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Name: Mercedes Varnado
A.K.A: Mercedes Mone,Sasha Banks
Born: January 26, 1992
From: Boston, Massachusetts
NXT Debut: December 12th, 2012
WWE Debut: July 13, 2015
NJPW Debut: January 4th,2023
AEW Debut: March 13th, 2014
Mini Bio: Mercedes Mone thrives on silencing her critics. Once told she wouldn’t be tough or strong enough to make it in NXT, Banks continues to prove the doubters wrong. She draws upon her naturally competitive nature and will to compete, proving herself a token of inspiration to anyone who was ever denied an opportunity.

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Mercedes Mone official theme song “CEO” by Mercedes Monè

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AEW Dynamite Results – July 10, 2024
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Britt Baker Interrupts Mercedes Mone’s Double Championship Celebration Again

Inside the arena, Mercedes Mone’s theme hits and out comes “The CEO” for her second attempt at a double championship celebration. She says there is extra security tonight because she refuses to be interrupted tonight.

She says Britt Baker won’t cut her off, because if she does, Mone will do a lot worse than give her a stroke. She says she’d leave her for dead and calls her a b*tch. Britt Baker’s theme hits and out she comes. A security guard stops her but she decks him.

Another steps up and she super kicks him. Baker gets to the ring but Mone exits and runs away as Baker climbs the ropes and stares her down at ringside. After this wraps up, we shift gears and head into another commercial break.

AEW Dynamite: Beach Break Results – July 3, 2024
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Mercedes Mone’s Double Championship Celebration

On the big screen, we see TBS and NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion Mercedes Mone emerge. She is met by The Young Bucks, who sing her praises and tell her that her Double Championship Celebration is ready when she is. She says “Let’s go!” and begins walking towards the building.

With Baker still in the ring, the crew comes out with balloons and other props to get the ring ready for the celebration. Mone’s theme hits as Baker is still standing there and out comes the new double champ. Fans chant “CEO!” and she does her little bouncey dance and smiles. They switch to “DMD!” chants and Mone gets a frown on her face and a look of disgust.

Mone addresses the Chicago crowd with Baker still standing in the middle of the ring. Baker says she gets it, she upstaged Mone’s moment at Forbidden Door, so she’s trying to upstage her moment now. Mone tells Baker anything about her is irrelevant to her. Fans chant “Shut the f**k up!” Mone tells Baker to get a look at a real star. Baker calls Mone out for ALL IN.

Baker says she wrestled at the first ALL IN, and last year’s at Wembley Stadium when Mone was looking like a broke b*tch with a broken leg in the stands. She challenges her to a match at ALL IN. Mone tells Baker there’s a long list of people in the back so get in line b*tch. Baker says “B*tch, what line,” and looks behind Mone. Mone says there’s a price to pay when you mess with Mercedes Mone. Her theme hits to end the explosively heated segment.

AEW & NJPW: Forbidden Door Results – June 30, 2024
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TBS & NJPW STRONG Women’s Championships
Mercedes Mone (C) vs. Stephanie Vaquer (C)

It’s time for the champion versus champion showdown between the TBS Champion of AEW and the NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion, as the pre-match video package airs to tell the story leading up to tonight’s highly-anticipated clash between Mercedes Mone and Stephanie Vaquer.

The video package wraps up and the theme for Vaquer hits. Out comes the reigning NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion for this winner-take-all high stakes co-main event match-up. She comes to the ring with multiple titles on her, as she also holds championships in CMLL.

Out next with the elaborate fireworks-filled ring entrance, is “The CEO” herself, Mrs. Creative Control Mercedes Mone. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. After some initial back-and-forth action, we see Mone look for a cross-face submission.

Vaquer avoids it and gets her knees on each side of Mone’s head, where she proceeds to thrust forward, repeatedly bashing Mone’s dome into the mat. Mone takes over again from there, multiple times looking for her Mone-Maker finisher, only to come up short.

She gets the cross-face this time, but Vaquer counters into a submission attempt of her own. Mone hits two back-stabbers in a row and then tries to go to the top-rope, only for Vaquer to cut her off. Vaquer hits an intense dragon corkscrew off the ropes that elicits gasps from the crowd.

Stephanie Vaquer looks for double under-hooks for a big spot, but Mone avoids it. Mone hoists Vaquer up, but Vaquer escapes out the back door. Seconds later, Mone does hit her Mone-Maker finisher and follows up with the cross-face for the win. Mone is now the TBS and NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion.

After the match, the theme song for Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. hits and the crowd goes absolutely crazy as the former AEW Women’s Champion emerges for her long-awaited comeback. Fireworks erupt as she heads half-way down the ramp with her eyes locked on Mone, who is staring back at her with both of her titles held high.

Winner and TBS & NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion: Mercedes Mone

AEW Dynamite Results-April 10th,2024
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ALEX MARVEZ Sits Down With Mercedes Mone

We shoot back to Alex Marvez’s recent sit-down interview with Mercedes Mone. The “CEO” talks about arriving to the scene in AEW and confirms her in-ring debut for AEW Double Or Nothing 2024.

She talks about how devastating her match with Willow Nightingale was before she came to AEW because it resulted in an injury and cost her the chance at becoming the first-ever NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion.

As she continues to talk, the lights go out and we hear some chaos as Schiavone yells in the dark for someone to turn on the lights. When the lights finally come back on, we see Mone laid out as Marvez yells for help as we head to another commercial break.