AEW Women have dominated the top shows of the company in recent times. Many fans consider the All Elite Wrestling company as the toughest competitor for WWE, with some even opining that AEW’s content is better than WWE. However, WWE is much ahead of AEW in terms of viewership numbers and selling tickets for the shows are concerned.
As far as the women’s department of the two companies is concerned, both companies have some of the most talented female Superstars on their roster. Some of the former WWE women now work for AEW.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) February 2, 2023
WWE has two women’s championships for two brands. AEW has a couple of women’s champions as well. One is the main AEW Women’s World Championship, and the secondary title is known as the TBS Championship. Right now, Jamie Hayter is the AEW Women’s World Champion, while Jade Cargill holds the TBS title.
There are several talented women in the All Elite Wrestling company. Here is the complete list of women on their roster.
List of AEW Women Present On The Current Roster
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- Jamia Hayter, AEW Women’s World Champion
- Jade Cargill, TBS Champion
- Anna Jay
- Athena, ROH Women’s World Champion
- Britt Baker, D.M.D
- Emi Sakura
- Hikaru Shida
- Kris Statlander
- Leva Bates
- Lelya Hirsch
- Madison Rayne
- Mercedes Martinez
- Nyla Rose
- Paige Vanzant
- Penelope Ford
- Red Velvet
- Ruby Soho
- Serena Deeb
- Tay Melo
- Thunder Rosa
- Toni Storm
- Willow Nightingale
- Yuka Sakazaki
Is Paige in AEW?
WWE did not offer Paige a new contract, prompting her to leave the company and then ink a deal with AEW. She works under the name ‘Saraya’ for her new company. Saraya made her return to the ring at AEW Full Gear 2022, where she defeated Britt Baker in a singles match.
Saraya has a 1-1 win-loss record in AEW. Earlier this year, she lost a tag team match against Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter, while teaming up with Toni Storm.