FightFans / AEW / AEW News / MASSIVE AEW TITLE CHANGE was a “late decision”

MASSIVE AEW TITLE CHANGE was a “late decision”

Last updated
SHARE

In the world of professional wrestling, decisions regarding title changes are often meticulously planned and executed. However, in a surprising revelation, it has come to light that a recent title change in AEW was a last-minute decision.

One of the standout moments from AEW All In London on August 27th was Saraya’s triumphant win, securing the AEW Women’s World Championship.

This victory was even more special as it took place in front of her family and the home crowd. But what many might find surprising is that this wasn’t a long-term plan.

Read More: MASSIVE AEW star left the hospital IN CRUTCHES following Dynamite

AEW All In 2023: The Late Decision

According to a new report from Fightful Select, the choice to have Saraya emerge as the new AEW Women’s Champion was made quite late in the game:

“The decision to make Saraya champion was a late one, based on those familiar with the situation. We can’t be certain how far ahead Tony Khan made the decision for the title switch, but those close to Saraya say she learned no further than a day prior” the report claimed.

Read More: Update on FORMER AEW name’s domestic violence ARREST

Saraya’s Reign So Far

Since her win at All In, Saraya hasn’t rested on her laurels. She successfully defended her title against former teammate Toni Storm at the AEW Grand Slam event on September 20th.

As of now, there’s no news of Saraya defending her title at the upcoming WrestleDream. However, fans can look forward to another exciting title match in the women’s division scheduled for October 1st.

Read More: RELEASED WWE Superstar teases HUGE match with All Elite Champion

The Unpredictability of Wrestling

This incident serves as a reminder of the unpredictable nature of professional wrestling.

While storylines and outcomes are often scripted, there are times when last-minute changes can lead to unexpected results, much to the delight or dismay of fans.

Saraya’s win and the subsequent revelation about the late decision add another layer to the rich tapestry of wrestling narratives.

Read More: CM Punk: MASSIVE report on his All Elite firing and potential legal action

FAQ

  • Who won the AEW Women’s World Championship at AEW All In London?
    • Saraya won the title at the event.
  • Was Saraya’s win a long-planned decision?
    • No, it was a late decision, and Saraya was informed just a day before the event.
  • Has Saraya defended her title since winning it?
    • Yes, she defended it successfully against Toni Storm at AEW Grand Slam.
  • Is Saraya scheduled to defend her title at AEW WrestleDream?
    • As of now, Saraya is not advertised to defend her title at the event.
  • Who is set to have a title match in the women’s division at AEW WrestleDream?
    • TBS Champion Kris Statlander will defend her title against Julia Hart.
Jake Skudder
Written by
Jake Skudder
Jake is an SEO-minded Combat Sports, Gaming and Pro Wrestling writer and successful Editor in Chief. He has more than ten years of experience covering mixed martial arts, pro wrestling and gaming across a number of publications, starting at SEScoops in 2012 under the name Jake Jeremy.