Despite Toni Storm's evident contempt for the remainder of AEW's women's division, aside from her alliance with The Outcasts, she remains undeniably a combative AEW Women's Champion. Storm stood proudly at Double Or Nothing with The Outcasts at her side.
Their instrumental role in weakening Jamie Hayter prior to her AEW Women’s Championship defense cannot be overlooked. Hayter was predestined to defend her title against Storm, and thanks to The Outcasts' interference, the path was paved for a match defined by its competitiveness.
Owing to Hayter's physically battered condition and a suspected injury, Storm successfully capitalized, seizing the opportunity to vanquish the English superstar. This victory allowed her to reclaim the title she previously lost at Full Gear in 2022, thereby quenching her thirst for revenge.
Rampage Taping Reveals New Challenger
The aftermath of the thrilling Dynamite in Colorado Springs led to the taping of an exciting edition of Rampage. A four-way match was staged to find a new challenger for Storm and her title.
Anyone eager to know the outcome would have to hold their curiosity until Friday night, or they could divert their attention to the first Collision main event. The four-way match included former AEW Women's Champions, Dr. Britt Baker DMD and Nyla Rose, who were joined by Mercedes Martinez and Skye Blue.
In an unexpected turn of events, Skye Blue emerged victorious, pinning Nyla Rose and thus sealing her position as the new challenger. Consequently, Blue is set to reignite her feud with The Outcasts as she is scheduled to challenge Toni Storm for the AEW Women's Championship at Dynamite in Washington D.C.
This exciting development adds a fresh layer of intrigue to the already simmering tensions in the AEW Women’s division. The anticipation is reaching fever pitch as fans await the showdown between Skye Blue and Toni Storm.
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