Emerging reports suggest that former Goddess of Stardom Champion, Mariah May, is set to shake up the wrestling scene with a potential move to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Reliable wrestling journalist, Dave Meltzer, recently hinted at the possibility of May joining AEW in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
This update comes following considerable speculation and rumors about Mariah May’s future trajectory following her recent departure from STARDOM. Some theorists have grouped her alongside WWE as another potential suitor, but Meltzer’s report puts AEW in a prominent position to secure her exciting talent.
Fans are particularly intrigued by the suggestion of May forming a new faction with none other than Toni Storm, a formidable ex-AEW champion. Storm has already forged a remarkable career in wrestling, notably being part of the successful ‘Outcasts’ stable with Saraya and Ruby Soho. Recently, she adopted a ‘timeless’ character persona, proving her dynamic appeal and growth trajectory in the wrestling business.
In fact, just last Wednesday, Storm showcased her timeless character once again, defeating Skye Blue in a memorable edition of Dynamite. With Storm’s considerable influence in AEW, a partnership with May would indeed make for a unique and compelling narrative twist in professional wrestling.
In her final match with STARDOM at the 5STAR Grand Prix Finals event, May lost to Hanan. She confirmed that this signaled her departure from STARDOM, thus sparking curiosity about her next professional move. With Meltzer’s report linking her to a transition to AEW possibly alongside Toni Storm, the wrestling world is abuzz.
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Written by Sanchez Taylor, AEW insider. Stay tuned for more updates, and don’t forget to share this report with fellow wrestling aficionados.