Thunder Rosa Says She ‘Doesn’t Have’ A Timeline For Return

5 months ago by Amanda Savage

Thunder Rosa Says She ‘Doesn’t Have’ A Timeline For Return AEW

While Thunder Rosa was hanging out in advance of being inducted into a Walk of Fame, she graced IG live with an appearance.

Popping on Instagram live to say hello to fans in advance of her induction into the Walk of Fame in her hometown of Tijuana, Mexico, Thunder Rosa appeared holding her AEW Women’s Championship belt.

Noting that the belt was heavy and she hadn’t held it “in awhile,” she wanted to be sure to take time to thank fans for their support.

Shouting out the AEW Women’s Division, she noted that they had been doing great but “I’m getting better, the time is coming,” before going on to quickly explain.

Thunder Rosa said:

“I know you guys are really eager to know when I’m coming back.

“The news will come later, I’m sorry I don’t have a timeline.

“I just want to thank everybody for being so happy to see me and asking for me to come back. Again, I want to thank everyone for that.”

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During the absence of Thunder Rosa due to injury, the AEW Women’s Division battled it out for one to become the Interim AEW Women’s World Champion.

While Toni Storm picked up the victory at All Out to become the Interim champ, she will be defending it shortly.

Toni Storm defends the Interim AEW Women’s World Championship against Jamie Hayter at the upcoming AEW pay-per-view, Full Gear.

You can read more about AEW’s upcoming pay-per-view, Full Gear by clicking here. 

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