Mercedes Moné had been teasing her return to the wrestling scene for months, keeping fans eagerly anticipating her comeback. Tonight, in her hometown of Boston, Massachusetts, the CEO of women’s wrestling made a triumphant entrance onto the All Elite landscape, captivating the audience with her presence. She also greeted fans after the show went off the air.

On tonight’s AEW Big Business, as Renee Paquette unveiled the card lineup, car pulled up beside her backstage. Suddenly, Mone’s entrance music blared through the arena, and Mercedes emerged to a roaring ovation from the crowd, accompanied by chants of “CEO”.

The former IWGP Women’s Champion delivered a promo, paying homage to her idol Eddie Guerrero and expressing gratitude towards the fans. Mercedes Moné concluded her speech by proclaiming AEW as the sole platform where revolution can transcend borders.

This wasn’t the last appearance fans had of Mone. In the main event, Willow Nightingale emerged victorious against Riho in a singles match. Following the bout, Julia Hart and Sky Blue launched an attack on Nightingale.


Mercedes Moné then entered the scene, sporting her new ring attire. She swiftly took down Blue before delivering her signature move, the Mone Maker, to Hart.

After the cameras stopped rolling, the debuting star remained in the ring for some time, basking in the moment. Mone spent a generous amount of time interacting with fans at ringside, dancing to her theme after Dynamite went off the air, before eventually heading backstage.

The former champion’s debut marked a significant success for AEW. Now, fans are eager to see what plans the company has in store for her going forward.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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