Thunder Rosa was AEW Women’s World Champion, but she had to relinquish her title due to injury. She maintained the title as champion, and AEW had an interim Women’s Champion for the longest time. Finally, Tony Khan removed the interim part, and everyone after Thunder Rosa was retroactively given the title of former AEW Women’s World Champion. This is not how things were supposed to go down.

While speaking to Busted Open Radio, Thunder Rosa opened up a bit about her AEW return. While she hasn’t made a comeback to the ring, she is on the Spanish language commentary team.

Thunder Rosa went into some detail about apologizing to the AEW locker room for how her previous run went down.

“We got to respect the people that are now representing the company. I’m representing the company in a different manner. I have talked to the locker room and I took accountability for things that some people had issues with and I went out there and apologized. And that’s the best thing that I can do because I want to make money, I want to make sure that I am able to work with everyone regardless of if we have any issues or not.”


We’ll have to see if Thunder Rosa finds her way back to the ring. She is contributing on the commentary table, but her return to the squared circle will require a bit more healing.

It seems that Thunder Rosa has apologized to the AEW for putting the women’s division through such an uncertain time. Obviously, she would have chosen a different path if given the chance, but all she can do now is proceed to the future.

What’s your take on Thunder Rosa’s run as AEW Women’s Champion? Sound off in the commens!

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