As previously reported, Dave Meltzer noted on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio Program that NWA Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa will be making her AEW in-ring debut during last night’s episode of Dynamite.
NWA Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa did make her AEW in-ring debut on Dynamite last night by defeating former WWE Star Serena Deeb via pinfall by hitting her with the thunder drive finisher.
Serena Deeb, who also made her AEW in-ring debut on Dynamite last night, previously worked in WWE as a coach at the Performance Center. Deeb was among those released by WWE in April as part of their company-wide cuts due to COVID-19.
NWA Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa is set to challenge AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida for Shida’s AEW Women’s World Title at Saturday’s AEW All Out PPV Event.
You can check out NWA Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa’s in-ring debut in the videos below:
Both @ThunderRosa22 & @SerenaDeeb are showing their technical aggression in the opening moments of this match!— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 3, 2020
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