Thunder Rosa doesn’t have timeline for when she’ll be back, credits AEW women’s division

The AEW Women's World Champion does not know when she'll be back exactly, but credits AEW's women's division for doing a great job

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An update from Thunder Rosa. 

While AEW Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa has been rehabbing an injury, Toni Storm is reigning as AEW Interim Women’s World Champion. 

Rosa was last in action this past August. On 11/10, she accepted her spot as a part of the Tijuana Walk of Fame. Rosa went live on Instagram before the ceremony and gave a shout out to AEW’s women’s division and stated that they’re doing great. 

Rosa added that she knows people are eager to know when she’s coming back but she does not have a timeline and the news will ‘come later’. 

Shoutout to all the AEW women’s division. You guys are doing great, but I’m getting better. Time is coming. I’m coming back soon [she smiled]. 

I know you guys are really eager to know when I’m coming back. The news will come later. I’m sorry, I don’t have a timeline. I just wanna thank everyone for being so happy to see me and asking to come back. 

The AEW Interim Women’s World Title will be on the line at Full Gear when Toni Storm defends against Jamie Hayter. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit the original source with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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