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I thought I would start a thread to discuss all things AEW going forward.

So last night in Daytona Beach was the AEW 'Fyter Fest' card which was streamed live, for free on the 'B/R Live' site.

In the Evolve anniversary show thread I mentioned that I didn't think this show looked good on paper as there were too many multi-person, clusterfu**k matches for my liking and didn't understand some of the booking of the matches. I also wrote that I really want the company to succeed, but I do see myself agreeing with Jim Cornette in a lot of the criticisms he has had so far with their events.
So I watched it. I had no problem with any of the actual in ring action, besides that Nakazawa match. That was terrible. The skits were shitty, especially "the librarians". I thought they wanted to separate themselves from WWE and offer a more sports-like product as opposed to sports entertainment. Their "skits" were actually worse than WWE's.
Anyway, I thought the matches were fine, I just thought some of the psychology wass way off as for some of the reasons the matches were taking place. Why would Moxley and Janela have such a brutal match? They had no history as far as I know, besides them both being past deathmatch guys? That match would have been perfectly fine to me if it was a blowoff to a long feud between the two. Yeah, yeah, I get that Moxley wants to be seen as just one "wild and crazy guy", but the level of violence in the match made no sense to me. I did love the old school "lights out" stipulation though. It just didn't fit the scenario, with it being the first match between the two. Omega coming out afterwards and getting some revenge for "Double Or Nothing" I thought was really well executed and a nice way to end the show.

Damn Cody took quite the chairshot. I thought the announcers could have done a better job in explaining who Spears was though and his past connection to Cody. As far as the match with Darby Allin, I thought it was great, but again, why was this match happening? Cody is one of the top guys in the company and Allin (a virtual unknown to me, and I am sure to any casual viewers last night) was debuting....Why did this guy get a debut match in one of the semi main events against Cody? Again to me the psychology was off on this. I loved the story they told in the ring though, but man Allin is really, really small. Very noticeable compared to Cody, who isn't the biggest guy himself.

Anyway, I gotta go out, but again, I loved the in ring action, I just thought the skits were bad and the psychology in why some of the matches happened wasn't there. I haven't really read any reviews yet, but I would think the show got mostly positive reviews. Not a great show imo, but very good. 

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Everything I've seen it's getting hit pretty hard...said some of the wrestling was good but overall it was a massive step backwards...

Btw, can we discuss what a punk ass Omega is? For the last week AEW guys have been taking digs all over twitter at the WWE, basically it's been open game on WWE since the last AEW PPV, a PPV that had Cody beating up HHH's throne, them constantly taking shots at them. So WWE puts the Evolve show on their Network the same night AEW has a show on July 13th and Omega tweets how horrid it is the WWE would DARE program against their little charity gig..I mean, come on dude, you guys wanted a battle, you can't get butthurt when they fire a shot back at you..

He's tweeting that WWE is basically stealing money from a charity but all I read was they're donating the live gate to the charity so another show on the WWE network at the same time isn't costing them dick in dollars..

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Most people need to stop analyzing things and just allow them to get their business up and running. Their roster is very, very thin at this point outside of the Elite and Moxley. By the time they are on TV, or pretty close after, they'll also have Gallows and Anderson (you'd pretty much think that's a given). What that helps them with is having a natural tag team opponent for the Bucks, and also another good match near the top of the card. But the reality is on July 1, they aren't much more than an indy company right now. The shows that they are putting on have talent, but of course there's no real storyline to follow or reason why people would do what they are doing. Until there is either a TV show on the air, or they use the two prior cards to further a storyline, these matches are just that...matches.

Reading the above post saying "massive step backwards", well, of course it is. There's a real difference between a PPV that they charge $50 for, and a free show on Bleacher Report that is basically just a charity driven house show. For fans to say "massive step backwards" and have it have some sort of real meaning to it, they'd also have to compare Wrestlemania to the next house show in Altoona PA at the Joffa Mosque. You just can't do that.

Carpetbeggar mentions their awful "skits". Well, I am of the belief that most of the backstage crap is just that, CRAP. If they are doing old school style interviews where their 'Mean Gene' character is interviewing the talent about that night's program and their opponent, I'm all in. Everything else is total horseshit. BUT...with such a thin roster on a free show, you have to expect that they are going to do something to stretch for time so that they don't totally give away the future on a free show. That's why there were so many tags, gimmicks, etc. and no "Kenny vs Cody" type deals (and for that matter, no Jericho).

I still say we won't know if this promotion has any teeth until we give them a full year to show us. There are going to be growing pains with the wrestling and the production, but as long as there isn't a major fuckup with ticket sales and distribution, I still say they will be ok.

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We already have an AEW thread "It's official". Maybe we can combine these two with this topic title.

I haven't had time to read the comments, but my general thoughts are that it was a fairly average show with some good wrestling, some horrible attempts at comedy, and a lot of hardcore stuff that's been missing from the mainstream for 20 years. Whether the latter is good or not I don't know. I'm kinda over it. The younger generation who never saw it might like it. Or they may be horrified because it's a different era now. The latter might be what happened as I got the sense that a lot of people were uncomfortable with some of the barbed wire and thumbtack spots in the Ambrose-Janela match. And the unprotected chair shot that split Cody's skull like a melon generated universal condemnation and made Tony Khan look bad.

I think this show was supposed to be a holding pattern show and nothing special, and people expected more from it. But then they also took a step back with some unnecessary controversy and bad comedy.

Also, I assume this will be handled better with weekly TV, but they HAVE to start introducing guys better. Who the fuck is Darby Allen and why should anyone care? Cody is small and Cody looked like Andre the Giant next to this guy, but they put him over like a huge psycho-killer threat. The announcers did an OK job with that, but we need packages and something more. Maybe this is all done on their YouTube shows but I'm a hardcore fan and don't watch that, and how many others do? Some of the stuff they do is WAY too niche, even for me.

Also, the announcers gelled a bit better this time, but production-wise they're still really behind the curve of even Impact.  Way too many awkward pauses and not knowing where to throw it.  They even botched telling fans how to watch the free show on the kick-off.  They need to get this down, period, no excuses. 

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I've watched Being the Elite for the past few weeks, and I watched FyterFest. The comedy is very, very inside. Likr they are making the jokes just for themselves inside. The whole Fyre Fest deal I did not get until I read someone explaining it. They based a show-long running gag on a Netflix documentary. I've read an explanation for the librarian gimmick, and I still don't get it.

I guess FyterFest is a wrestling show held at a video game convention? They really didn't explain very well. Having the mark promoter of the convention live on TV in a wrestling match is just bush league, and completely exposes the business.

Having said that, there were some cracking matches on the main show. I have no problem with a large number of tag matches. I just want to watch good matches. The six-way match with The Elite vs the Mexicans was outstanding. The chair shot... Meltzer says he was told that the chair was gimmicked, but Dillinger fucked up and beaned him with the leg of the chair instead of the seat. I don't want to see that kind of shit though, gimmicked chair or not, it just reminds me of dead ECW wrestlers.

The main event was nuts. I guess Moxley is just legit crazy and needed to get a CZW-style match out of his system, but the market for that bloody style is pretty niche. If this was the blow-off to a feud, I'd maybe buy it, but there was no reason presented for these guys wanting to fight like this. Blood in glorious HD on a large flatscreen TV is a world away from watching wrestling from a VHS tape on my tiny TV back in the day. Dripping blood in HD isn't for me.

If they had trimmed this show of all the bullshit and just put it out as a 2 hour show of great matches, it would have been great. I really hope AEW succeeds, but someone needs to keep the humor in check, because it's right at the level of WWE humor.

Hopefully one consequence of AEW is that WWE with it's new regimes will allow their guys to go all out in their matches now. In their primes, Bischoff and Heyman both let guys go out and have the best matches they could, wherever they were on the card.

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Married Jo wrote: Everything I've seen it's getting hit pretty hard...said some of the wrestling was good but overall it was a massive step backwards...

Btw, can we discuss what a punk ass Omega is? For the last week AEW guys have been taking digs all over twitter at the WWE, basically it's been open game on WWE since the last AEW PPV, a PPV that had Cody beating up HHH's throne, them constantly taking shots at them. So WWE puts the Evolve show on their Network the same night AEW has a show on July 13th and Omega tweets how horrid it is the WWE would DARE program against their little charity gig..I mean, come on dude, you guys wanted a battle, you can't get butthurt when they fire a shot back at you..

He's tweeting that WWE is basically stealing money from a charity but all I read was they're donating the live gate to the charity so another show on the WWE network at the same time isn't costing them dick in dollars..

Yeah, I wrote this in the EVOLVE thread a few days ago:

Kenny Omega threw a hissy fit on Twitter (since deleted) about WWE having blood on their hands for going to Saudi Arabia and now they are trying to ruin AEW's "charity show". My feelings on Saudi Arabia are very clear, but Omega needs to understand that it's competition time now and he's drawn the ire of the most powerful force in wrestling. It's time to step up and not bitch on Twitter about counter-programming, a measure taken by WWE since about 1985 or so. Come on, don't be fucking naïve.  Omega is the top star in the company posing the most serious threat to WWE in 20 years, so if he can't take the pressure behind the scenes he's going to have a really tough time over the next few years.

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For those who have asked why gaming personality Golden Boy worked as an announcer at AEW Fyterfest, it was the same reason the Michael Nakazawa vs. Alex JeBailey bout aired - it was part of the partnership to hold the event in conjunction with the CEO x Gaming convention.  Kenny Omega was the point person for that relationship, as he was last year when the event was promoted in conjunction at the time with New Japan Pro Wrestling. 

There's been a lot of attention to the chairshot that Cody took on the show.  Obviously, no one involved wanted him to get busted open.  It appears that when he turned, the top of the chair caught him accidentally. In the context of the storyline, it made Shawn Spears a villain, but with the way today's audience looks at things, the heat isn't on the heel but on the promotion for allowing it to happen.  They could have had the exact same moment with Cody getting his hands up for the same dramatic effect, so to me, it's just not worth it to do the unprotected shots.  I get the impression that the promotion certainly took note of the negative response and I don't think we'll ever see them regularly, but I do want to point out there's a big hypocrisy in fans being so negative to the chairshot while also praising all the bumps through barbed wire, off ladders and onto thumbtacks on the same show.  You can't bemoan someone taking crazy physical punishment and then cheer someone else on for doing the same thing.  It's all physically detrimental to those involved.

Kip Sabian vs. Hangman Page has been officially added to the 7/13 Fight for the Fallen event in Jacksonville, Florida.

Brandi Rhodes noted on social media that Cody had 12 staples in his head the first time he asked her out and now here they are years later, married, and he's back with 12 staples in his head.  That's romance, I, uh, guess?

Tony Khan noted during a post media scrum that the hardcore style matches that aired on Fyterfest would be seen on AEW PPV but would not be on the weekly AEW TV series when it debuts this October.  He also shot down the idea of doing intergender wrestling in the promotion as he's not a fan of it.

Alex Marvez was backstage at Fyterfest and filmed material for future AEW use.

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AEW needs to get a streaming service going and compile all of this shit into one location. I don’t have the Fite app, until this show I’d never heard of the bleacher report thing and I’m not going to waste my time looking around YouTube for videos from the elite and Chris van velt and whoever else.


I’m old, lazy and not all that interested as I already have way too much wrestling on tap that I never have enough time to watch

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Have zero interest in AEW or the WWE as of now. NJPW for me, baby!

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Breaking today is that Private Party, pretty much the only good thing about the Fyter Fest pre-show, were offered contracts by the Young Bucks as soon as they stepped backstage.

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srossi wrote: Breaking today is that Private Party, pretty much the only good thing about the Fyter Fest pre-show, were offered contracts by the Young Bucks as soon as they stepped backstage.

There was footage of this on Being the Elite that was uploaded on Monday. Fake news.

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It was announced that Shawn Spears will be managed by Tully Blanchard. Hoping it's not just for the one match vs Cody.

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Superstar wrote: It was announced that Shawn Spears will be managed by Tully Blanchard. Hoping it's not just for the one match vs Cody.
AEW's Facebook post says they've come to terms on "a multi-show agreement" with Tully.  So it won't be one show, but I also don't expect it to last all that long.  If Tully wanted back in full-time, I imagine he'd be more likely to support his daughter in Impact and only have to appear for the limited TV tapings and special events they have, rather than be on TV weekly for AEW on TNT.  Unless they threw a stupid amount of money at him, which really could be better spent elsewhere.  As much as I like Tully, him managing in 2019 won't mean much.   

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The first Wednesday Night Dynamite broadcast officially announced:

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Here is the YouTube link for the AEW on TNT trailer, it's very good:

https://youtu.be/R_pA-9ItkQ8

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AEW/TNT Press Release:


July 24, 2019 – WarnerMedia announced today that the new professional wrestling league All Elite Wrestling (AEW) will begin airing its two-hour weekly matches on TNT on Wednesday, Oct. 2, from 8 p.m. ET to 10 p.m. ET. The highly-anticipated, action-packed matches will take place in different cities across the nation each week on Wednesdays, starting in Washington, D.C., at the famed Capital One Arena. Ticket pricing and on-sale date for the televised live event will be announced on Monday, July 29, at 12 p.m. ET via AEW’s social media platforms. 

AEW features a world-class roster of diverse male and female wrestlers, giving fans a new wrestling experience for the first time in 20 years. Founded by President and CEO Tony Khan, AEW is headlined by Cody & Brandi Rhodes, The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson), Kenny Omega, Hangman Adam Page, Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley. The roster is also filled with incredibly skilled competitors including Nyla Rose, Awesome Kong, Dustin Rhodes, Jungle Boy, Dr. Britt Baker, MJF and SCU. In addition to being in-ring talent, Cody, The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega also serve as EVPs with Brandi Rhodes serving as Chief Brand Officer. Renowned commentator Jim Ross has also joined the league. 

Focused on fast-paced, high-impact competitions, AEW offers fans more athleticism along with real sports analytics. Wrestlers are also given freedom to explore their characters and highlight their athletic abilities. Introducing statistics to wrestling for the first time ever, AEW will raise the stakes for its matches and deepen fan engagement by tracking each competitor’s wins and losses as wrestlers pursue championships. Their moves and damage to their opponents will also be analyzed on-air to provide insights into their winning streaks. 

WarnerMedia has been offering fans exclusive access to AEW’s previous matches that kicked off in May. Their extremely popular events DOUBLE OR NOTHING, FYTER FEST and FIGHT FOR THE FALLEN were all streamed on B/R Live. The highly anticipated ALL OUT event in Chicago on Saturday, Aug. 31, will also stream on the platform. B/R Live’s high fan engagement provides an invaluable opportunity to build AEW’s audience and maximize its viewership

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Capital One arena in Washington is a 20, 000 seater for hockey and basketball. Interesting.

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With their staging and gimmicks, I would guess between 12,000-16,000 tickets will be put on sale. Still seems like too large of an arena for a weekly TV show, but I guess they want to kick off the inaugural show on TNT with a big bang, no pun intended.

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AEW announced their first TV match on TNT on Oct. 2. It will be Cody vs. Sammy Guevara.

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There was some online hype, pretty sure there was even a petition, a few months ago where fans were wanting the first match on TNT to feature Jushin Liger vs. Brian Pillman Jr. to mimick Nitro's first ever match. It would of been kind of cool, but not good business since I don't believe AEW has plans for either guy.


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Heenan Fan wrote: There was some online hype, pretty sure there was even a petition, a few months ago where fans were wanting the first match on TNT to feature Jushin Liger vs. Brian Pillman Jr. to mimick Nitro's first ever match. It would of been kind of cool, but not good business since I don't believe AEW has plans for either guy.



I hope that match happens somewhere as part of Liger’s retirement tour, but to want AEW to immediately douse itself with the stench of WCW is beyond stupid. Not to mention the fact that you don’t launch a hot new company with an old guy 3 months away from retirement. No one gives a fuck about Nitro’s first match except 6 smarks.  Everyone else just remembers Nitro sucked, or aren’t old enough to remember it at all. What a dumb idea. 

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srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: There was some online hype, pretty sure there was even a petition, a few months ago where fans were wanting the first match on TNT to feature Jushin Liger vs. Brian Pillman Jr. to mimick Nitro's first ever match. It would of been kind of cool, but not good business since I don't believe AEW has plans for either guy.



I hope that match happens somewhere as part of Liger’s retirement tour, but to want AEW to immediately douse itself with the stench of WCW is beyond stupid. Not to mention the fact that you don’t launch a hot new company with an old guy 3 months away from retirement. No one gives a fuck about Nitro’s first match except 6 smarks.  Everyone else just remembers Nitro sucked, or aren’t old enough to remember it at all. What a dumb idea. 
I would also like to see Liger vs. Pillman Jr. before he retires. I also agree with you for the most part that the stench of WCW is not what AEW needs. That being said, the Liger-Pillman match would be looked at as nostalgia, and RAW's rating last week proved again that nostalgia draws tv ratings. Just saying.

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ll Elite Wrestling has officially sold out their October 2nd Washington, D.C. TV taping, which will be their debut on TNT.

The announcement that the show is sold out should come at any time.

It is possible additional tickets will be released once they finalize production.

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Because of the stage set, there are some significant seat kills in DC, but it still looks like it's set up for a capacity in the 13,000 range. I've been an AEW skeptic, but this fast sellout at that capacity is impressive. Currently about 15% of all tickets sold are on StubHub, assuming I've estimated the capacity correctly, with a current get in price of $27.50.

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In a Smart move TNT and AEW bought ad time before showings of Rock's Hobbs and Shaw movie

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: There was some online hype, pretty sure there was even a petition, a few months ago where fans were wanting the first match on TNT to feature Jushin Liger vs. Brian Pillman Jr. to mimick Nitro's first ever match. It would of been kind of cool, but not good business since I don't believe AEW has plans for either guy.



I hope that match happens somewhere as part of Liger’s retirement tour, but to want AEW to immediately douse itself with the stench of WCW is beyond stupid. Not to mention the fact that you don’t launch a hot new company with an old guy 3 months away from retirement. No one gives a fuck about Nitro’s first match except 6 smarks.  Everyone else just remembers Nitro sucked, or aren’t old enough to remember it at all. What a dumb idea. 
I would also like to see Liger vs. Pillman Jr. before he retires. I also agree with you for the most part that the stench of WCW is not what AEW needs. That being said, the Liger-Pillman match would be looked at as nostalgia, and RAW's rating last week proved again that nostalgia draws tv ratings. Just saying.


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Roddy Piper’s daughter Teal will compete in the battle royal at All Out.

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/alfredkonuwa/2019/08/16/aew-stays-hot-sells-out-tnt-shows-in-boston-and-philadelphia/#10f1ed886424

AEW Stays Hot, Sells Out TNT Shows In Boston And Philadelphia

AEW's streak of overachieving momentum continued as its next to AEW on TNT showcases in Boston and Philadelphia sold out just over an hour after tickets went on sale at 12 p.m. EST.

AEW on TNT will air in Boston on Wednesday, October 9 in the Agganis Arena, which has a capacity of 7,200, and on October 16 in Philadelphia's Liacouras Center, which carries a capacity of 10,200.

After scheduling its major shows on the west coast for AEW Double or Nothing (Las Vegas), its home base of Florida for Fight for the Fallen (Jacksonville) and Fyter Fest (Daytona Beach) and the midwest for All Out (Chicago), AEW has leaned exclusively on the northeast for its early run of television tapings.

Tickets for AEW On TNT's premiere sold out within hours for its Washington D.C. debut on October 2, while AEW targeted the traditionally hot wrestling markets of Boston and Philadelphia for its next two offerings. The strategy is wise from the standpoint that not only is AEW targeting strong wrestling markets, but the east coast cities in question are known to turn out some of the hotter crowds in pro wrestling. This will give the upstart promotion the ability to launch its first month of television shows in front of more engaged and motivated fanbases thereby facilitating a much better television product.

The back-and-forth between AEW and WWE has only escalated since its last sellout around this time last month. During WWE's 2Q 2019 earnings call, Vince McMahon casually dismissed AEW as "blood and guts," noting their brand of decided violence was nothing more than "gory crap that we graduated from." In his veiled criticism of AEW's more edgy product, McMahon made sure to note that he does not see TNT tolerating this content, a comment seemingly designed to scare off potential advertisers as the Chairman willingly engages in dirty pool.

Cody Rhodes, AEW's unofficial clap-back spokesperson, was sure to respond with one of his garden-variety rah rah speeches in a recent video.

"Every man or woman who ever stepped foot in the ring regardless of race, color, creed, political affiliation, sexual identity has felt blood and guts and passion," said William Wallace Rhodes.

"Because if we don’t care, they don’t care. So if you say we’re blood and guts, I say you bet your ass we’re blood and guts.”

Rhodes' motivational speech was reminiscent of his response to Triple H calling AEW a "pissant" company at the WWE Hall of Fame earlier this year.

The budding wrestling war has also manifested itself through counter programming, most notably WWE airing EVOLVE 131 on the WWE Network during AEW Fight for the Fallen. The move drew tweet-and-delete criticism (the most intense kind of criticism) from Kenny Omega, who took exception to WWE's attempts to undermine a charity show that raised $150,000 for victims of gun violence.

WWE will also air NXT TakeOver: Cardiff opposite AEW All Out on August 31, while rumors of NXT moving to Wednesday nights on FS1—pitting them head-to-head against AEW on TNT—are so prominent they've become regular topics of discussion during Triple H's media conference calls.

Tensions between the two promotions can also be seen and heard in interviews with prominent WWE Superstars. WWE Universal champion Seth Rollins has aggressively vowed to "knock [AEW] dead," while top star Roman Reigns considered it "generous" to refer to the national promotion as competition.

With AEW set to air on television starting in October, shots continue to be fired and it's only mid-August.

Welcome to the jungle.

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Not one post on All Out? What did people think of the show? I thought it was fine but nothing too spectacular. The consensus seems to be that NXT UK Takeover was better. AEW is also taking some heat for putting the title on Jericho, although I thought that was the obvious move.

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Anyone who thinks that belt should have been on anyone OTHER than Jericho doesn't know the sport and doesn't understand how important television is to AEW. He was the ONLY person to put the belt on the first time..

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I agree. By making Chris Jericho the champ, you have the belt on by far the best known star in the company as a way of attracting mainstream fans when TV starts in October. Then they start building up a top contender on TV so that at the next big PPV, a homegrown AEW star topples the WWE lifer to win the World Title.

In other news, I believe the arena in Washington DC is set up for 14,000. It holds more for NBA and NHL games, but the stage set and the hard camera/production area kill a bunch of seats. Right now StubHub has 3,537 seats for sale, 25% of the capacity. The get in price is just $10 which means people are probably selling at a loss right now, just to move the seats.

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Married Jo wrote: Anyone who thinks that belt should have been on anyone OTHER than Jericho doesn't know the sport and doesn't understand how important television is to AEW. He was the ONLY person to put the belt on the first time..
As the saying goes, the biggest marks are behind the curtain and Baron Corbin and some others were having a field day with the decision, calling AEW and their fans hypocrites.  Corbin missed the part where people were upset with WWE for putting the belt on part-timers like Lesnar and Goldberg and weren't just getting on them because they were older.  Certainly the match that Jericho had with Adam Page was better than any match Lesnar has had in years and that Goldberg has ever had. 

Like I said, going into the debut shows on TNT, Jericho obviously needed to be champion.  That was a no-brainer, although many seemed to think that AEW was going to "make" Page.  These people are clueless.

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srossi wrote: Married Jo wrote: Anyone who thinks that belt should have been on anyone OTHER than Jericho doesn't know the sport and doesn't understand how important television is to AEW. He was the ONLY person to put the belt on the first time..
As the saying goes, the biggest marks are behind the curtain and Baron Corbin and some others were having a field day with the decision, calling AEW and their fans hypocrites.  Corbin missed the part where people were upset with WWE for putting the belt on part-timers like Lesnar and Goldberg and weren't just getting on them because they were older.  Certainly the match that Jericho had with Adam Page was better than any match Lesnar has had in years and that Goldberg has ever had. 

Like I said, going into the debut shows on TNT, Jericho obviously needed to be champion.  That was a no-brainer, although many seemed to think that AEW was going to "make" Page.  These people are clueless.
If they want to make Hangman Page the champ, their TV audience needs to see him beat everybody on the roster first.  Otherwise, you go into TV on TNT with a very Indy look and feel.  There's nobody out there that doesn't believe Chris Jericho isn't worthy of a major belt at this stage of the game, I mean, he's been WWE Champion in the past few years and has held every belt in WWE.  He also was NJPW IC Champ in the past year.  He's as well known as anybody that they could put in the spot.  And whomever beats him will get a huge rub, and it can't be Cody or Omega.

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Also worth noting that they've been beating Omega and I wouldn't say burying him, but questioning his motivation on commentary.  So the strategy seems to be to take the top guy they have and make him work his way up from scratch again, rather than assume that the audience will just accept him as the top guy from the get-go based on his run in NJPW.  I think that's smart.  It also gave PAC a huge rub to beat him coming off of a WWE run where he always had great matches but had the stench of a segregated Cruiserweight on him. 

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srossi wrote: Also worth noting that they've been beating Omega and I wouldn't say burying him, but questioning his motivation on commentary.  So the strategy seems to be to take the top guy they have and make him work his way up from scratch again, rather than assume that the audience will just accept him as the top guy from the get-go based on his run in NJPW.  I think that's smart.  It also gave PAC a huge rub to beat him coming off of a WWE run where he always had great matches but had the stench of a segregated Cruiserweight on him. Agree 100%.  Kenny needs to be built up on TV to the US audience, because the audience that is going to these events knows who he is and he's basically teflon to them.  He doesn't get hurt by these losses (and it makes me think Mox was going over too).

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PWInsider announced that Marty Scurll's contract with ROH ends in November. Obviously there is huge speculation that he will wind up joining all his friends in AEW, although ROH is reportedly going to make a strong bid to keep him.

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Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.

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The All Elite Wrestling Championship belt was won by Chris Jericho on Saturday 8/31 and lost on Sunday 9/1 after Jericho returned to Florida.

The Tallahassee, Florida Police Department Records Department confirmed to PWInsider.com this afternoon that a police report was filed by Chris Jericho reporting Grand Theft of a Championship belt.   PWInsider.com is awaiting a copy of the report, but has been advised that until an investigation is closed, aspects of the report will be redacted, per department policy.

PWInsider.com has confirmed the belt in question was the AEW title Jericho captured at All Out the night before in Chicago, defeating Adam Page.  The belt was inside a limo that Jericho had used to transport himself from the airport.  The AEW title belt was inside the limo.  Jericho, who had picked up the wrong luggage, ate at a restaurant while his driver returned the incorrect luggage back to the airport.  When the driver returned, the AEW title belt was no longer in the limo, resulting in police being called.

A version of the police report floating online reads:

Grand Theft/ 2400 N. Monroe Street / 7:13 PM
"The victim reported the theft of his championship wrestling belt while he was eating inside Longhorn Steakhouse. The victim stated he arrived at the Millionaire Club Airport Terminal and place(d) the belt inside his rented limousine. The limo driver shuttled the victim to Longhorn for dinner. The victim remained at Longhorn while the limo driver returned to the airport. The victim had taken the wrong luggage from the airport and the driver took it back to the terminal. When the driver picked up the victim from the restaurant, the belt was missing. Responding officers searched the limo and airport for the belt without success. On-call CID (Note from Mike: Criminal Investigation Department) was consulted, and forensics responded to the scene. Victim: Christopher "Jericho" Irvine, W/M, 11/9/70"


PWInsider.com was told the case remains open and police are investigating.


Note: AEW, on Instagram, responded to comments regarding the situation, writing, "Authorities are working on it as we speak. Thank you for your concern."

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That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

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Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 

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Jericho has already cut a nice in-character heel promo on the thief that has been posted to all AEW platforms.

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srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 
Back in the day, a couple cans of tuna and a 5 pound bag of taters. Hell,  McDonald's was fine dining up until the mid 1980's.

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 
Back in the day, a couple cans of tuna and a 5 pound bag of taters. Hell,  McDonald's was fine dining up until the mid 1980's.

Ted Dibiase talked about "bologna blowouts" in one of his books. Someone would stop at a 7-Eleven or supermarket and get a loaf of bread, a pack of Oscar Mayer bologna and a case of beer (pre-open container law). 

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 
Back in the day, a couple cans of tuna and a 5 pound bag of taters. Hell,  McDonald's was fine dining up until the mid 1980's.

Forgot the can of pork n' beans, opened up with a pocket knife.
Wrestlers?  Shit, this was my college menu.  Add some Ramen, 50 cent box of mac and cheese, and splurge on the mega package of bologna and Wonder Bread.

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BuddyPSHayes wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 
Back in the day, a couple cans of tuna and a 5 pound bag of taters. Hell,  McDonald's was fine dining up until the mid 1980's.

Ted Dibiase talked about "bologna blowouts" in one of his books. Someone would stop at a 7-Eleven or supermarket and get a loaf of bread, a pack of Oscar Mayer bologna and a case of beer (pre-open container law). 
The bologna blowouts are definitely a pro wrestling tradition. One of the best ever things about CAC, but I heard they ended it? I haven't been in 6 years due to health reasons.

My all-time favorite cheapskate is probably Angelo "The Miser" Poffo. Supposedly, he would go into waffle houses and low end restaurants. He would simply order a free water in a tall cup, then take ketchup packets and the free saltine crackers at the salad bar (well, free if you actually ordered a salad), add everything together, and make tomato soup. I've heard this story from various people over the years, and I don't think it was part of his gimmick. He didn't start going by "The Miser" character until late in his career.





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Sounds like these guys would have been better off working at the waffle house

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Franchise wrote: Sounds like these guys would have been better off working at the waffle houseMaybe so, but what about the perks? I hear the young rats in the back of the wrestling arena are WAAAY cooler than the young rats in the waffle house food storage pantry.

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Reading social media posts not only makes me question my being a wrestling fan, but also makes me understand how come there are so many people struggling to keep their minimum wage jobs...there are some really dumb people in this world and that’s being kind.

But I did get one good laugh just now on a Jericho post about having the AEW belt stolen. Some guy posted: “Rikishi stole the belt - he did it for The Rock”. And I don’t know why but I popped like hell for that line.

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Superstar wrote: Reading social media posts not only makes me question my being a wrestling fan, but also makes me understand how come there are so many people struggling to keep their minimum wage jobs...there are some really dumb people in this world and that’s being kind.

I have one Facebook friend who shares wrestling newz stories.  It's my only link to wrestling on social media.  So whenever I am at my lowest point of despair in reading comments about politics and wondering how people could be so dumb, I read of the comments on wrestling and suddenly I understand. 

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Brandi tweeted some video of the new Women's belt.  Very different look, much more slender.  I like it.  Just don't give it to Jericho.

https://twitter.com/TheBrandiRhodes/status/1168948514921037826/video/1

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Do police reports of petty theft really make their way to the internets? You're all being worked, you sad marks.

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Kriss wrote: Do police reports of petty theft really make their way to the internets? You're all being worked, you sad marks.
Even stolen replica belts make the news sometimes:

https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/29/us/thieves-return-boys-wrestling-belt-trnd/index.html

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Heenan Fan wrote: BuddyPSHayes wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 
Back in the day, a couple cans of tuna and a 5 pound bag of taters. Hell,  McDonald's was fine dining up until the mid 1980's.

Ted Dibiase talked about "bologna blowouts" in one of his books. Someone would stop at a 7-Eleven or supermarket and get a loaf of bread, a pack of Oscar Mayer bologna and a case of beer (pre-open container law). 
The bologna blowouts are definitely a pro wrestling tradition. One of the best ever things about CAC, but I heard they ended it? I haven't been in 6 years due to health reasons.

My all-time favorite cheapskate is probably Angelo "The Miser" Poffo. Supposedly, he would go into waffle houses and low end restaurants. He would simply order a free water in a tall cup, then take ketchup packets and the free saltine crackers at the salad bar (well, free if you actually ordered a salad), add everything together, and make tomato soup. I've heard this story from various people over the years, and I don't think it was part of his gimmick. He didn't start going by "The Miser" character until late in his career.






 
Another one I heard about Angelo Poffo was he'd go to a diner or lunch counter, order something like a cup of coffee or whatever and then as people finished their food and left, he'd raid their plates for leftover food before they could be bused out.

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Heenan Fan wrote: The bologna blowouts are definitely a pro wrestling tradition. One of the best ever things about CAC, but I heard they ended it? I haven't been in 6 years due to health reasons.

My all-time favorite cheapskate is probably Angelo "The Miser" Poffo. Supposedly, he would go into waffle houses and low end restaurants. He would simply order a free water in a tall cup, then take ketchup packets and the free saltine crackers at the salad bar (well, free if you actually ordered a salad), add everything together, and make tomato soup. I've heard this story from various people over the years, and I don't think it was part of his gimmick. He didn't start going by "The Miser" character until late in his career.


This was not at all uncommon for people from his generation, although of course he had money by this time.  The "meal" was very well known from the Depression era though.  People used to go into automats when they were all the rage, the first fast food places, and do this same exact thing all the time.  If they had nowhere else to go, they'd practically live in the automats and eat this all day.

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AEW has thanked the Tallahassee Police Dept. for locating the belt.  They posted a pic with one of the cops holding it.  It wasn't a work.

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srossi wrote: AEW has thanked the Tallahassee Police Dept. for locating the belt.  They posted a pic with one of the cops holding it.  It wasn't a work.

As if Tallahassee was the name of a real place! Next you'll be telling me Parts Unknown, Truth or Consequences NM and Rio de Janeiro are real places as well.

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I didn't catch it live, but Corey Graves trolled Jericho last night on SD!  After Drake Maverick pinned Bo Dallas to regain the 24/7 title, Graves said, "I'm sure Drake's gonna grab his wife and take a limousine to a chain restaurant."

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Corey Graves needs to remember that he can’t take any more shots to the head before he speaks, because someday he’s gonna piss off the wrong person with his mouth.

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Vince is too out of touch to get any of Corey Graves' references, but someone could always stooge him off I guess.

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Superstar wrote: Corey Graves needs to remember that he can’t take any more shots to the head before he speaks, because someday he’s gonna piss off the wrong person with his mouth.
Chris Jericho isn't exactly Killer Karl Kox.  No one is anymore.  He'll be fine.

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tamalie wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: BuddyPSHayes wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: Blazer wrote: Belt stolen out of limo while Y2J ate at Longhorn Steakhouse. You can't make this shit up. Check Ebay.
That man needs a raise; the champ eating at longhorn? For shame 

Wrestlers usually eat at Waffle Houses and Cracker Barrels. This is fine dining. 
Back in the day, a couple cans of tuna and a 5 pound bag of taters. Hell,  McDonald's was fine dining up until the mid 1980's.

Ted Dibiase talked about "bologna blowouts" in one of his books. Someone would stop at a 7-Eleven or supermarket and get a loaf of bread, a pack of Oscar Mayer bologna and a case of beer (pre-open container law). 
The bologna blowouts are definitely a pro wrestling tradition. One of the best ever things about CAC, but I heard they ended it? I haven't been in 6 years due to health reasons.

My all-time favorite cheapskate is probably Angelo "The Miser" Poffo. Supposedly, he would go into waffle houses and low end restaurants. He would simply order a free water in a tall cup, then take ketchup packets and the free saltine crackers at the salad bar (well, free if you actually ordered a salad), add everything together, and make tomato soup. I've heard this story from various people over the years, and I don't think it was part of his gimmick. He didn't start going by "The Miser" character until late in his career.






 
Another one I heard about Angelo Poffo was he'd go to a diner or lunch counter, order something like a cup of coffee or whatever and then as people finished their food and left, he'd raid their plates for leftover food before they could be bused out.
Shit, who hasn't done that? ;).



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AEW notes from PWInsider:

The AEW title belt was turned into Tallahassee Police today by someone who claimed they found the belt, inside its carrying case, on the side of the road.   You have to give AEW credit in that the second it became a big talking point on social media, they turned it into an angle or sorts and got some attention with their Jericho promo.  There have been no arrests made in the case, which is still considered open.

WarnerMedia is bringing All Elite Wrestling to the 2019 New York Comic Con at tje Jacob Javits Center.  Just two days after AEW's debut on TNT, there will be a panel discussion with AEW Champion Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, Awesome Kong, Nyla Rose, Brandi Rhodes and Jungle Boy discussing the promotion and series on Friday 10/4 at 4:15 PM in Room 1A10.

During his Starrcast panel over the weekend, Dean Malenko revealed he is battling Parkinson's Disease.  Everyone at PWInsider.com wishes Malenko and his family the best.  

On his podcast, Chris Jericho noted that Kenny Omega and PAC were both upset as they ran out of time and didn't get to do everything they wanted in their match at All Out.    

It was also noted that the entire roster had their faces scanned for future usage, likely meaning video games or action figures.

Jericho specifically noted he requested Aubrey Edwards to referee his match against Adam Page at the PPV. Malenko was the Producer for that match.

Tool Guitarist Adam Jones was visiting backstage at All Out.

Tickets for the 11/6 Charlotte TV Taping will go on sale this Friday.

Killer Kross, Scarlett Bordeaux and Noelle Foley were in attendance at All Out.

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Meltzer is reporting that there were two separate incidents involving Bea Priestly at All Out, and she appeared to be the victim both times.

The first was on camera as Britt Baker delivered some really stiff shots to her during the pre-show women's battle royal.  These were reportedly a receipt for Priestly giving her a concussion at Fight for the Fallen.

The second was after Priestly returned to the backstage area and was attacked by Sadie Gibbs.  No word on what that was about, but they argued and then Gibbs swung at her, leading to Matt Jackson having to physically separate them. 

So suffice it to say, Priestly, who is expected to be a big part of the women's division, has some locker room heat on her early. 

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Does anyone blame Baker for laying it in on Priestly after she knocked her out?

Priestly tried (possibly succeeded) in getting Gibbs un-booked in Japan.

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cdewar19 wrote: Does anyone blame Baker for laying it in on Priestly after she knocked her out?

Priestly tried (possibly succeeded) in getting Gibbs un-booked in Japan.

I've never even heard of Gibbs before last week so I don't know that story. It's probably time to focus on the bigger picture and stop worrying about petty indy shit though.

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AEW seems to encourage petty shit on camera, so no surprise it happens in the back as well.

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One wrestler giving stiff shots to another over the concussion incident seems like dated juvenile stuff, but if the parties involved consider it point made and case closed, so be it. If it lingers and fuels more incidents, that's another matter.

The bit with Sadie Gibbs attacking Bea Priestly backstage is an offense worth of termination or at least a lengthy suspension. That sort of thing has to be red lighted immediately with consequences lest anyone else gets the idea this is acceptable conduct and there are future instances of this.

Regarding Dean Malenko and Parkinson's, is it known when he was diagnosed? It could be a coincidence or hereditary, but the punishment his body took as a wrestler would suggest there's some sort of link given the numbers of football and hockey players who have had this disease. Was his decision to leave the WWE and go to AEW based on wanting a lighter schedule or perhaps superior health benefits, assuming Dean wasn't getting his health insurance via a spouse. Doug Furnas died of complications from Parkinson's Disease in 2012 and was lucky that his wife and now widow was and still is an executive with Geico. That meant health insurance was not an issue for Doug in the way that Brickhouse Brown died from untreated cancer when treatment could have extended or saved his life due to having no coverage and no way to therefore afford treatment.

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cdewar19 wrote: Do backstage WWE staff get health benefits?

I am not completely certain, but am fairly sure the backstage people are considered employees and get benefits that include health insurance.

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The Tallahassee Democrat featured an interview with Frank Price the man who found Chris Jericho's All Elite Wrestling World Championship belt sitting in the middle of a turn lane on Highway 20 near Capital Circle Southwest. Price said he and his wife were returning from scalloping with his friends on his birthday. They retrieved the scufffed bag, later opening it to discover the title belt on Sunday 9/2.

After taking pictures with the belt, which he and his wife believed was a replica, Price placed a lost and found listing for it on Craigslist.

On Wednesday morning 9/4, he was made aware of the attention given to the lost belt and contacted authorities. He was asked to bring the belt in and did so, turning it in. While at the Police Department, he ran into the owner of the limo company Chris Jericho had used, who gave him a $200 rewards for returning the belt. The timing of their meeting at the department and the reward led to authorities looking into Price's whereabouts when the belt disappeared and he produced GPS and receipts to show he was not near the Longhorn Steakhouse where Jericho reported the title belt stolen.

“It’s pretty comical,” Price said. “It’s like the start for a great screenplay. This story could have gone in so many other funny directions. There are so many funny twists to it.”

Price, who is not a wrestling fan, said that he doubted the belt was actually stolen.

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bpickering wrote: pwinsider.com

Price, who is not a wrestling fan, said that he doubted the belt was actually stolen.


This is some really bad, ambiguous writing.

Did Price not think that the belt had been stolen when he found it, but subsequently changed his mind? Or does he doubt the whole story that the belt was stolen?

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Kriss wrote: bpickering wrote: pwinsider.com

Price, who is not a wrestling fan, said that he doubted the belt was actually stolen.


This is some really bad, ambiguous writing.

Did Price not think that the belt had been stolen when he found it, but subsequently changed his mind? Or does he doubt the whole story that the belt was stolen?

I took it to mean that he's not a fan and assumes everything involving wrestling is a work so someone just left it there to be found, but I could be wrong.

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All Elite Wrestling will hold a TV taping for their TNT series on Wednesday 11/13 in Nashville, TN, it was announced on the latest edition of their Being the Elite YouTube Series. The taping will be held at the legendary Nashville Municipal Auditorium, which housed the NWA Wrestlewar '89: Music City Showdown event headlined by the climax of the Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat trilogy for the NWA World Championship. The building has also housed WWE, WCW and TNA events over the years.

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I am not sure where to put this, but since Chris Jericho was last a full time to semi full time wrestler in the WWE going back to mid 2017, it seems like he's aged about a decade. He made reference in an interview to his persona evolving again, as it has over the past decade or so mainly in the WWE. This time he's taking on that grizzled veteran look and personality. I can't tell if that's really the case or if it's a way of explaining things away. He'll be 49 in two months. The life of a pro wrestler is hard enough without also regularly touring in a rock band. Maybe the years have simply caught up to him physically.

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There was an AEW commercial during NXT on USA. I’m not sure how USA let that happen. Certainly they could’ve rejected it.

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Vince owns AEW it’s all a work
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srossi wrote: There was an AEW commercial during NXT on USA. I’m not sure how USA let that happen. Certainly they could’ve rejected it.Probably just a local ad, but even then Vince and/or USA Network could of easily nixed it. Just another example of the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing in WWE in all probability.

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: There was an AEW commercial during NXT on USA. I’m not sure how USA let that happen. Certainly they could’ve rejected it.Probably just a local ad, but even then Vince and/or USA Network could of easily nixed it. Just another example of the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing in WWE in all probability.
PWInsider confirmed that AEW paid USA for a national commercial during NXT last night. 

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srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: There was an AEW commercial during NXT on USA. I’m not sure how USA let that happen. Certainly they could’ve rejected it.Probably just a local ad, but even then Vince and/or USA Network could of easily nixed it. Just another example of the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing in WWE in all probability.
PWInsider confirmed that AEW paid USA for a national commercial during NXT last night. 


That's a real scoop right there...

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Kenny Omega has called NXT wrestlers "dark match" talent and everyone is freaking out.  I feel like no one can handle a wrestling war in the woke era.  It ain't 1998 anymore and people are already getting way too offended by normal competitive chiding.  PWInsider is getting all offended on behalf of others.  LOL

PWInsider:

SK did an interview with Kenny Omega, where they asked him what he thought about "going to war" with NXT.  It's fair to say his comments were inflammatory.

"You can call it a war if you want. It's like, to me, we're in a completely different kind of business. I mean what they're doing is different from what we're doing. It's weird, because it's hard to say you're going to war with people that I call my friends.  And yet, we are going to war. And yet, when I sit back and look at the grand picture, I'm going to war with these dudes that, if we were on the same show together, the same promotion...let's pretend there were no borders. Let's pretend there were no promotions. Let's just pretend there's just one big promotion. If these guys were in the same show as me, they'd be in the dark match. They'd be in the opening match of my main event match."

I won't even comment on that other than to say, "WOW, I can't believe he would say that". OK, I have one more thing to say.  Maybe you could dismiss this if Omega was "just a wrestler", MAYBE, but he is also an officer in the company.  

Dominic Dijakovic tweeted the following in response to Kenny Omega's comments earlier today about the NXT talent: 

Hey @KennyOmegamanX remember when my match with @RealKeithLee embarrassed yours on your PWG homecoming weekend of BOLA 2017? Tune in this Wednesday to NXT TV on USA at 8pm so two developmental guys can show a real star how it’s done, again.

Meanwhile, Omega responded to a tweeter who attacked Matt Riddle for Omega's statement about NXT having dark match and opening match wrestlers, noting that Matt Riddle was the exception to his statement. 
No he isn’t, I love Matt. We bros. Exceptions to every rule/statement
— Kenny Omega (@KennyOmegamanX) September 19, 2019

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I enjoy old school shit talking but Omega really comes across like a complainer to me; Nothing about him seems cool.

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Kenny Omega knows the fans will eat that stuff up. I don't take him seriously, but a lot of people will.

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Franchise wrote: I enjoy old school shit talking but Omega really comes across like a complainer to me; Nothing about him seems cool.
Cool doesn't mean the same thing to you and me that it means to the new generation.  All the shit that used to get kids pushed into lockers when I was growing up (video games, anime, binge-watching TV shows on a Friday night before binge-watching was a thing) are now cool, and Omega and the AEW guys are into all that shit.  This is cool for the YouTube generation.  "Ric Flair cool" doesn't exist anymore, and considering how pathetic Ric Flair is now, I can't say that's a bad thing. 

Omega's trying to get a reaction, but the problem is he's already making exceptions and will wind up crying and apologizing within hours.  I give him credit for attempting trash talk in 2019, but in the age of Twitter it never goes well.  And the biggest marks are always behind the curtain and genuinely seem confused by it.

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Mike Johnson is still butthurt:

What did you make of Kenny Omega trashing pretty much the entire NXT roster?|

If he actually meant it, it was pretty stupid, because if there's one aspect of WWE that the same fans AEW wants to cultivate as their own love, it's NXT.  My guess is Omega did it to bait people into responding to get attention for the brand, but to me, it's a 21st century version of cheap heat, no different than Eric Bischoff giving away finishes to matches.  It may elicit a reaction in the moment but it doesn't age well.  I'd prefer to see everyone stay above that and just put the best product on, but when you go to war, you try to win by any means necessary.  But, I wasn't a fan of him slagging on NXT's workers, no, especially since AEW would be the first to want to hire many of them if they were on the free market.

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srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: I enjoy old school shit talking but Omega really comes across like a complainer to me; Nothing about him seems cool.
Cool doesn't mean the same thing to you and me that it means to the new generation.  All the shit that used to get kids pushed into lockers when I was growing up (video games, anime, binge-watching TV shows on a Friday night before binge-watching was a thing) are now cool, and Omega and the AEW guys are into all that shit.  This is cool for the YouTube generation.  "Ric Flair cool" doesn't exist anymore, and considering how pathetic Ric Flair is now, I can't say that's a bad thing. 

Omega's trying to get a reaction, but the problem is he's already making exceptions and will wind up crying and apologizing within hours.  I give him credit for attempting trash talk in 2019, but in the age of Twitter it never goes well.  And the biggest marks are always behind the curtain and genuinely seem confused by it.Let's be honest - Flair really wasn't cool in 1985 either, it just seemed like he was.  Walking around looking like a million bucks all while not paying his taxes, cheating on his wife, walking out on his kids - that's the sign of a total piece of shit.  But we loved him, so he was the coolest of the cool.
Now Kenny Omega says something that he probably believes in his heart, and everybody has a problem with it?  Everybody needs to just tend to their own business and move on.  And Kenny Omega needs to shut the fuck up, because a large portion of the fan base that AEW is trying to draw doesn't give a rats ass about anybody on the roster that's not one of the VPs of the company, or Jericho and Mox.  And I am one of those people.   Not one person on this board is paying cash money to watch Darby Allin or Sammy Guevara.  You can say that you will, but you won't.  This company, which i've been really excited about because it's going to be an alternative to WWE, is already in trouble.  People absolutely LOVE what HHH has done with NXT.  If he is allowed to keep it up - and a job posting looking for writers for a "sports centric reality based program" lead me to believe that he will - a good number of the fans that AEW is looking for will think twice about what they are going to watch on Wednesdays.  WWE is throwing stupid money at people like Gallows, Anderson, etc. so that they won't leave.  AEW will be pulling from any indy roster that has a guy that WWE doesn't want, and they'll be pulling from ROH.  And the ROH fans will get mega pissed at that.  Unlike Madusa showing up on Nitro and shitcanning the Women's title, if an ROH guy pulled that shit on AEW programming, it would cause a revolt. 

I've been looking forward to AEW for a year.  I believed that it was going to be a great alternative, and a lot of fun.  I'm starting to think that Cody and the boys found the huge money mark that wrestlers have been looking for since the downfall of WCW and they are going to bleed every penny out of him that they can before jumping ship.  I truly hope that I am wrong, because there needs to be more safe places for the talent to work and actually get paid for their work.

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Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: I enjoy old school shit talking but Omega really comes across like a complainer to me; Nothing about him seems cool.
Cool doesn't mean the same thing to you and me that it means to the new generation.  All the shit that used to get kids pushed into lockers when I was growing up (video games, anime, binge-watching TV shows on a Friday night before binge-watching was a thing) are now cool, and Omega and the AEW guys are into all that shit.  This is cool for the YouTube generation.  "Ric Flair cool" doesn't exist anymore, and considering how pathetic Ric Flair is now, I can't say that's a bad thing. 

Omega's trying to get a reaction, but the problem is he's already making exceptions and will wind up crying and apologizing within hours.  I give him credit for attempting trash talk in 2019, but in the age of Twitter it never goes well.  And the biggest marks are always behind the curtain and genuinely seem confused by it.Let's be honest - Flair really wasn't cool in 1985 either, it just seemed like he was.  Walking around looking like a million bucks all while not paying his taxes, cheating on his wife, walking out on his kids - that's the sign of a total piece of shit.  But we loved him, so he was the coolest of the cool.
Now Kenny Omega says something that he probably believes in his heart, and everybody has a problem with it? 

When you grow up, is anyone cool?  Frank Sinatra and his ilk were pieces of shit.  All the '80s rockers seem pretty pathetic in retrospect.  And I don't think for one second that Omega believes what he's saying in his heart.  If he does, he's deluded.

I do think that firing shots at NXT like this is silly.  I get it, but it's silly.  NXT is pretty much the perfect company.  It's just a really tremendous blend of wrestling action, storytelling, and emotion to get you to care about these guys.  AEW can probably match the wrestling, but the storytelling and emotion is really lacking so far (although I'll wait until they have weekly TV to judge them).  

Everyone says it's impossible to get the fans in 2019 to care about anyone like they did in the '70s, but NXT has done it.  That's going to be a huge hurdle for AEW, and taking shots at guys the smart fans love like Gargano and Ciampa isn't going to help.  Vince counter-programming with NXT instead of anything WWE was brilliant fucking strategy to prevent this type of rhetoric and make AEW look bad for trying it.  Omega could shit on Reigns and Kingston all day long and no one would bat an eye, but the Internet doesn't like him talking shit about their indy heroes who happen to be under a WWE contract.  It's the smartest thing Vince has done since 2001.  Now, he needs to have the self-control to stay far away from NXT and not change a thing, but I have my doubts he can do that.  Doing nothing is Vince's key to victory here.  Don't give AEW the ammunition to pivot and say, "Well the NXT stars really are great but Vince ruined the booking so watch us instead."       

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SECOND AEW SERIES UNDER DISCUSSION AT WARNERMEDIA
by Mike Johnson @ 6:46 PM on 9/23/2019

A second All Elite Wrestling series is under discussion at WarnerMedia, according to TheWrap.com.  The series could be a studio show, according to their report.
Brett Weitz, the general manager of TNT, TBS and truTV, commented, “We are talking about it.  I don’t know if you’ve met Tony Khan, but he’s not short of ideas — or passion.  So there is a world where we’re thinking about ‘Where does something like that live?’ Knowing full well that within the WarnerMedia ecosystem we have B/R Live, we’ve got all these different components at our disposal.”
AEW's Dynamite debuts on Wednesday 10/2 on TNT.

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Booker T discussed Kenny Omega's shot at WWE NXT on his ESPN 97.5 radio show in Houston, TX yesterday, noting that Omega could have been in character and you have to ask when you should and shouldn't be in character. He questioned that when you are in character, "when shouldn't you be in character?" and asked whether you should be in character when you are talking to the media. Booker said that the job is to get people talking, as Booker did awhile back when he said he wished he could catch Corey Graves in a Starbucks, noting he didn't really mean that, but was in character, and got websites and fans talking.

Booker said Omega didn't really disrespect anyone and when Omega sees those talents down the line, he's just going to say he was working. He said, "When you a rock star, you gotta talk like that." He said you have to talk things up and make them bigger than they actually are.

Booker said he wouldn't have been offended if he was in WWE NXT. He said that it's a war and in war, "sometimes, there's friendly fire and casualties." He said that a shot was fired across the bow and he likes that, because "we" have to fire one back. He noted that means a larger, faster shot could be fired back with a "bigger boom."

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As I type, there are 3,433 tickets on StubHub for the Washington DC TV debut with a get in price of $6. That's not just one guy putting them up for that price in a desperate attempt to get rid of them. There are lots at and near that price. That is a lot of tickets considering the capacity of the venue and the expected crowd. For contrast, I attended Raiders-Vikings at US Bank Stadium this past Sunday and sold a pair of spare tickets on StubHub. With the same amount of time before that game as we are from AEW in DC, there were fewer Vikes tickets on sale via StubHub in a 66,500 capacity stadium than there are for a wrestling arena that's probably scaled in the 13,000 to 15,000 range.

For the Philadelphia taping, there are 2,378 tickets available with a get in price of $6, again there are lots in and around that price point.

The Boston card has 1,151 available, but the get in price there is $44.

The Pittsburgh taping has 975 tickets available with a $28 get in price. It's Peterson Events Center which is Pitt's basketball arena on campus. The capacity for hoops is 12,000 or so. With seat kills, it's probably closer to 8,000.

Charleston, WV has 841 tickets with a $34 get in. Charlotte, at the old arena that JCP used to run and where Flair beat Vader at Starrcade, there are 646 tickets with a $43 get in price. The Baltimore card has 1,188 on sale with a $40 get in at the same arena the WWE uses. Nashville has 489 with a $30 get in at Municipal Auditorium where 30 years ago Flair beat Steamboat and then got piledriven by Funk. They're going back to Chicago at the usual arena, but with a quicker turnaround; 1,195 tickets available with a $25 get in. That's all that's on the slate so far.

For that last batch of cards, I have no idea about capacities, set ups, and the number of tickets sold via the non third party market so far.

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For what it is worth, a lot of those early Nitros from the last few months of 1995 and farther into 1996 than you'd imagine had trouble drawing. More than one Nitro in that timeframe would do such things as not opening the upper deck, putting all the fans on the side shot by the hard camera while keeping seats empty on the side not shot by the camera, and putting the ring not at center ice/midcourt but rather at a blue line/free throw line to in effect use less of the arena. Raw used those tricks too. If AEW has some falling off in crowds once the StubHub speculators go away, it's not the seed of doom being planted. Hopefully the people in the promotion and the fans caught up in the wave won't take it too badly to heart if a lot of seats go empty this fall despite being sold and the promotion has to scale back buildings the next time through certain markets.

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AEW’s TV show will be rated TV-14, which isn’t a big surprise.

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srossi wrote: AEW’s TV show will be rated TV-14, which isn’t a big surprise.Thank God. But does anyone know if TNT still has a strict standards and practices like they did in the 1990's though? If so, that can be a problem.

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: AEW’s TV show will be rated TV-14, which isn’t a big surprise.Thank God. But does anyone know if TNT still has a strict standards and practices like they did in the 1990's though? If so, that can be a problem.
I'm sure they do, and I'm sure in some ways it's much stricter in this PC age. 

As far as the hardcore matches, they need to limit these to PPV anyway, and only do a couple a year.  I know they have a few guys like Jimmy Havoc who are known for this shit, but I don't need to see thumbtacks and all the garbage wrestling every week.  It's already a bit of overkill with AEW and they haven't even started yet.

I do hope they can use a bit more adult language and "adult situations" though.  Even this should be kept in check to big angles and not over-used.  Just keep it more realistic to sound the way real humans actually talk (as opposed to WWE where no one sounds human), but they don't need to rely on profanity.  That's often a crutch in place of good storytelling, and AEW desperately needs to prove that they can tell stories and get characters not in The Elite over.

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Unlike movies, ratings are set by the shows themselves, not judged on their content by an outside body. You can say you are TV-14 just as a marketing gimmick without having to set your content to the upper bounds of what is acceptable in TV-14. I think it basically allows them to say that AEW isn't wrestling for kids.

Hopefully standards and practices ban that Japanese weirdo with the baby oil, though. There's no need for that.

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A quick scan of the online TV listing I use shows quite a few replays, including on sister networks...

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Well, the screenshot didn't work. Sorry.

TNT - Wed 10/2 - 8pm
         Wed 10/2 - 10pm
         Sat 10/5 - 10am (interesting)
         Sat 10/5 - 10:30pm
         Tue 10/8 - 1am

TBS - Mon 10/7 - 12:30am

TruTV - Wed 10/2 - 7pm (assuming this is the Countdown preview)
            Sun 10/6 - 12:30am
            Sun 10/6 - 12noon
            Tue 10/8 - 10pm

Last edited on Wed Sep 25th, 2019 06:35 pm by glc

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FYI that Smackdown is also about to get replayed on FS2 and several other FOX outlets several times each week, including on Tuesday nights (where Smackdown currently is). I'm not sure how important replays are in the age of DVRs, but there will be many opportunities to watch these shows now.

Last edited on Wed Sep 25th, 2019 07:02 pm by srossi

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All Elite Wrestling Dynamite's debut episode will air on ITV 4 in Great Britain on Sunday 10/6 at 8:20 with a shorter highlights episode airing on Monday 10/7 at 11:45 PM.

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srossi wrote: FYI that Smackdown is also about to get replayed on FS2 and several other FOX outlets several times each week, including on Tuesday nights (where Smackdown currently is). I'm not sure how important replays are in the age of DVRs, but there will be many opportunities to watch these shows now.

I just figured out the other day if I link my NBC app to my cable provider my son can watch Raw Tuesday in complete form. That’s probably old news but I’m not very tech savvy. 

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Huge news for Canada as AEW is about to announce that they will air live on TSN every week. Obviously this is a very big clearance for them.

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Confirmed as Jericho’s partners tomorrow night against Omega and the Young Bucks are LAX. This was announced on the preview show on TNT tonight.

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Last night's AEW Dynamite preview show on TNT drew 631,000 viewers, which is a damn strong number for just a preview with video packages. You'd think the actual show tonight could approach 2 million.

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AEW now has clearance in the UK as well, per Tony Khan's tweet today:

As I’d promised last week, we’ve been working with our friends at @ITV on scheduling to get free same day access to our weekly episodes of AEW Dynamite for our amazing UK fans via ITV Hub and a sooner free to air replay on ITV4. Thank you for your patience, here’s the great news

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Well here we go guys. 23 minutes to go.

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I don't know, but hearing J.R. and Tony's voices again makes me feel excited again.

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Meltzer reporting that the L.A. Times story on AEW today was the most viewed article on their website by far, beating even all the Trump stories as well as every other hard news and entertainment article. The Times was shocked.

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Chris Jericho was at the Rangers-Jets game last night and was wearing the AEW belt. When they showed him on the screen he got a nice pop...and was identified as “WWE Superstar”. Some things never change. It’s the ‘90s all over again.

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AEW tickets for Philly next week are on Groupon right now for $11 each.

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Here is the AEW StubHub report. This doesn't count what is still at box offices for general sale or what's on other third party, fan to fan ticket sites.

There only 230 tickets on sale at the moment for Boston tonight with a $27 get in price.

On the other hand, Philadelphia has 1,818 tickets on sale for the basketball arena at Temple, with a set up probably in the 7,000 to 7,500 range and a get in price of $6.

Pittsburgh on 10/23/19 has 879 tickets left with an $18 get in price. This arena holds 12,000 for Pitt basketball and is on campus. I'd venture after seat kills it will be more like 9,000.

On 10/30/19 Charleston Civic Center Coliseum. This West Virginia venue was used by Georgia, JCP, WCW, and the WWF. It has 806 tickets on sale with a $26 get in.

On 11/6/19 it's the old Charlotte Coliseum that later had many names and is now Bojangles Coliseum for a regional fast food chain. This is the historic venue JCP used and where Flair beat Vader at Starrcade as opposed to the massive building that opened in 1988, held 24,000, and had an insanely bad interior design that led to it being unsuitable for NBA games and then demolished after maybe 25 years. This place holds maybe 11,000 and will probably be set up for 8,000 to 8,500. There are 599 tickets on sale with a $43 get in price.

Baltimore has 1,109 on sale for the Full Gear PPV on 11/9/19 with presumably the full 11,000 or so set up and a $37 get in price.

Nashville has 647 on sale with a $30 get in price on 11/13/19. This is at Municipal Auditorium where Flair beat Steamboat and got jumped by Funk and where Harley Race took the table bump for Hogan on SNME. Concerts in the round with seating at the venue have a capacity of around 9,400. I don't know how many seat kills there will be.

On 11/20/19 in Indianapolis there are 752 tickets with a $26 get in price. This is at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum. There are 6,800 seats for hockey. I'd bet that once you deduct seat kills and add back floor seating the capacity would be in the 5,500 range.

Sears Centre Arena in suburban and almost exurban Chicago where All In and All Out were held has 1,085 tickets on sale with a $21 get in price for 11/27/19. All In drew 11,263 with All Out getting a rounded off 10,500. I assume the set up will be the same. This will be an interesting attendance mark to watch. The two big events had lots of internet fly in fans. Even with the start to the long holiday weekend on Thanksgiving eve, this card will presumably rely more on locals.

12/4/19 is in Champaign, IL at State Farm Center which is the corporate name for what was once called Assembly Hall. This is the basketball arena at the University of Illinois. There are 61 tickets on sale with a get in price of $52. I don't know the capacity. The arena is shaped like a circle and holds about 16,500 for hoops. It's hard to tell with seat kills due to the shape. This is another interesting attendance measuring stick for AEW because this is its first TV shoot in a non urban market. The entire metro area has about 230,000 residents. I assume students at the University of Illinois and Parkland College, which is a Juco that's residential and similar to a four year school rather than being a commuter school, are not included. If not, add in another 60,000 people.

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From Meltz:

"There is a chance that a portion of tonight's AEW show will not air on TNT tonight.

Today's St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Braves baseball playoff game starts at 5:02 p.m. Eastern and will air on TBS. There is also a Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers came on TBS scheduled to start at 8:37 p.m.

If the Cardinals game goes past 8:37 p.m., unlikely but possible, one of the two games would be put on TNT with the other on TBS until the Cardinals game ends.

To offset this, AEW is scheduled to air live on both TNT and Tru TV for the two hours, which, with airing on two stations, would increase the potential audience. If the Cardinals game goes long, there could be a period where TNT goes to baseball, and AEW would only air on Tru TV. But TNT would return to the AEW show from Boston as soon as the first game ends.

The complete two hour show will be replayed at 10 p.m. Eastern on TNT."


Considering the the first inning of the Cards -Braves game is 40 minutes in and still going as I type this, it's probably a given that part of the TNT broadcast will be interrupted tonight.

Cards-Braves ***SPOILER***


Cards up 10-0 bottom of the 1st.

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AEW DYNAMITE COULD SWITCH STATIONS TONIGHT
By Clint Novak on 2019-10-09 17:33:00
506 Sports, a TV Sports website, has tweeted that if the Braves/Cards Game 5 runs late tonight, and it starts at 5 pm, the Dodgers/Nationals Game 5 slated for 8 :30 pm will begin on TNT.

That will push AEW to TruTV, where it would air there in full.

This could be a major monkey wrench potentially in any Week 2 ratings data, given 3 of the games in the Braves/Cards series have run over 3 hours and 30 minutes.

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Déjà vu

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Heenan Fan wrote: Déjà vu
Of all teams too.

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Heenan Fan wrote: Déjà vu
Of all teams too.

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They've already added Jake Hager (Jack Swagger) to the opening montage. 


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Director Kevin Smith revealed he and long-time cohort Jay Mewes were supposed to appear on the debut of Friday Night Smackdown but were disinvited after appearing on the debut episode of AEW Dynamite. Smith noted he was invited to Dynamite by AEW Champion Chris Jericho, who will be one of the top villains in the forthcoming Jay & Silent Bob Reboot:

“The first casualty of the Wrestling War was Jay and Silent Bob.” - @AEWrestling Champion Chris Jericho. Watch me and my #JayAndSilentBobReboot co-star talk about what happened after @JayMewes and I appeared on the debut ep of @AEWonTNT! https://t.co/h0rI0Q9WJ7

— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) October 10, 2019

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Interesting stuff:

Conrad Thompson, via his company Toot Toot LLC, is now the owner of the Four Horsemen trademark for - Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.

Conrad Thompson isn't actually employed by AEW, but I think the fact that the Horsemen trademark is owned by someone decidedly aligned with the company is quite interesting. Especially with Tully and Arn on the company payroll. Will we see another Four Horsemen revival in AEW at some stage? Would anyone in 2019 even want to?

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So I never noticed this before I heard this last week on Jim Cornette's podcast.

Jim and his co-host Brian Last were reviewing the first AEW show and they goofed on the fact that Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks is going bald.

As I said, I never noticed him balding before, but OMG, when watching the show last night that is all I could focus on. He looks like one of the Elves from The Lord Of The Rings.

Freaking Cornette has ruined The Young Bucks for me lol. I will now focus on Nick's hairline. He should wear a headband like his brother Matt does. It would help his look tremendously. Unfortunately I do not think he has the type of body frame that would make a shaved head look good. I don't know what he will do in a couple more years. Maybe if he gets jacked on roids and tanned up he could rock the shaved head respectably.

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Heenan Fan wrote: Interesting stuff:

Conrad Thompson, via his company Toot Toot LLC, is now the owner of the Four Horsemen trademark for - Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.

Conrad Thompson isn't actually employed by AEW, but I think the fact that the Horsemen trademark is owned by someone decidedly aligned with the company is quite interesting. Especially with Tully and Arn on the company payroll. Will we see another Four Horsemen revival in AEW at some stage? Would anyone in 2019 even want to?

You need Flair obviously, which is possible given his lawsuit against WWE and his general ungratefulness and willingness to do anything for a buck.  But what the fuck would you possibly do with a Four Horsemen of Flair, Arn, and Tully in 2019?  Even if you try to give some young guys the rub with the name, I just don't see the value.  I think AEW is going to be just fine with the Inner Circle. 

If I was Conrad, I'd just design a bunch of shirts for ProWrestlingTees.com and profit off the name that way.  People would buy them. 

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srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Interesting stuff:

Conrad Thompson, via his company Toot Toot LLC, is now the owner of the Four Horsemen trademark for - Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.

Conrad Thompson isn't actually employed by AEW, but I think the fact that the Horsemen trademark is owned by someone decidedly aligned with the company is quite interesting. Especially with Tully and Arn on the company payroll. Will we see another Four Horsemen revival in AEW at some stage? Would anyone in 2019 even want to?

You need Flair obviously, which is possible given his lawsuit against WWE and his general ungratefulness and willingness to do anything for a buck.  But what the fuck would you possibly do with a Four Horsemen of Flair, Arn, and Tully in 2019?  Even if you try to give some young guys the rub with the name, I just don't see the value.  I think AEW is going to be just fine with the Inner Circle. 

If I was Conrad, I'd just design a bunch of shirts for ProWrestlingTees.com and profit off the name that way.  People would buy them. 
Conrad did it for Flair.  Now if WWE uses the name they need to pay him.  Maybe he will try to trademark WOOOOOOOO next.  And is Arn actually employed by them?  I don't know if he's a backstage hand or not, but it appears that Tully is since he traveled to Boston last night.

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Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Interesting stuff:

Conrad Thompson, via his company Toot Toot LLC, is now the owner of the Four Horsemen trademark for - Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.

Conrad Thompson isn't actually employed by AEW, but I think the fact that the Horsemen trademark is owned by someone decidedly aligned with the company is quite interesting. Especially with Tully and Arn on the company payroll. Will we see another Four Horsemen revival in AEW at some stage? Would anyone in 2019 even want to?

You need Flair obviously, which is possible given his lawsuit against WWE and his general ungratefulness and willingness to do anything for a buck.  But what the fuck would you possibly do with a Four Horsemen of Flair, Arn, and Tully in 2019?  Even if you try to give some young guys the rub with the name, I just don't see the value.  I think AEW is going to be just fine with the Inner Circle. 

If I was Conrad, I'd just design a bunch of shirts for ProWrestlingTees.com and profit off the name that way.  People would buy them. 
Conrad did it for Flair.  Now if WWE uses the name they need to pay him.  Maybe he will try to trademark WOOOOOOOO next.  And is Arn actually employed by them?  I don't know if he's a backstage hand or not, but it appears that Tully is since he traveled to Boston last night.


Yes Arn officially works for AEW now.

I am surprised that WWE didn't have that trademark locked up already. Did they have it previously and lapsed on it when it came time to re-new?

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carpetbeggar wrote: Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Interesting stuff:

Conrad Thompson, via his company Toot Toot LLC, is now the owner of the Four Horsemen trademark for - Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.

Conrad Thompson isn't actually employed by AEW, but I think the fact that the Horsemen trademark is owned by someone decidedly aligned with the company is quite interesting. Especially with Tully and Arn on the company payroll. Will we see another Four Horsemen revival in AEW at some stage? Would anyone in 2019 even want to?

You need Flair obviously, which is possible given his lawsuit against WWE and his general ungratefulness and willingness to do anything for a buck.  But what the fuck would you possibly do with a Four Horsemen of Flair, Arn, and Tully in 2019?  Even if you try to give some young guys the rub with the name, I just don't see the value.  I think AEW is going to be just fine with the Inner Circle. 

If I was Conrad, I'd just design a bunch of shirts for ProWrestlingTees.com and profit off the name that way.  People would buy them. 
Conrad did it for Flair.  Now if WWE uses the name they need to pay him.  Maybe he will try to trademark WOOOOOOOO next.  And is Arn actually employed by them?  I don't know if he's a backstage hand or not, but it appears that Tully is since he traveled to Boston last night.


Yes Arn officially works for AEW now.

I am surprised that WWE didn't have that trademark locked up already. Did they have it previously and lapsed on it when it came time to re-new?
I would guess yes since they marketed the Ric Flair and The Four Horseman DVD in 2007.

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Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Interesting stuff:

Conrad Thompson, via his company Toot Toot LLC, is now the owner of the Four Horsemen trademark for - Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer.

Conrad Thompson isn't actually employed by AEW, but I think the fact that the Horsemen trademark is owned by someone decidedly aligned with the company is quite interesting. Especially with Tully and Arn on the company payroll. Will we see another Four Horsemen revival in AEW at some stage? Would anyone in 2019 even want to?

You need Flair obviously, which is possible given his lawsuit against WWE and his general ungratefulness and willingness to do anything for a buck.  But what the fuck would you possibly do with a Four Horsemen of Flair, Arn, and Tully in 2019?  Even if you try to give some young guys the rub with the name, I just don't see the value.  I think AEW is going to be just fine with the Inner Circle. 

If I was Conrad, I'd just design a bunch of shirts for ProWrestlingTees.com and profit off the name that way.  People would buy them. 
Conrad did it for Flair.  Now if WWE uses the name they need to pay him.  Maybe he will try to trademark WOOOOOOOO next.  And is Arn actually employed by them?  I don't know if he's a backstage hand or not, but it appears that Tully is since he traveled to Boston last night.

Flair via his LLC applied for the Wooo trademark in May of this year. It's still in process and has yet to be registered.

Conrad's entity applied in March. It also has yet to be registered.

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AEW has come to terms with Taz to be a commentator on at least one edition of AEW Dark when they are in Philly this week. They’ve promised he will also make an in-ring appearance, although its unclear if that will happen on Wednesday live or on Dark.  Taz appeared to be upset on Twitter that he wasn’t invited to the Smackdown premiere on FOX and now this.

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I listened to the first couple of Arn Anderson podcasts with Conrad this week. I was very pleasantly surprised. I have only ever heard Arn kayfabe, long after everyone else was happy to talk about the inner workings of the business. He's completely candid on this show, and his serious manner seems to have rubbed off on Conrad, and there's none of the goofy bullshit that I hated about the Bruce Prichard show. I was disappointed that Conrad didn't bring up the toupee incident, though.

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Kriss wrote: I listened to the first couple of Arn Anderson podcasts with Conrad this week. I was very pleasantly surprised. I have only ever heard Arn kayfabe, long after everyone else was happy to talk about the inner workings of the business. He's completely candid on this show, and his serious manner seems to have rubbed off on Conrad, and there's none of the goofy bullshit that I hated about the Bruce Prichard show. I was disappointed that Conrad didn't bring up the toupee incident, though.
The latest episode covering the "My Spot" promo and Arn's retirement may be the best and most insightful story of anything I've ever heard.. From the physical pain he endured and him seriously contemplating taking his own life to the pain and embarrassment he felt emotionally when the NWO did their parody mocking his speech and making him look like nothing but a drunk in front of his wife and kids. Very powerful stuff.

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Cody announced this afternoon that former ECW World Champion Taz will appear as a guest broadcaster on this Wednesday's AEW Dynamite TV taping, which will emanate from Philadelphia, a city he has a LOT of history. Taz will take part in calling bouts that will air on the 10/22 AEW Dark episode:

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One of the gimmicks a few I know have worked in the last few years. Is for people to trademark things they think WWE would want to use sometime in the future. When the time comes, they sell the rights of it to WWE for a good chunk of change.

A friend did this recently and got a nice 5 figure payday from it.

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Matt Farmer wrote: One of the gimmicks a few I know have worked in the last few years. Is for people to trademark things they think WWE would want to use sometime in the future. When the time comes, they sell the rights of it to WWE for a good chunk of change.

A friend did this recently and got a nice 5 figure payday from it.

I had friends who used to do this with registering domain names in the early 2000s. For the most part they wound up losing money. 

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All Elite Wrestling announced this afternoon that The Rock N' Roll Express, Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson, will appear on this Wednesday's edition of Dynamite.

The WWE Hall of Famers will present the AEW Tag Team Championship belts to the winners of the tournament final, which will feature The Lucha Brothers vs. SCU.

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bpickering wrote: All Elite Wrestling announced this afternoon that The Rock N' Roll Express, Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson, will appear on this Wednesday's edition of Dynamite.

The WWE Hall of Famers will present the AEW Tag Team Championship belts to the winners of the tournament final, which will feature The Lucha Brothers vs. SCU.

Aren't they the NWA Tag champs again?  Heel turn leading to a title vs. title match at the NWA PPV!

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I thought lattimer and the guy with the ultimate warrior boot fringe were the champs?

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Franchise wrote: I thought lattimer and the guy with the ultimate warrior boot fringe were the champs?

Spoiler alert!

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It is??? I saw them with the belts on POWERRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

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I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.  Since they only have like 25 people there anyway, they should make them sign NDAs. 

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srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.By the time it airs, they'll be collecting Social Security.

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Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.By the time it airs, they'll be collecting Social Security.

The R'n'R Express or viewers of the show?

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Dynamite had its first production fuck-up last night as the show did not end as planned. After the time limit draw between PAC and Moxley, Omega was supposed to hit the ring and the show would fade to black during a brawl. Omega missed a cue or was sent late, and the show obviously just ended with everyone standing around. They've been really, really good the first few weeks at not making mistakes like this, which hampers other companies all the time when they try to go live.  Tony Khan has been personally handling many of the time cues and has gotten rave reviews.

In other news, Dippin Dots tweeted a shout out to AEW after that awesome segment involving Jericho last night, and promised to make a "Rocky Rhodes" flavor.  Cody responded in thanks. 

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srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.  Since they only have like 25 people there anyway, they should make them sign NDAs.  God dammit Rossi. Not everyone here reads the websites for “insider” information. It ruins the viewing experience. And btw, that studio seats 253 people. Those are shoot numbers Rossi. SHOOT NUMBERS. 

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Vintage Wrestling wrote: srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.  Since they only have like 25 people there anyway, they should make them sign NDAs.  God dammit Rossi. Not everyone here reads the websites for “insider” information. It ruins the viewing experience. And btw, that studio seats 253 people. Those are shoot numbers Rossi. SHOOT NUMBERS. Its great having you back!

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Vintage Wrestling wrote: srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.  Since they only have like 25 people there anyway, they should make them sign NDAs.  God dammit Rossi. Not everyone here reads the websites for “insider” information. It ruins the viewing experience. And btw, that studio seats 253 people. Those are shoot numbers Rossi. SHOOT NUMBERS. 
Old school fans shouldn't be reading AEW threads.  Now you've caught the flippity-floppety disease and you got what you deserved.

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srossi wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.  Since they only have like 25 people there anyway, they should make them sign NDAs.  God dammit Rossi. Not everyone here reads the websites for “insider” information. It ruins the viewing experience. And btw, that studio seats 253 people. Those are shoot numbers Rossi. SHOOT NUMBERS. 
Old school fans shouldn't be reading AEW threads.  Now you've caught the flippity-floppety disease and you got what you deserved.
I am not an “old school fan”. I am a fan of wrestling. Or the “business” as you call it. 

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srossi wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: srossi wrote: I guess it will air in the future so sorry for the spoiler, but it was all over the websites when it was taped.  Since they only have like 25 people there anyway, they should make them sign NDAs.  God dammit Rossi. Not everyone here reads the websites for “insider” information. It ruins the viewing experience. And btw, that studio seats 253 people. Those are shoot numbers Rossi. SHOOT NUMBERS. 
Old school fans shouldn't be reading AEW threads.  Now you've caught the flippity-floppety disease and you got what you deserved.
This week was extremely flippy floppy.  Hated that first match.  I like those two Lucha guys, they seem like badass Lucha killers but that match was flippy as all get out.  Too much.
Really other than the brawl with Cody and friends vs. Jerichos group, the show was fairly meh to me.  They NEED interviews,to build some story. Desperately 

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They drew me in the first week. They've lost me piece by piece the last three weeks.
I'm near being a lapsed fan once again.

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martini wrote: I gave AEW four weeks as a lapsed fan...
They drew me in the first week. They've lost me piece by piece the last three weeks.
I'm near being a lapsed fan once again.
I’m a lapsed fan too. I’ll keep watching for a while at least. I enjoy 50% of the AEW show so far and that’s 49.997% more than anything from Raw or Smackdown. The focus on the matches is nice. Never been a fan of 15 minute talking segments or silly attitude era type stuff. I’d love to see some more hard hitting wrestling. The flippy floppy shit is really impressive to see live but it looks so over the top phony on tv. I’m just looking for something that makes me proud to be a wrestling fan because the older I get, the more wrestling comes off as stupid and hokey to me. 

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Chris Jericho has applied for "Painmaker" and "The Inner Circle" trademarks. Note that these were not AEW filings, so Jericho will own them and be able to use them anywhere. He was using the "Painmaker" name in NJPW in his feud with Okada so that one pre-dates AEW.

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ESPN MMA reporter Marc Raimondi tweeted that Jake Hager will be accompanied to the cage by Inner Circle stablemates Sammy Guevara, Ortiz, and Santana tonight when he fights Anthony Garrett in the opening match of Bellator 231.  I hope there's a run in.  Hager skipped Dynamite this week as he was in fight camp.  The main event will be washed up UFC fighters Frank Mir vs. Roy Nelson.

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srossi wrote: ESPN MMA reporter Marc Raimondi tweeted that Jake Hager will be accompanied to the cage by Inner Circle stablemates Sammy Guevara, Ortiz, and Santana tonight when he fights Anthony Garrett in the opening match of Bellator 231.  I hope there's a run in.  Hager skipped Dynamite this week as he was in fight camp.  The main event will be washed up UFC fighters Frank Mir vs. Roy Nelson.I understand Bellator isn't UFC, so the people watching it may possibly be wrestling fans.  But I can totally see the people at Mohegan Sun saying "who the fook are those guys?"

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Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: ESPN MMA reporter Marc Raimondi tweeted that Jake Hager will be accompanied to the cage by Inner Circle stablemates Sammy Guevara, Ortiz, and Santana tonight when he fights Anthony Garrett in the opening match of Bellator 231.  I hope there's a run in.  Hager skipped Dynamite this week as he was in fight camp.  The main event will be washed up UFC fighters Frank Mir vs. Roy Nelson.I understand Bellator isn't UFC, so the people watching it may possibly be wrestling fans.  But I can totally see the people at Mohegan Sun saying "who the fook are those guys?"

People say that about all the assholes who come out with the fighters.  Some guys have entourages numbering in the millions.  The best was when Dan Severn came out with Al Snow and Dennis Carlouzzo wearing the NWA belt on one of the first UFC shows.

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It’s funny that in AEW they shit on Hager’s old gimmick but in Bellator he comes out to a “We The People” Titantron video. He came out to “Rooster” by Alice in Chains. He’s wearing an Inner Circle shirt and Guevara, Ortiz, and Santana got TV time. Announcer Mike Goldberg also gave Jericho a shout out. Now he just needs to win.

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Wow, Hager with 2 low blows in the 1st round and Anthony Garrett crumples to the mat in the fetal position and can’t continue. They ruled it unintentional so the fight is a no-contest and not a DQ. AEW should play it up as intentional though and try to salvage something from that debacle.

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Definitely, hopefully they play it up on next weeks show. 

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AEW announced that they have signed retired British boxer Anthony Ogogo. Ogogo won a bronze medal in the Olympics and was 11-1 as a pro. Ogogo was a bit of a B-level celebrity in England and appeared on the British versions of Big Brother and Dancing With the Stars.

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Jon Moxley cut a great intense in-ring promo last night, but they’ve only let him and Jericho do an unscripted in-ring promo so far, and we know they can do it already. If this whole “no writers” thing is going to take off, they really need to let a few of the round guys sink or swim. They’ll never be able to talk unless they try.

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srossi wrote: Jon Moxley cut a great intense in-ring promo last night, but they’ve only let him and Jericho do an unscripted in-ring promo so far, and we know they can do it already. If this whole “no writers” thing is going to take off, they really need to let a few of the round guys sink or swim. They’ll never be able to talk unless they try.

I think Cody will be alright, but yes I would really love to see Omega and The Young Bucks really give an intense promo to see where they are at.

I was kinda distracted when it happened, but didn't Adam Page have the mic?

I have no idea how long it went.

Instead of typing it all out again, here is what I posted about the episode over at WC a couple hours ago:

I was at my Dad's place when I watched it. He hasn't watched AEW before. He wasn't much interested in it early on, but came and sat down when the women's match started  , and absolutely loved the Jericho and Cody segment.I loved the show. Damn Dustin sold that attack well.The tag division is obviously booked by The Young Bucks and I agree with others that they have to start mixing up different styles. Every tag match is GO GO GO. People are going to start becoming less interested in that type of tag match every time I think. I rarely remember anything about spot fest matches, they are all a blur to me.The Lucha Brothers though, MAN they are something special.And, the directors of the AEW show are slick...did anybody notice the three little boys (and a little girl who was hugging her Mother most of the show)front row, center of the hard camera?I have a feeling it wasn't a coincidence and was carefully planned to have them in view. It gives the illusion that there are other people besides awkward, nerdy, smart mark, twenty-something males that go to AEW cards.Well done. AEW and NWA have made me again, loyally watch wrestling each week on TV.

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Adam Page basically said one line about how he was going to do “some cowboy shit” at the PPV. It was a line that got a nice pop, but it wasn’t a full promo.

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PWInsider:

The numbers are in for the fifth night of the Wednesday Night Wars and AEW has extended their streak to 5-0. But that is probably the only good news as both shows once again saw major slippage in their audience.

AEW Dynamite on TNT did 759,000 overnight viewers, down from the 963,000 that they did last week. They were down 21% from last week and down 46% since week one.

NXT on USA was down as well as they dropped to a series low 580,000 overnight viewers, down from last week's 698,000 viewers. They were down 17% from last week and down 51% since week one, which was unopposed.

Yes they went up against Game 7 of the World Series but still, it's concening. As I said last week, we still have not found the bottom yet for the Wednesday night audience

Date NXT Audience NXT People 18-49 Rating AEW AEW People 18-49 Rating
9/18/18 1,179,000 0.43 N/A N/A
9/25/19 1,006,000 0.32 N/A N/A
10/2/19 891,000 0.32 1,409,000 0.68
10/9/19* 790,000 0.22 1,140,000 0.46
10/16/19 712,000 0.20 1,014,000 0.44
10/23/19 698,000 0.21 963,000 0.45
10/30/19 580,000 0.18 759,000 0.33

*Note: On 10/9/19 AEW did 1,018,000 viewers on TNT and 122,000 on TruTV due to being simulcast because of the MLB playoffs.

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Oh my God, I'm starting to lose a lot of respect for Meltzer and Alvarez over this AEW love fest.


I am listening the WOR right now and they are talking about last night's show and could they not find ANYTHING good to say about NXT. Everything is glowing about AEW, even the shit women's matches they have, but it is nothing but criticism for NXT.


It's getting worse with Dave. I guess he is "All In" on his bias with AEW and doesn't even care anymore whether people hear it or not.

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Wednesday Night War Week 5:

AEW - 822,000 viewers, up 70,000 from last week
NXT - 813,000 viewers, up 260,000 from last week

No World Series competition and a weak season of Survivor on CBS really helped the ratings last night.

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Portalesman wrote: Is there a slave gimmick with slave chains in AEW or NXT?
In AEW, Chris Jericho has made Jack Swagger his slave.


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Portalesman wrote: Is there a slave gimmick with slave chains in AEW or NXT?
In NXT they are all slaves to Vince.

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Portalesman wrote: Is there a slave gimmick with slave chains in AEW or NXT?I think there is a darkie bob chain slave deal on AEW or NXT?

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broke wrote: NXT Wimmens > AEW Wimmens
This is clearly true. 

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srossi wrote: broke wrote: NXT Wimmens > AEW Wimmens
This is clearly true. 
 No argument here.

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I loved the brawl at the end of Dynamite this week involving everyone on the PPV. Everyone is in an inter-connected feud like the old days of the NWA and everything ties together, which is also a great way to have mid-carders and main eventers side-by-side. In WWE, everything exists in a silo and no one ever seems to interact outside of the one feud of the month.  There’s also no comparison between crowd reactions. Raw sounds like a funeral compared to Dynamite. 

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srossi wrote: I loved the brawl at the end of Dynamite this week involving everyone on the PPV. Everyone is in an inter-connected feud like the old days of the NWA and everything ties together, which is also a great way to have mid-carders and main eventers side-by-side. In WWE, everything exists in a silo and no one ever seems to interact outside of the one feud of the month.  There’s also no comparison between crowd reactions. Raw sounds like a funeral compared to Dynamite. 

Completely agree. I also like the way that AEW have managed to make the PPV as special as a PPV can be in 2019 (personally I think PPV wrestling's time is coming to an end). We have rarely seen the top guys meet each other in the ring, and then only fleetingly in tag matches.

The Inner Circle vignette was brilliant. It was laugh-out-loud funny, but it also fed into the story that Jericho isn't taking this seriously and Cody is. The line about Jericho being, at 48, the youngest ever AEW champion was classic.

It's bad form to criticise this or NXT at the moment. Not only are they the best wrestling on TV/interwebs at the moment, but they are both essential viewing. But, this being the interwebs, here are my criticisms of AEW at the moment:

I have no problem at all with Riho as the women's champion. She fits right into the mid-set of AEW and most of their fans. I think this is a new evolution of wrestling I Understand why older fans may not like it. I think they are going with the idea that, if the fans know that wrestling is a performance (fake if you want) then they can present a different product. No need for selling or old-school psychology, they are just there to entertain the fans with crazy moves, bizarre comedy, and whatever else they want. If you are complaining that Riho is too small to be believable as champ, this isn't the wrestling show for you. Witness the crowd's reaction to Orange Cassidy's kicks to PAC on Wednesday, they loved it, so it works for a lot of people not named James E. Cornette. Having said that, the women's division is weak. Britt Baker is doctor, a dentist. OK... so what? I'm not getting the Freddie Mercury gimmick. When I first saw Emi Sakura in AEW, I thought she was going to be different people for each show, which would have been cool, but this is just weird, and she struggles to get the fans into her "We Will Rock You" gimmick. But, whatever, it's a lower mid-card title at the moment.

I enjoyed the tag team tournament, but the Young Bucks vs LAX seems more important than the tag title match tomorrow night, which isn't how it should be. Private Party, while they can pull off some decent aerial offence, just aren't very good wrestlers yet. They need more training and practice.

Hangman Page is boring. I just don't see anything in him. They need to develop his character a lot, because, amongst all the great talent in AEW, his in-ring work doesn't stand out, and he's getting lost in the shuffle.

Shawn Spears is a very lucky man. He is bang average, and there's no way that AEW would sign him today. It was a good news story at the time, but the only thing about Tye Dillinger that was over was his "10" gimmick. He peaked during his Royal Rumble debut entrance, but there is nothing once you look past that.  

But this is all just me just me splitting hairs. AEW is four stars or better every week, and is light years ahead of Raw and Smackdown, a lot due to the fact that the guys are clearly having fun out there. I don't think Seth Rollins has had fun in a wrestling ring for about five years.

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Agree with all of the above except I like Hangman. Jericho vignette was gold and we got a Virgil cameo! The best part were the close-ups of Hager saying nothing (and he never should). This is easily Jericho’s best work since the Shawn Michaels feud many years ago. He did not look great in NJPW but he’s doing much better now. 

The most important thing is that everyone in AEW is clearly having the time of the lives and no one seems scared. On Raw, everyone is terrified. If you don’t think so, listen to a promo by anyone currently under contract and then listen to a promo when any of the legends come back. The legends just talk. The current WWE guys are scared to death of saying one word wrong. In AEW without scripts to memorize or Vince to chew them out backstage, they’re just hitting it out of the park on every promo. But they still need to give more mic time to much of the roster because the guys killing it on the mic of all the veterans who have been dying for years for a chance to cut unscripted promos. Can the kids do it?

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AEW is doing a better booking job than the WWE right now and comes off as something fresh and new, with good reason since it has only been on the air for a month or so. The promotion also has the WWF 1998-2000 thing going in which the promotion is so hot and the top guys and angles are so over that it creates a wave that sweeps the entire promotion forward. There was plenty of underneath stuff in the WWF from 1998 to 2000 that today wouldn't stand a chance but back then fans ate up and of which they now have cherished memories, because the Austin/Rock/McMahon show was on fire and it took everything else for the ride. AEW is now in that spot. Everything is over and they're riding the wave.

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FWIW, despite one having blond hair, the other with dark hair, Orange (Pockets) Cassidy and Niners coach Kyle Shanahan look like twin brothers from different mothers.

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I just want to point out that when Cassidy hit his comedy kicks on PAC, PAC just stood there (I’ve never seen anyone in AEW sell them) and then blasted Cassidy with a brutally stiff kick that Cassidy sold like it killed him. Why Cornette would have a problem with shit like this I have no idea other than the fact that he’s an overly serious cunt who forgets that he’s participated in dozens of embarrassing and business-exposing moments over the past few decades that eclipse anything that Cassidy could ever dream of. 

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I thought the Pac-Cassidy spot was great, myself. One of the highlights of the night and the crowd absolutely ate it up!

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Heenan Fan wrote: I thought the Pac-Cassidy spot was great, myself. One of the highlights of the night and the crowd absolutely ate it up!

I loved seeing his head kicked off too, but I ask, where does this whole Orange Cassidy thing go?

How many more times can he just do this same deal before the novelty wears off?

I never heard of him before he started showing up on the All Elite ppvs and TV. Is this all he has?

I have attempted to to watch two of his indie matches on YouTube and once you get past the kick and chop spot he has nothing much going on. He's nothing special in the ring and besides his bread and butter spot he really doesn't show me too much charisma. Now granted I love watching him make a fool of himself and seeing guys like PAC destroy him, but I fear he doesn't have much of a future.

And WOW NXT really got a bump this week after the SD angle didn't they?
I was even impressed with AEW getting the increase they did after consistently losing viewers each week. I am looking forward to their ppv tomorrow night.

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Cassidy does full matches including insane high spots like this. It has to be sent to be believed. The athletic ability it takes to do the spots he does the way he does them is beyond anything I’ve ever seen. Give it a chance. He’s just being introduced.

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I agree with you on Orange Cassidy. They need to give the character more depth. Maybe a backstory that he's not all there because of a car accident with head trauma, or he's mentally ill? Otherwise, like you said, he has a short shelf life.

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srossi wrote: Cassidy does full matches including insane high spots like this. It has to be sent to be believed. The athletic ability it takes to do the spots he does the way he does them is beyond anything I’ve ever seen. Give it a chance. He’s just being introduced.His dive wearing tight jeans with his hands in his pockets is one of the most impressive things I've seen in a wrestling ring since Sensational Sherri Martel perfectly ran the ropes and took Hogan's big boot - while wearing high heels. I can't see how broads even walk around in those things, let alone run the ropes.

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My AEW criticism of the week would be how come Tully Blanchard and MJF never cut promos? Ridiculous.

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Cassidy does full matches including insane high spots like this. It has to be sent to be believed. The athletic ability it takes to do the spots he does the way he does them is beyond anything I’ve ever seen. Give it a chance. He’s just being introduced.His dive wearing tight jeans with his hands in his pockets is one of the most impressive things I've seen in a wrestling ring since Sensational Sherri Martel perfectly ran the ropes and took Hogan's big boot - while wearing high heels. I can't see how broads even walk around in those things, let alone run the ropes.

If you like the Chikara-style comedy wrestling, there's a very funny match between Orange Cassidy and Jervis Cottonbelly on YouTube.



There are strong rumours that Cassidy was Fire Ant in Chikara. If that is true, he's an above average wrestler, which I guess you need to be to do what he does.

The Cassidy gimmick is that he's just extremely lazy. They could work an angle where he eventually is forced or given a reason to fight, maybe the Best Friends will really need his help one day. It's a very slow burn, which is fine by me.

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srossi wrote: I just want to point out that when Cassidy hit his comedy kicks on PAC, PAC just stood there (I’ve never seen anyone in AEW sell them) and then blasted Cassidy with a brutally stiff kick that Cassidy sold like it killed him. Why Cornette would have a problem with shit like this I have no idea other than the fact that he’s an overly serious cunt who forgets that he’s participated in dozens of embarrassing and business-exposing moments over the past few decades that eclipse anything that Cassidy could ever dream of. I just want to point out that it’s all fake phony bullshit Rossi. Being legit pissed about what someone else who has previously been involved in fake phony bullshit thinks of current fake phony bullshit is fucking SILLY. And taking fake phony bullshit wrestling characters/personas seriously is even sillier. PAC is a fake phony bullshit character. Orange Cassidy is a fake phony bullshit character. Jim Cornette is a fake phony bullshit character. 

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Vintage Wrestling wrote: srossi wrote: I just want to point out that when Cassidy hit his comedy kicks on PAC, PAC just stood there (I’ve never seen anyone in AEW sell them) and then blasted Cassidy with a brutally stiff kick that Cassidy sold like it killed him. Why Cornette would have a problem with shit like this I have no idea other than the fact that he’s an overly serious cunt who forgets that he’s participated in dozens of embarrassing and business-exposing moments over the past few decades that eclipse anything that Cassidy could ever dream of. I just want to point out that it’s all fake phony bullshit Rossi. Being legit pissed about what someone else who has previously been involved in fake phony bullshit thinks of current fake phony bullshit is fucking SILLY. And taking fake phony bullshit wrestling characters/personas seriously is even sillier. PAC is a fake phony bullshit character. Orange Cassidy is a fake phony bullshit character. Jim Cornette is a fake phony bullshit character. 
So you think I’m taking it seriously based on a few message board posts but Cornette isn’t when he dedicates his whole life to this?  I don’t fucking care. 

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AEW's return to pay-per-view for Full Gear at Baltimore's State Farm Arena felt, in many ways, like "another AEW effort." That is, until the final two matches of the night brought a unique approach that only AEW can truly deliver with a lack of the restrictions imposed on WWE efforts and the elite level talents on the All Elite Wrestling roster.

Cody came up short in a war with AEW champion Chris Jericho, suffering the humiliation of MJF not only throwing in the towel as Jericho locked in the Lion Tamer but also seeing his best friend turn on him with a low blow after the conclusion of the match. In the main event "lights out" match between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley, seemingly every variety of weapon was brought into play before Moxley finally got the win over Omega in a violent, blood-filled battle to settle their months-old issues.

Britt Baker def. Bea Priestly via submission: This was, while still shaky at times, Baker's best showing in AEW in large part due to the efforts of Priestley. Baker went for Lockjaw early but couldn't quite lock it in. Priestly hit some big, flashy spots before Baker was finally able to get Lockjaw clinched for the tap. After the match, Brandi Rhodes and Awesome Kong came out and attacked Priestley. The duo cut off a chunk of Priestley's hair after a brief attack and walked off. Grade: C

Santana & Ortiz def. The Young Bucks via pinfall: Chaos reigned from the opening bell with all four men going at it in and out of the ring before settling back into a standard tag match. In an early highlight, Santana and Ortiz locked both Jacksons up in a combination Boston Crab, Gory Special and Camel Clutch. The Bucks spent a lot of the match attacking the non-legal man to keep things flowing in their direction, which eventually backfired when Nick missed a kick and hit the ring post. He would sell the leg injury from kicking the post the rest of the match, including crashing to the canvas while trying to hit the springboard for the Meltzer Driver down the finishing stretch. Santana blew his nose at the Rock 'n' Roll Express, who were seated ringside, calling back to Proud -n- Powerful's power bombing Ricky Morton through the stage on Dynamite. Santana & Ortiz hit the Street Sweeper on Nick to get the victory. A more traditional tag match than some may have expected between the two, but still good, technical action.

Following the match, Sammy Guevara came to the ring to celebrate and join in the beatdown on the Jacksons. As they were about to use a sock full of baseballs, The Express ran in to make the save with Morton hitting a Destroyer and a suicide dive. Grade: B

Adam "Hangman" Page def. PAC via pinfall: There was some nasty, physical action in this one. Page hit a big suicide dive early on but the tables turned when PAC whipped him in the face using the ring ropes. Page hit a huge moonsault dive to the outside but Page came back with a brainbuster on the chair on the outside. The match became a series of high-impact moves from both men, including a top rope fallaway slam from Page into a reverse German suplex from PAC right into a powerbomb from Page. As Page tried to lock in the Deadeye, PAC countered into the Brutalizer. Page escaped the hold, PAC missed the Black Arrow and Page drilled him with a forearm and clothesline before hitting PAC with Deadeye for the win. Grade: B

Shawn Spears def. Joey Janela via pinfall: Janela came out hard, attacking Spears before even removing his jacket. Spears caught Janela as he tried a cross body to the outside, turning it into a powerslam. Spears tied Janela's hair to the corner tag rope, forcing Janela to rip a chunk of hair out to escape after briefly taking a beating. Janela took several big spills in the match, even when getting his offense in which included a flipping senton dive from the top rope. Spears hit the C-4 death valley driver after using an exposed turnbuckle and a spike piledriver with the help of Tully Blanchard to get the victory. A slight step down from the previous two matches, but still quality stuff. Grade: B-

AEW Tag Team Championship -- SCU (c) def. Private Party & Lucha Bros. via pinfall to retain the titles: The early part of the match was surprisingly clunky, with spots not quite going off smoothly. Once the action settled down, the action smoothed out into the kind of constant action fans would expect from these six men. That action included the kind of dive-after-dive spot necessary in a match featuring an impressive collection of high fliers. Private Party had a good near fall after Marq Quen hit a 450 splash. Moments after Kazarian kicked out, they hit Isiah Kassidy with the SCU Later for the victory. Lucha Bros went on the attack after the match, and as Pentagon was about to hit a package piledriver on the chair, the lights went out. When they came back, Christopher Daniels attacked the Lucha Bros and ran them off while dressed like Pentagon. Grade: B-

AEW Women's Championship -- Riho def. Emi Sakura via pinfall to retain the title: Teacher vs. student. Speed vs. Power. All the things you'd expect from a match between these two, with Riho looking to outpace the older, larger Sakura. At this point in the show, the dead crowd is starting to affect the way matches are coming across on the broadcast. Sakura hit a vicious cross body on Riho in the corner. Sakura also turned up her heel work as the match went on, raking the back and mocking referee Bryce Remsburg for intervening. Riho came back after a flurry of big moves and quick pinfall attempts by Sakura to hit a tilt-a-whirl into a pin to retain her championship. Good stuff from both women in a very solid showcase for the champion. Grade: B+

AEW World Championship -- Chris Jericho (c) def. Cody via corner stoppage to retain the title: Arn Anderson, Dean Malenko and The Great Muta were judges for the match, set to determine a winner should the match reach the 60-minute time limit. MJF was in Cody's corner while Jericho was seconded by Jake Hager. The match started with a slow pace, teasing the men would go the distance. Rhodes was busted open early after missing a dive and hitting his face on the entrance ramp. Cody also sold a rib injury from the dive as Jericho alternated focus between the cut over Cody's eye and attacking the ribs. Cody's mom got involved at ringside, yelling "f--k you" in Jericho's face as he taunted her. The distraction was enough for Cody to take over on offense and attack with a figure four. Hager got involved, landing a pair of right hands on Cody before he was ejected from ringside. In retaliation, he attacked MJF, tossing him into the guardrail. Using the distraction, Jericho laid out Cody with the championship belt. Cody was able to kick out. Cody countered the Judas Effect into Cross Rhodes, but the champ kicked out on the near fall. Jericho eventually removed his weight belt and whipped Cody several times. Cody escaped from the Liontamer once, but when it was locked in the second time, including a few stomps to the head, MJF threw in the towel to save Cody, giving Jericho the win after a tremendous effort from both men. After the match, an emotional MJF apologized to Cody before hitting him with a low blow before walking off. Grade: A-

Unsanctioned, Lights Out Match -- Jon Moxley def. Kenny Omega via pinfall: This was not a wrestling match, it was a brawl featuring spots you'd expect from a death match card. Moxley opened up fast, blasting Omega with punches. Omega fired right back with shots of his own. They were quick to move the brawl out to the crowd, with Omega landing a flying stomp to a trash can on Moxley's abdomen. When the action returned to the ring, Moxley grabbed the barbed wire bat from under the ring, using it on the back of Omega and drawing blood. Moxley also raked Omega's arm with the bat to escape a snap dragon suplex. Omega came back with a piledriver on a trash can before grabbing -- and then throwing away -- the bat. He then left the ring to retrieve a table and the barbed wire broom, hitting Moxley in the head with it and drawing significant blood from the neck and back of Moxley.

After the barbed wire assault left Moxley bleeding from the side of his face, Omega grabbed a board covered with mousetraps. The plan backfired as Omega was slammed on the board. Moxley brought out chains, slamming Omega on them repeatedly before placing one in the mouth of Moxley and wrenching back with a submission. After Moxley brought an ice pick into the ring, Omega fought back, eventually hanging Moxley from the side of the ring by the neck using the chain. Omega then brought out a bag of broken glass from the table Moxley had driven him through weeks ago. Omega hit a powerbomb into the glass but still couldn't get a pin. Moxley then had to crawl through broken glass to escape a Sharpshooter. After using the ice pick on the forehead of Moxley, Omega called out The Young Bucks and Adam Page, demanding they bring out a net of barbed wire. Moxley suplexed Omega into the barbed wire, with both men landing in the netting. After they were assisted out, Omega hit a V-Trigger through the Full Gear set. They ended up back in the ring, with Moxley hitting the Paradigm Shift in the glass, but again finding himself unable to get the pin. Moxley then cut away the padding on the ring apron. Omega missed a Phoenix Splash, landing on the exposed wood. Moxley followed up with a Paradigm Shift to get the pinfall. A spot fest, pure and simple, but one that paid off a lengthy program between Moxley and Omega. Grade: A-

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How long is Luchasaurus out with his injury?

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carpetbeggar wrote: How long is Luchasaurus out with his injury?

Welp, I guess I was a couple minutes premature. lol He's out there kicking ass right now.

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My wife is laughing at this MJF - Chris Jericho Promo

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Principal_Raditch wrote: My wife is laughing at this MJF - Chris Jericho Promo
That was phenomenal. Best promo segment of the year, surpassing only a previous Jericho promo in AEW. MJF is a star. 

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That was a really fun show. One of the best episodes of AEW top to bottom with some different names getting a chance to be highlighted.

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I did not like the Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega PPV match. It went too long and that kind of garbage wrestling does not appeal to me. I also feel like they went to the gimmick match too soon and leave themselves nowhere to go with this feud from here, assuming it goes on.

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tamalie wrote: I did not like the Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega PPV match. It went too long and that kind of garbage wrestling does not appeal to me. I also feel like they went to the gimmick match too soon and leave themselves nowhere to go with this feud from here, assuming it goes on.

They been feuding for 5 months now....where else can they go

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tamalie wrote: I did not like the Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega PPV match. It went too long and that kind of garbage wrestling does not appeal to me. I also feel like they went to the gimmick match too soon and leave themselves nowhere to go with this feud from here, assuming it goes on.

I agree. Moxley is really killing it right now with his new attitude, but I think he needs to get away from that garbage style. It seems like every match he's had since leaving WWE he has had a table spot (and not announce table, which I would be okay with). I hate when guys get in a match and start looking under the apron for tables, ladders and other garbage.

There is just something off with the overall psychology of how he is putting his matches and angles together. It was the same thing with the last ppv match he had with Joey Janela. That style of match has been played out for almost 20 years. He should just stick to the rough and tumble, Stan Hansen, Vader, Bruiser Brody, Steve Austin shtick. A chair, announce/timekeepers table and ring bell should be enough. Leave that "outlaw mud show" garbage shit to Ian Rotten and company in Bumblefuck, Indiana. :-))

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Everything I’ve heard is that Moxley is basically booking himself and just really, really wants to get back to the crazy shit he did in CZW and even top it. This is what he’s been craving for years and now he’s free to do it. He wanted Lesnar to do some of this shit with him at WM to make that a memorable match and Lesnar had no interest in doing anything but the bare minimum even if it was Moxley taking the bumps. This is just his mindset and why he left WWE. He’s not the guy who’s going to take his money and be happy. He’s a different kind of guy. Reading Renee Young’s tweets during his matches is a little fun and a little sad because she’s totally freaking out and everyone knows he’s putting his quality of life in jeopardy when he doesn’t need to in order to get over.

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I loved the MJF promo this week. Phenomenal. Not a fan of the little boy and the tranny though. I think Jericho is gaining 5 pounds every week. 

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srossi wrote: Everything I’ve heard is that Moxley is basically booking himself and just really, really wants to get back to the crazy shit he did in CZW and even top it. This is what he’s been craving for years and now he’s free to do it. He wanted Lesnar to do some of this shit with him at WM to make that a memorable match and Lesnar had no interest in doing anything but the bare minimum even if it was Moxley taking the bumps. This is just his mindset and why he left WWE. He’s not the guy who’s going to take his money and be happy. He’s a different kind of guy. Reading Renee Young’s tweets during his matches is a little fun and a little sad because she’s totally freaking out and everyone knows he’s putting his quality of life in jeopardy when he doesn’t need to in order to get over.

The problem I have with all that is if Moxley was concerned with the money anymore and all that nonesense why didn't he go work for CZW, Ian Rotten(joking), Big Japan, or some wrestling company that specializes in garbage wrestling. We'll see how hardcore he is.

If she was that concerned during his matches, why is she tweeting during them?(again just joking). I don't blame her for freaking out, she probably doesn't want her husband looking like a burn victim and talking and drooling like a dummy five years after leaving the WWE.

The more AEW keeps going, the more I think Tony Khan is a bigger mark than I thought. I'm liking AEW now, but I'm concerned for the future if he starts letting the inmates run the asylum too much.

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carpetbeggar wrote: srossi wrote: Everything I’ve heard is that Moxley is basically booking himself and just really, really wants to get back to the crazy shit he did in CZW and even top it. This is what he’s been craving for years and now he’s free to do it. He wanted Lesnar to do some of this shit with him at WM to make that a memorable match and Lesnar had no interest in doing anything but the bare minimum even if it was Moxley taking the bumps. This is just his mindset and why he left WWE. He’s not the guy who’s going to take his money and be happy. He’s a different kind of guy. Reading Renee Young’s tweets during his matches is a little fun and a little sad because she’s totally freaking out and everyone knows he’s putting his quality of life in jeopardy when he doesn’t need to in order to get over.

The problem I have with all that is if Moxley was concerned with the money anymore and all that nonesense why didn't he go work for CZW, Ian Rotten(joking), Big Japan, or some wrestling company that specializes in garbage wrestling. We'll see how hardcore he is.


If you want to do garbage wrestling, AEW is the best place to do it. You get paid, the crowd is big, you get a week until your next match, and you only have to do one garbage match a month at the very, very most. It's not like he's Jun Kasai doing the most grotesque matches for 20 years and looking like a carnival freak, or wrestling for CZW in a field in Deleware where there are more people on the card than in the crowd.

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Kriss wrote: carpetbeggar wrote: srossi wrote: Everything I’ve heard is that Moxley is basically booking himself and just really, really wants to get back to the crazy shit he did in CZW and even top it. This is what he’s been craving for years and now he’s free to do it. He wanted Lesnar to do some of this shit with him at WM to make that a memorable match and Lesnar had no interest in doing anything but the bare minimum even if it was Moxley taking the bumps. This is just his mindset and why he left WWE. He’s not the guy who’s going to take his money and be happy. He’s a different kind of guy. Reading Renee Young’s tweets during his matches is a little fun and a little sad because she’s totally freaking out and everyone knows he’s putting his quality of life in jeopardy when he doesn’t need to in order to get over.

The problem I have with all that is if Moxley was concerned with the money anymore and all that nonesense why didn't he go work for CZW, Ian Rotten(joking), Big Japan, or some wrestling company that specializes in garbage wrestling. We'll see how hardcore he is.


If you want to do garbage wrestling, AEW is the best place to do it. You get paid, the crowd is big, you get a week until your next match, and you only have to do one garbage match a month at the very, very most. It's not like he's Jun Kasai doing the most grotesque matches for 20 years and looking like a carnival freak, or wrestling for CZW in a field in Deleware where there are more people on the card than in the crowd.


I agree, I was just referencing what rossi said he heard about Moxley wanting to top the crazy shit he did back in CZW.

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AEW: 957,000 this week, big rise from the 822,000 last week

NXT: 750,000, down from last week's 813,000

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Heenan Fan wrote: AEW: 957,000 this week, big rise from the 822,000 last week

NXT: 750,000, down from last week's 813,000

Very good number for AEW and those viewers got to see a good show. 

I wonder how many WWE fans are just choosing to continue to watch NXT on WWE Network on delay rather than on USA live. The NXT numbers on USA are actually really disappointing, and those numbers are with WWE crossover and Survivor Series build. 

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In 2019, I don't think people are choosing which show to watch, but just how and when. Going head to head was not the best move. NXT is much easier to watch at your leisure, so more people will watch AEW live. If they weren't going head to head, both shows would be drawing 1.5M.

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AEW Announces Nine-Day “Bash at the Beach” Fan Extravaganza

-- Two Dynamite shows on Land & Sea Plus Nine Outrageous Days of Wrestling, Special Events, Live Music and Non-Stop Action from Miami to the Bahamas --

MIAMI, FL (Nov. 18, 2019) -- AEW today announced “Bash at the Beach,” an unprecedented, nine-day experience for superfans that features two Dynamite shows, a cruise onboard Chris Jericho’s tricked-out party ship, and non-stop entertainment in between.

The adventure begins on Wednesday, Jan. 15, when AEW Dynamite takes over the Watsco Center at the University of Miami for a Bash at the Beach themed episode, and continues with Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea, sailing round-trip from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas, on Jan. 20-24.

High-octane bouts with the biggest names from AEW will be filmed from Jericho’s sold-out Norwegian Pearl ship, including the Jan. 22 episode of Dynamite on TNT. The history-making event will be bubbling with exclusive opportunities to meet AEW’s star-studded roster, as well as non-stop wrestling, rock ‘n’ roll, live podcasts, paranormal explorations, talent-hosted activities, autograph sessions, parties and more.

“AEW’s Bash at the Beach events will deliver nine unforgettable days of wrestling and much more from the hottest company in the business today,” said Chris Jericho. “Thousands of the Friends Of Jericho onboard the SOLD OUT ‘Rock N Wrestling Rager At Sea’ will have the experience of their lives, and now millions more will be able to watch AEW Dynamite along with us, as we break out the bubbly together from Miami to the Bahamas.”

Tickets for the Jan. 15 Bash at the Beach show in Miami go on sale this Friday, Nov. 22, at noon ET. Tickets for the show will be available for purchase exclusively at http://www.AEWTIX.com. For your chance to join the party at sea, sign up for the waitlist at http://www.chrisjerichocruise.com.

About AEW AEW is a new professional wrestling promotion headlined by members of The Elite (Cody & Brandi Rhodes, Matt & Nick Jackson, Kenny Omega and Hangman Page) and Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley. For the first time in many years, AEW is offering an alternative to mainstream wrestling, with a growing roster of world-class male and female wrestlers who are poised to bring new spirit, freshness and energy to the industry. The inaugural event under the AEW banner was DOUBLE OR NOTHING in Las Vegas, followed by FYTER FEST in Daytona Beach, FIGHT FOR THE FALLEN in Jacksonville, ALL OUT in Chicago, and FULL GEAR in Baltimore. AEW is broadcasting two-hour weekly shows on TNT (U.S.) on Wednesdays from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. The action-packed matches take place in different cities across the nation each Wednesday. For more info, check out @AEWrestling (Twitter), @AllEliteWrestling (Instagram), /AllEliteWrestling (FB), AllEliteWrestling (YouTube).

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I think I'll pass on that nine day sausage party.


Could you imagine being stuck on a ship with those AEW, smart mark cretins for that long?

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If Brandi's friends are half as hot as she is, I'm in. No pun(s) intended.

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Did Britt Baker just flat-back bump herself and put herself into pinning position?

Someone needs to have a talk with Omega and convince him that this women's division that he supposedly has a hand in booking just ain't working out.

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carpetbeggar wrote: Did Britt Baker just flat-back bump herself and put herself into pinning position?

Someone needs to have a talk with Omega and convince him that this women's division that he supposedly has a hand in booking just ain't working out.

The women are a huge weakness in AEW. WWE has all the good ones except for Tessa Blanchard. Let’s face it, there’s not as many females out there who can do this at a high level and WWE has the monopoly on them. ROH is facing the same problem. MLW is about to start a women’s division and there’s literally no good ones left. Other companies need to take a step back and let WWE have this one. But if they try to, the SJWs will target them. 

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I thought that Dark Order vignette would have been funnier if those two guys had of stripped that fat guy in the subway down, whipped him with a belt and then poured honey and chicken feathers all over him. That would definitely give the show that Mid-South vibe that Tony Khan is looking for.

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srossi wrote: carpetbeggar wrote: Did Britt Baker just flat-back bump herself and put herself into pinning position?

Someone needs to have a talk with Omega and convince him that this women's division that he supposedly has a hand in booking just ain't working out.

The women are a huge weakness in AEW. WWE has all the good ones except for Tessa Blanchard. Let’s face it, there’s not as many females out there who can do this at a high level and WWE has the monopoly on them. ROH is facing the same problem. MLW is about to start a women’s division and there’s literally no good ones left. Other companies need to take a step back and let WWE have this one. But if they try to, the SJWs will target them. 

They need to find a way to hide their weaknesses as much as they can if they are going to put them on their show. They have Awesome Kong, use her.

Oh cool, Bart Gunn  is in the Battle Royal. *edit** I mean Billy Gunn

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Oh lord...Outlaw Mud Show time.


Billy Gunn is playing the Andre role in this. He is so much bigger than all the rest.

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Lots of empty seats this week. Attendance seems to be dwindling.

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Vintage Wrestling wrote: Lots of empty seats this week. Attendance seems to be dwindling.
I don't know, that shot they just showed behind Tony and J.R. looked like it was pretty full.

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carpetbeggar wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: Lots of empty seats this week. Attendance seems to be dwindling.
I don't know, that shot they just showed behind Tony and J.R. looked like it was pretty full.
Lots of empty seats on the upper levels. There have also been reports of full sections behind the hard camera being tarped off. As I type this, they just came back from break and they had the camera on half of the arena. 

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Vintage Wrestling wrote: Lots of empty seats this week. Attendance seems to be dwindling.

The cost doesn't help. I just did a quick look. Most of these shows the tickets bottom out at 55 to 75. 

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Principal_Raditch wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: Lots of empty seats this week. Attendance seems to be dwindling.

The cost doesn't help. I just did a quick look. Most of these shows the tickets bottom out at 55 to 75. 

Wow. That’s ridiculous. 

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Oh yeah I just saw a different shot now with a huge section empty.

Well,I guess it had to be expected. Didn't they start with a 1.5 million viewers and now are around 900,000?

If all those people were interested in checking the promotion out when it debuted, why didn't they stay?

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carpetbeggar wrote: Oh yeah I just saw a different shot now with a huge section empty.

Well,I guess it had to be expected. Didn't they start with a 1.5 million viewers and now are around 900,000?

If all those people were interested in checking the promotion out when it debuted, why didn't they stay?

Perhaps people noticed that every flippy floppy match is the same, then they seen the women’s division, luchasaurus, jungle boy, Marko Stunt, Sunny Kiss, Peter Avalon, Orange Cassidy, Hands Omega, etc. 

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Chris Jericho hit it out of the park with another tremendous promo and Scorpio Sky did a great job too.

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srossi wrote: Chris Jericho hit it out of the park with another tremendous promo and Scorpio Sky did a great job too.Yeah, that was f'n cool, despite what Melanie Parsons might think. I do love big butts though.

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Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Chris Jericho hit it out of the park with another tremendous promo and Scorpio Sky did a great job too.Yeah, that was f'n cool, despite what Melanie Parsons might think. I do love big butts though.
I would totally do Melanie Parsons. 

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LAX and Private Party having the Matt Travis tribute match. Very classy.

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I liked Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gaining 5-7 pounds each week.

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srossi wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: srossi wrote: Chris Jericho hit it out of the park with another tremendous promo and Scorpio Sky did a great job too.Yeah, that was f'n cool, despite what Melanie Parsons might think. I do love big butts though.
I would totally do Melanie Parsons. 
Aaaaaaaaaah, yeah! Big butted white girl, I'd lick that shit upside down and all around in the 69 posistion.

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Vintage Wrestling wrote: I liked Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gaining 5-7 pounds each day.Fixed

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Billy Gunn made this roster look like children.

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And amateurs

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Starting to think my two month wrestling resurgence is about done.

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That Moxley vs. Allin match was great

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Superstar wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: I liked Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gaining 5-7 pounds each day.FixedI liked Chris Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gainining 5-7 thousand dollars each day. Fixed, ass clownns!

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Quattro wrote: Starting to think my two month wrestling resurgence is about done.

Yeah, I'm kinda heading that way myself.

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Heenan Fan wrote: Superstar wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: I liked Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gaining 5-7 pounds each day.FixedI liked Chris Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gainining 5-7 thousand dollars each day. Fixed, ass clownns!
Yeah that is a good salary for talking for 5 minutes a week and having mediocre matches once in a while. That’s a lot of spare time available to get in shape and look like someone who is one of the top figures in a wrestling company. 

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I know a lot of people (including myself) give Meltzer a hard time about his biased narrative concerning AEW, but he has nothing on Bryan Alverez. Dear lord it is pathetic listening to him and Dave on WOR recapping Wednesday night. I know Alvarez isn't much of a "reporter", "journalist" or whatever he wants to pass himself off, but he is a very good wingman for Dave on the audio shows they do. He has a good radio voice and at times can be very entertaining to listen to, but lately he has been just really bad. AEW can do no wrong with him. Even if something was unarguably bad, at least with Dave he will be critical of it, but Bryan just makes excuse after excuse for that company.

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carpetbeggar wrote: I know a lot of people (including myself) give Meltzer a hard time about his biased narrative concerning AEW, but he has nothing on Bryan Alverez. Dear lord it is pathetic listening to him and Dave on WOR recapping Wednesday night. I know Alvarez isn't much of a "reporter", "journalist" or whatever he wants to pass himself off, but he is a very good wingman for Dave on the audio shows they do. He has a good radio voice and at times can be very entertaining to listen to, but lately he has been just really bad. AEW can do no wrong with him. Even if something was unarguably bad, at least with Dave he will be critical of it, but Bryan just makes excuse after excuse for that company.

Maybe after years of having to watch years and years of shitty WWE shows, he's just happy that he's watching a weekly show that he enjoys now. You don't enjoy, but the world would be boring if we all liked the same stuff.

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Kriss wrote: carpetbeggar wrote: I know a lot of people (including myself) give Meltzer a hard time about his biased narrative concerning AEW, but he has nothing on Bryan Alverez. Dear lord it is pathetic listening to him and Dave on WOR recapping Wednesday night. I know Alvarez isn't much of a "reporter", "journalist" or whatever he wants to pass himself off, but he is a very good wingman for Dave on the audio shows they do. He has a good radio voice and at times can be very entertaining to listen to, but lately he has been just really bad. AEW can do no wrong with him. Even if something was unarguably bad, at least with Dave he will be critical of it, but Bryan just makes excuse after excuse for that company.

Maybe after years of having to watch years and years of shitty WWE shows, he's just happy that he's watching a weekly show that he enjoys now. You don't enjoy, but the world would be boring if we all liked the same stuff.

I haven't seen anything cringe-worthy in AEW so far that needs to be bashed that hard.  It is what it is.  You either like the flippy-floppy wrestling or you don't.  The promos have been fantastic, the character development is starting to get there, and the matches are mostly good if you like that style.  If Alvarez really likes those types of matches, I don't know what you want him to knock. 

I think last night's NXT was a better episode for the first time since they've gone head-to-head because I will take what The Revival and Fish & O'Reilly did over Darby Allin stuff any day of the week, but there's never been anything to date in AEW that makes me groan.

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PWInsider:

The numbers are in for the eighth night of the Wednesday Night Wars and finally, AEW's winning streak has ended.

For the first time, NXT beat AEW in overall viewership, while AEW had a higher number in the 18-49 demographic.

AEW Dynamite on TNT did 893,000 overnight viewers, down from the 957,000 that they did last week.

NXT on USA did 916,000 overnight viewers, up from last week's 750,000 overnight viewers.

Looks like we have a real war on our hands.

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Meltzer has somehow turned AEW’s first loss into a victory. Lol

“If judging on who should be happier with the results, that would be AEW. To even debate that point would be foolish, but with the tribalism going on, people will try.”

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srossi wrote: Meltzer has somehow turned AEW’s first loss into a victory. Lol

“If judging on who should be happier with the results, that would be AEW. To even debate that point would be foolish, but with the tribalism going on, people will try.”


Yeah I saw that to. He does have a point though in that WWE had to throw everyone they had, including their top workers from Raw and SD on the NXT show. HHH saying back when they started that this "war" is a marathon, not a sprint clearly is not the case.

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I thought the spot with Jericho making fun of Stunt was hilarious, especially when after asking when Stunt was born and told 1996, Jericho calculating in his head how old he was, then claiming he was a kid with fake ID

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Heenan Fan wrote: Superstar wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: I liked Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gaining 5-7 pounds each day.FixedI liked Chris Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gainining 5-7 thousand dollars each day. Fixed, ass clownns!But they're Canadian dollars, Monopoly money is worth more.

BTW, fat boy is it true your blood type is poutine?

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BItterOldMan wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Superstar wrote: Vintage Wrestling wrote: I liked Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gaining 5-7 pounds each day.FixedI liked Chris Jericho making fat jokes when he himself is gainining 5-7 thousand dollars each day. Fixed, ass clownns!But they're Canadian dollars, Monopoly money is worth more.

BTW, fat boy is it true your blood type is poutine?

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Are you calling me out BOM?

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Meltzer is reporting that WWE was not happy that Billy Gunn used his WWE trademarked name while wrestling on AEW Dynamite last week. Gunn also wrestled under that name on an AEW PPV before they got TV and no one really cared, but now that there is a TV "war" they were really surprised it happened again. WWE owns the name "Billy Gunn" and has always let him use it on non-televised indies, but AEW is a different story. Meltzer says that there are no plans to pursue legal action, and the timing of any griping is bad given what happened with Britt Baker at NXT, but there's "disappointment" that Gunn and AEW are doing this.  Vince feels that he has been very good to Gunn and they mended fences and he put him in the HOF even after he left for AEW, and now he should know better.  If it continues, WWE is absolutely within their rights to take legal action.  As a preventative measure, AEW may decide to change Gunn's name, but he works there as an agent and there aren't many plans to use him as a wrestler going forward anyway except for the occasional surprise.  

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He should just use Mr. Ass - there's no way that WWE kept up the trademark for that one. And I bet that this doesn't happen again now that Cody has trademarked "Dusty Rhodes".

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They got the name "Billy Gunn" over on last week's show, just call him Billy now.. "OMG BILLY IS OUT HERE"..everyone will know who it is..

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Superstar wrote: He should just use Mr. Ass - there's no way that WWE kept up the trademark for that one. And I bet that this doesn't happen again now that Cody has trademarked "Dusty Rhodes".Cody has also registered the trademarks Bash At The Beach, Battle Bowl, Slamboree, and Super Brawl.

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Joey Janela no-showed tonight and is unhappy with the way he’s being booked. This will be AEW’s downfall if they can’t get a tighter grip on the talent. It’s walking that fine line between being domineering like Vince and being complete pussies to the point that there is no boss. Even the guys begging for a release in WWE are at every single show because they know there will be holy hell to pay if they’re not. 

“Didn’t get on my flight for @AEWrestling Dynamite tonight, I’m not going…. Nothing was addressed about the way I was eliminated from the match last week, I’m losing all the steam I created on my own through 14 years of hard work, right these wrongs and answer the phone..”

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srossi wrote: Joey Janela no-showed tonight and is unhappy with the way he’s being booked. This will be AEW’s downfall if they can’t get a tighter grip on the talent. It’s walking that fine line between being domineering like Vince and being complete pussies to the point that there is no boss. Even the guys begging for a release in WWE are at every single show because they know there will be holy hell to pay if they’re not. 

“Didn’t get on my flight for @AEWrestling Dynamite tonight, I’m not going…. Nothing was addressed about the way I was eliminated from the match last week, I’m losing all the steam I created on my own through 14 years of hard work, right these wrongs and answer the phone..”


Really curious to see where this goes; at the end of the day the boss needs to be a boss they need to be able to separate what is best for business from the employees feelings. This is already starting to sound like WCW jr. 

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Jim Ross called one of the Japanese women an “oriental” last night. Say hi to Cornette for me, JR.

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A new tag team debuted on Dynamite last night, attacking Cody Rhodes. They were identified as The Blade and The Butcher, managed by The Bunny. Bunny is Allie repackaged. Blade is her husband Braxton Sutter/Pepper Parks from Impact. Butcher is Andy Williams, the rhythm guitarist for metalcore band Every Time I Die who has been wrestling on the indies for a few years now.

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Where was Schiavone last night?

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Married Jo wrote: Where was Schiavone last night?
Calling a Georgia Bulldogs game. 

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srossi wrote: Jim Ross called one of the Japanese women an “oriental” last night. Say hi to Cornette for me, JR.

J.R. has a backbone made of wet toilet paper. He'd apologize without hesitation if he was asked.

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I just have to say that this weeks AEW episode was the most entertaining weekly wresting show since RAW in 1997...REally, it was that good imo.

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srossi wrote: Married Jo wrote: Where was Schiavone last night?
Calling a Georgia Bulldogs game. 


Whoever Marco Martinez is, he should never be allowed to speak ever again. Not just on TV, to anyone, ever. Worse than the worst of Percy Watson.

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Kriss wrote: srossi wrote: Married Jo wrote: Where was Schiavone last night?
Calling a Georgia Bulldogs game. 


Whoever Marco Martinez is, he should never be allowed to speak ever again. Not just on TV, to anyone, ever. Worse than the worst of Percy Watson.

Thank God it was just for one match. He only said 4 words but the way he was whispering them annoyed me. 

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AEW really need to do a better job of introducing unknown heels. Wardlow, The Blade, The Butcher and The Bunny. Who the fuck are these guys? Why did Excalibur know exactly who the guys under the ring were, but JR had zero clue? You can't just bring complete unknowns in and have them attack one of your main event names. Especially when the are not physically impressive at all. Two bald guys who wouldn't have looked out of place in SMW.

The opening promo was awful this week. At least the crowd were into it, but Soul Train Jones, a 15 minute opening promo and a load of US sports bullshit that went right over my head did absolutely nothing for me. I could not give two fucks about ice hockey rivalries. If I was watching live, I would have turned over to NXT to see if they were showing any wrestling. Jericho's dad is a surprisingly decent promo, though.

The second hour was very good. PAC vs Omega was the match of the night, but NXT is the better show at the moment.

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Seeing that AEW is only doing one show a week so far, are any of the bigger names (Jericho, Omega, Moxley, Bucks etc..._) working anywhere else right now?

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Principal_Raditch wrote: Seeing that AEW is only doing one show a week so far, are any of the bigger names (Jericho, Omega, Moxley, Bucks etc..._) working anywhere else right now?Moxley worked Japan right before they started the tv show, not sure if he’s gone back.  Jericho is doing a couple matches a year in Japan but I think most of his non wrestling on AEW shows time is spent in the music world.  Jericho doesn’t need the work.  Kenny Omega has been working Mexico somewhat often and is the AAA some kind of Champion, think it’s the mega belt.  I think the Bucks are working down there too, I think it’s all part of building a working relationship with them.  But honestly, I think all of the guys that you mentioned are making decent money by NOT working anywhere else.  AEW wanted some headliners, and they probably want to make the money off of them instead of other organizations.

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Kriss wrote: AEW really need to do a better job of introducing unknown heels. Wardlow, The Blade, The Butcher and The Bunny. Who the fuck are these guys? Why did Excalibur know exactly who the guys under the ring were, but JR had zero clue? You can't just bring complete unknowns in and have them attack one of your main event names. Especially when the are not physically impressive at all. Two bald guys who wouldn't have looked out of place in SMW

I agree. What the hell is from with Excalibur, does he just not get it?

JR set him up perfectly to give us an explanation as to who they are and  it flew right over his head. He just relied to JR that it was Blade and Butcher. The guy is so indy. I'm not sure he belongs long term if he cant adjust his style of announcing to appeal to the masses.How does Excalibur not get that?

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What qualifications does Excalibur have? He wrestled like 10 years ago, but really, does that make him an announcer? I don’t think so. In fact, for as many people that have said that time has passed JR and he’s a shell of his old self, I still believe he’s better than Excalibur. I also think that the awful work that JR and Josh Barnett did with All Japan was better than Excalibur.

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Excalibur was the announcer for PWG for a long period of time.

JR sucks because he doesn't enjoy what AEW is doing. Skeeavone is clearly their best announcer.

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The audience was asking the same question as JR was. Why did Excalibur know their name?
He may know all the moves and wrestlers, but that's all that he seems to know. The guy is clueless.

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For some bizarre reason, former WCW announcer Chris Cruise, who hasn’t been heard from in a few decades, has taken it upon himself to report AEW to the Maryland State Athletic Commission. He believes that the Omega vs. Moxley match violated their standards and is trying to get the company banned in the state. The Commission says they will look into it. What a tool.

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From what I've read about him Chris Cruise seems like a total douchebag.

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srossi wrote: For some bizarre reason, former WCW announcer Chris Cruise, who hasn’t been heard from in a few decades, has taken it upon himself to report AEW to the Maryland State Athletic Commission. He believes that the Omega vs. Moxley match violated their standards and is trying to get the company banned in the state. The Commission says they will look into it. What a tool.

I wonder, does he have any involvement with one of the indies that run in the Baltimore area?

If so then he is just using some of those old promoter tactics from back in the day.

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Isn’t Cruise in or wasn’t he in the FBI? Not the wrestling faction but the law enforcement group?

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Franchise wrote: Isn’t Cruise in or wasn’t he in the FBI? Not the wrestling faction but the law enforcement group?
I don't know but he looked like an 80-year old pedophile in WCW, and that was decades ago.  I don't know how he's still alive.

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I just watched the Highspots Bruiser Brody documentary earlier in the week and Cruise was interviews in it.

I hadn't seen or heard that name in years and years,,,and then he turns up involved in this stunt.

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Just watched this weeks show which I recorded since I was out of town. Fast forwarded. Done in 20 minutes. Not a good sign for me....interest is rapidly waning.

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Cruise is actually pretty active on Facebook. I really doubt he was with the FBI as I'm sure the Bureau frowned upon their agents moonlighting as carnies.

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WongLee wrote: Cruise is actually pretty active on Facebook. I really doubt he was with the FBI as I'm sure the Bureau frowned upon their agents moonlighting as carnies.
Maybe it wasn’t the FBI but he had a regular job and WCW was a part time thing I remember tony saying unless it was another announcer I am thinking of. 

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Franchise wrote: WongLee wrote: Cruise is actually pretty active on Facebook. I really doubt he was with the FBI as I'm sure the Bureau frowned upon their agents moonlighting as carnies.
Maybe it wasn’t the FBI but he had a regular job and WCW was a part time thing I remember tony saying unless it was another announcer I am thinking of. 
You’re thinking of Mark Madden, who worked full time in WCW and part time at Seaworld as the backup Shamu.

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Franchise wrote: WongLee wrote: Cruise is actually pretty active on Facebook. I really doubt he was with the FBI as I'm sure the Bureau frowned upon their agents moonlighting as carnies.
Maybe it wasn’t the FBI but he had a regular job and WCW was a part time thing I remember tony saying unless it was another announcer I am thinking of. 

I remember it being Scott Hudson.

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AEW with a good bounce back at 851,000 households beating NXT this week, who got 845,000. Very close week for the shows but AEW bouncing back from last week is the real story. More great promos from Jericho and Cody too.

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DJP wrote: Franchise wrote: WongLee wrote: Cruise is actually pretty active on Facebook. I really doubt he was with the FBI as I'm sure the Bureau frowned upon their agents moonlighting as carnies.
Maybe it wasn’t the FBI but he had a regular job and WCW was a part time thing I remember tony saying unless it was another announcer I am thinking of. 

I remember it being Scott Hudson.


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I’m still watching the weekly AEW show on TNT and I really don’t see where this company is going. This week had Marko Stunt and Jungle Boy in the mix with the top guys. The Tranny is still getting airtime, and Joey Janela’s complaining finally got him a main event match. Last week, Excalibur made Jim Ross look fucking stupid when he knew the names of the people that came from under the ring. Everybody is still flippin’ and floppin’ as well. Anything with Jericho, Rhodes, and MJF is always awesome, but promos can’t keep holding this together.

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AEW and NXT tied this week, with exactly 778,000 viewers each. That number was down about 75,000 for both shows.

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So we’re two months in now, what are everybody’s thoughts...if you’re still watching, or if you gave them a chance and stopped watching already, why?

I’m still watching but it’s not essential viewing as it was at first. Overall I like the show, which is more than I can say for WWE shows these days, but I still find myself wondering who half the guys are or why I should care. I don’t really feel like there are any angles, just a bunch of wrestling matches each week. Feels very thin at the top from a starpower standpoint.

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cookie32723 wrote: So we’re two months in now, what are everybody’s thoughts...if you’re still watching, or if you gave them a chance and stopped watching already, why?

I’m still watching but it’s not essential viewing as it was at first. Overall I like the show, which is more than I can say for WWE shows these days, but I still find myself wondering who half the guys are or why I should care. I don’t really feel like there are any angles, just a bunch of wrestling matches each week. Feels very thin at the top from a starpower standpoint.

I like both AEW and NXT.  I think they're different and that's just fine.  AEW is short on promos but the ones they have are tremendous, some of the best I've heard in years.  Character development is still lacking.  The matches are the matches - they're indy spotfests and lots of people like that and lots of people don't so I don't see the use of arguing about it every week.  NXT is hit or miss with some really great matches and some filler.

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I haven’t watched anything current since the takeover / survivor series weekend outside of a segment here or there.


AEW turned me off with their multiple platforms I have no interest in chasing their product across TNT, YouTube and B/R app and whatever else they have. I’m not that old but I’m not that interested to try and figure it out so I just said fuck it and moved on.


On top of that the E has spoiled the PPV system by giving them away for free so why would I pay for a AEW PPV when I wouldn’t pay for Wrestlemania.

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cookie32723 wrote: So we’re two months in now, what are everybody’s thoughts...if you’re still watching, or if you gave them a chance and stopped watching already, why?

I’m still watching but it’s not essential viewing as it was at first. Overall I like the show, which is more than I can say for WWE shows these days, but I still find myself wondering who half the guys are or why I should care. I don’t really feel like there are any angles, just a bunch of wrestling matches each week. Feels very thin at the top from a starpower standpoint.

I watch Jericho's stuff, Cody's stuff and MJF. The rest is fast forward fodder.

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Chris Jericho went on Konnan’s podcast and said this:

“I called a team meeting — I’ll tell you right now. The lack of tags and the lack of just normal tag team wrestling psychology drove me nuts to the point where that was one of the big knocks against our company in about week three or four if you remember.

“They started making excuses for the Lucha Brothers cause I’ll be honest with ya, tagging out they’re lazy. They don’t care. They just walk in and out whenever they want and do whatever they want and it’s not right. It’s not how you do it.

“They would make excuses and they would say, ‘Oh, it’s lucha libre style.’ Huh, that’s funny because guess what? I worked in Mexico for two years and guess how you make a tag in a lucha libre match? You stand on the corner and you wait for a guy to touch you and you walk in. That’s lucha libre rules, AKA tag team rules.

“So, I called a meeting with the whole crew and said you’re burying the refs. If you don’t have any rules then you don’t get any heat and it’s killing our show because our honeymoon period is over and now people are watching us and they’re being confused by the lack of rules. So that’s changing slowly.”

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i was talking to my buddy last night. aew has at least 2-3 indy balls out matches every week. occasionally i love those type of matches. i am a big fan of PWG, where many of these guys have been regularly over the years. the big difference is PWG runs about six or seven shows a year, not weekly, the indy flippy kick out of 30 finishers isn't as annoying and is more palatable with a less is more approach imo.

i love the presentation of aew and am very curious to see how NXT will look when their tv starts traveling.



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