It’s difficult to argue that anyone has achieved more in the AEW Women’s Division than Britt Baker, D.M.D. Whether it is a title match, her win in the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament, or, more lately, facing a legend like Saraya, the former AEW Women’s Champion has always been at the top of the card. But Baker’s closest mate and in-ring ally, Jamie Hayter, the newly crowned Interim AEW Women’s Champion, is finally sharing the spotlight with Baker.
Baker told Busted Open Radio before Full Gear, “I’m so incredibly proud of Jamie.” I mean, Jamie was literally hand-picked by me. I approached Tony Khan and said, “Hey, we need to get this girl,” because I wrestled her in a dive bar in the United Kingdom years ago and we’ve been mates ever since. Jamie’s biggest fan is me. Noone really wants Jamie to win this championship more than I do since it is her time. This one is Jamie Hayter’s era right now, and I’m lucky enough to be a part of it.
Some fans wonder if Baker will stick by Hayter now that she’s won the Championship, which the D.M.D. finds amusing. She maintains her friendship with Hayter and stated it was always her purpose for Hayter to be at the top of the division, as demonstrated by Baker’s assistance during Hayter’s title win. I’m not sure what all the fuss is about – what’s better for Jamie Hayter than having the face of the women’s division in her corner, on her side? That just doesn’t make sense to me.
AEW’s formation and recent success
Tony Khan is a very private person, with little info about his personal life available online. Nevertheless, since AEW’s inception, some fascinating facts about AEW’s founder have emerged, ranging from his early wrestling fandom to fascinating behind-the-scenes stories of AEW’s formation and recent success. Tony Khan clearly enjoys wrestling, as evidenced by his childlike glee whenever he discusses it in interviews. Khan revealed that as a child, he used to book wrestling shows and even tried to submit scripts for Raw as a teenager.
Tony Khan forever altered the wrestling world when he founded AEW, which has become the greatest challenge to WWE’s dominance in the wrestling business since WCW. Khan has been a wrestling fan his entire life, & his dedication and enthusiasm for the business can be seen in every show of Dynamite & Rampage.