Just imagine for a second that you're a casual TV wrestling viewer who can't be bothered to read up on rumors/backstage news and doesn't know or care who Dave Meltzer or Wade Keller are. Imagine you're just someone who sometimes likes watching pro wrestling.
You've tuned in over the last few weeks and seen the company's top star return and call out Hangman Page, who (as a babyface) didn't come out to answer the challenge. You then saw the big champion vs. champion match happening the very next week on free TV despite a big PPV coming up soon, and it ended in a quick squash. Oh, and that Hangman Page guy who got called out in the first return interview by your company's biggest star just never showed up to Dynamite at all in any capacity, period.
Meanwhile, you randomly saw two women who haven't recently wrestled many/any singles matches on Dynamite inserted into a four-way title match after the champion just announced that she was hurt. You're just told that the token Japanese wrestler and Britt's midcarder friend are in the match for some reason for what's another mere interim title (for some reason).
Then you saw Eddie Kingston get screwed over by Sammy Guevara in a match that meant a lot to him, but both guys then disappeared from Dynamite, and you've now forgotten about them.
This week, your main event was a team you barely know (because they don't work for AEW regularly) winning and advancing because a guy with a box on his head screwed Pac over for reasons you don't know, with the leader you barely know staring down Kenny Omega to end the entire show.
I know this isn't all the result of bad writing. I know that. I'm just saying imagine the optics for the average viewer. It feels like the season mode of a wrestling game that was programmed with poor or glitchy A.I.
I imagined you reading that like Tucker Carlson just asking questions for whatever reason. But you’re not wrong at all. The show is definitely headache inducing even at the best of times.