Riho vs. Yuka Sakazaki Owen Hart Tournament qualifier set for AEW Rampage

Friday's late afternoon edition of AEW Rampage will see the return of two popular Japanese wrestlers as Riho takes on Yuka Sakazaki in an Owen Hart Tournament qualifying match. This will be the former AEW Women's Champion's first action of any kind since her unsuccessful challenge of then-champion Britt Baker...

Riho Says She’s Returning To AEW Soon

Riho is set to return to AEW soon, as she reportedly has confirmed herself. The former AEW Women’s Champion said on her subscriber-only blog (per the Midwest Marks Podcast) that she is fully healed up and will be returning to the US and AEW soon. Riho has been out...

AEW's Riho expected to miss three months with broken collarbone

On the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer gave an update on when Riho is expected to return from her broken collarbone injury. Meltzer reported that Riho is expected to be out of action for three months due to a broken collarbone. The injury happened during the match where Riho challenged Britt Baker for the AEW Women's Championship at last month's Battle of the Belts special on TNT.

Riho Reportedly Expected to Miss Three Months Due to Broken Collarbone

– As previously reported, former AEW Women’s World champion Riho announced that she’s returned to Japan after recently suffering a broken collarbone. Dave Meltzer reported more details on Riho’s injury during today’s Wrestling Observer Radio. Riho is reportedly expected to miss three months of action due...

Riho Is Expected To Be Sidelined For 3 Months Following Broken Collarbone

AEW star and former World Women’s Champion Riho is expected to be out of action for at least three months with a broken collarbone. According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Riho suffered the injury during her match against Dr. Britt Braker (D.M.D.) at AEW’s Battle Of The Belts last month. Riho would finish the match, losing to Baker without complaining about the injury.

Riho Expected To Be Out Of Action For A Few Months

AEW star Riho is expected to be out of action for three months. As reported before, Riho revealed on Twitter this week that she had returned to Japan to recover from a broken collarbone. She did not include a timeframe on her return to the ring. In an update, it...

AEW's Riho suffers broken right collarbone

Days after tweeting an image of herself in a sling, former AEW Women's Champion Riho revealed Monday that she has suffered a broken right collarbone. She is in Japan to treat the injury, but it's unknown how long it will keep her out of action. Last Thursday, she tweeted the...

Riho Suffered A Broken Collarbone

This morning, AEW star Riho took to Twitter to announce that she suffered a broken collarbone replying to the picture she posted a few days ago, in which she had her arm in a cast. The inaugural AEW Women’s World Champion also revealed that she is back to Japan, although...

Photo: AEW Star Riho Injured

AEW star Riho is apparently injured as she took to Twitter and posted a photo of her right arm in a sling. She noted that she is “taking a rest” for the time being. “I’m taking a rest a little,” she wrote. There is no word...
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1/8 AEW BATTLE OF THE BELTS RESULTS: Sage’s report on: Britt Baker vs. Riho, Sammy Guevara vs. Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Starks vs. Matt Sydal

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... (1) SAMMY GUEVARA vs. DUSTIN RHODES – INTERIM TNT CHAMPIONSHIP. Sammy and Dustin shook hands and then started a back and forth sequence, that led them to stare down in the ring. The two men then walked in a circle as the crowd chanted back and fourth. Dustin Rhodes asked for a break and put his hands on his knees and then hit a drop punch. Dustin then ran the ropes as Sammy jumped and then did a back flip over Rhodes. Sammy hit a dropkick to send Dustin out of the ring.

Britt Baker Defeats Riho To Retain AEW Women’s World Title At Battle Of The Belts

During Saturday night’s AEW Battle of the Belts event, AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker defeated Riho to retain her title. The match headlined the show and featured several nearfalls. At one point, the referee threw out Rebel. The finish came when Baker hit a stomp on Riho and put on the Lockjaw to get the submission. Baker has now been champion for 224 days.