Typically, a professional wrestler who switched from one organisation to another. Then won the top prize in a single month would generate more than enough news for a whole year. Despite the fact that Mercedes Mone accomplished all of those goals.
Leaving WWE for NJPW in January and capturing the IWGP Women’s Title in February. She might be poised to garner even more attention when she makes a significant choice next month. According to the most recent Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Mone’s contract with Bushiroad. The organization that owns both STARDOM and NJPW, is set to expire on April 23.
Due to the fact that Mone is currently scheduled to compete that day for Stardom in the Yokohama Arena, supposedly against Mayu Iwatani, it can be assumed that the two parties have not yet reached an agreement. She has not been advertised for any NJPW or STARDOM shows before or after. As one might anticipate, if Mone were to enter the job market, she would have a variety of opportunities to choose from, including staying with Bushiroad, going back to WWE, or joining AEW.
Sasha Banks’ return to WWE
The former Sasha Banks’ return to WWE was noted, but it was also made clear that she would have to give up some of the demands she made during earlier negotiations. Yet, a contract with either Bushiroad or AEW would allow Mone to continue working in Japan and perhaps even book gigs in Mexico.
In the end, Mone hasn’t made a choice one way or the other, and she probably won’t until she competes in the last match of her Bushiroad contract. It was mentioned that Mone will be traveling to Japan after her obligations for WrestleMania weekend and staying there all the way up until the Yokohama performance.