Dustin Rhodes says the AEW women's division is thriving.
Rhodes is one of the main coaches in AEW, and the veteran has helped the company grow since it launched in 2019. Throughout the company's history, the women's division has been criticized for a number of reasons, especially a lack of television time. But the women's division continues to grow, as homegrown stars like Jamie Hayter have climbed the ladder and the company has brought in names like Saraya to add even more depth to it.
Speaking on Busted Open Radio, Rhodes was asked to describe how he feels about the AEW women's division moving forward. He made it clear that he believes they're doing an excellent job, and the group will continue to improve from here on out.
“I feel really good about it because if you look back to day one, they’ve grown so much. They’re still coming to my training practices every week, and we drill, we teach new things, we fix wrongs, things like that, and we just do it every single week, and that repetition and get them a little loose, with my talking about the audience and making people feel something. To me, I believe they’re doing an excellent job, and I believe our women’s division is only gonna get stronger and stronger. It’s really good right now, and I’m happy to see it because it took some time to get there, and it’s there, and we’re kind of thriving in that area," Rhodes said.
In the same interview, Dustin discussed Cody Rhodes' loss at WWE WrestleMania 39. Check out his comments here.
Saraya recently stated that she would love to face Jamie Hayter or Mercedes Mone at AEW All In. Click here to see what she had to stay.
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