Mercedes Mone’s highly anticipated debut on AEW Dynamite Big Business lived up to the hype, marking significant moment for both her and the promotion. As one of the most sought-after free agents in the industry, Mercedes chose AEW after negotiations with WWE reportedly fell through at the end of December.

A proven champion across various promotions, Mercedes wasted no time in expressing her ambitions for AEW’s future. In an interview with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, she emphasized her determination to elevate the women’s division and lead AEW to new heights.

“I want to be here, I need to be here, and it’s because of the women’s division,” Mone declared. “The women here laid the foundation. They’re the reason I want to be in AEW. We’re going to make so much magic here.

“This is a global revolution. That’s why I’m here. You don’t think I can take this around the globe? Well then, let me show you I can. My heart is here. My dreams are here. I love wrestling. I’m a leader, and I’m going to lead.”


Mercedes kicked off AEW Dynamite Big Business with a powerful address to her hometown crowd in Boston, proudly assuming the role of CEO and making her presence felt from the outset.

She concluded the show in a spectacular fashion, coming to the aid of Willow Nightingale in a thrilling showdown against Julia Hart & Skye Blue, leaving an indelible mark on her debut and signaling her intent to make a significant impact in AEW. As Mercedes Mone takes center stage, the future of AEW’s women’s division looks brighter than ever.

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Steve Carrier

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