The AEW women’s division heats up on Twitter.
Earlier tonight it was announced that Thunder Rosa will challenge Serena Deeb for the NWA Women's Championship on the November 18th episode of AEW Dynamite. After Rosa tweeted out that she was the real champion, Britt Baker would respond by telling the former NWA Women's Champion to “stop faking her own internet buzz,” saying that she is not the star she thinks she is.
Stop faking your own internet buzz and go back to wrestling exclusively on the internet. You aren’t half the star you think you are and you don’t have half the face for TV. https://t.co/mP6o83bDFX— Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (@RealBrittBaker) November 14, 2020
This was followed up by a response from Rosa saying that she did more for the women's division and one promo than anybody else in the company in a year.
This was followed by Ivelisse telling Rosa that she needs to grow up.
Rosa and Ivelisse previously wrestled on an episode of Dynamite for the NWA Women's Championship on September 16. The bout ended up breaking down, leading to stiffer strikes being thrown. Fightful provided details on the match and the fallout, which you can read by clicking here. Ivelisse would later say that she never had any issues with Thunder Rosa.
Rosa is currently under contract with NWA through 2021. As it stands, Tony Khan likes the working relationship between the NWA and AEW. You can read his comments at this link.