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Deonna Purrazzo Reflects On History With Britt Baker, Excited For Their Reunion In AEW

Former TNA/IMPACT Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo is currently signed with AEW. One of the stars who is currently absent from the Jacksonville-based promotion is Britt Baker. Both Purrazzo and AEW’s Role Model have a lot of history together, and the former is excited to add another chapter to their story in AEW.

Recently, while speaking to SEScoops, Deonna Purrazzo shared her excitement about reuniting with Dr. Britt Baker in AEW.

“It has been interesting because I think in our mind we always envisioned us being there at the same time and doing it together,” she said. “That has not been the case for the last six months, so I’m very excited for whenever Brit comes back and I get to work with her on this kind of level because we never have before. Also, I want to see how she can reinvent herself and what she can do because she is one of the OG girls and has been there since Day 1 as the first woman signed.

“To hear her thoughts and take on the way the division has grown and the potential she sees for the future is interesting. It’s some of the same things I want for our division. It will be fun to work together and achieve that.”

Deonna Purrazzo claims she and Britt Baker were so fortunate

Purrazzo also mentioned that both she and Baker had big dreams when they stepped foot into the industry. The Virtuosa also mentioned that she would love to see both Baker and WWE Superstar Chelsea Green become more successful than her.

“I think at the end of the day we were so fortunate because we got what we wanted out of this. There is still so much we want and left to achieve,” Purrazzo said. “We were 20-year-old girls with these big dreams to take over this industry and change this industry and be world champions and we’ve done that. And somehow through the BS of this industry stayed best friends and positive. If there is anything I want for Chelsea Green and Britt Baker is to be equally or more successful for me. Or Karen Q or Tasha Steelz.

“I’ve been able to cultivate this really tight-knit group of girls who have been there at the beginning of my career and that I consider my family. I don’t have a sister, but if I did it would be Chelsea Green. That is what our relationship is like. To watch her on Monday nights or Friday nights and thrive and do what Chelsea does best is more fulfilling than anything I can do for myself. I know the work she has put into this and what it means to her. I thrive when my friends thrive. To see them do that the last five or six years has been really fulfilling for me.”

Would you like to see Baker and Purrazzo form a tag team in AEW?