Hearing the Vice President of Business explain not only how committed Tony Khan is to All Elite, but also the reason for the event as a whole. Overall the fact that AEW is putting together an event dedicated to those who have been affected by gun violence is a testament to how the issue has affected everyone in different ways. As mentioned Tony Khan lived only blocks away from the shooting that took place a the Madden Tournament last year. I don't think that I need to put much emphasis on the importance of Fight For the Fallen, because I don't think that I need to tell you not just from a wrestling standpoint, but a standpoint of being a good person it's a big event the young company.
As far as the matches built up in this episode what is there to say about the upcoming match between the Rhodes & Young Bucks. A match that will include four of the best wrestlers in the world today colliding together for the first time ever. It is amazing to see how far the Bucks, and Cody have come in such a short time and Dustin doesn't seem like he ever ages and seems just as savy as he was 10 years ago. I am excited to see this match partially cause you never got to see Cody against the Bucks in New Japan so in turn it's something new. The only question is what else will be setting up for the show in July!!