Thunder Rosa isn't going anywhere.
After losing the NWA Women's Title on Tuesday during UWN Primetime Live, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer posted that WWE and AEW had an interest in Rosa. He also said that he was told Rosa would be going to WWE after losing the NWA Women's Title to Serena Deeb.
The speculation led to Rosa making a series of posts where she teased her next move.
---------- pic.twitter.com/hjAvAz6Fzv— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) October 28, 2020
During an Instagram Q&A session, NWA President Billy Corgan addressed the rumors, saying Rosa is under contract with NWA through 2021.
He wrote, "No [she's not leaving NWA]. You have to love press and media reports that don't contact the company she is under contract to but instead listen to someone who has my email address but doesn't write and ask. She's under contract thru [through] 2021 and there's a reason for that (it's called excellence and faith)."
Confirmed: @nwa President Billy Corrigan Revealed Earlier Tonight That @thunderrosa22 Is Officially Signed To NWA Through 2021 And The Reports Of Her Leaving To Sign Elsewhere Are An Absolute LIE ---------- pic.twitter.com/bAamFtAAWd— Brandon McMullen (@BrandonMcMull20) October 29, 2020
That settles that.
AEW and the NWA have made working agreements during the pandemic with Rosa and now Deeb defending the NWA Women's Championship on AEW programming. Deeb successfully defended the title on Wednesday's Dynamite.
You can find full results from Dynamite by clicking here.