The wrestling community is buzzing with speculation about former WWE Superstar Sasha Banks, also known as Mercedes Mone, possibly transitioning to AEW. Initially thought to be eyeing a return to WWE, recent developments hint at a shift in Banks’ career path.

Reports indicate that Banks had been negotiating for a WWE contract surpassing the terms of Charlotte Flair’s recent deal, who has become the highest-paid female wrestler in WWE. However, the narrative has taken a turn, with Sean Sapp of Fightful Select suggesting that industry insiders are leaning towards Banks’ move to AEW.

While AEW has yet to confirm these rumors, there’s growing anticipation that Banks could appear on AEW Dynamite as early as this Wednesday. The wrestling industry is abuzz with expectations of Banks, now referred to as Mercedes Mone, signing with AEW, although no official announcement has been made.

The potential AEW debut of Banks remains a topic of considerable interest. Her presence at AEW’s All In event at Wembley Stadium, coupled with her focus on current women’s champion Toni Storm, has further fueled these speculations.

Toni Storm, in a post-show press conference at AEW Worlds End, teased the possibility of AEW signing a major free agent, believed to be Mercedes Mone. In a playful twist, Storm shifted the conversation by humorously challenging WWE Hall of Famer Wendi Richter.

AEW President Tony Khan might seize the opportunity to introduce Banks at Revolution, potentially setting her up as a surprise challenger for Toni Storm. It’s noteworthy that Banks is currently recovering from an injury sustained last year in NJPW, which may factor into the timing of her AEW debut.



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