So tonight I’m going to be watching a wrestling ppv on TV called “Double or Nothing”… which is a show hosted by a new wrestling company called All Elite Wrestling (AEW). As you probably heard by now, this company has been sparking a lot of buzz in the wrestling community and very quickly AEW is exploding already in the wrestling world. They are a brand new company and they are already getting popular fast.
Since I’ve been hearing a lot about this company, I’ve been keeping an eye on it ’cause I’m curious about it. I’ve been doing a lot of reading about AEW and I’ve been hearing Chris Jericho talking a lot about it. I’ve also been hearing the AEW owner Tony Khan talk a lot about it. The AEW wrestling company has some former WWE guys and some former WCW talent too. There are also a bunch of other new guys on the roster we’ve never heard before.
Keep in mind that AEW isn’t really an independent wrestling company. They are pretty much a national company who are in competition with WWE. It has been said that AEW is a way different company than WWE. The team behind AEW promises they’ll bring us wrestling which we haven’t seen in a long time. Maybe that’s why AEW is getting popular ’cause AEW gives us wrestling and WWE doesn’t.
The main reason why I’m watching “Double or Nothing” tonight is because of the Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega match which is the one to keep an eye out for. That match could end up being the greatest match in a long time but we’ll see tonight.
I’m also looking forward to seeing the rest of the show to see what AEW is like. Since AEW is not WWE, this is not going to be on the WWE Network… it’s going to be on regular ppv so I bought the “Double or Nothing” wrestling ppv early this morning and I’m going to watch it later tonight.
Yeah, I’m a pro wrestling fanatic and nerd. I don’t just watch WWE only, I try to watch as much pro wrestling as I possibly can ’cause I like supporting it. If tonight’s “Double or Nothing” turns out to be really good then I’ll probably continue to support AEW ’cause AEW is about to get on cable TV real soon.
I love wrestling and I’m not ashamed of it. I’ll review “Double or Nothing” tomorrow. Hope it’s worth the $50. I’m sure it will turn out really good but I’m sure Jericho vs. Omeaga will end up being the best match of the night. Looking forward to the show. ‘