The AEW Locker Room stands tall after the company’s Full Gear Pay-Per-View event on November 13. The positive outlook for the roster is in stark contrast to reports from the WWE camp over the past year. Several of his recently released superstars have made their hold public with the company.
A backstage source said Andrew Zarian The view on AEW is positive in wrestlers, as stated in The Mat Men podcast. They believe the company is treating their stars well and investing in the right talent. There is no disagreement.
“Morale is very high with the locker room. The investment that AEW has made in its future stars is paying dividends.
AEW paid off their long-running storyline, with Hangman Adam Page defeating Kenny Omega in an emotional match and winning the AEW World title. MJF and Darby Allin showcased the company’s future in the opening match. The blood feuds of CM Punk and Eddie Kingston came to a head.
Fans were generally positive about the show. The future of AEW is bright if they can stay on track so far. Keeping talent happy and developing creatively should be top of their priority list.
We are still waiting for news on the PPV purchase price. AEW’s former pay-per-view, All Out, recorded a strong 200,000 purchases. Tony Khan will be thrilled if he comes to that number with successive shows.
What is your opinion on Full Gear? Has it reached 200,000 purchases? Let us know in the comments!
November 15, 2021 8:26 am