Thunder Rosa was forced to take some time off from AEW TV due to an injury, but maintained her status as the company’s Women’s World Champion. Tonight, Rosa gave away that title as well.

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Renee Paquette announced during Dynamite tonight that Thunder Rosa and AEW had reached an understanding to strip La Mera Mera off the AEW Women’s World Championship.

Renee Paquette then introduced Jamie Hayter as the Undisputed AEW Women’s World Champion to a huge ovation from the Chicago crowd. Britt Baker interrupted the champ’s promo and said they weren’t going to use “interim” anyway.

Jamie Hayter won the women’s title from Toni Storm at the Full Gear pay-per-view event this past Saturday. AEW teased a Hayter face turn multiple times during the match as well.

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Manik Aftab

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