The highly anticipated moment finally arrived during the opening moments of AEW Big Business, as Mercedes Mone made her monumental debut amidst immense fanfare, fulfilling the eager anticipation of fans everywhere. With her move to AEW, it appears to promise a significant boost to the women’s division as a whole.

At Dynamite: Big Business in Boston, Mercedes Mone received a thunderous ovation from her hometown crowd. During her debut AEW promo, the 32-year-old directly addressed the fans and issued a stern warning to Willow Nightingale, leaving no doubt that their unfinished business would soon be settled.

With Mercedes Mone’s arrival in AEW, fans wondered if this meant the women’s division as a whole would gain more prominence. During Fightful’s Q&A session, Sean Ross Sapp was asked if Mone’s AEW debut meant the women’s division would gain focus. Ross noted that it is indeed the plan, stating that AEW programming each week will include a segment for Mone and for the women’s division.

“Yes, I would say that it does. Basically the way I was told a month ago was there’d basically be a Mercedes segment as well as a women’s segment now. That remains to be seen if it’s actually going to happen like that.”


Mercedes Mone also credited the AEW women’s division for her move to the promotion. Therefore, it remains to be seen just how much Mercedes Mone will ultimately benefit AEW in the long run.

Are you looking forward to the AEW women’s division getting more attention? Let us know in the comments!

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