Ruby Riott, now Ruby Soho, is headed to AEW and plenty of fans are very happy about this. She is a veteran performer who WWE sadly released in recent memory. It won’t take her long to find another home.
Soho also registered the name The Runaway, so she could have intentions with that moniker as well. The former leader of the Riott Squad’s 90-day non-compete clause expires just before All Out, and that could be where she makes her debut with the company.
Plenty of fans are very excited about this news. They really wanted to see Ruby Riott on WWE television more often, but they will now get to watch her in AEW. She is also a great get for their women’s division as the company continues building their female talent pool.
“Ruby Soho” trended on social media in a big way. Fans from all over saw the news about Ruby’s AEW arrival, and they couldn’t be happier.
Youtuber and radio personality JD From NY tweeted out to say, “This was one of the moves I personally wanted. Having her absolutely under utilized in WWE, she will get a chance to start over AND be a FACE of that Women’s Division.” Many agreed with this tweet as he received over 750 favorites.
“There is no way AEW is signing Ruby Soho because Rancid has tour dates that conflict with AEW Dynamite,” joked another fan. On that note, “Ruby Soho” is a real Rancid song, and Tony Khan is known to purchase licensing rights when the mood strikes him.
We’re hoping for the best as Ruby Soho make her way to AEW. Hopefully, she is able to do big things.
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