AEW always stays away from that

AEW always stays away from that

CM Punk and Tony Khan at the AEW media meeting,

CM Punk and Tony Khan at the AEW media meeting,
screenshot: AEW

The days of AEW when the “perfect” pay-per-view system, where everything is controllable and lengthy, likely ran out. The list has grown to the point where many have to enter, and not all of them will collect star ratings like a hoarder. No company has amazing booking all the time. Some things you will just miss. And sometimes a president like Tony Kahn can take a peculiar attention to current events at the same time (we’ll get back to this in a bit). It is an almost impossible needle to keep threads flawless.

So was Sunday night’s “Double Or Nothing” a mess? surely. It’s almost certainly been pretty long, and has seen some matches that are better laid out on TV. However, it was all pretty good. And what’s not good still has good nuggets. Lots of it was great. And she’s only one of two tent poles on the AEW PPV roster, along with All Out for Labor Day. So of course they will pack everything they can and show off all the things they do. This is wrestling. Accuracy isn’t the real game in the big picture, and if it’s a complaint there’s a lot to watch… what’s really to complain about?

The entire show was in danger of being overshadowed even before it even started, thanks to MJF lighting up social media and wrestling news sites by not showing a fan meet-and-greet on Saturday and at least threatening or threatening, that he was going to take off before the show on Sunday. Perhaps no wrestler in the world has blurred the lines between reality and character more than Maxwell Jaxwell, and one need look no further than his previous PPV feud with CM Punk to see. However, it is a given in the wrestling world that truly connected journalism doesn’t “work”, i.e. inadvertently become part of the story, and the rest of the roster and players certainly don’t. But if anyone was going to do that, it would be MJF. And we still don’t really know.

What we do know is that MJF has been faltering about the status of his contract for months, frank interest in WWE, and using both to redirect his heel character on television. He can do anything.

But he did show up, took a beating from Wardlow, and gave vent to a two-year long story that Wardlow finally got out of it. Where it goes from here is anyone’s guess, yet there’s no fan out there who can’t wait to find out.

Another factor that was thought to be the biggest point of discussion before and then became the length of the width. Over four and a half hours, 12 games, all for the purpose of putting together the biggest things after the Celtics-Heat’s seventh game. Which sounds such a strange fear. Are there a lot of people who top the show by more than $50 and then don’t watch most of it? If there were fans who wanted to watch Game 7 first, wouldn’t they just watch the entire PPV on the delay? There can never be such a large group of people that would only set the PPV for the final third.

But this was Khan’s fear, talk about it, and so he stuffed mid-show to push the sharp end after the last century in Miami. And it certainly wasn’t all ppv-worthy. The Young Bucks-Hardy Boyz couldn’t live up to their previous work years ago at various companies, or whatever was in their head given the age and condition of Jeff and Matt Hardy these days. But she still has some crazy points and a Hardy win that feels happy.

Jade Cargill and Anna Jay is another match that probably should have topped Rampage, however it was a third women’s match on PPV. This fact alone makes it a gift horse whose mouth needs no examination. Not long ago, a decent show from Gay, then still includes the start of Kargil-runner Chris Statlander who will hit a horse’s ass with a belt and introduce Athena into the company. Whatever the match, when it’s over, you can’t help but be excited.

Sure, the Owen Hart Memorial Finals went down a bit, because Adam Cole and Brett Baker’s victory in their respective finals was easy, predictable, and limp (especially on Baker’s part, with another ending). But watching Martha Hart from the heart and with emotion thank AEW and everyone in the arena for her celebration of Owen that he’s never had before, and Cole and Baker’s respect for her, makes one unable to complain.

The triple match between House of Black and Death Triangle was aces, and it somehow topped off Baby girl Oscoro joins him At the entrance he wears a mini pentathlon, perhaps the most beautiful moment in wrestling history. It was Julia Hart’s final turn to join Al Black, who ruled. Darby Allin and Kyle O’Reilly are definitely a TV match, but it was far from bad because these two guys aren’t able to get any match short of a fix. .

The only beer fart for me was the six-person mixed tag around the TNT title, which still debuts on the episode of Paige Van Zant. Sometimes PPVs have fillers, remember Paul Wight was on the All Out card.

And the show’s closing kick was a level that only AEW could reach. Serena Depp-Thunder Rosa lived up to expectations, which were very high at first, and demonstrated techniques we hadn’t really seen in the women’s division before. Trying to wrap an “Anarchy In The Arena” match in less than 7,000 words would be foolish, so just know that There is this picture of Eddie Kingston from it It encases it pretty much perfectly. Somehow, the Tag Team Championship Triple Threat was able to follow through on that and not feel down. The big complaint was that Jurassic Express kept more than two teams that fans love, but it certainly wasn’t the work that gets there.

Then CM Punk and Hangman Page were absolute classics, playing both wrestlers on the hustle and bustle and making everyone sure that it would be decided which one came first. It didn’t happen either, and now we have the possibility of an epic multi-match feud over the course of a year or two between these two because people just want to see more of it.

I know you have kids and you can’t stay up until midnight. This is you problem. The next day was a holiday, so he told us this story. Yes, it can pull a little bit, but those sections were always followed by something great. Are we really going to complain that the show you have to pay for has so much good in it? This seems kind of rubbish to me, as I’ve never encountered an AEW fan who wouldn’t wait for Dynamite Wednesday to see the repercussions. So how bad can it be? AEW has its issues, but it always saves itself by putting on great matches to cover up. There doesn’t seem to be anything they can’t escape by doing this, that’s the degree of quality they continue to deliver.

But then I was always a man not enough. There will come a day when we will all miss that drained feeling.



2022-05-31 18:45:00

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