AEW is currently riding the crest of a wave following Revolution.
The event was headlined by the 60-minute Ironman Match for the AEW World Title between MJF and Bryan Danielson, and the show as a whole has been near-universally praised by fans and critics.
However, it’s often said that if you’re not moving forward you’re standing still, so with that in mind, Saraya is pushing AEW to do more.
While sharing a post to celebrate International Women’s Day, the British star called on the company to launch Women’s Tag Team Titles. Saraya has teamed with Toni Storm in recent weeks, while they have also recruited fellow ex-WWE star Ruby Soho.
In recent years WWE has introduced its own Women’s Tag Titles with the belts arriving on the main roster in 2019, and in NXT in 2021.
Perfect way to celebrate would be to bring in Women’s tag titles 💪🏻 https://t.co/rQNtV9tFgx
— SARAYA (@Saraya) March 8, 2023
Ruby Soho Makes Her Decision At AEW Revolution
At Revolution on March 5th, Ruby Soho challenged for the AEW Women’s Championship along with Saraya in a huge Three-Way-Match. In the lead-up to the event, Toni Storm and Saraya had been at odds with the majority of the women’s locker room, especially champion Jamie Hayter and her friend Britt Baker.
At Revolution, Hayter kept hold of the Women’s Championship but that was only part of the story as she and Baker were attacked by Storm and Saraya after the belll, all the while Soho sat in the corner watching the attack unfold.
Although seemingly conflicted, she got up to kick Saraya and Storm out of the ring saying they don’t run this place. She then went and posed with Hayter, only to lay her and Baker out to align with the outsiders, turning heel for the first time in her AEW career.
The trio spray-painted an “L” on Baker and Hayter before leaving the ring,