On the Grand Slam episode of this week’s Rampage, Diamante made a commitment to not ride by herself to her TBS title match. The co-winner of the Deadly Draw Tournament (remember that?) announced she was bringing “the OG Baddest Bitch from the 305” to compete with Jade Cargill’s Baddies.
Hip-hop fans in the 1990s and 2000s wondered if Trina would ever make an appearance in AEW as some tried to identify which women’s wrestlers were from Miami. It turns out that it was the 43-year-old who has forged a successful career by working with Missy Elliott, Rick Ross, Ludacris, Lil Wayne, and many other artists. In New York City, she is currently fighting That Bitch.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) September 22, 2022
Really cool And if Tony Khan’s intention was to make news with the first female rapper, he received help from one of the biggest today. Cardi B enjoyed it, and if AEW is what convinces Cardi to become a loyal fan again, how envious will WWE be?
MY MOOD ALWAYS! pic.twitter.com/eF6gcwrHVM
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) September 22, 2022
Known for her love of wrestling, Cardi B frequently tweets about the activity. She made a reference to Jimmy Snuka in her song “Hot Shit,” which prompted responses from Tamina and Natalya. Trina had a bold statement, “You see me now.” If that enthusiasm pays off on Friday or in the upcoming spoilers, we’ll find out.