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Report: Thunder Rosa gets involved in a brawl with Ivelisse at AEW Dynamite

Report: Thunder Rosa gets involved in a brawl with Ivelisse at AEW Dynamite

AEW reportedly fought a “real” battle between two top female stars. This Wednesday, Thunder Rosa defended her NWA World Women’s Championship against Iberisse. Before and during the battle, there was a heated exchange of words between the two.

A real battle breaks out at AEW, including Thunder Rosa

The match was visibly hard and a heated encounter. Both superstars have hit particularly badly. After all, the feeling of hostility was very real. In the end, Rosa held the title to Iberisse with a Tombstone pile driver.

According to a recent report by Fight Select by Karuta Holic Rosa felt that Iberis didn’t sell some of her attacks, which made the champion look bad. Both women attacked each other with their full power.

It was clearly a misunderstanding in both parts. However, some wrestlers claimed that Rosa and Iberis also did not cooperate before the match.

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The live audience believed that the hard hits would be edited when the event aired, but they weren’t. After the match, Rosa felt that it wouldn’t make the NWA title or NWA look bad. Many supported Rosa’s claim.

Even after the match, I could see the tension between the two women. Rosa is famous for being a hard worker. Currently she isn’t doing well outside the ring.

The NWA Women’s Champion was trying to be a behind-the-scenes leader. Therefore, she worked with many AEW roster members trained at Dustin Rhodes (aka Golddust).

The brawl between Thunder Rosa and Iberisse was so fierce that I believed that the match between Thunder Rosa and Hikaru Shida vs. Iberisse and Diamante would be removed from the list next week. But so far, it’s still working with matchcards.

In addition, Thunder Rosa or Ivelisse have not yet confirmed or commented on the situation.

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