Toni Storm Debuts On AEW Dynamite And Becomes ALL Elite

Today’s AEW Dynamite of Columbia, SC saw Storm emerge from the company as a mysterious talent that AEW President Tony Khan had been mocking. Storm defeated The Bunny in the first qualifying match for The Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament.

AEW tweeted after the match, “Welcome to the team… #ToniStorm is #AllElite #AEWDynamite”

Storm requested her WWE release in late December, and it was granted. She recently became a free agent this week as his 90-day non-competition clause expired on Tuesday. Storm recently launched the OnlyFans account and was trending on social media for content he posted to fans.

Storm is the first wrestler to qualify for AEW’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournaments. The qualifiers are likely to continue in the next few weeks as the AEW previously announced that the first round matches will kick off with the May 11 AEW Dynamite program from UBS Arena in Long Island, NY. The finals of The Owen Hart Foundation Men’s & Women’s Tournaments will be at the 2022 AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view, scheduled for Sunday 29 May at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Drs. Martha Hart will be performing at Double Or Nothing presenting the winners of their trophy called “The Owen” Cup.

Stay tuned to find out more about Storm and tournaments. You can see clips of the first Storm and win the rabbit below, as well as tweets from Khan and AEW

Nyla Rose reacts to Toni Storm joining AEW

Nyla Rose recently responded to Toni Storm’s first AEW appearance in the latest episode of Dynamite, where the latest one defeated The Bunny.

The Owen Hart Tournament officially kicked off the program on Wednesday night this week with a qualifying match. While The Bunny has already been announced to compete last week, Storm has stepped in as her stunning rival, and is expected to receive a buzz from fans.

While it is undisputed that the former SmackDown star should have won her first match soon, the fight was still fun. Toni Storm’s launch of AEW has become a hot topic, with many sharing their reactions to Twitter.

One of them is Nyla Rose, who was overjoyed when the 26-year-old star played for the first time. She wrote on Twitter that Jade Cargill, whose musical theme is Marvel Storm, predicted the arrival of the former WWE wrestler who would come before All Elite Wrestling. Check out Rose’s tweet below

Toni Storm can be a future AEW Women’s Champion

Toni’s WWE career ended abruptly as she left the company during a program with Charlotte Flair. However, there is no doubt that it is her talents within the ring that got her in AEW.

As the AEW women’s wing grows stronger, it is safe to assume that Toni Storm could be a leading star if she does very well. The British star is also one of the favorites to win the Owen Hart Tournament, which could put her in the picture.

Ashvinkumar Patil is a Sports Journalist, who likes to use his great writing skills to curate articles about Pro Wrestling here at Clout News.