The long-standing rivalry between Mercedes Mone and Willow Nightingale took an interesting turn on tonight’s edition of AEW Dynamite and had an impact of its own on the CEO of women’s wrestling.

The show featured a celebration segment for Willow Nightingale after she dethroned Julia Hart for the AEW TBS Championship at AEW Dynasty last week organized by her cohorts, Stokely Hatheway and Kris Statlander.

However, it was cut short by the arrival of Mercedes Mone to the ring. The CEO seized the moment to extend her wishes on Nightingale’s recent title victory, while boldly declaring her intention to defeat her in their upcoming match at Double or Nothing.

As the confrontation escalated, Nightingale added fuel to the fire and confronted Mone about a past injury inflicted during their match in New Japan, questioning the legitimacy of her victory. With emotions running high, Moné warned Nightingale to savor her championship reign while it lasts, promising to snatch the title away at the upcoming pay-per-view.


As she attempted to exit the scene, Mercedes found herself stopped by Statlander, leading to her slapping Willow culminating in a frenzied pull-apart, ending the segment in a whirlwind of animosity and unresolved conflict. The CEO later took to her X to reveal that her slap was so hard on Willow that she broke her ring.

“I slapped her so hard it broke my damn ring. 😩 #AEWDynamite.”

With the stage set for the epic showdown between Mercedes Mone and Willow Nightingale, it will be a memorable bout between the two top AEW stars at Double or Nothing with the TBS Championship hanging in the balance.

What are your thoughts on the impact of Mercedes Mone’s slap to Willow Nightingale on AEW Dynamite? Sound off in the comments!

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