Anyway, there has been the criticism (and rightfully so) that AEW only has 1 woman's match for the vast majority of their TV Shows, and it usually has the champ involved, And I'm watching the Acclaim last night and was wondering why that was the only story that night in terms of established tag-teams. Then I'm wondering how come there wasn't a trios match last night. The singles matches were a plenty and lean more toward the TNT and World Titles.
So I started going through some recent rampage and dynamite results, and I feel one thing AEW is missing the boat on is they are not promoting and displaying the actual variety of the deep roster they have.
Shouldn't Excalibur be spending a 10 second spiel on just how many tag teams they have, followed by a tag match, that don't involve the champs, then another quick shoutout to all the trios they have, with a trios match on the show, then omg look at all the women we have on the roster, here's a woman's match, then hey we have the all-atlantic title, heres a match between two international talents that want to compete for that belt! I feel we don't get much of the above mentioned, unless it actually is the title holder.
But also ROH stuff has been eating up the tv time so maybe once that's dealt with we can focus on more important issues.
You let people review nightmare matches and odd hidden gems on your blog, and thats whats i appreciates about you.