The biggest criticism of All Elite Wrestling through their first two months of being on television has been how they've handled the women's division.
There has been a distinct lack of storytelling in the division with matches and pairings being thrown together without much backstory.
Nyla Rose looked to be a big part of the division coming out of the gate having competed in the first-ever AEW Women's Championship bout, but even she has been seldom used on television since the match.
"It's a valid concern, but I think people need to slow down and hold their horses," Nyla told Ring The Belle when asked about the criticisms. "We've only been on TV for six weeks. We're just as excited as you guys are. But we have to establish everything. We're getting our ducks in a row. We got our World Champion, what's next? Tag team. We said right from the get go, tag team (wrestling) is going to be a very focused point of the promotion. We establish the tag team division. On the first show, we establish who the Women's Champion is. You knew some of the people coming into this so that could kind of take, I don't want to say a take backseat, but it's running in the background a little. But now, if you look on TV, we have three or four segments going. Things are picking up. Be calm, be patient. There's a method to the madness."
Kenny Omega, who oversees a large part of the division, also teaches patience when it comes to the division, revealing that things will begin to take shape in 2020. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
You can listen to the entire interview with Nyla in the video above.
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