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Former WWE Superstar reveals Dream Match opponents including AEW stars following in-ring return

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Alicia Fox, a name that resonates with many WWE fans, has recently re-emerged in the wrestling world under a new moniker, Vix Crow.

After parting ways with WWE in May, Crow has expressed her fervent desire to return to the ring, and she’s not looking for JUST any opponents.

She has her sights set on some of the most talented female wrestlers across various promotions.

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Dream Opponents Unveiled

In a recent interview with MuscleManMalcolm, Crow unveiled her list of dream opponents. The list includes names like Deonna Purrazzo, Toni Storm, Saraya, and Ruby Soho.

These are women who, according to Crow, possess the grit and skill that make them worthy opponents.

“I want to wrestle Deonna Purrazzo. I’ve been watching Deonna. There’s AEW, Toni Storm, I like her. Paige, obviously. I love Ruby [Soho]. I mean, those kinds of girls, I know they’ve got grit and stuff,” Crow said during the interview.

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AEW Stars in the Mix

Interestingly, Crow’s list of dream opponents includes stars from All Elite Wrestling (AEW). This is a clear indication of her openness to exploring opportunities beyond WWE.

The inclusion of Toni Storm and Ruby Soho, both of whom are currently making waves in AEW, suggests that Crow is keeping a close eye on the wrestling landscape and is ready to take on the best, regardless of the promotion they belong to.

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