An update has emerged on former AEW World Champion Thunder Rosa, following this week’s AEW Dynamite taping.
While holding the AEW Women’s Title, Thunder Rosa revealed that she was recovering from a back injury ahead of the September 2022 All Out pay-per-view.
Toni Storm won the interim AEW Women’s Championship at that event, and her reign was retroactively changed from interim to official in November, when Thunder Rosa relinquished her gold.
Per PWInsider, Thunder Rosa was backstage at the February 8 Dynamite taping. It is worth noting that the event aired from El Paso, Texas.
Rosa is based out of Texas, and treats San Antonio as her adoptive hometown.
It is currently unclear when Rosa will make her wrestling return. The former champion revealed in December 2022 that she was then able to resume weight training amid her hiatus.
Jamie Hayter currently holds the AEW Women’s Championship after defeating Toni Storm for the gold at AEW Full Gear in November 2022.
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A list of injured AEW stars and their expected return dates can be found at this link.
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