For AEW fans, I’m going to guess that very few (if any of us) miss Cody and Brandi Rhodes in the slightest. For a majority of the Cody Rhodes run in AEW, I had the general feeling of ”I wish that this was better”. A lot of his promos were […]
After a lackluster World Title run from Adam Page, I think CM Punk could be the perfect solution as AEW World Champion. I have really enjoyed the return of CM Punk to pro wrestling and it has elevated AEW in many ways. He has come across as totally unselfish. He’s […]
To me, it’s clear that MJF is the absolute best heel in pro wrestling. Before I really watched his work, I initially thought that Maxwell Jacob Friedman was some kind of variation of the EC3 character from TNA. Now in retrospect, that was a stupid comparison because MJF is leaps […]
Instead of a million flips and dives, maybe AEW just needs to get back to basics? Now don’t get me wrong. I think lucha libre, athletic moves or a gymnastics-type display all has a place in pro wrestling. High-flying and high-risk maneuvers have all existed for a long time. The […]
Well, here we are. Slammiversary is finally upon us and the road that led us to this point has been up and down to say the least. Check out my full preview and predictions below. All of those well done teasers and vignettes on the weekly Impact episodes have caused […]
This column is not about coronavirus specifically, but more the overall effect that it is having on pro wrestling and Impact Wrestling in particular.
Ace Austin is one of the best young talents in pro wrestling. To me, that’s not even debatable as his fantastic work in Impact Wrestling speaks for itself.
I guess maybe the title of this piece will make more sense to Star Wars fans. You have to get creative when you’re writing about essentially the same thing for the fourth time. Yes, Impact Wrestling held a set of TV tapings in Vegas for the fourth time in the last year and a half.
A fresh new year brings with it a renewed enthusiasm for Impact Wrestling. Fans (new and old) should, in fact, be optimistic about what could happen in the next 12 months and all it kicks off at Hard To Kill in Dallas, Texas.
It’s a legit question. One that AEW defenders and apologists will probably bristle at, yet the rest of the pro wrestling world is sincerely wondering. Is All Elite Wrestling in trouble?