AEW and Impact Wrestling’s partnership opens up a lot of different opportunities. It might also provide a chance for a unique intergender match.

Rosemary recently spoke to Lucha Libre Online where she discussed the possibilities of an AEW and Impact Wrestling partnership. She has faced Undead Bridesmaids and the Undead Bride Su Yung already. So, Abadon doesn’t really scare her too much.

The former Knockouts Champion would like to tangle with someone in AEW that she does know very well. Rosemary expressed a deep interest in having an intergender match with Eddie Kingston.

“That is what we heard. Some rumbling against the hive. They want to see The Demon vs The Zombie (Abadon). We do have experience fighting zombies. We stepped inside the ring with Su Yung multiple times. There is someone more unconventional that we would like to face. We’re not saying that we wouldn’t face AEW’s resident zombie. There’s nothing more that we like than a good fight. But, we don’t know much about her. We would have to watch and learn. Then you want to know your enemy going into a fight.”

“There someone there that we know very well. People perhaps don’t immediately think we want to fight him because they see the tension look and see what matches up visually first. But anyone who follows us know that we like to play with weapons. We like to play with sharp objects. And there’s somebody there that we know likes to get a little bit hardcore. Eddie Kingston! Would you like to play with The Demon? Because it’s been so long!”

Eddie Kingston was in Impact Wrestling where he was involve with LAX for a while. Those storylines with Konnan involved made for some gripping television. Rosemary would like to get a chance to work with Kingston as well.

AEW has not leaned much on intergender wrestling. The closest they have come so far is a mixed tag team match. We’ll have to see what the future holds because Rosemary seems very interested in mixing it up with Kingston.

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