In recent months, it seemed that the possibility had reopened that AJ Lee could return to do something in the world of pro-wrestling, after having written a successful book in the USA and after taking a long break from the world of the discipline.
Therefore, due to her husband's title victory, AJ could have appeared sooner or later in the AEW rings, to have some on-screen role with the Khan federation, with fans immediately starting to speculate, hypothesize and to dream dream match.
In her visit to Dynamite's backstage, of the summer race, AJ had also wanted to take a photo with the former AEW world champion, Britt Baker, with the same life partner of Adam Cole who had wanted to respond to a fan who said that the match that would come out between the two athletes would be a dream match, with Britt confirming that it would be the same for her too.
After CM Punk's exit from AEW, however, everything died down, with the Second City Savior of Chicago who hasn't appeared in the All Elite Wrestling rings for months and who seems to have definitively ended his adventure with the Khans, after brawling backstage at a company show.
Meanwhile AJ Lee continues her career as a writer, which in the United States seems to be beginning to bear fruit, with the arrival of her books which have become very satisfying.
New details on AJ Lee
In the last few hours, AJ Lee, this is the girl's real name, wanted to show her fans a haircut with a completely new color, with a blue that we had never seen on the former McMahon athlete.
Thanks to her Instagram account, the former WWE Divas Champion showed off this new look, sending her fans into raptures: We recall how AJ Lee began his activity in the pro-wrestling rings in 2007 and in 2009 he decided to sign an agreement with WWE.
After 6 years with the McMahon company and three women's world titles won, CM Punk's wife decided to leave the Stamford federation, to devote herself full-time to writing, with her greatest masterpiece being her biography, written in 2014, entitled "Crazy is My Superpower".
Whilst this was big news at the time, the former WWE Superstar also revealed as part of an interview with Women Of Wrestling's Izzy, that she could technically make her return to the ring. "I will say, I say the same thing in every interview, and it's always 'never say never, but don't hold your breath.'
What I mean by that is, I never say never to anything; physically, mentally, emotionally, I'm healed from everything I've gone through in wrestling. I could technically do it, but I'm so enjoying letting the next generation have their spotlight," AJ Lee said.