The main event of AEW Rampage saw Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. successfully retain the AEW Women’s World Championship against Red Velvet. Baker picked up the victory in front of her hometown crowd in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Despite overcoming Velvet, once again, “The Doctor” wasn’t quite done yet. Baker continued her attack on Velvet, but before she could deliver further damage, Kris Statlander made the save, attacking the champion. As this was happening, a mysterious figure attacked Statlander from behind, revealing herself to be none other than Jamie Hayter. Aligning herself with Baker, Hayter ended the show standing tall, the AEW fans buzzing about the “Jamie Hayter returns” news. Shortly after the show, per the company’s social media, AEW confirmed that Hayter is All Elite.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 14, 2021
Jamie Hayter Returns to AEW
The Southampton, Hampshire-born Jamie Hayter was last seen on AEW programming back on November 6, 2019. On this episode, she teamed with Emi Sakura in a winning effort over the team of Shanna and Riho. Following this match, she continued her ongoing work with World Wonder Ring Stardom, often teaming with fellow Oedo Tai members such as Session Moth Martina and Kagetsu. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, Hayter remained overseas, working for Revolution Pro Wrestling. She would even capture the RevPro Undisputed British Women’s Championship this past February, defeating Gisele Shaw to do so.
Jamie Hayter began her professional wrestling career in 2015 and has already accomplished a fair amount since then. In addition to being a 2x RevPro Undisputed British Women’s Champion, she won gold in Stardom, Pro-Wrestling: EVE, and other organizations. In Stardom, she formed a tag team with fellow Oedo Tai member Bea Priestley. Together, they became the Goddesses of Stardom Champions, holding the belts for 183 days.
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