Tony Khan Open To AEW Women’s World Championship Being Defended Overseas

11 months ago by Connel Rumsey

Tony Khan Open To AEW Women’s World Championship Being Defended Overseas AEW

Pac captured his first championship in his AEW career back at Forbidden Door, when he defeated Miro, Malakai Black and Clark Connors to become the inaugural AEW All-Atlantic Champion.

Pac has not appeared on either episode of AEW Dynamite since winning the title, though he is set to make the first defence of the title in RevPro this weekend against Shota Umino.

AEW president Tony Khan spoke about the title during his appearance on Ringer Wrestling’s the Masked Man Show, where he said that the All-Atlantic Championship is a travelling championship, for the champion to defend.

Furthermore, Khan said that AEW Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa has spoken about defending her AEW Women’s World Championship abroad, which he admitted he is ‘open to’.

He said:

“PAC is going back to England, he’s back in England now, and he is going to defend the title internationally … It’s a traveling championship, because the champions of AEW, because of TV commitments, all the other champions we really have booked here through the year, let’s have a champion that can go defend the title. Thunder Rosa has also talked about defending the Women’s World Championship abroad, which I’m open to also.”

Rosa is set to face Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling ace Miyu Yamashita in Japan this Saturday at the TJPW Summer Sun Princess event.

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