Stephanie Walker has offers from WWE and AEW

Chilean fighter Stephanie Walker is close to dropping out of the rankings World Wrestling CouncilBecause RECORD can know it exists WWE and AEW offers To work in America.

The Chilean gladiator made quite an impression last week at All Elite Wrestling's Forbidden Door event, where she earned the public's praise and respect despite losing the NJPW STRONG Women's Championship when she fell to Mercedes Monae. pronounced his name.

As a result of that feud, WWE and AEW's managers approached Stephanie Walker to let her know they were interested in hiring her, putting more than one offer from each company on the table to get her to join their ranks.

In the coming days the Chilean fighter jet will decide which of the two companies it will sign a multi-year contract with.

Chile made good records after participating in the barred door event.

Who is Stephanie Walker?

Currently, the Chilean gladiator holds the top spot on the CMLL women's roster, holding the company's Women's World Title, the Women's World Tag Team Championship with Puerto Rican Zeuxis, and the IWC Legacy Women's Championship in the United States.

Although she was born in Chile, Stephanie Walker has built her entire career in Mexico, first working in independent promoters, then joining the ranks of the World Wrestling Council, where she earned a place and became the first person in the women's division.

La Primera has won several titles including the CMLL Women's World Championship.

In addition to Mexico, La Primera, as it calls itself, has fought events with various companies in Japan, independent promoters in the United States, and parts of Europe and South America.

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