Breaking: Former WWE Superstar Challenges Former AAW Champion to an Intergender Match

Breaking: Former WWE Superstar Challenges Former AAW Champion to an Intergender Match

 

Ruby Soho is planning a comeback to AAW and for that she has chosen to challenge The Walking Weapon, Josh Alexander, in an intergender match. She left AAW on December 30th, 2016. And, she plans to make a return on December 30th, 2021. However, she wants to take on two-time champion Josh Alexander for the same. Soho put forward this challenge on social media.

Almost immediately, Alexander accepted the challenge, claiming that he will defeat her and ensure her banner is taken down as well!

 

Currently, Ruby Soho has signed her AEW but she hasn’t worked as much as one expected her to. It’s possible she’s considering working with AAW to revive her former glory.

 

 

Ruby Soho moved to AEW after her unexpected WWE release
When WWE released Ruby Riott, there was a lot of speculation about her next move. While many guessed she would head over to AEW, she herself didn’t have a lot of answers for her fans.

 

 

Breaking: Former WWE Superstar Challenges Former AAW Champion to an Intergender Match

However, once she started changing her looks, the fans knew something was up. Nevertheless, she ensured to keep all her plans a secret until it was set in stone. When she finally revealed her move, all of her fans were ecstatic.

 

 

Coming to her AEW Debut, it was in September 2021. She entered the Casino Royal Women’s Battle, and won the match. She had nothing but praise for the company.

 

Breaking: Former WWE Superstar Challenges Former AAW Champion to an Intergender Match

“A lot of my friends had worked in AEW and they’ve always said wonderful things about it. To be honest, I’m waiting for something to go wrong, because it’s too good to be true at this point. It’s so rad and it’s so much fun, and I love coming to work and everything like that. But they always had good things to say about it.”

 

 

“always been a fan of the product. But the moment it was for sure ‘this is where I’m meant to be’ was All Out, when I debuted and I came out to the amazing reception in Chicago. It was after that where I was like ‘this is where I’m meant to be. This is home for me for sure.’” H/t Wrestling Inc

 

Breaking: Former WWE Superstar Challenges Former AAW Champion to an Intergender Match

Undoubtedly, she is destined for greatness. Now, it all depends on what happens on December 30th, 2021 against Josh Alexander!

 

 

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