Speculation that Jordynne Grace could be on her way to AEW surfaced recently, but another report has seemingly quashed those rumours.
The rumour started when Grace’s name appeared on AEW music producer Mikey Rukus’ track list leading to speculation she was bound for Tony Khan’s promotion.
However, those rumours have been quashed by Grace via Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful. According to a report on Fightful Select they reached out to Grace, who clarified that Rukus had produced songs for in the past, even before AEW existed.
Grace wrestled on the Buy-In Over Budget Battle Royale at 2018’s All In PPV, which many wrestling fans credit as the precursor to AEW.
Grace signed with IMPACT in 2019 and in May 2021, signed a multi-year contract extension with the promotion, which would put her with the company until 2023.
During her time with the company, she is a two-time Knockouts Champion, Knockouts Tag Team Champion and Digital Media Champion.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 2, 2022
Grace is currently the IMPACT! Wrestling Knockouts Champion having captured the title at Slammiversay in the first-ever Queen of the Mountain match. Thick Mamma Pump defeated Chelsea Green, Deonna Purrazzo, Mia Yim and Tasha Steelz in the history-making bout.
She then successfully defended her championship against Steelz at Against All Odds on July 1st.