AEW Women’s Champion Saraya wants the chance to win more gold.
Saraya made her way to the top of AEW’s women’s division when she captured the AEW Women’s Championship at All In. In front of a home country crowd and with her family watching at ringside, The Outcast managed to defeat Hikaru Shida, Toni Storm, and Britt Baker in a four-way for the gold.
The win was even more remarkable considering that the star was forced to spend five years out of the ring after suffering a serious neck injury while still part of WWE in late 2017. But now she’s got a taste for gold again and she wants more.
Speaking to Women’s Wrestling Talk, Saraya discussed the possibility of AEW adding more titles for the women of the company to compete over and says it’s something she’d like to see:
“I would love for there to be a female trios championship or a regular tag team championship for women because we do have two (women’s titles), and that’s awesome, but there are so many women on our roster, and so many women that are in tag teams. Why don’t we make a tag team championship? Who knows. Tony always has great ideas up his sleeve.”
When did Saraya join AEW?
The star formerly known as Paige in WWE made her debut for AEW at Dynamite Grand Slam in 2022. After getting physical with Britt Baker not long after her debut, all questions about Saraya’s in-ring future were answered when she defeated Baker in her first match in five years at Full Gear.
Since then she has formed the villainous Outcasts group with Toni Storm and Ruby Soho although after the events of All In, it seems Storm might be out of the group. Saraya’s title win gave her the first gold of her career since she held the WWE Divas Championship in 2014.