AEW Title Change: New Interim AEW Women's World Champion Crowned at AEW Full Gear 2022 | Smark Out Moment

The AEW Women's World Championship has changed hands as Jamie Hayter defeated Toni Storm to win the title at AEW Full Gear on November 19, 2022.

My immediate reaction: It's an interim title, so we're in that weird void where this matters, but it doesn't. I'm sure that will upset some people that Storm didn't beat Thunder Rosa to just make it official. That's what I would have wanted, too. But I think putting the belt on Hayter is still the right call here. They can do a three-way to settle the true champion when Rosa's back. Storm lost, but didn't look weak.

Since this happened, be sure to check out the updated full list of title changes for this year and the list of current champions and my predictions for who will take the belts away from them.

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AUTHOR OF THIS POST: ANTHONY MANGO

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