As of late, Britt has found herself in a situation rather unfamiliar to the former AEW Women’s World Champion; she has been on the outside of the title picture looking in, and no matter how hard she’s tried, the Good Doctor has not been able to get back in since losing to Thunder Rosa.
She won the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament at Double or Nothing 2022, but lost in a tag match just days later on Dynamite, then lost two weeks after that in a singles bout to Toni Storm, and although she’s (finally) had some success with Jamie Hayter as a tag partner, it was Hayter who got the pinfall on ThunderStorm and earned a shot at the AEW Women’s World Champion, not Dr. Baker.
Still, she has managed to work herself into the top five rankings, which means a title bid could be on the horizon after the All Out 2022 bout between Toni Storm and Thunder Rosa, but to get there, Britt has to maintain her spot with wins. With that in mind, the Good Doctor has to face KiLynn King in singles competition, and although Baker holds a victory over King from a Dynamite circa October 2020, KiLynn has grown greatly as a competitor.
From championships won outside of AEW, to fights like the one she gave Toni Storm last week, KiLynn has continued to demonstrate her desire to be at the top of the heap in professional wrestling. There would be no faster ticket to the upper echelon of AEW’s Women’s division, save beating Thunder Rosa or Jade Cargill, than topping Dr. Britt Baker on Dynamite, in front of a worldwide viewing audience.