At first I thought that Cody vs Shawn Spears had disappointed but it was very under the radar for a match that I thought it was a big deal. Especially since I thought that this match was going to be the start of a bigger over arching story, but with Spears taking the fall in the clean as a whistle. Now it is the point that Cody will move to challenge the World Champion Chris Jericho as we move forward to AEW on TNT. The interesting point now is to wonder where Shawn Spears goes from here at this point heading for the future. Speaking of the World Championship, I was impressed by the performance of Adam Page who is ready to break through but it wasn't the right time for him to get the big victory.
The one criticism I have for the show is that they need to settle out the rules of the Casino Battle Royal or stop doing it. It clunky and the two that the company have done so far haven't done the best overall. In my opinion, it isn't even about the match it's more along the lines that it is extremely difficult to introduce unknown talent in a battle royal, because you aren't able to focus on the new faces like you can in a singles match. This is especially evident in the women's battle royal, because how many of the names that were in the match are going to stay with the company. It's for that reason that I think they could've accomplished the same thing by having two fatal four ways with talent that are sticking around to allow some names to have the spotlight and allow the fans to invest in new talent.