AEW Currently Looking To Add Depth To The Women's Division

AEW have a 'depth initiative' in place

Since the promotion was founded back in 2019, All Elite Wrestling have continued to expand the the women's division and the roster currently includes a number of female stars, including Britt Baker, Jamie Hayter, Toni Storm, Saraya, Ruby Soho, Thunder Rosa, Willow Nightingale, Athena, Jade Cargill, Hikaru Shida, Taya Valkyrie, Tay Melo, Serena Deeb, and Anna Jay. 

The promotion reportedly recently added Ashley D'Amboise to the roster and Jim Ross revealed while speaking about Trinity Fatu signing with IMPACT Wrestling that AEW currently has a depth initiative in place for the women's division. 

"Yeah, she's such a nice person, too, more importantly to many, a locker room person. A good citizen, wrestling citizen in her community. So, I think she'll help anybody. I was surprised she went there, not because I thought she was coming to work for AEW, but that wouldn't have been a bad landing spot for her as to the ongoing depth initiative, getting more talent that can work and that has some experience, and adding a piece here and a piece there to continue to build that division. I'm hopeful she'll do well," Jim Ross said on Grilling JR

Trinity made her IMPACT debut at the promotion's Spring Slugfest tapings on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29. Her debut will air on tonight's episode of IMPACT. 

H/T to Inside The Ropes

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