Mercedes Mone had the entire wrestling industry buzzing following her arrival at Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling, making her spectacular debut at their special show, AEW Big Business last month.

The CEO of women’s wrestling has been off to an excellent start with all the mainstream attention she has been garnering for the Jacksonville-based promotion and has invited her former 4 Horsewomen cohort, Becky Lynch to join the festivities.

During recent interview on the Stick to Wrestling Podcast, Mercedes Mone was asked to make a public statement regarding inviting the best talents to AEW after the mention of The Man’s WWE contract coming to its end was dropped.

The former WWE Women’s champion stated the decision was up to Tony Khan and if wanted people on his roster, it would have to be the best wrestlers in the entire world possibly inviting Becky, who is known to be one of the best in-ring talents in the world, to her new home ground.


“If [Tony Khan] would want somebody here, they would have to be the best wrestlers. If you wanna be here, come to AEW.”

As it is known, Becky Lynch has two months left in her current WWE deal. Moreover, she is set to battle Rhea Ripley for the WWE Women’s World Championship at WrestleMania 40 this week with tensions running high between both competitors days before their clash.

With The Man being a WWE loyalist and one of their prime fixtures for a long time, a move to AEW seems unlikely as Becky Lynch might just consider inking a new deal with global juggernaut again. We will have to wait and see what happens next.

What are your thoughts on Mercedes Mone dropping a possible invite to Becky Lynch to join AEW? Sound off in the comments!

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