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Former Champion Thought About Retirement Before AEW All In

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Hikaru Shida lost the AEW Women’s World Championship to Saraya in a Fatal 4-Way match (that also involved Toni Storm & Britt Baker) at the All In PPV at Wembley Stadium.

While addressing her loss on Twitter, Shida said she was thinking about retirement prior to All In, but that’s not the case anymore and wants the Women’s World Title back.

Below is what she wrote:

“To be honest… I felt I will start to think about retirement after this show. Just felt like that. I didn’t know why.

If I won, if everything went how I thought… maybe I started the road to the end.

But for now, I only can think getting the title back.

I can’t finish like this, right!?

Wrestling is keep going!

I had felt same in Japan before I came AEW and this company showed me a bigger world.

Losing still hurts but one good point is giving me another desire instead of satisfaction. I wanna smash her down sooooo bad!!!!!”

Hikaru Shida has been wrestling since 2008. She has been with All Elite Wrestling since day one.

She has held the AEW Women’s World Championship two times so far.

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