When will Mercedes Mone make her AEW in-ring debut? Exploring her impact on promotion’s dynamics

The speculation about Mercedes Mone’s future in wrestling came to an end in March 2024 when she made an enormous impression in AEW at Big Business. Her injuries in a bout for the inaugural NJPW STRONG Women’s Championship forced her to miss action from May 2023.

Now that she’s back in the spotlight after her AEW appearance in March, fans can’t wait for her to get back in the ring. However, a segment on Wednesday’s Dynamite finally ended the suspense. After interrupting Willow Nightingale’s interview as the next TBS title contender, Mone boldly challenged her to a title match at AEW Double or Nothing.

Mercedes Mone AEW in-ring debut date revealed

Tonight on AEW Dynamite, Mercedes Mone made a daring move that showed her determination to win the AEW Women’s Division Championship. As Willow Nightingale spoke about her next TBS Championship battle at AEW Dynasty versus Julia Hart, Mone, Kris Statlander, and Stokely Hathaway stepped out to ovation from the crowd.

Mercedes Mone
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Former Shasa Bank didn’t hold back in the face of the electric atmosphere in the stadium. Amidst her support for Nightingale’s forthcoming fight, she made a shocking news of her own. Mone said she wanted to compete for the TBS Championship and decided to go after the winner of the match at Dynasty. The winner will go on to face Mone at Double or Nothing in her highly anticipated first AEW Title battle.

The stage is set for an exciting battle, and AEW fans should put May 26th on their calendars, because Double Or Nothing will be returning to Las Vegas. After more than a year away from the ring, Mone might make a successful comeback in this bout. It has to be mentioned that the 32-year-old former WWE wrestler is quite satisfied with the AEW’s current environment. 

AEW’s backstage structures and CEO position delight Mercedes Mane

Since Mercedes Mone joined AEW, the wrestling scene has gotten more exciting, and fans are looking forward to seeing what happens next. Everyone is wondering how she will adjust to the backstage dynamics of the “All Elite” roster, especially since she has only been there for a short time and is leaving her former job with WWE.

Mercedes Mone
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During her recent interview with James Stewart of the Stick to Wrestling Podcast, Mone discussed her first impressions on AEW’s stage production. She was pleased with her work environment and talked highly of her relationship with Tony Khan and the EVPs. She said, “We work together as a partnership. I love my EVPs, I love my Chairman, As the CEO. I just bring so much more money to the table.”

Even though she’s only been a part of the plot for a little while, Mone seems to be settling in well and is excited to make an impression at the firm. So, how excited are you to see Mercedes Mone’s Las Vegas show on May 26th? Share your thoughts in the comment section. 

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