Britt Baker continues to await the action figure that she deserves.
In recent months, AEW's resident Role Model has been very outspoken about the fact that Jazwares, the company that produces the AEW action figures, has yet to release one of herself while Cody Rhodes has multiple variants already.
In February, Jeremy Padawer, a partner at Jazwares, announced that Baker would have single pack figures and a Ringside 2-Pack out later in the year.
Dr. Baker took to Twitter today and said that if Christian Cage gets an action figure before her, she's retiring.
If Christian Cage gets an AEW action figure before me, I’m retiring.— Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (@RealBrittBaker) May 22, 2021
Cage debuted for AEW at their Revolution event in March 2021, while Baker was the very first woman signed to the promotion back in January 2019.
Padawer, replied to Britt, joking that under those stipulations, she will be calling it a career very soon.
Update... Dr. Britt Baker retires from professional wrestling age 30. (Looks no older than 26 however.)— Jeremy Padawer (@JeremyCom) May 22, 2021
Thunder Rosa, who has been one of Baker's fiercest rivals and competed against her in AEW's first-ever Unsanctioned Women's Main Event match, has also responded to her Tweet.
Just do it now... I can’t help you with that.... https://t.co/5XOz6bXQz6— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) May 22, 2021
Baker is scheduled to face Hikaru Shida for the AEW Women's Championship at Double or Nothing on May 30th.
Fightful will have live coverage of the event next Sunday beginning at 4 p.m. PST.