Britt Baker has worked very hard to improve herself and become one of the best female wrestlers in AEW. Due to her status in AEW, it is not hard to see she has some pull backstage in the company. In fact, Baker’s current storyline has been criticized for a while. That being said, it seems Baker hit back at her critics.

At AEW Full Gear, Jamie Hayter squared off against Toni Storm for the AEW Interim Women’s World Championship. Against all odds, Hayter managed to beat Storm for the title. This led to a big change for AEW’s women’s division.

Afterwards, Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter became babyfaces, especially when it comes to their feud with Saraya and Toni Storm. Many fans felt that the storyline simply felt forced in many ways.

While speaking with the New York Post, Baker stated that the current storyline surrounding the AEW Women’s Title is slow burn in nature and that microwave babies would not like it.

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“I want to do anything to help the brand. I want to have any role that’s going to help elevate everybody else and totally elevate the women’s division. Right now, I truly think this is the best role for me.

I don’t think I need to be in a pay-per-view match. I don’t think I need to be having matches every week or promos every week. Right now, this is where I’m supposed to be.

For the microwave babies that want something right now, this story’s probably not for them. But for the fans who like the slow simmer, this story is really exciting and it’s gonna be really exciting.”

Britt Baker has been one of the most dominant performers in AEW’s women’s division, and her absence from the title picture is sure to raise questions among fans. However, with AEW’s commitment to building up new talent, it’s likely that Baker will have to work her way back up the ranks before she can once again compete for the championship.

Nevertheless, Britt Baker remains one of the most popular and influential figures in the promotion, and her appearance at AEW Revolution is sure to generate excitement and anticipation among fans. As always, the unpredictable nature of professional wrestling means that anything can happen, and Baker’s involvement in the event could be just the beginning of a new chapter in her storied career.

Britt Baker’s recent statements about her role in AEW’s women’s division indicate that she is fully committed to helping elevate the brand and the division as a whole. While some fans may be disappointed that she is not currently involved in the title picture, Baker’s absence is likely part of a larger strategy to build up new talent and create compelling storylines for fans who enjoy a slow burn. Regardless, Baker remains one of the most popular and influential figures in AEW, and her upcoming appearance at AEW Revolution is sure to generate excitement and speculation about what the future holds for her and Tony Khan’s company.

What’s your take on Britt Baker’s AEW booking? Sound off in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet, a professional wrestling fan for over 20+ years, found his passion during the Monday Night Wars. With expertise honed over decades and a broad spectrum of interests including TV, movies, anime, novels, and music, he offers insightful analysis and coverage. Respected in the industry, Subhojeet keeps fans informed and engaged with his knowledge and perspective.

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