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Britt Baker Breaks Silence Over AEW Women’s Title Loss

Britt Baker

Former AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker, D.M.D. took to social media to address the “undeserving idiots” about her title loss to Thunder Rosa at St. Patrick’s Day Slam.

Britt Baker, D.M.D. became the AEW Women’s Champion nearly one year ago when she defeated Hikaru Shida at Double or Nothing. Since then, she’s faced a host of challengers, all of whom came up short against the practicing dentist.

Until the most recent episode of Dynamite, this included Thuder Rosa, who was unsuccessful at gaining the AEW Women’s Championship at Revolution. However, after Thunder Rosa defeated Leyla Hirsch in a number one contender’s match, she earned the chance to face Britt Baker once again at St. Patrick’s Day Slam in Rosa’s adopted hometown of San Antonio, TX.

The two women faced off inside a steel cage in a bloody confrontation inside a steel cage that featured plenty of callbacks to their Lights Out Match at St. Patrick’s Day Slam one year prior. Just like in the Lights Out Match, Thunder Rosa was able to defeat Britt Baker, this time gaining the AEW Women’s Championship in the process.

Now, Britt Baker has taken to social media to respond to the loss of her championship, reminding everyone that she is still a practicing dentist when she’s not competing inside the squared circle and that claiming that the AEW women’s division will always be hers.

“While others relax & recover on their day off, I’m just now leaving the dental office for the daybruised and cut up, on 2 hours of sleep after traveling half way across the country. I might have lost, but I gave you all the best damn women’s championship reign that none of you undeserving idiots will appreciate until I’m champion again. This will always be my division. To all those I paved the way for, you’re welcome.”

The rivalry between Baker and the Mexican star goes all of the way back to March of 2021 when the pair met in an Unsanctioned Lights Out Match on Dynamite. The bout was the first time a women’s match had headlined the show, and received near universal acclaim across the board, from fans and fellow wrestlers alike.