Can they end the failed Kenny Omega experiment already? I mean, for Christ sakes him being pushed is akin to NBC giving a prime time slot right before Law and Order SVU and Organized Crime to Fruit Baskets, under the misguided notion that since the domestic abuse cartoon Rick and Morty is a hit, why not air the Japanese equivalent of it on network primetime TV even though NO ONE has heard of Fruit Baskets except for hardcore otakus? I mean, Akito Sohma is a living God like Rick Sanchez and she's big in Japan even if Americans have no freaking clue who Akito Sohma is, that being “big in Japan” actually counts for something, right?
Fuck, it's not like they are desperate for talent. MJF, Jericho, Moxley, Cody, Christian, ORANGE SECOND COMING CASSIDY for fuck's sake are all available to be champion and be far superior ones at that. Hell, just put it on Adam “the hangman who doesn't hang people” Paige already and use it to evolve the Dark Order into something new to serve as his muscle and pit them against MJF's crew already!
The Jericho/MJF feud would be far better if MJF was champion and Jericho was desperate to reclaim the title from his younger, more evil counterpart and allow the Pinnacle to trounce on the routine beatings/humiliations they are suffering if at the end of the day, all Jericho can do to MJF is put his head in the toilet but keeps choking when it comes to title matches against Malcolm. Or even Cody as champion could be useful to elevate other talent by having them compete for the belt.
They need Omega to just fucking go away from TV and focus on salvaging the women's division already. No one wants him and God knows if Daniel Bryan shows up on AEW, it's going to make them look even more bush league having a loser like Kenny Omega holding the belt behaving like a poor man's end days Jeff Jarrett, minus Jarrett's ability to actually be an effective heel.
I appreciated the completely unrelated rant about NBC at the beginning as Jesse makes an argument that no other human being would possibly understand and then goes on an impassionated paragraph about it.
People, we've just been BAKED.