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Double or Nothing


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Anyone watching tonight? Hoping I can find a good feed.

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Well this is a bust. Cant get any feeds to work.

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I saw the pre show. I've just been watching for updates on the matches. I get that they are playing to the crowd, but at some point taking shots at WWE is going to fall flat.

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So Bret Hart shows up to unveil the AEW championship belt.

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So Jericho beats Kenny Omega and gets the chance to face Adam Page for the AEW Title. The prevailing thought was that having Omega being the inaugural champion was too predictable.

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And Dean Ambrose shows up. Color me surprised.

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We're three days out from Double or Nothing and it has now (mostly because of Raw) become The Force Awakens. A show that was good, but has been elevated to the level of great because of the fact that it wasn't something else (the prequels). Admittedly other than the pre show I've only seen highlights. I did watch Cody-Dustin though. Double or Nothing was miles better than All In IMO. These shows benefited from one thing. It was all wrestling, no stories. Which helped because there was a lot of who the **** was that? I mean are we really losing our **** over Dean Ambrose? Now WWE did itself no favors with Raw. There was some good, but a lot of WTF?

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Just the idea of an alternative company with a major television deal is significant enough. Theres ton of companies out there right nowwrestling is in a really good state overallbut no one has the clout AEW has because of its tv deal.



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