Thunder Rosa Announced Her Official Joining Of The All Elite Spanish Commentary Desk

The former AEW Women’s Champion, Thunder Rosa, has made an unusual announcement regarding her return to the screen, even though she hasn’t been given the go-ahead to compete again in the ring. Rosa announced her official joining of the All Elite Spanish commentary desk and personality on her social media platforms.

The 36-year-old continued, saying she’s “thrilled to be able to serve Spanish-speaking admirers” in a different way as she heals from a serious back ailment. Rosa also gave another update on her rehabilitation, saying that she is looking forward to meeting everyone from the Spanish announcement desk and that her health is a journey with “ups and downs.”

According to reports, Rosa worked on the Spanish announce desk at AEW Dynamite and Rampage this week in El Paso, Texas, proving that her post is accurate. Rosa, although having previously won the AEW Women’s Championship, reportedly had a rocky relationship with a number of other female teammates and executives.

Toni Storm and Hikaru Shida

Rosa, 36, appears to have an even longer road to rehabilitation, despite rumours that she would be being slated for a return in February. Those hoping to see Rosa foot inside the squared circle any time soon will have to continue to wait. Rosa wrestled her final match in August while sitting on the sidelines, competing against Toni Storm and Hikaru Shida in a six-woman match on AEW Dark: Elevation.

Rosa renounced her belt after that match in November, saying on “AEW Dynamite” that she would need to take a break. In the interim, Toni Storm was named the interim champion by AEW. She eventually lost the title to Jamie Hayter, who went on to become the legitimate champion. Rosa stated, I had the opportunity to become a professional athlete. That’s what I wanted to be when I was younger. I’ve participated in MMA and had an MMA match.

I immediately jumped in, trained for 6 months, and proceeded for it. I was wrestling and just doing MMA while at the same time all through training. And I was battling things because I was muscle hypertrophy, because I needed to put food on the table, and I hate wrestling because it’s my job.  It was extremely difficult. And now that I’m in this stage, I have to deal with not eating right and not working out the way I want to work out but I’ve been on the road.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.