3 Key Points
- Riho earns another shot at the AEW Women’s World Championship at AEW Worlds End.
- Toni Storm and Riho face off post-match on Dynamite following Riho’s victory over Saraya.
- Riho looks to recapture the title she first won in October 2019 against Nyla Rose.
Riho Triumphs in No. 1 Contender Match
AEW Dynamite bore witness to a pivotal match as Riho secured her position as the No. 1 contender for the AEW Women’s World Championship. Facing off against Saraya, Riho emerged victorious with a dynamic move, landing two consecutive running double knees. This win catapults her to a championship opportunity at AEW Worlds End.
Confrontation Between Toni Storm and Riho
Post-match, the reigning champion Toni Storm approached Riho for a tense encounter, marked by Storm’s mocking use of opera glasses. Despite being momentarily overpowered by Riho’s attack, Storm appeared unfazed. Adding to the chaos was Mariah May, who blindsided Riho with the championship belt, an action that left the champion Storm less than pleased.
Riho Aims for Championship Glory
Riho’s history with the AEW Women’s World Championship is notable, having been the first-ever titleholder since defeating Nyla Rose in 2019. Despite her subsequent loss to Rose and unsuccessful attempts to regain the title from Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter, Riho remains a formidable contender. As she approaches AEW Worlds End, she looks to reclaim the pinnacle of the women’s division.
Upcoming Matches at AEW Worlds End
In addition to Riho’s upcoming title challenge, AEW Worlds End features other must-see matches. MJF is set to defend the AEW World Championship against Samoa Joe. Plus, the Continental Classic finals will see the victors of the Blue and Gold Leagues vying for supremacy. Fans eagerly anticipate these encounters as the event draws near.