The AEW Women’s Division has long been considered AEW’s weakest aspect of their on-air product. The company was dealt a bad hand with a mixture of injuries and the pandemic limiting the number of stars they have to use on television but Kenny Omega still sees cause for optimism.
In a recent interview with TV Insider, Omega discussed the company’s women’s division. More specifically, he mentioned that the division is taking baby steps and their roster keeps getting better. Here is the quote:
“I think we are taking baby steps. We have hungry performers who are passionate about getting a chance to do their best. Passion speaks to me more than the performance of a maneuver, and right now, our women are really chomping at the bit to get these TV spots.
They’re all training hard. Our roster keeps getting better. [No one has] lost their passion. They are still striving for that big goal, which is for the women’s division to get more time. I’ll have the biggest smile on my face the day we get it. I know we will.”
Kenny Omega has been one of the people behind AEW’s women’s division since the company launched in 2019.