AEW has a women’s division full of wrestlers looking to make a name for themselves in the company. They are off to a slower start than Tony Khan might have hoped as injuries and other setbacks have taken talent away from their division.

The men have AEW World Tag Team Champions and many fans would like to see the women’s division get their own titles. Those titles are in the plan, but it hasn’t happened just yet.

A source confirmed to Ringside News that “they don’t have enough women’s tag teams to warrant a tag title as of yet.” This is an issue the company is starting to fix, but it will take some more time. The Women’s Tag Team Cup tournament was a good start, but it also showed how their roster lacks a lot of depth needed for tag team titles.

AEW just signed Thunder Rosa to a deal and you really never know who else will show up once this recent crop of WWE releases see their non-compete clauses run up. Cassie Lee and Jessica McKay are currently looking for work and they could change up the AEW women’s division in a huge way.

We will keep monitoring the AEW women’s division as they continue building new stars and elevating talent to the next level. AEW has several women who regularly compete on Dark who could be the future of the company if everything works out for them; even Tony Khan said that AEW Dark is their version of the WWE Performance Center.

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