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Serena Deeb Reveals She’d Love To Take On A Player-Coach Role For AEW

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The current NWA Women’s Champion, Serena Deeb has revealed she is interested in possibly becoming a player-coach for AEW.

Deeb has been a big part of AEW’s product lately, putting on some great matches in the ring. But when speaking to Wrestling Steel Chair, Deeb made it clear she’d be interested in extending her role to include some coaching, which she has a history of doing with WWE.


“Absolutely, that has been discussed, and it’s something that I feel great about,” replied Deeb when asked if she had discussed coaching in AEW with Tony Khan. “I love coaching, and I love helping. I’ve always thought, even in my time coaching at WWE, before this, it would be really cool and really powerful to take on a player-coach role where I’m able to wrestle and get in the ring, do that part of it while also helping out a little bit more behind the scenes and kind of helping scout for women that are out there that might not have been seen yet. I think taking on that role especially when independent shows start running again, pending the whole COVID situation. I’m hoping that I can step into a little bit more of that player-coach role, and I can continue contributing in that way. To touch on your point, that is something that I’m really interested in doing, and I think the feeling is mutual from AEW. The women’s division is in a really amazing growth period right now, where the women are stepping up, and there are more women coming in, and there are hungry women who are working really hard to improve. I would love for my matches and my ring work to just help accelerate that process.” (H/T to Fightful.com for the transcriptions.)

Deeb was in action on AEW Dynamite this week where she successfully defended her NWA Women’s Championship in an impressive encounter with Tay Conti.

 

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AEW DYNAMITE RESULTS LIVE NOW – THE INNER CIRLCE AGAINST EACH OTHER!

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It’s Wednesday night… and you know what that means! 

Welcome to ProWrestling.com’s live coverage of AEW Dynamite! Results provided by @dougEwrestling. Follow @prowrestlingcom on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


Coverage begins at 8/7C!

AEW DYNAMITE RESULTS
JANURAY 20, 2021

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AEW Official Interferes In IMPACT Main Event; Private Party Next In Line To Challenge Good Brothers

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For the first time ever, two stars from All Elite Wrestling are next in line to challenge for the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships – and you can thank Tony Khan.

As previously reported, Matt Hardy made a surprise return to IMPACT Wrestling on Tuesday night with his incredibly talented clients Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen. After petitioning for a match with the Good Brothers, it was decided that Private Party would first face the makeshift duo of Chris Sabin and James Storm, two legends of the TNA tag team division, with the winners earning a future title opportunity.


While Tony Khan has been appearing in “paid advertisements” for several weeks, the AEW President actually stepped foot inside the IMPACT Zone this week. He wasn’t alone, bringing veteran wrestler and AEW producer Jerry Lynn as backup.

The two sat ringside during the main event, and up until the final seconds of the bout appeared to be simply cheering on their wrestlers. It was Jerry Lynn who later hopped the rail and tripped up Chris Sabin, allowing Private Party to deliver their finisher – Gin & Juice – and score the victory.

It has not yet been announced when Private Party vs. The Good Brothers will take place.

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BREAKING: Matt Hardy & Private Party Make Surprise Appearance On IMPACT Wrestling

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Matt Hardy has returned to IMPACT Wrestling for the first time since his controversial exit from the promotion in 2017, and he’s brought a Private Party with him!

The All Elite Wrestling stars made a surprise appearance on Tuesday night’s all new episode of IMPACT Wrestling, interrupting Chris Sabin and James Storm’s challenge to the Good Brothers for an IMPACT World Tag Team Championship match.


Hardy introduced Private Party to the IMPACT audience, claiming that they had the potential to be the “second best” tag team in professional wrestling history, after the Hardy Boyz of course.

Big Money Matt also brought up his last run with the company, stating that he and Jeff never technically lost the TNA World Tag Team Championships, rather they were taken away in a “stupid teleportation angle”.

In the end, it was decided that Private Party will battle Chris Sabin and James Storm – two absolute legends in the TNA/IMPACT tag team division – in tonight’s main event. The winners will receive a future title opportunity against the Good Brothers.

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