Ivelisse Would Like To Re-Sign With AEW

Would AEW welcome her back?

Ivelisse has revealed she would like to return to All Elite Wrestling if the "misunderstanding" could be resolved. 

The controversial wrestler was "let go" by Tony Khan's promotion in April following disagreements with agents backstage and she would go on to accuse Thunder Rosa of slander after she was released. 

Ivelisse issued the following statement at the time of her release: "I spoke up about mistreatment from a Coach, even to other women too, there were witnesses and I was the one suspended and left in limbo and just now let go, and nothing has been done at all the entire time about (Thunder Rosa) slandering my name the entire time in AEW and doing everything to sabotage my position there, I kept quiet, (Thunder Rosa) also has a history of getting involved with officials in order to get ahead which there was a lawsuit and everything in (Lucha Underground)."

Ivelisse has returned to independent wrestling since her AEW departure and she is the SHINE, SWE and Ladies Night Out Women's Champion.

A run in a major company could be in Ivelisse's future, though, and she told Women's Wrestling Talk she would like to return to AEW if the opportunity arose.

"In major companies I would say, if I had a magic wand and I could erase politics, I would say AEW despite the misunderstanding. I was still able to be completely utterly myself, Ivelisse 'La Sicaria.' And the misunderstandings only happened in the end. So throughout that, even as I was being presented, which you know, I love doing tag team stuff and everything like that, but I obviously also am a very accomplished singles competitor as well," she said.

"I was looking forward to it all, anything and everything, to just give my entire all despite, you know, not being able to show the AEW universe, those other elements of who I am, etc. I still feel like it is the platform that I could best present who 'La Sicaria' is, and everything that has to do with my character, everything that has to do with what I could deliver in every department. So, unfortunately, you know, it's just that misunderstanding. But again, if that meant there was a magic wand, or if there was somehow, someway some miracle that could happen in life, and this misunderstanding could be resolved. I'll say AEW."

H/T to Wrestling Inc.

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