Britt Baker has worked very hard to improve herself and become one of the best female wrestlers in AEW. It was a slow and gradual process as fans initially rejected her entirely. She also has a dual career as a legit dentist, but that doesn’t mean she’ll leave pro wrestling when her in-ring career is done.

As many fans are aware by now, Britt Baker isn’t only just a pro wrestler as she is a legitimate dentist, earning her certification at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine.

The former AEW Women’s Champion has accomplished a lot in her career in AEW so far and fans clearly get behind Britt Baker no matter what. That said, every pro wrestler has a shelf life in the end.

While speaking to Jim Varsallone from the Miami Herald, Britt Baker talked about her goals after she hangs up her pro wrestling boots. Baker revealed that she wants to be a producer or commentator once her in-ring career ends.


I can’t imagine my life without having some sort of aspect of professional wrestling in it for a long, long time so even after my time in the ring is up, I always wanna be able to help behind the scenes so whether that’s hosting or producing or yeah, commentary. Commentary is no joke. That’s a tough job. Tony Schiavone would be mad at me if I act like commentary is just a breeze, a walk in the park. It’s very, very hard and it takes a long time to get good at.

Britt Baker is currently teaming up with Jamie Hayter and Hikaru Shida and feuding with The Outcasts. We will have to wait and see how Britt Baker will be booked in the coming weeks.

What’s your take on what Britt Baker said? Do you think she will be a good commentator? Let us know in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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