AEW Women Defend The Company Against Complaints

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The women of AEW have united to defend the company from recent complaints.

It’s been a rough few days for AEW after independent star LuFisto opened up and named names over unpleasant experiences in the company. LuFisto only appeared in one match for the promotion back in April 2022 when she teamed with The Bunny and Emi Sakura in a loss to Anna Jay, Ruby Soho, and Skye Blue.

Threads with LuFisto’s comments on social media can be found here, here, and here, with the independent star also giving an interview to Fightful where she recounted an uncomfortable backstage encounter with Dustin Rhodes.

This comes at a time when the women’s division is in sharp focus with a “book the women’s division better” sign being shown on Dynamite for several seconds. That came the week before Hikaru Shida and Toni Storm headlined Dynamite 200 where Shida defeated Storm for the AEW Women’s Championship.

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Now several female stars have come to the defence of the company and each other in response to the comments made by LuFisto.

Ruby Soho made what she referred to as her only statement on the matter after she was heavily implicated in the issues highlighted by LuFisto.

Britt Baker commented on the suggestion that a meeting was called backstage to “shoot on Thunder Rosa” and instead claimed that Rosa herself was the one that called the meeting to iron out any issues.

Taya Valkyrie also noted the support given in the company’s women’s division and calls the narrative that they just don’t get along “annoying.”

Saraya noted that her favourite part of being in AEW so far is being backstage with the other women in the company.

AEW World Champion MJF also waded into the debate with his take on the situation without naming names but making plain his opinion on who is in the right.

Renee Paquette, Madison Rayne, and Nyla Rose also gave their opinions on the situation and echoed the sentiment that the AEW women’s locker room is a supportive place to be.