Britt Baker lost the AEW Women’s Title to Thunder Rosa on March 17th after a nearly 10-month reign. Since then, Dr. Britt Baker is currently excluded from the title picture. However, Britt Baker claims that she is at ease in the mid-card scene.
Baker explained to Forbes why she is comfortable focusing on other aspects of her life while others compete for Thunder Rosa’s title.
“We have so many talented women that I can take a step back. I got to sit back and watch everyone else have their moment and watch everyone else rise. Sometimes you’re going to be up, sometimes you’re going to be the focus. Sometimes, you’re not. It’s somebody else’s turn and that’s OK.
Britt Baker said that her role in the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament is “really special” and “really cool”. She wants to be the first female to win the tournament. If this happens on Sunday, it’ll be a pivotal moment in the 31-year-old’s career.
“I’m obviously in the mix for the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament, and that’s something that I think is really, really special and really, really cool. I want to have a really big role in that, and I would love to be the first female to win that tournament.
Britt Baker defeated Toni Storm on Dynamite to advance to the Women’s Tournament finals. Furthermore, Thunder Rosa, the AEW Women’s World Champion, will defend her title against Serena Deeb at Double or Nothing. This will be Rosa’s second title defense after beating Nyla Rose at Battle of the Belts in April.
Double or Nothing will broadcast live from Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena. Ringside News will keep you updated on any breaking news during and after the event.
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