AEW is heading toward another pay-per-view event, and Revolution will be on our television screens before we know it. That being said, not everyone was able to come along for the ride. Booking television is a delicate act, and it seems that Tony Khan was forced to make a cut.

Jamie Hayter is the current AEW Women’s World Champion in AEW. She has Britt Baker by her side, but their team dropped by one member when Rebel disappeared. This was a call that the company made.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter had a little note about Rebel, but it wasn’t the best one. It was reported that Rebel is “no longer being used” on television. It was noted that the feeling is that she didn’t work as part of Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter’s act anymore.

Rebel is no longer being used. We were told that with Baker and Hayter as babyfaces now that it was felt she didn’t work as part of that act at this point in time


Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter seem to be doing their own thing now, and Rebel isn’t a part of it. There was no mention that Rebel is no longer with AEW, but her presence has certainly been missed on television.

Jamie Hayter is set to defend her AEW Women’s World Title against Ruby Soho and Saraya in a triple threat match at AEW Revolution. Only time will tell how that match turns out, but it appears she will not have Rebel to rely on at ringside.

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