Starting off I really like the Control Center as it is a great way to focus on one match or feud instead of jumping around and not allowing the hype to sink in. I know that some fans might be thinking that they don't need to do that, but when it comes to introducing new talent we need time to digest and remember the talent. Allowing each of the episodes to also have a different feel has also helped keeping the hype fresh for each of the events.
For the first time an episode has focused just on the women of AEW which is a nice change of pace after them focusing on the Spears and Cody feud 2 out of the 3 episodes. Focusing on the women though has also allowed them to introduce new talent to the company namely the newest second generation wrestler. Seeing Teal Piper entering into the wrestling business is interesting, because I didn't even know she existed or was entertaining the idea of entering the business as I always thought her brother Colt would join wrestling. The fact is I think a battle royal is also a great way to cover for any talent that might be on the green side to hide their weaknesses a little better. To my knowledge this is also our first glances of Jazz and Ivelisse as a member of the All Elite roster.
Overall coming up to All Out at the end of the month it seems like the card is coming together something and this is battle royal announcement is the easiest way to set up the division as we move to AEW on TNT. I also think that the importance of a battle royal has been downplayed in modern wrestling, because it is a perfect way to set up a variety of feuds for months at a time.
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