AEW is still trying their best to carve out the biggest portion they can in the pro wrestling landscape. That being said, some fans have noticed that their women’s division is getting the short end of the stick. Now, it appears that their roster feels the same way.

A critical fan sign actually made its way onto AEW Dynamite this week. That sign begged for Tony Khan to book the AEW Women’s Division better. For some reason, they focused on that sign for a couple of seconds in the crowd this week, and that drew a lot of attention.

Behind Fightful’s paywall, during a Q&A session, Sean Sapp remarked that many females in AEW are growing frustrated with the company’s current booking. It is apparent that Tony Khan could be doing more with his women’s division.

“A lot of the women are. But there’s also a lot of people who are very aloof and like, ‘Ah, why bother’ type of stuff, and obviously, you’re never gonna win those people over no matter what. You’re just never gonna win those people over.”


We will have to see if AEW fixes things, because the time is certainly not equal for women vs men on television. AEW has a few shows where they can share the love, and it appears that their roster is right there with critical fans.

AEW’s women’s division is full of former champions from all over the pro wrestling world. They also have a few homegrown talents, but they won’t get anywhere unless Tony Khan gives them television time.

Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue motioning this ongoing subject, and everything else in the pro wrestling world. Also, we invite you to sound off by using the comments below to let us know what you’re thinking!

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