Mercedes Mone’s transition to AEW comes with some exciting updates and behind-the-scenes insights into her journey with the promotion.

One notable change is Mone’s new entrance theme, which she produced herself. The decision to create a new theme stemmed from the fact that her original theme bore striking similarities to Kriss Kross’ “Jump,” raising concerns over copyright clearances. However, sources revealed to Fightful Select that the new theme successfully emphasizes Mone’s “CEO” nickname, aligning with her persona.

During her debut at AEW, Mone received support from fellow wrestlers Naomi, Tamina, and Bayley, who attended the event. AEW talent interacted with them, with assurances from the promotion that they wouldn’t be filmed, highlighting the camaraderie and solidarity within the wrestling community.

Mone’s partnership with NJPW also remains significant, with NJPW sources indicating “significant plans and hopes” for her. Originally slated to win the NJPW Strong title last year, an injury prompted an audible, showcasing Mone’s adaptability and professionalism.


In terms of her debut, original pitches included consideration for the Jacksonville Homecoming Dynamite, demonstrating the meticulous planning and deliberation behind Mone’s introduction to AEW.

Additionally, Mone’s contract with AEW includes perks such as her own locker room, a privilege occasionally extended to female talent in the promotion.

As Mercedes Mone continues to make waves in AEW and beyond, fans eagerly anticipate her future endeavors and the impact she’ll undoubtedly have on the wrestling landscape.

What are your thoughts on Mercedes Mone’s transition to AEW, including her new entrance theme and the support she received from fellow wrestlers during her debut? How do you see her partnership with NJPW and the perks included in her AEW contract shaping her future in the wrestling industry? Let us know in the comments below.

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