AEW has a few stables on their roster, but none of them are a female exclusive union. That might change soon enough and Vickie Guerrero is more than happy to lead that stable into battle.
While talking to the Thoughts Count Anywhere podcast, Vickie Guerrero revealed that she has been in Tony Khan’s ear about forming a new stable. She wants to have a stable of female wrestlers under her, and Vickie believes that she is the right woman to be in charge of such an operation.
“My dream is to have an all-women’s faction. That’s my goal that I’ve been talking to Tony Khan about. There are some incredible women on the women’s roster and I’d love to bring some more in. The purpose of my job is to get all the bad girls on my side so they listen to me and I can delegate them to kick everyone’s ass.”
“Diamante, I would love to have her on. Abadon because she scares the hell out of me. Thunder Rosa, I think she would be an incredible addition to my stable. That’s who I have my eyes on right now.”
Vickie Guerrero also expressed interest in having Ruby Riott join AEW in the future. Obviously, that hasn’t been able to happen yet because of the non-compete clause associated with her release.
We’ll have to see if Tony Khan finally relents and gives Vickie Guerrero the stable she is looking for. In the meantime, she will continue leading Nyla Rose to the ring as the Native Beast scratches and claws her way back to an AEW Women’s World Title match.
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