With both AEW and WWE NXT all set to venture into cable TV, comparisons are natural to occur between these two mega-events. AEW has made a lot of history in the past, and now in TV fans are hoping it will get hold of its strong rock position. Before AEW: Full gear makes its debut on TV in November, it’s time for the First women Championship to make its mark.
AEW: All out proved to be an epic entertainer, and the company needs to hold its standard with new upcoming fights to keep the audience glued. Here are five huge Feuds that AEW can plan out for. A high voltage match between Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho can prove to be one of the most talked-about fights. Jericho became the AEW’s First Heavyweight Champion. Jericho can carry forward the legacy of the title unless he gets interference from his talked about rival Kenny Omega. The well-known feud started between the wrestlers when Omega won in January when the pair battled in the Wrestle Kingdom.
How about a match between PAC and Cody Rhodes? PAC made a considerable mark by defeating Kenny Omega is one of the AEW matches. What so amusing is that PAC came into the competition in a flick of a moment, as a substitute to Jon Moxley when he was diagnosed with an infection. Although PAC and Cody Rhodes, faced each other in WWE, but neither was treated like a star. This fight between the two can surely give an impetus in their career.
Adam Page might have seen the defeat, and instead of him, Chris Jericho got crowned the first-ever title, this does not pull down the statue of him being an incredible wrestler. An anticipated fight between Adam Page and MJF could bring a lot of bling and eyes to the new show. A big game between Nyla Rose and the Entire Women Division can surely create waves. Nyla Rose is one of the most talked over women wrestlers and has won a lot of accolades. Her actions on All-out Pay-per-view has put her under the notice of the AEW’s entire women division. Thus a high drama match between any of the women contenders with Rose will surely be a big thing.
How can we forget about the two stalwarts of the ring arena Jon Moxley and current champion Chris Jericho? Jon Moxley could not be part of the AEW as he was diagnosed with an infection. But the former WWE Heavyweight Champion is still one of the bests if not the best. A match between these two enigmatic wrestlers will the “D-Game” for all the AEW fans.