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Brandi Rhodes leaves Twitter after AEW Heels backlash

Brandi Rhodes, the AEW Chief Brand Officer, has disabled her Twitter account following several criticism from fans regarding the launch of AEW Heels, a membership platform designed for female wrestling fans.

Fans tore into Brandi, who is heading the project, for the $50 a year membership fee when the women’s division in the company continues to lack and the latest Deadly Draw women’s tournament was placed on YouTube rather than having matches every week on Dynamite.

Brandi’s husband and AEW EVP Cody said that this is a fun project and the company is completely behind it. “Doing something and making moves to push the division further as we grow is paramount, and will always be better than not trying at all,” Cody wrote replying to a fan on Twitter who asked why would he pay $50 a year when they barely feature women.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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