Now there is one last stop before we land in Chicago for Revolution at this point I would call Chicago the home away from home for AEW as they have played host to a number of major events in the short history of AEW so far. Since Full Gear last November one thing has been the talk of wrestling and that is the tense rivalry between MJF and Cody. For once these two have been feuding for months at this point and have yet to touch or compete against one another which is a rarity in wrestling these days. From the start MJF has played the douchey heel to perfection and Cody has worked his way up from the bottom after losing it all against Jericho thanks to MJF.
For the first time we had the chance to catch a glimpse of MJF's bodyguard Wardlow and from the small sample size we received I was impressed with the big man and he seems to have build-able potential. Following the show Cody opened up and why Atlanta has a special place in his heart other than it being in his hometown. I never saw Cody as a leader of a company, but over the last few years he has proven me wrong and showed just how much potential WWE truly did leave on the table.
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