AEW Double or Nothing was a packed event in Las Vegas, and Toni Storm left the T-Mobile Arena as the company’s new Women’s Champion. That big win went down over an already injured Jamie Hayter, and the fact that she was able to persevere through that match was certainly noticed backstage.

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PW Insider noted behind their paywall that Jamie Hayter received big props this week after her AEW Women’s Title loss at Double or Nothing. She apparently received a lot of respect after pressing on with the match despite her back issues.

There were a lot of people backstage praising Jamie Hayter for gutting through her back issues to drop the AEW Women’s title to Toni Storm.


Jamie Hayter is no longer the AEW Women’s Title after a hard-fought match at Double or Nothing. She was selling injuries from a beatdown to start out the contest, leaving many fans to wonder where her friends like Britt Baker were during that assault.

Now, Toni Storm is AEW Women’s Champion once again. She made it very clear during the media scrum after Double or Nothing that the entire interim title situation she dealt with before was “bullsh*t,” so she’s obviously getting her title reign off to a opinionated start.

The AEW roster is dealing with several injuries right now. Only time will tell how long Jamie Hayter needs to take out of action, but she certainly gained a lot of respect at Double or Nothing.

What’s your take on the AEW Women’s Tile changing hands at Double or Nothing? Sound off in the comments!

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