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Taya Valkyrie Signs With AEW; The Outcasts Become Outnumbered On Dynamite

AEW has made two new hires.

In the second match of the March 15 AEW Dynamite, Jade Cargill put her TBS Championship on the line against Canada’s own Nicole Matthews. The bout only lasted mere seconds as Cargill was able to quickly hit Jaded for the victory. Renee Paquette then attempted to interview the champ, but Cargill stole the mic. Seconds later, Taya Valkyrie marched down to the ring to confront the undefeated champion and made her intentions clear.

Cargill stared down Valkyrie before exiting, which left Leila Grey alone in the ring for “La Wera Loca” to hit her own version of Jaded.

Following the segment, Tony Khan announced via Twitter that Valkyrie has officially signed with AEW.

Later on, The Outcasts came out to the ring to run down the fans in the crowd while also discussing their journey to coming together as a unit.

Jamie Hayter and Britt Baker eventually ran down to shut them up, but The Outcasts benefitted from the numbers game. That was until Riho, Skye Blue, and Willow Nightingale all ran out to chase off The Outcasts.

In some behind-the-scenes news, PWInsider reports that Sarah Stock has joined AEW as a new coach. Stock previously wrestled as Sarita in TNA and served as WWE coach and producer for five years until she was part of the mass cuts at the onset of the pandemic.

What did you think of this week’s Dynamite? Sound off with your thoughts below!


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