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By Dave Scherer on 2021-06-02 10:00:00

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If we see Roman Reigns wrestle Okada in on a heavily hyped first Smackdown in front of a full crowd, would that be a sufficient response as any to Tony Khan running his mouth to Nick on Twitter?

That would certainly be an “FU” response to what Tony said.  The irony is that if Nick Khan did actually speak with New Japan, as has been reported, that’s exactly what he should be doing.  WWE should have channels of communication open with anyone they think they could do business with.  AEW should be doing the same thing.  I still don’t understand why Tony Khan did what he did.

Maybe I'm reading too much into this, but, instead of LA, shouldn't WWE's new President, Nick Khan, be buying property closer to "New York"?  Could this be foreshadowing a move for WWE HQ?

In a word, no.  People with significant money often own more than one property.  Also, as we learn during the pandemic, working remotely has become a huge part of many companies and will remain that way going forward.

My question this is about the concern of quantity over quality now with AEW now doing the second show being Rampage slotted for Friday nights. Do you believe there's a chance of oversaturation for AEW because of this second show as well as putting two shows on YouTube every week now? Do you see this as a replication of previous mistakes in wrestling history?

There are two ways to look at it.  On the one hand, WWE had Raw and created Smackdown.  It was a success.  WCW had Nitro and then created Thunder.  It was not.  So, we shall see what happens.

Quick question, with this weeks Dynamite being moved to Friday 05-28 as well as being the “go home” show before Double or Nothing why not go head to head and see how they’d fair against Smackdown?  I understand all the reasons as to why not to, however wouldn’t this be a very good test to see how AEW would actually fair against in my opinion WWE’s top show?

Personally, I wouldn’t do it.  AEW wants to get as many eyeballs on Dynamite to get them to buy the PPV.  If they went against Smackdown, the odds are good they would get less eyeballs.  Now if they wanted to try it, say next week?  That would be interesting.  This week though I wouldn’t have done it.

Of all the good types of cage matches, which is your favorite?  Hell in a cell?  War Games?  Elimination Chamber?  The Fight Pit?

I really loved The Fight Pit but there has only been one, so I will go with War Games.

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