Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

AEW had a historic night in Wembley Stadium for All In London. The Zero Hour was also full of notable moments, as two titles changed hands. MJF and Adam Cole won the ROH Tag Team Titles, and then Hook won the FTW Title. That was quite a way to start the show, but now it seems that things were not done there.

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Saraya entered AEW after many did not think that she would ever wrestle again. That is the reason why the last part of her WWE run just saw the first-ever NXT Women’s Champion sitting at home.

At AEW All In London, Saraya was able to capture the moment and win the AEW Women’s Title. This went down in a four-way match with Toni Storm, Britt Baker, and Hikaru Shida.

In the end, Britt Baker struggled to get a Lockjaw on Hikaru Shida. Then Toni Storm jumped in with the AEW Women’s World Title, prepared to strike. Suddenly, Saraya jumped in and sprayed Toni in the face with her paint, and then she hit her finisher and got the big win.

This was a huge moment for Saraya in Wembley Stadium. After the match, she celebrated in a huge way as the UK crowd cheered for her. Saraya’s family also joined her in the ring as the segment ended.

What’s your take on Saraya winning the AEW Women’s World Title? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!


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