After dropping the NWA Women’s Championship earlier this week, speculation regarding Thunder Rosa’s status in the company came in question.
Following the match, Dave Meltzer tweeted WWE and AEW had interest in Thunder Rosa.
Serena Deeb of AEW (sorry) won the NWA women's title from Thunder Rosa tonight. We did hear about this likely happening and that both WWE & AEW had interest in her.
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) October 28, 2020
Thunder Rosa added fuel to the rumors, posting a video on Twitter, asking fans what her next move might be. She wrote WWE, AEW, and NWA in marker under her workout gear.
— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) October 28, 2020
NWA owner Billy Corgan put the rumors to rest, indicating Thunder Rosa is signed with the National Wrestling Alliance through 2021.
Confirmed: @nwa President Billy Corrigan Revealed Earlier Tonight That @thunderrosa22 Is Officially Signed To NWA Through 2021 And The Reports Of Her Leaving To Sign Elsewhere Are An Absolute LIE 😈🔥🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/bAamFtAAWd
— Brandon McMullen (@BrandonMcMull20) October 29, 2020