Wrestling sensation Mercedes Moné is gearing up for a thrilling comeback to the ring following her recovery from an ankle injury. Moné, a renowned figure in the wrestling world, initially made a striking debut at New Japan Pro-Wrestling's (NJPW) Wrestle Kingdom 17.
This debut came just under a year after her notable departure from WWE. In a testament to her wrestling prowess, Moné clinched the IWGP Women's Championship from KAIRI within a month of her NJPW debut, though she later conceded the title to Mayu Iwatani at the All-Star Grand Queendom event in April.
Moné's journey hit a roadblock at NJPW Resurgence, where she sustained an ankle injury. This setback altered the original plans for her in the NJPW Strong Women's Championship tournament finals against Willow Nightingale.
The injury led to a shift in dynamics, with AEW star Nightingale emerging as the champion.
Moné: Ring Return 2024
Despite the setback, Moné's enthusiasm remains undiminished. In a recent cameo video, she expressed her eagerness to return to the wrestling arena, stating, "I cannot wait to return back into the ring, so definitely expect me to be with some wrestling company in 2024 for sure.
I cannot wait to be back in that squared circle. It’s where I feel the most at home, it's where I feel alive." The wrestling community is abuzz with anticipation about Moné's potential involvement with All Elite Wrestling (AEW).
Her presence at the All In event, along with comments from AEW President Tony Khan and wrestler Saraya, has fueled speculation about Moné joining AEW once she's fully recuperated. This move could mark a significant chapter in her career, as Moné has previously crossed paths with several AEW wrestlers.
As fans eagerly await Moné's return to the ring, her journey exemplifies resilience and passion for the sport. Her story continues to inspire and captivate wrestling enthusiasts worldwide, making her comeback one of the most anticipated events in the wrestling community.
Moné's return is not just a testament to her determination but also a reminder of the indomitable spirit that defines professional wrestling.