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Willow Nightingale: Becoming AEW Women’s World Champion At AEW All In Would Be A Dream Moment

Willow Nightingale

Willow Nightingale made it to the finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament by defeating Kris Statlander in the semi-final match on this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

Willow will take on the winner of Mariah May vs. Hikaru Shida on next week’s Dynamite. The winner will then advance to the finals, where the winner of the tournament will earn a women’s World Title bout at All In. 

Speaking on Good Karma Wrestling, Willow talked about wanting to earn the title bout.

“I’m in the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament. I did win that last year, but last year, the stakes were not as high. I think I won the tournament, and for me, it was kind of more like a statement. This year, there’s stakes of going to Wembley, which I did not get to do last year, which was a big chip on my shoulder for the second half of the year. So I want to go to Wembley, I want to wrestle for the Women’s World Championship because I have not done that, and that is definitely a big goal of mine. Winning there would be beautiful, dream moment, chef’s kiss. That’s the big one for me right now,” Nightingale said.

H/T to Fightful for the transcription

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