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Serena Deeb has a message for AEW Women’s Champion Toni Storm

After defeating Mariah May a week ago on “AEW Dynamite,” Serena Deeb finds herself the #1 contender for the AEW Women’s World Championship, with her title shot against “Timeless” Toni Storm scheduled for AEW Double or Nothing in just a few weeks. But the fireworks have already started after Deeb objected to Storm interrupting his promo last night on “Dynamite,” leading to Deeb introducing Storm with a punch.

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That wasn’t enough for Deeb, however, who had a message for Storm while speaking with Lexy Nair in a social media exclusive. Keeping things short and sweet, Deeb admitted that there were people who doubted her, but that she had learned over the course of her career to “block out the noise” and that it hadn’t changed anything. She then warned Storm that if she thought Deeb’s right hand was hurting, it would hurt even more when Deeb beat her to win the AEW Women’s World Title in a few weeks.

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As she noted on “Dynamite” before Storm’s hiatus, Deeb is more motivated than ever to win gold and achieve a comeback she, at times, thought was impossible. “The Professional Wrestling Teacher” Missed More Than a Year of Competition Due to Multiple Seizures; Deeb later admitted that the cause of the seizures went undiagnosed for a long time and she was not cleared to wrestle until late 2023. She returned to the ring in January on “AEW Collision” , defeating Robyn Renegade.

Deeb and Storm are no strangers to each other, as they have fought four times in tag team, multi-man and singles matches in 2022. Storm holds a 3-1 overall record against Deeb, including defeating her to retain the title. AEW Women’s World Championship in a lumberjack match on the September 28, 2022 episode of “Dynamite.”