Vickie Guerrero is a veteran who has consistently supported female wrestlers throughout her career. She is currently the manager of Marina Shafir and Nyla Rose as part of All Elite Wrestling. Guerrero recently expressed her desire for AEW to deliver more television time for the women.

Women’s matches are underrepresented compared to men’s matches on most AEW weekly cards. Typically, AEW Dynamite and AEW Rampage only feature one match each for the women’s division. This has long been the subject of debate among fans. Based on what Vickie Guerrero said, she appears to understand their point.

Guerrero recently appeared on Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s FaceTurn with Candace Cordelia. She said that she wishes AEW had more content so that the women could be shown in different capacities every night. She stated that the locker room is strong and that everyone is ready to show off their abilities.

“I wish we had more TV time. I wish we had more content that the women could be shown every night, in different capacities. But I think for right now, you know, we have the talent. Our locker room is strong, and it’s just, now, what we’re going to do creatively, I think everyone is just eager and hungry to show what they have, and it’s an exciting time.”


In the sole women’s match on Dynamite last week, Willow Nightingale defeated Anna Jay to win her first match there in the singles division. Rapper Bow Wow interrupted TBS Champion Jade Cargill’s in-ring portion, and AEW Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter appeared in a brief backstage section.

All three of the men’s matches on Rampage lasted at least seven minutes, whereas the only women’s match that night, Athena versus Dani Mo, lasted less than 90 seconds. Since the company’s debut in 2019, AEW has occasionally included two women’s matches on a televised broadcast, but those occasions have been few and far between. For further updates, stay tuned to Ringside news.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She is an enthusiastic and determined young woman, with a passion for writing about current events and news. Muskan began writing for Ringside News in December 2021, bringing her unique perspective and insights to the world of professional wrestling. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, exploring new places, and immersing herself in different cultures.

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