AEW has seen a lot of growth over the past few years in various ways. However, that doesn’t mean everything is going well in the company. Now it appears AEW has been accused of having a toxic women’s division.

The women’s division in AEW has been a major topic of discussion after this week’s Dynamite when a sign was shown for a good few seconds on television that simply said “Book the women’s division better”. This was right after Taya Valkyrie and Britt Baker.

Indie wrestler LuFisto worked one match for AEW in April 2022 for an Elevation taping. She took to Twitter and talked about her time in AEW, as she mentioned how bad it was for her.

It’s cute how people blame booking for a bad women’s division.Talent with too much power; talent denigrating each other; talent trash-talking potential employees so they never get in as soon as they walk in…

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It starts here.

The one you called FN French Canadian a******

This is the first time I say something publicly after over a year. I’m not going to throw names on an app with limited characters. There are several details and a context to explain the whole story with accuracy, which I’ll do when the opportunity arises.

LuFisto did not specify who she was referring to as “you”, nor did she give any context. The indie wrestler then made it clear that she considers the women’s division to be a toxic environment.

No worries. No need for such a toxic environment in my life.

No AEW wrestler has responded to these accusations as of yet. Regardless, many fans do agree that the women’s division needs a lot of work, so we’ll have to see if it will see any improvement in the coming weeks.

What’s your view on this story? Are you surprised by these accusations? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

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