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Big Swole on AEW Women’s Division – “We Should Main Event”

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AEW star Big Swole recently appeared on SiriusXM’s Busted Open Radio. The former SHINE and SHIMMER star discussed a number of topics during her time on the show, including the AEW Women’s division as a whole.

Busted Open co-host Mark Henry asked Big Swole during the show if she believes the Women’s division in All Elite can main event the shows in the near future. “Most definitely, most definitely” Swole replied.

Big Swole on Women’s Division

“I believe that we are putting in the work where we can main event” Big Swole continued. “We should main event. I mean, I feel like if you have something that is leading up to…like the match with Hikaru Shida, Shida can main event AEW Revolution.”

Big Swole finished by saying that giving the female stars the opportunity to main event would ‘lift the spirits’ of the division. “That would be amazing, you know? Just as something that will also lift the spirits of the women as well. It’s just, it’s a win win.”

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