Toni Storm became AEW Women’s Champion for the second time in her career, reclaiming the title from Jamie Hayter in a match hampered by injury.
The injury to Jamie Hayter seems to have been worse than expected, as she was in no fit state to wrestle against Toni Storm.
She was attacked backstage before defending her AEW Women’s Championship, with the Outcasts looking to completely incapacitate a suffering Jamie Hayter.
The match began with Hayter in no fit state, and interference from the Outcasts and Britt Baker helped mask her inability to wrestle to her full capacity.
Jamie Hayter withstood spray paint to the eyes and a hip attack, before Hikaru Shida ran in to attack Ruby Soho.
Hayter managed to hit a few moves, including her “Hayteraid” finishing move, but Toni Storm hit the Storm Zero to pin the Englishwoman, to win the AEW Women’s Championship.
The injury to Jamie Hayter puts her homecoming at Wembley Stadium in jeopardy. She was hoping to walk into All In as AEW Women’s Champion, and now she may not appear at all.
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