Mercedes Mone spotted with Bloodline member and other top WWE stars at Super Bowl LVIII ahead of rumored AEW debut
Mercedes Mone is rumored to debut in AEW at the Dynamite special Business Day on March 13.
Mercedes Mone attended Super Bowl with several WWE stars (via BBC and X/@MercedesVarnado)
The Super Bowl held in Las Vegas attracted a glamorous array of celebrities, including multiple superstars from the wrestling realm. Among the notable attendees was Mercedes Mone, reported to be close to signing to AEW, alongside WWE superstars Bayley, Naomi, and Jimmy Uso.
Bayley shared a photo on her Instagram story from the event, where she joined Mone, Naomi, and Jimmy Uso. They were all rooting for the San Francisco 49ers during the game. However, despite their support, the 49ers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Swirling rumors suggest that Mercedes Mone has signed a deal with AEW, although there hasn’t been any official confirmation made public yet. Yet, anticipation is mounting as AEW has dropped hints about her potential debut on the upcoming AEW Dynamite special, Business Day. Wrestling fans are eagerly awaiting to see if these speculations will come to fruition and mark the beginning of Mone’s journey in the AEW ring.
Mercedes Mone and Bayley share a deep friendship that spans their careers, from NXT to the main roster. Together, they achieved significant milestones, including winning tag team titles. However, their paths have now diverged, with Mercedes Mone gearing up for AEW while Bayley is preparing to battle for the Women’s Title at WrestleMania. Despite their different career trajectories, their bond remains strong.
Mercedes Mone’s arrival can be a game changer for AEW’s women’s division
Mercedes Mone’s arrival on the AEW roster is poised to bring a significant boost to the women’s division. Widely regarded as one of the best women wrestlers globally, Mone’s fame and experience from her time as a top star in WWE, as well as her stints in Japan with NJPW and Stardom, add immense star power to AEW’s female talent pool.
While AEW already boasts skilled competitors like Deonna Purrazzo, Toni Storm, and Britt Baker, they have often struggled to reach their full potential due to inconsistent booking and a lack of focus on the women’s division. With Mone’s inclusion, AEW not only gains a marquee name but also an opportunity to revitalize and elevate its women’s division.
As a seasoned veteran, Mone can offer invaluable insight and leadership to upcoming stars like Julia Hart and Skye Blue. Hence, she can help them hone their skills and navigate the complexities of professional wrestling at the highest level.
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