Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa will contest the AEW Women's World Championship on next week's special St. Patrick's Day Slam episode of Dynamite.
This was confirmed on last night's show. Rosa defeated fellow top contender Leyla Hirsch on the night, putting her away after overcoming a targeted assault on her arm and shoulder. Following this, Tony Schiavone got on the microphone, letting Rosa know she would challenge the Women's Champion inside a steel cage.
Baker unravelled a conspiracy theory in response, saying it was unfair for her to work a stipulation preventing her friends (Jamie Hayter and Rebel) from getting involved with Rosa has her San Antonio, Texas hometown crowd cheering her on.
All of this comes from Revolution 2022, where Baker retained the Women's Title over Rosa after multiple interferences from Rebel and Hayter. That Rosa and Hirsch would fight a contendership bout on Dynamite was announced that same night.
Though Baker and Rosa are technically 2-1 in Britt's favour in their singles rivalry, the challenger's victory doesn't go towards official records, as it took place in the duo's acclaimed Unsanctioned Lights Out match at last year's St. Patrick's Day Slam. It now appears that AEW is fixing to have Rosa claim the belt on the same show 12 months later.