Cole told the Young Bucks on tag team wrestling network The Young Bucks that they would not make it to the trio’s championship tournament because they would be physically unable to. Cole and O’Reilly attacked The Jackson brothers, but Page ran out and saved them.
Page helped Matt get back up to his feet and appear he and The Bucks are on the same page again, without pausing on the issue.
WWE And AEW Rumors: Latest on Kenny Omega, Ronda Rousey and more
Kenny Omega left Dynamite in November after losing to “Hangman” Adam Page, who had won the World Championship four days earlier.
Share with us an update on Omega, which may be relevant to his upcoming return to the ring.
This week there have been rumors surrounding a former AEW champion, including.
For years now, the WWE brand split has taken place but might it stop in the near future? What is the latest on the tournament to crown new WWE women’s tag team champions? Did a high-stakes tag match nearly fail to provide any advertised outcome?
Big Update On Ronda Rousey Being “Suspended” By WWE
Ronda Rousey has been suspended by WWE after she assaulted an official at Summer Slam. Fans may have to wait long before she returns to our screens.
Though she is coming back to the blue brand, her heel persona fans should not be expecting any turn of events yet.
An article written by Mike Johnson from PWInsider.com notes that Ronda Rousey is still listed as the No. 1 babyface on the women’s roster for Raw, stating that she and her actions at Summer Slam all happened because of an official’s decision.
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WWE shows a reluctance to turn Ronda Rousey heel. It resisted doing so in 2019, when fans were clearly pro-Becky Lynch. The result was deteriorating reactions for Rousey.
Now, she is being booed even more heavily and comes across as a heel who is more natural than a babyface.
AEW: What is ‘All Elite Women’
Randall Ortman of Cageside Seats noted that there has been some speculation relating to a recent trademark for the phrase “All Elite Women,” which could signal that All Elite Wrestling is planning to introduce a women’s wrestling show in the future.
Though there have been many questions about the work of its women’s talent, this would be an interesting decision for a company launching an ad campaign with those talents.
AEW‘s current booking has been uneven, disjointed, and unfocused.
While there have been some great matches, and AEW has created a new star out of Britt Baker, criticisms of the roster’s utilization have always been based on time, storylines and the position of the women’s match in the weekly lineup that airs on December 5, Dynamite.
A show about female superheroes, like a show centered on the male division, would help with girl-centric storylines from the debuts of Dynamite and Rampage.
With so many talents on the roster, there are too many stars of tomorrow for the booking to be inconsistent. Giving their competitors like the Bunny, Julia Hart, Skye Blue, Penelope Ford, Kiera Hogan, AQA, Abadon, Athena, Mercedes Martinez (and these five names are just examples), Serena Deeb and Hikaru Shida a chance to prove themselves will make them better performers while silencing some valid criticisms fans have with that particular part of the AEW roster.
Although these women are taking a risk by writing for free, they will soon be rewarded.