AEW won't rush into creating a Women's Title.
Brandi Rhodes has already made some power moves as AEW Chief Branding Officer and head of the women's division. But she wants to hold a few things back instead of overdoing it early. Speaking to the media following the AEW Double or Nothing Ticket Announcement Party, Brandi discussed whether or not fans would see a Women's Title at the May 25 event.
"I'm not expecting (a Women's Title) at (Double or Nothing)," stated Brandi. "There obviously will be a Women's Championship. But as far as Double or Nothing goes, it's a miss to do too many things at once. Some things get lost in the sauce and that's a huge thing. I would like to take our time and build on that."
At the Ticket Announcement Party, Brandi introduced Kylie Rae and Nyla Rose as the two newest members of the women's roster, joining Britt Baker and Penelope Ford as official signings. Brandi also revealed that Yuka Sakazaki and Aja Kong will be part of Double or Nothing.
Brandi previously revealed that, much like a Women's Championship, intergender wrestling in AEW will be something the company explores, but not something they will do right away.
You can listen to the full media scrum with Brandi in the video above.