Cris Cyborg believes AEW Rampage needs to make one change over bookings


Cris Cyborg had a suggestion for the AEW with their second show, Rampage coming up

The AEW, established in January 2019, has grown in leaps and bounds. In just 9 months time, their flagship show, Dynamite went on air (October 2019 on TNT).

A couple of months ago, the All-Elite Wrestling announced that they would be launching their second weekly show, named Rampage.

AEW Rampage is set to go on air, starting from the 13th of August, this year. Rampage is expected to rival WWE’s Friday Night SmackDown, since this will also be airing on Fridays.

It is set to be presented by former WWE Superstar Mark Henry, with another name yet to be announced by the promotion.

Once again it will be telecasted on TNT, and would move to TBS in January 2022.

Cris Cyborg feels the AEW should bring in more women wrestlers to their new show, Rampage

With the AEW beginning to attract more eyeballs, Bellator Women’s Featherweight Champion and former UFC star Cris Cyborg stated that the AEW Rampage must bring in more women wrestlers to their show.

Hikaru Shida kept hold of her AEW Women's title
Hikaru Shida of AEW (Twitter)

Cyborg took to Twitter, writing:

“Am I the only one that thinks @AEW Rampage needs more women wrestlers?!”

Cyborg is currently marauding in her reign as the Bellator women’s featherweight champion. She has already defended her belt twice, after winning the championship on her Bellator debut.

Besides this, Cyborg’s MMA record is beyond impressive. She has a record of 24 wins and just 2 losses.

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