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MASSIVE update on Mercedes Mone and potential AEW deal

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Mercedes Mone, previously recognised as Sasha Banks during her WWE tenure, made a notable appearance at AEW’s All In event held at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium.

Her presence wasn’t just a fleeting moment; she was prominently showcased on camera, complete with an official nameplate. This has naturally led to a flurry of speculation about her future with AEW.

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Conversations Between AEW and Mercedes Mone

Reliable sources, including Fightful Select, have confirmed that there have been recent dialogues between AEW and Mercedes Mone.

The details emerging from these conversations are particularly intriguing. Not only is Mercedes showing interest in making appearances for AEW, but there’s also a strong sense of optimism from insiders. Some even discuss the potential partnership as though it’s already in the pipeline:

“Mercedes Mone was shown in attendance at AEW All In in London, causing natural suspicion that she could be coming to All Elite Wrestling. Fightful Select can confirm there have been recent conversations between the two sides and that she’s “open” to appearing, with one source even showing heavy optimism that the two sides will be working together. Another source spoke as if it was in the works.”

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Mone’s Interest in the AEW Women’s World Title

During the All In pre-show, when Mone was spotlighted in the audience, commentator Renee Paquette hinted at MonĂ©’s ambitions.

She suggested that Mone might be setting her sights on the AEW Women’s World Title. This championship was defended at the event, with Hikaru Shida putting her title on the line against formidable opponents like Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D., Toni Storm, and Saraya.

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