Willow Nightingale comments on opportunities in the women's division.
Willow Nightingale has become one of the most beloved talents in AEW and ROH since officially signing with the company in 2022. In 2023, she won the Owen Hart Memorial Women's Tournament and headlined ROH Death Before Dishonor, challenging Athena for the ROH Women's Championship.
Though AEW and ROH have a deep talent roster with talented females such as Athena and Willow, fans have criticized the booking of the AEW women's division.
Speaking on Get Comfy, Willow was asked if AEW would do an all-women's show.
"I definitely think there is a future of having some sort of all-women programming in AEW or even Ring of Honor. In Ring of Honor, we have a lot of freedom. You see a lot more women's matches on there. The women's matches are given more time. Athena, who is currently the Ring of Honor Women's Champion, who has defeated me a number of times, which goes to show how amazing she is. It's truly a testament to how talented and hard-working our division is. That's really a place that spotlights us well. We have time and great segments on our network shows, but there is a limited amount of time to work with, for all of us, the whole roster, where in Ring of Honor, we get that freedom. Maybe, that could be a platform for us to get more and keep pulling more. Same thing for the fans. If you want to see more women's wrestling, tune in to where we are being given those opportunities. Tune in to Ring of Honor, buy our programming, and that translates and speaks. Show up and support us," she said.
Willow saved Skye Blue and confronted Julia Hart on Saturday's episode of AEW Collision.
Willow and Hart will battle in singles competition on Wednesday's AEW Dynamite. Fans can check out the current lineup for the show by clicking here.
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