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AEW Reveal Full Bracket For Women’s Eliminator Tournament

AEW's Women's Championship Eliminator

After much anticipation, the full bracket for the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament has been revealed!

Having previously only confirmed two matches for the tournament, the promotion has now revealed all of the clashes and potential clashes fans can look forward to during the tournament. You can find all of the matches below:

Opening round – United States

Leyla Hirsch vs. Thunder Rosa
Serena Deeb vs. Riho
Tay Conti vs. Nyla Rose
Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D vs. Anna Jay

Semi-finals – United States

Winner of Leyla Hirsch vs. Thunder Rosa vs. winner of Serena Deeb vs. Riho
Winner of Tay Conti vs. Nyla Rose vs. winner of Britt Baker vs. Anna Jay

Final – United States

Leyla Hirsch or Thunder Rosa or Serena Deeb or Riho vs. Tay Conti or Nyla Rose or Britt Baker or Anna Jay

Opening round – Japan

Yuka Sakazaki vs. Mei Suruga
Veny vs. Emi Sakura
Maki Itoh vs. Ryo Mizunami
Aja Kong vs. Rin Kadokura

Semi-finals – Japan

Winner of Yuka Sakazaki vs. Mei Suruga vs. winner of Veny vs. Emi Sakura
Winner of Maki Itoh vs. Ryo Mizunami vs. winner of Aja Kong vs. Rin Kadokura

Final – Japan

Yuka Sakazaki or Mei Suruga or Veny or Emi Sakura vs. Maki Itoh or Ryo Mizunami or Aja Kong or Rin Kadokura

Tournament final – Winner receives a title shot for the AEW Women’s World Championship

United States winner vs. Japan winner

Both sides of the Women’s Eliminator Tournament bracket offer a lot of options for matches based on pre-existing history between the competitors. The United States side could see a Riho vs. Nyla Rose rematch in the final of that side of the tournament; TayJay teammates Anna Jay and Tay Conti could be forced to face off in the semi-final; Thunder Rosa may get a chance to avenge her loss to Britt Baker in the United States final.

The Japan bracket is equally as interesting. Joshi stalwarts Emi Sakura and Yuka Sakazaki could be set for a titanic semi-final clash. Meanwhile, the legendary Aja Kong and young Maki Itoh could give the tournament a classic battle of youth vs. experience. Should Itoh progress all the way to the final she may be given an opportunity to avenge her International Princess Championship loss against Thunder Rosa. The possibilities are too numerous to cover in full.

Thunder Rosa vs. Leyla Hirsch kicked off the tournament on the most recent edition of Dynamite. You can find out the result of the match here.