AEW All Out

3 Takeaways From AEW All Out 2020

AEW All Out 2020 was an uneven show, to say the least. A particularly nasty-looking bump early in the night and some controversial decisions soured the company’s biggest pay-per-view of the year. However, the women’s division delivered on Saturday night.  At Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida, Britt Baker officially returned to action after she suffered a knee injury and underwent surgery to repair a deviated septum earlier this … Continue reading 3 Takeaways From AEW All Out 2020

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All Out Media Briefing with Tony Khan

Prior to AEW’s pay-per-view event All Out this weekend, Tony Khan invited wrestling media to a call for a Q&A. Khan discussed future plans with the women’s division, the appearance of Thunder Rosa, and the build of the All Out card. Listen to the entire media call below, and follow Bell To Belles for more news and opinion ahead of AEW All Out. Continue reading All Out Media Briefing with Tony Khan

Nyla Rose wins right to challenge for AEW Women’s Title

Following the opening match AEW All Out’s Buy In pre-show, we now know one-half of the competitors who will challenge for the inaugural AEW Women’s Championship. For those unaware, the Women’s Casino Battle Royale was meant to decide who will challenge for the title on All Elite Wrestling’s debut episode on TNT. The match gave us familiar faces like Awesome Kong, Leva Bates and Brandi … Continue reading Nyla Rose wins right to challenge for AEW Women’s Title

Roundtable: Who should be the first AEW Women’s World Champion?

Tonight, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) will name the contenders for the inaugural AEW Women’s World Championship. We will also get the first look at the championship belt. The company’s first women’s championship match will set the tone for the women’s division heading into their first year of television programming. More importantly, the winner, and first champion, will be an integral part of the promotion’s approach … Continue reading Roundtable: Who should be the first AEW Women’s World Champion?

Shazza McKenzie

Shazza McKenzie is the latest addition to AEW Casino Battle Royale

Independent wrestling sensation Shazza McKenzie is the latest name to be announced for this Saturday’s AEW Casino Battle Royale. McKenzie began her career at the early age of 16 years old in her home country of Australia. Since her debut, she has wrestled all over the globe including at Shine, Shimmer, Rise and NXT. McKenzie is thrilled to be included in this Battle Royale where … Continue reading Shazza McKenzie is the latest addition to AEW Casino Battle Royale

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Awesome Kong added to AEW Casino Battle Royale

Awesome Kong is the latest woman added to All Elite Wrestling’s Casino Battle Royale. The Battle Royale takes place on Aug. 31 in Chicago at the All Out Pay-per-view. The winner of the Battle Royale will get a chance to compete for AEW’s inaugural Women’s Championship. The announcement was made when Kong was being interviewed by The New York Post. She said, I like records. … Continue reading Awesome Kong added to AEW Casino Battle Royale