Since Saraya arrived in AEW at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam, she's been linked with Britt Baker. Baker was Saraya's first opponent back from her retirement due to neck injury and the two have been on opposite sides
The feud between Baker and Saraya has turned into a feud between the Outcasts and the Originals in AEW.
Appearing on the Mark Hoke Show, Saraya was asked about the current state of the AEW women's division.
"We have so much left in the tank. We're just getting started. This is such a baby company, we still have so much to do. What I love being part of is, there is a real, long storyline. We like to call it 'baking in an oven' storyline, not a 'microwave' storyline where it's very quick. We like to take our time with this. We're having a ball. I feel really excited that I got to be part of something like this. It's just going to get bigger and better. I'm going to end up taking a step back and letting someone else be part of a bigger storyline. I like that there is two going on right now. You have Jade Cargill and Taya Valkyrie, who I absolutely adore, I love that she's been part of it. Jade is getting some challengers, real competitors coming in rather than beating, no offense to the extras, they're awesome, but you know what's going to happen. This girl that didn't get an entrance, is she going to win against Jade? Probably not. It'd be awesome to see a shock though. It's good to see her having Taya to go up against or whoever else wants to come in and take a shot at it. Hopefully us, I want to take all the championships. I want to be greedy," she said.
Jade will defend the AEW TBS Championship against Taya at AEW Double or Nothing. Meanwhile, Saraya's running mate Toni Storm will challenge Jamie Hayter for the AEW Women's Title at the event.
Fans can check out the lineup for AEW Double or Nothing by clicking here.
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