The time draws closer and the days continue move forward as the next event is almost upon us and it will be a very big event. Now don't get me wrong the biggest event for AEW is still to come that being All Out in August, but the amount of raw emotion tied up in two matches on this show makes it a different type of event. Normally it seems like today the emotional aspect of a feud is left out of the picture and companies rely on the idea of good vs evil far to often. The emotional aspect can raise the intensity especially if it's something that the fans relate to it gives a feud more depth and just another reason for fans to care.
Even though this pairing with Dustin & Cody seems like it will be a one time thing it doesn't change the idea that they could win. I believe that every veteran deserves one last run and not one just as a comedy act if they can still compete at a high level let them, because it will only help the company. Since his return five years I have thought that Dustin has deserved the opportunity to compete a high level one more time and this is his chance to show he's never lost it. As far as Brandi vs Allie they are raising their match to a new level, because they are playing to how fear can stop you from trying and opening the door of emotion. For an event that had only a few weeks to build I must say I do care about a lot more of the matches on the show then I thought I was going to. Either way this weekend is going to be a busy weekend for wrestling fans with one PPV on Saturday and one PPV on Sunday. Which will you be watching?
Back at Fyter Fest on June 29, we saw the former Tye Dillenger now Shawn Spears attack his good friend Cody Rhodes. However, Spears didn't just attack Cody he swung a chair and hit him right in the head; it has been a long time since I've seen a chair shot to the head due to the negative effects that it could have on a wrestler. I do think that cause of the rarity it happens now it is a good source of heat, but if your going to rely on a relationship that it known about behind the camera then it should be established previously rather not.
After watching episode 2 of the Road to series it feels like they are going to go for the slow build for this feud instead of trying to run it into the ground early. I think that is the best way to go as it would give the company time to establish the relationship and how personal it needs to be over time rather than instantly. Done right in my opinion, this could be one of the hottest feuds in wrestling and the right thing to get momentum going for AEW. Speaking of personal the ending promo by Brandi about her career in before joining and after joining wrestling and how she views her upcoming match with Allie was well abnormal. See I never thought Brandi was a good promo before this, but after seeing the feeling and emotion she had my opinion has changed and it's clear that she has a lot potential in wrestling.