Vickie Guerrero Says She Wants To Head All-Women’s Faction In AEW

Vickie Guerrero and Nyla Rose

Vickie Guerrero has revealed that she has pitched the idea of an all-female stable to AEW President Tony Khan.

Guerrero, who currently serves as manager of AEW Women’s World Championship contender Nyla Rose, unveiled her masterplan during an appearance on the Thoughts Count Anywhere podcast.

During her time with AEW, Vickie Guerrero also had a brief dalliance with Andrade El Idolo, introducing him on debut, before also courting Jade Cargill. However, Guerrero has now opened up about her dream of having an all-women’s faction.

“My dream is to have an all-women’s faction… That’s my goal that I’ve been talking to Tony Khan about. There are some incredible women on the women’s roster and I’d love to bring some more in. The purpose of my job is to get all the bad girls on my side so they listen to me and I can delegate them to kick everyone’s ass.”

Guerrero continued, naming three stars she’d like to join her stable.

Diamante, I would love to have her on. Abadon, because she scares the hell out of me. Thunder Rosa, I think she would be an incredible addition to my stable. That’s who I have my eyes on right now.”

The former SmackDown General Manager was then asked whether there was anyone outside of AEW that has caught her eye. Guerrero added that there was one underutilised former WWE Superstar she’d love to add to her crew.

“I would love to have Ruby on the roster for AEW. She was really underutilized. Just a great talent and a wholesome human being,”

Ruby Riott is currently a free agent after leaving WWE in June. When Riott does compete inside the ring again, it appears that she will do so under a new name.

H/t to Fightful for the transcription.