Hikaru Shida has opened up about losing her AEW Women’s World Championship at last night’s Double or Nothing show.
During yesterday’s AEW pay-per-view, Britt Baker defeated Hikaru Shida to become AEW Women’s Champion. This ended Shida’s 372 day reign with the gold.
The former champion has now commented on her loss. Taking to Twitter, Shida noted that it was an honor to hold the title for as long as she did, especially during the pandemic.
Thanking all of her fans, Shida tweeted:
It was an honor to be the champ in the world-wide hard time, I don’t feel I was unlucky at all.
I appreciate all of you to support me long time. Thank you so much.
god, this is hard#AEW #DOUBLEorNOTHING pic.twitter.com/9PbpxRY9um
— HIKARU SHIDA 志田 光 (@shidahikaru) May 31, 2021
Shida originally won the gold from Nyla Rose at Double or Nothing 2020. Her loss to Baker last night was her first singles match defeat since December 2019.
Also at Double or Nothing, Jungle Boy won the Casino Battle Royale. He will challenge Kenny Omega for the AEW World Championship in two weeks.
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