As the wrestling world buzzes with excitement, Mariah May, All Elite Wrestling's (AEW) newest addition, has been making waves with her ambitious aspirations. Recently appearing on "AEW Unrestricted," May candidly discussed her future plans and potential matchups within AEW's dynamic women's division.
Currently focused on AEW Women's World Champion Toni Storm, May has not limited her vision to just one opponent. Her enthusiasm for competition was evident as she expressed a keen interest in facing a variety of top-tier wrestlers, including two former champions and one reigning titleholder.
"I really want to wrestle [Hikaru] Shida, Kris Statlander. Honestly, I want to wrestle everybody," May enthusiastically shared. She also mentioned Julia Hart, praising her current work and expressing a desire to compete against her in the future.
While her immediate focus remains on the current storyline with Storm, May's long-term ambition is clear - to engage in matches that aren't just physically challenging but also rich in storytelling.
May's Japan Influence
May's recent nine-month tour in Japan, where she became a prominent member of STARDOM's Club Venus faction, has evidently shaped her approach to wrestling.
Despite the language barrier, she learned to tell compelling stories in the ring, a skill she's eager to showcase in AEW. "That's my favorite part of wrestling - the actual story behind everything," May emphasized. Although she has yet to debut in an AEW match, May's involvement in a developing narrative with Toni Storm, whom she regards as a major inspiration, is already generating anticipation among fans.
Her journey in Japan has not only honed her skills but also enriched her storytelling abilities, making her one of the most intriguing wrestlers to watch in the coming months. With her eyes set on some of AEW's most formidable women wrestlers, Mariah May's journey in AEW is poised to be a thrilling addition to the women's division.
Her blend of in-ring prowess and storytelling finesse promises to bring fresh excitement and captivating narratives to the AEW arena.