injury, took place on the August 10, 2022 episode of Dark Elevatiom, teaming with Toni Storm and Hikaru Shida to defeat Emi Sakura, Marina Shafir and Nyla Rose. As for his last singles match, it took place against Jamie Hayter at the PPV Battle of the Belts on August 5, 2022.
Also, in a recent appearance on "Busted Open Radio", Thunder Rosa revealed that he will be back on tour with AEW in the future after recovering from his injury. She however she is at the moment she will not perform on television as she is not ready to wrestle yet.
AEW Women's World Champion Thunder Rosa recently spoke about the notable WWE veterans who gave their vital backstage advice to help her become better. "Dustin Rhodes has been my coach ever since I got there. When I'm struggling with certain ideas, I go with Dean Malenko.
He always has great ways for finishers or like transitions to move from one to another," Rosa said. "I have a very good relationship with Mercedes Martinez. She's very humble and she explains things in a way where anybody can understand without taking anything personal.
Her interpersonal skills are great. I love talking to her about ideas or things that I need to work on because of the veteran that she is."