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  1. I am pretty neutral on Gabe overall. I probably made that post about Gabe before I even finished the article. l ran all the way here to ask about his relevance and attitude in 2022. He did have a quick temper years ago when I was picking up every ROH show from 2007-2011. 2008 was his last year in ROH but I started watching DGUSA (first ten shows) and Evolve (vol.1-5 + all 2015) so I did see how his wrestling tastes have changed since early ROH. 2014-2016 were such strong Indy years. Then WWE became so evil that they permanently damaged both the US and UK Indy scenes. Evolve had already been plucked by WWE and eventually Gabe just threw the baby out with bath water. Evolve gets sold to WWE and Gabe takes some job that is easier than booking Indy wrestling shows. How in blue hell did Evolve/DGUSA have service that was nothing at all like ROH’s prompt delivery and customer service? Didn’t Gabe’s new boss employ a lot of the same people who also previously worked with Gabe in ROH. He now had a smaller and less popular product to sell. If the 2015-2016 Evolve didn’t have a who’s who of the very best non-ROH Indy talent I would have complained louder online about just the slowest service and delivery for wrestling DVDs until AEW was formed. ROH would be a week at most to ship and another few days to deliver. Evolve was usually a month or more while AEW was over two months the first time and a minimum month for all foreign orders to be FILLED, shipping took even longer. Thankfully they were much faster this year. The sting of lazy ass service is mellowed by the quality of PPVs being so consistent ly high…excluding All Out 2020 of course. Now that Samoa Joe is finally available AEW doesn’t need him. Biff Busick would be a quality signing. Cameron Grimes’ future is apparently to the moooon in NXT. Trevor Lee as a normal sized person in AEW would always be in title contention in AEW. His career ceiling in NXT likely doesn’t even clear his head. It is just that low. Has anyone seen Lee’s former partner Andrew Everett in recent months/years. He is one of the few talents who miraculously wasn’t scooped up in AEW’s scorched earth campaign against against good Indy groups.
  2. It looks like Gabe Sapolsky was released as by WWE. Was he mentioned with yesterday’s news and releases? I don’t think I saw one mention of Gabe being among the releases announced on Wednesday. Depending on his level of burnout Gabe coulda, shoulda, woulda make a fine mind to pair with the one and only (booker/creative) coach Tony K. I’m not saying that Gabe will help reinvent booking styles for the 21st Century. TK hopefully wouldn’t feel second guessed all the time. AEW just needs an experienced wrestling mind who doesn’t currently wrestle for AEW. Gabe worked for ECW/ROH/Evolve/DGUSA with him owning those last two names on his promotional resume. TK was a big ECW/ROH fan and he could use someone to bounce ideas around with. Or you know, whatever…
  3. I have worried about Timothy Thatcher’s job security In WWE since the day he was announced hired. There aren’t a lot of names in AEW that I wouldn’t want to see anymore just so they can hire people I may like more. I have completely lost track of who all is available and when they are totally free and clear. Would Stephanie trade up? Her husband has proven to be weak physically and a failure in daddy’s eyes at putting pro wrestling companies out of business. She might just want a better model - one that doesn’t allow himself to be sick…like a psycho McMahon would feel. No, that’s silly. They have those children and a steroid cycle they cherish. I don’t really think HHH and Stephanie are bad people. It’s just Vince who is a sociopath and not worthy or capable of human emotions such as love. He is as if The Grinch and Scrooge had a child.. and they deprived him of all human physical contact. So…Thatcher, Gresham, Bandido, Danhausen, Toni Storm, Athena, Briscoes, Shane Taylor, Keith Lee, Chris Hero, Regal…that MIGHT be my full wish list for AEW. Steen and GeneriZayn were on it before. Owens staying with WWE has likely ended that duo’s AEW future before it ever began. Ooh, they are starting with Hangman vs. Danielson
  4. So, no preset “North American” or “dream signing” hints by TK. I heard TK was on the grassy knoll with an umbrella. People try and choke TK with his own words. He truly lives rent free in the heads of his more persistent critics/haters. Will Chris Hero ever get back in the ring? I pictured Hero in the “Funk” role as a judge tonight. Hangman wins, Hero is the retired veteran who asks Hangman for the next title shot. Hangman compliments him on having a great career before explaining the Top 5 Rankings and politely turns down Hero’s request. They shake again and Hangman spends two to three weeks not wrestling and wearing a neck brace. He acquired that condition after Hero piledrives him in some spectacular spot - maybe even through a table or off the apron. In the next few weeks Hero works like seven or eight times with a winning streak to match. Then they fight! Should Hero be unavailable CM Punk would be AMAZING as a replacement. There must be other veterans with comparable career paths to Punk and Hero. Jay Briscoe would work if Mark is injured when they come in.
  5. I’m sure it will pop up on YouTube like other AEW stuff does. If it’s not there check Dailymotion - although that has been light on AEW lately, IIRC. I started revisiting old Dynamite eps on TSN’s site from early ‘21. It works great with what looks like every show AEW ever aired on TNT via our benevolent TSN up here. I say up here because I live in one of those fancy high rise igloos the fishermen and fur traders told us about around the fire at story time. Anyway…it hopefully won’t be too hard finding it within legal means. If it’s not on YouTube we can just join the annoying chorus online of Tony Khan-obsessed AEW haters. Here, I’ll give it a practice run I see that crap almost everywhere else that has an AEW forum. All that energy towards something they hate and usually don’t even watch.
  6. On Denise Salcedo’s post-Dynamite show some people (emails/chats) were offended by what CM Punk said about Tim Tebow…WTF? I might just live up here in Soviet Canuckistan but I am hoping that Punk doesn’t wake up to a shitstorm. Punk used to revel in throwing stuff back at the idiots. Punk’s opinions on religion would blow their little minds.
  7. I believe Sydal is just being kept strong. He can be summoned to JTTS duty on Dynamite or Rampage. He is still excellent in the ring as almost the best of the JTTS and can be good with his brother if they are teamed up. Mike must be injured. He hasn’t been around for months. He could have been quietly released…or just on a night to night basis. I have had problems with Bear Country’s presentation since the start. There is a fine line between scary and goofy. Those helmets seem goofy to me. Luckily, they are great mauling jobbers and Chaos Project on shows called Dark. Hook’s next match is against Bear Bronson. He could be a real problem for Hook to throw around. Then again it could also look AWESOME for Hook to throw Bronson around.
  8. This one hit me hard. I didn’t know him personally or even ever see him wrestle in person. I guess it was the initial two stories that came out detailing his amputations…I feel a little disgusted with myself for enjoying the Rave vs Nigel matches. They sure didn’t do Jimmy Rave any career favours. That picture of him recovering in the hospital made me feel so dreadful Ugh. mMy wife is a nurse and she has told me about MRSA infections in hospitals over the years. Unfortunately I have also seen Requirm for a Dream and Jared Lehto’s arm was how I pictured MRSA infections spreading. I remember Jimmy on Colt’s podcast. It felt like he had a sense of peace and acceptance towards what his life would be like in recovery. He seemed to be telling his story for the first time to a wide audience. I probably hadn’t seen Rave wrestle since his last(?) ROH shows in 2009 or 2010. It is hard to go back and enjoy ROH back on the 200 DVDs I have of their best years. Rave was a…well, I’ll stop there I guess. Talking about how good he was just can’t be qualified at this time. Rave in peace.
  9. Some of the last decade’s Indy stars in AEW should hypothetically get more character time there than elsewhere. There are barely any guys/gals in AEW that are Baron Corbin, Enzo, Mr. Kennedy, giant project #284 or Eva Marie. There are hardly any freak show types, loudmouths who can only talk, inexperienced giants, diva search types, purely muscle heads or endless numbers of wrestlers who aren’t also huge fans. I would hope that AEW’s much better roster would create a locker room of friends and foster competition that pushes everyone to improve. Ten or more years into their careers KOR, Fish, Gargano, Nese and others probably haven’t had a chance to show more personality or develop a gimmick. Hopefully the many retired veterans can help plan promos or work on characters with those that want and/or need it. Keith Lee would probably still classify as a workrate heavy signee, wouldn’t he? I’ve heard that he can do more but I haven’t seen him outside of ROH. The next batch will undoubtedly be more than just ripped shorter dudes who had been better off in Japan before there was an AEW. Hopefully the future AEW can wrangle Kevin Owens/Steen, Danhausen, Brody King, Jonathan Gresham, Sami Zayn, Tomasso Ciampa, Mike Bailey, Jay & Mark Briscoe, Bandido, Dragon Lee and whoever else TK wants for his human wrestling menagerie.
  10. Bare with me here..,because the alternative means that I live in a world with no God (your pick) and the world is just random chaos before we die. What if…What if Cody’s neck tattoo is fake? Besides restoring my faith in humanity to not get the fucking ugliest tattoo in the spot most likely to get the maximum number of stares…I would also be a less ashamed to be a Cody fan. The exact BTE episode that unleashed the American Nightmare ink on a poor and unsuspecting fanbase is wiped from my memory. What I do remember thinking back then was “Cody had everything. Now he has fucked it all up!” Cody Rhodes, lower tier five tool player, has severely jeopardized how everyone judges his image, his integrity, his intelligence, his sanity, his future drawing ability and his mind for the biz overall. Maybe it is some kind of Cody Derangement Syndrome that caused me to reach for such an unlikely explanation. Maybe it makes sense in the only place things make sense inside Cody’s head. It would really involve some inhuman foresight on Cody’s part. Would he do it just to plan for his heel turn three years later? Getting that tattoo put a screeching halt to this hot streak Cody was enjoying pretty much since his release from Stardust Prison. From that point on I had a hard time as a fan being as enthusiastic for Cody’s matches, angles or promos. Again, I don’t really believe this myself. It simply makes the most sense in a world that that doesn’t make any sense at all anymore. That world in question is of course…Cody’s World. Makes sense to me.
  11. I have seen elsewhere that Jack has a reputation as sloppy and out of shape. That is a bit surprising to me since TH2 and Jack particularly always did his bendy acrobatic stuff I have enjoyed since 2003.TH2 always has consistent performances - mostly on Dark 1 and Dark 2…sommmmetimes Dynamite and Rampage and the occasional PPV. Hopefully TH2 get re-signed. They should just take the best offer wherever they end up. Evans’ loud mouth during matches wasn’t exploited for heat like we would see in a BOLA. I watched part of NXT tonight to see TK’s next additions to his action figure collection. Damn, wasn’t it always the rich kids who had the most G.I. Joes, He-Man, Star Wars or LJN WWF figures. Well, I know that I had the most LJNs or G.I. Joes and I was what you might call…too poor for a computer or hip clothes. I was like the only wrestling fan in my class after a certain point in mid 80s elementary school. That all ended one day when I fell down the stairs and put my knee through the LJN ring. I was definitely too poor to get another LJN ring. It is funny now but crushed my 11 year old dreams. ANYWAY…something else I noticed was how different the women looked compared to AEW’s side. They have so much more experience than AEW’s women. They also seemed taller and slimmer while also wearing much smaller gear. There also appeared to be less variety in what they looked like overall (size, body types, race, gimmicks) AEW women are different sizes, shapes, ethnicities, nationalities compared to the uniformity in NXT’s female roster. it was seriously like every female in NXT could be put in The Beautiful People and not look out of place. Everyone in NXT is “TV pretty”. AEW has more variety in gimmicks and the superficial gimmick stuff like makeup, hair, gear isn’t all uniform and on brand in the way NXT is with women. I tried to watch the whole show but I had to skip around in real-time. While AEW is known as an easy watch I found NXT lasted FOREVER. After thirty-eight minutes I figured they must have maybe two or three segments to go. I was very very wrong. Gargano’s exit was pretty great. Lastly, is Quack happy, proud or jealous that so many of his students and alumni from Chikara are having fairly rewarding fultime paying careers right now?
  12. The Elite/Best Friends segment was bizarre. Cole comes out for a mystery guest commentary moment. While there was no match scheduled Orange Cassidy came out for another nearly full entrance. Luckily for both Cole and OC they are feuding. A Christmas miracle blesses us early and there is a confrontation between them…and all their rowdy friends come out on Wednesday night. Thankfully they do know what it means. It ended up in the right place but wrestlers announced as commentators and wrestlers for non-existent matches is something you might see from 96-01. I didn’t want to invoke Russo’s name but it was totally from his playbook..or whoever he swiped it from during the MNW. The details don’t matter. All that you need to remember is who got the last shot or last word before they are SHOUTED TO THE BREAK! Kris Statlander deserved to win her match. I like Ruby a lot but Statlander has had most of the better performances since Ruby debuted in September. Hopefully Ruby/Rosa is the final. It won’t be. Let’s see how Jade works a longer match two more times. After she wins the belt they can go back to just Goldberging her push until she runs into the female Kevin Nash to end it. Who will be her Regal or later on DDP? I made a Cody’s on fire joke over on PWO. It works on so many levels! Okay, maybe just two. It works on two whole levels. I am having, how you say “joker’s remorse” on that one.
  13. Has Darby replaced Black Warrior yet at doing the world’s most dangerous tope? That opening is not how AEW works to their strengths most weeks on four shows per. I haven’t watched the first segment on a WWE show since Roman Reigns told us that it was “…My yard now.” after one of those Wrestlemanias a few years ago. My tolerance has decreased completely for those long intros for WWE Toastmaster segments on every single WWF program even before it had the F get out. I think the phrase “too cute by half…” applies just as well, no? I like Punk and MJF. Either man as good in the ring as he is on his promos. These are two of the best talkers I’ve witnessed since WWE won the Cola Wars back in 2001. These overstuffed gab sessions just are not an efficient way to push an issue no matter HOW great two or more consenting adults might be at cutting the regular length good kind of promos. Punk used to wrestle his matches that way in IWAMS & ROH. Too cute by half…synergy!
  14. Unfortunately “Speedball” Mike Bailey appears to have signed with Impact Wrestling instead of AEW. This puts a damper on my hopes of creating the combined rosters of 2013-2016 era PWG, AAW, EVOLVE and a segment of the slept on Impact roster that birthed several AEW regulars. Chris Hero is fortunately still on the board which is odd for a trusted, experienced and versatile legit hoss-like heavyweight in 2021. Other names from my favourite period in 21st century American wrestling such as Ricochet, Matt Riddle, Keith Lee, Kyle O’Reilly, Roderick Strong, Drew McIntyre and Zack Sabre Jr are all in committed relationships with their current employers. Hey, you never know these days. TK has lured other eyes to wander already. Half those names might not make it past any roster cuts in the future…although that says more about a lack of creativity more so than it would be a reflection of those names not being worthy of a payday from the most profitable promotion in the history of pro wrestling.
  15. Jora Johl aka Robo I’m his earlier matches is sort of doing a gimmick similar to Brandon Cutler’s Elite role. The difference with Johl is portrayed as a lot more competent as a lackey. He is also more aware of his crappy situation. You can tell that he hates how Hardy treats him. He puts up with it though out of respect to Matt Hardy’s reputation.. He is totally going to go Batista on Hardy one of these days.
  16. Brodie Lee himself took part in at least one 16 man tag match when he was in Chikara. Matches with that number of participants is usually called a Tornio Cibernetico and has its origins in 1990s CMLL. Chikara ran the match as part of their year end blowoff for the angles that precipitated the match’s anouncement every year. The match is USUALLY elimination rules which give the match a bit more structure. Now that Chikara is no longer with us the 16 man elimination match is still done twice a year in CMLL. It’s usually in July and September that they run the Leyenda de Plata and Leyenda de Azul in honour of El Santo and Blue Demon, respectfully. Ring of Honor kinda sorta did something similar to TK’s 16 Man Behemoth of a Match. It went waaaaay too long and really had no structure for what was dubbed the “Mother of all Scramble Matches” back at ROH’s 1st Anniversary Show eighteen years ago. The one fall format will probably be a benefit as these matches can go for close to an hour…and then Chikara said “How about we go MORE than hour?” and thusly a trend was formed of longer and longer matches of this size. Hopefully Tony K was influenced more by CMLL and Chikara. DOUBLE HOPEFULLY he will have completely forgotten the match from ROH’s 1YA debacle of a calamity of a match that they tried to put on. Odds are highly likely that he was thinking about the ROH match from 2003 when he booked tonight’s show. Maybe he thinks he can right those past wrongs and the match is angle AND action heavy…and oh gawd please finish in less than 30 minutes like the ROH was allowed to run.
  17. Leyla Hirsch’s theme really reminds me of the song in Jabba’s Palace. I’m not sure what the title is but it totally didn’t need to exist as it replaced a far superior song in ROTJ. I like Leyla’s song more if I can picture Cy Snoodle and Max Reno’s Band playing it. I watched Kamilla vs Leyla when it happened a while ago and that reminded me of the Muppets as well. That was by far Leyla’s best so far but it was like Muppet Fighting League with Miss Piggy taking on Sweetums. Leyla vs Jade was a similar idea but I thought Leyla had more of a chance in the NWA match than she had in the match with Jade.
  18. What kind of messed up card game are they playing here? Two Jokers? Cassie can be the Joker. Jessie will have to settle for being the Rules of Blackjack and Poker card..or something. We haven’t heard much at all regarding Samuray del Sol/Kalisto since his release. He did an interview with either SRS or CVV just after his release. Not much of anything since though…Isn’t the former Kalisto based out of Chicago as well? Three debuts in one night would seriously be too much. Even for Tony K’s imagination…or lack thereof according to the people who don’t watch the shows. Does Coach Tony K use EWR to book shows? Maybe he is suuuper old school and used TNM7 like a true DVDVR veteran would “back in the day”? Btw, the “day” would fall somewhere during the glory years of the chat - probably between 1999 and 2002 IIRC. Good times.
  19. I wanted to remind myself just how great Ruby SoHo’s entrance will sound when she debuts at All Out. I put on Rancid’s great album “…And Out Come the Wolves” and went back in time to 1995. The song titled “Ruby Soho” will instantly displace Jungle Boy and “Jungle Life” as the wrestler with the catchiest entrance music in AEW. As soon as the chorus kicks in I was back in 95 with an incredible beer buzz and singing along with an album that I had sparsely sampled before that night. Just wait and see. Maaaybe set a reminder for the Buy In just before All Out. Odds are that she is the Joker in the Women’s Casino Battle Royale. They won’t be on the main card. Why? Because….because… PENISES!!! That’s why!!!
  20. He has the Anaconda Vice sitting there getting dusty in his toolbox. He probably wants his primary submission finisher to be more than just a rest hold though. Choosing the Anaconda Vice shows just when some of his formative years occurred. I think it was 2003 that Tenzan started using it and rode that wave all the way to the G1 that year. That's also the year of Punk's only Japanese tour for Zero-One during the Fire Festival. He wasn't in it unfortunately. At that point he was just an oversized junior working opening matches for Zero-1. I got all those shows from that tour just to see him work a new environment. He was pretty far down on the depth chart in 2003 Japan. His matches were fine. Just fine. The tournament itself kicked all kinds of butt IIRC. Anaconda Vice - glorified chinlock, cool name and that's all that mattered.
  21. I had to do a double take when Moxley’s manly visage is shown on an AEW screen. Papa John is starting to resemble Andy Williams/The Butcher more than he doesn’t. It’s The Butcher‘S look from a few months into their AEW time. The Butcher was starting to lose that Beer City Bruiser look while Moxley seems to be destined for and BCB’s look if Moxley can’t stem the tide. We are only a few matches away from Moxley wearing sweatpants to the ring. Why do they only seem to “enhance” Jericho’s muscle tone in those preflight graphics? Moxley looks like he can kickass while 240 or 420…which might add to the late feeding munchies. Is cannabis related medicine or recreation legal in Vegas? I don’t think Punk could have done a better job with a thousand second chances. He was one of my faves from 03-06ish. Two days before he left in 2014 I posted here that I thought his character was a little tired. I had reached almost ambivalence towards Punk, especially considering Bryan’s ascension up towards the top tier of superstars. I didn’t know yet that WWE wanted him to stay on Cesaro’s level.
  22. Caster and Bowens could have been a really good first night confrontation for a certain returning Chicagoan on Friday’s Rampage. Punk taking out Caster would be really low stakes for his first night in AEW. Punk cutting off one of Max’s “controversial” raps would kill a lot of birds while using very few stones. This is only the first idea to come to mind when thinking about both Caster’s predicament and Punk’s impending debut. If Caster isn’t “working” us then he has bungled his future success in AEW. His maturity combined with his rap subjects have dove-tailed and show the world how immature and stubborn he can be. There are probably at least ten wrestlers in AEW that they can team with Bowens as Max’s replacement in The Acclaimed or whatever new gimmick they use now. The rapping gimmick has reached its peak potential. Caster was putting more effort into being topical rather than antagonistic towards his opponents anyway. Only Julia Hart got any focus and really…He couldn’t make any rhymes about a pretty girl without gunning the engines and going for something that was just plain tacky and ridiculously inappropriate for television.
  23. I think they were just presented as non-contracted talent looking for their big break in the big leagues. I haven’t followed NXT too closely especially since WWE tried that stupid Wednesday Night War. I never saw them in’ recent years but I have seen them in Chikara before they signed with NXT. Were you supposed to know who they were? It depends. They have been a team continuously since 2002. If you like following promotions that aren’t on TV then Tony Khan thinks you would know who 2.0/3.0/Ever-Rise are. If you follow televised wrestling then Tony K may think you know that team from being either on NXT or in the news after being released from NXT just recently. So, to make a long story short, YES AEW may have expected you to know who they are. I always thought they were roughly 80% charisma and/or personality and 20% athleticism. I didn’t think they were bad but I did think their time spent Nell-to-bell was unremarkable in every respect. For my tastes they have a pretty unimpressive presentation of…whatever it is that they are supposed to be portraying. I always thought that they really needed a consistent and well-defined gimmick backstory or tag team personality/identity. This is what a place like NXT was supposedly for. It feels like NXT doesn’t really do that AT ALL for the wrestlers who need it there. For all the hyperbole over smaller Indy wrestlers not having the complete package it sure does look like maybe only Trevor Lee has a different persona than he had in PWG or Evolve. All the talent pillaged from those groups as well as all the ex-ROH guys all look, sound and even wrestle pretty much the same as they did before most were gobbled by the monster of insecurity WWE unleashed just so AEW wouldn’t get them. I did enjoy that six man match that 2.0 was in on Dynamite. It really helped that the “jobbers” didn’t get much offence against Los Tres Babyfacios- Moxley, Darby and Eddie. The “wrestling” aspect is really not one of their main attributes as a tag team.
  24. No worries. I didn’t mean to put down any talent I listed. The AEW women’s division is something I have taken a big interest in seeking improve. I thought the comparison lined up and I ran with it. I was reading various AEW discussions on Reddit and a more mainstream (they rant about PC this and Cancel that while the others try and keep things civil and inclusive) forum. I can’t believe the buzzwords and niche phrasing framed as insults that get thrown around in place of actual discussion. I wanted to see how the ‘others” were handling Max Caster’s latest rap subjects. While there Tony K signed Ruby Soho and maybe a certain Doctor’s boy toy so the old argument came up…many times…in several threads. I was starting to feel sympathy for Platinum Max. It’s possible that at 44 I might not be a fair judge on what is and what isn’t suitable for a heel rapper in his early 30s. I still think they mostly sound juvenile and unoriginal though. The topic is out of gas after it was reported Tony K will pay more attention to editing. Get better material, Max…The Acclaimed are getting better as a team and the wrong words might send him off to wherever Lenny and Lodi were banished on TNT’s orders in 1999. Muhammad Hassan probably vacations there after UPN went a bit too far….although WWE wouldn’t be in that situation if they hadn’t gone “a bit” too far with a wrestling skit that they thought needed some terrorism to make it special….in the wrong way.
  25. Again? How many female wrestlers are they going to get from the SHIMMER/SHINE groups? Tony K just raided Ruby/Heidi and they have signed or used too many of their castoffs: Partial list ahead… Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo,Davienne, Heather Monroe, Hyan, Holidead, Kenzie Paige, Leyla Hirsch, Nicole Savoy, Queen Aminata, Willow Nightingale, Zoey Skye, Nevaeh, Awesome Kong, Alyson Kay, Elayna Black, Mercedes Martinez, Big Swole, Kris Statlander, Priscilla Kelly, Thunder Rosa, Leva Bates, Miranda Alize, Lady Frost, Penelope Ford, Alex Gracia, Shazam McKenzie, Rachel Ellering, Ariel Monroe, Serena Deeb, Tessa Blanchard (All In), Tesha Price, Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D.~! There are other women’s groups out there. Why do they always take SHIMMER’s leftovers? The SHIMMER stans will hold it over AEW enthusiasts any chance they get. It’s almost like they are saying that the women not good enough for them will instantly be OUR main eventers. Homegroaner/zombie Abadon, Red Velvet, Tay Conti, Jade Cargill and Anna Jay will do all the jobs to those who I assume are no good because they aren’t wrestling for the largest women’s promotion anymore. It doesn’t make sense, does it? Also, the WWE to AEW argument is stupid, if you couldn’t tell already…
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