Backstage News On Thunder Rosa’s AEW In-Ring Return

Thunder Rosa has been out of in-ring competition due to a terrible back injury for a while now. In fact, she had to vacate her AEW Women’s title last August due to it. WNZ has an update on some potentially good news for the talent and her fans.

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Thunder Rosa has been out of in-ring competition due to a terrible back injury for a while now. In fact, she had to vacate her AEW Women’s title last August due to it. WNZ has an update on some potentially good news for the talent and her fans.

Update On Thunder Rosa And A Return To The Squared Circle

According to Fightful Select, the former Women’s Champion could be nearing an in-ring return at “anytime”. The report reveals that the 37-year-old is ready, provided AEW produces creative for her.

The talent had talked to some during Starrcast this past weekend, and AEW sources indicate she’s “ready” for a return. Fans will have to wait and see when she makes a full comeback.

Rosa’s Wrestling History

She broke into the wrestling business at the age of 28, debuting with Supreme Pro Wrestling in California. The talent quickly became a “regular” on the indie scene in this area.

Thunder Rosa
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She’d joined the Lucha Underground promotion a year later, working under the name “Kobra Moon” and spent about four years with the company. During this time, she received a taste of gold, with a Trios Championship run, along with Jeremiah Snake and Daga.

In addition, she also had brief runs with Ring of Honor (ROH), Women of Wrestling (WOW), and Billy Corgan’s NWA. It was during her time in NWA that she won the World Women’s Championship, and also caught the attention of All Elite Wrestling.

Thunder Rosa
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While still working with NWA, she’d debut on AEW in October 2020, cutting a promo then-Women’s Champion, Hiraku Shida. Tony Khan ended up buying her out of her NWA deal in 2021, and by March 16th of the following year, she became AEW Women’s Champion for the first time.

Here’s hoping this report is true, and she’s on her way back to action. Only time will tell.

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