He would know better. There are a lot of people needed to make a wrestling show work. While the stars and familiar names are the ones who receive the most attention, several other people are also included in a variety of roles. That is the case with some of the wrestlers who are there to make others look good and now there is some controversy about a statement involving some of them.
Earlier this year, AEW Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa was forced to take time away from the ring due to a back injury. According to this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter, since Rosa’s hiatus began, her friends, including names such as KiLynn King, Madi Wrenkowski and Jazmin Allure have not been used as AEW extras. AEW’s Shawn Dean has responded to the report, denying the report and saying those women are all in good standing with the company. Dean is responsible for choosing the extra talent for AEW events.
It’s the kind of careless reporting like this causing unnecessary issues and problems for no reason! U have no info, yet still report this dumb bs! All those talented women are in good standing. So whoever brought that to ur attention is a liar and a fraud. #Salute? pic.twitter.com/semK36Quai
— Capt. Shawn Dean (@ShawnDean773) October 23, 2022
Opinion: This is one of those things that is going to be interesting, but at the end of the day, Dean would know more about the inner workings of AEW. I would certainly hope that friends of Rosa aren’t going to be treated differently because of something AEW has against her as those are some talented women. This is one of those things that could very well turn into a back and forth and hopefully we don’t have to go down that messy road.
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