I came across a report that said Kairi Sane will be returning to Japan with her husband and will only wrestle in Japan for another year or so before retiring. If this does turn out to be true it will be an unfortunate turn of events considering she defeated Charlotte and Rhea for the title and just started getting her shot on top of NXT. Fact is though with the current situation and her earlier desire to return to Japan after being miss used by WWE it was clear Sane wasn't long for the WWE or NXT.
Consider this at Fyer Fest the match between Cody and Jack Swagger ends with an interesting turn of events after Swagger jumps the referee for the poor job he did in the match. Swagger would get suspended 10 days for his actions and joining a list of talent that disappeared. Swagger's suspension reeks of inconsistency though, because they take better care of the referees then the refs enforce the rules. One of my minor gripes with AEW and in some cases WWE is that if a referee doesn't look like he knows what he is doing we as fans notice and it happens often it can take you out of the match. Especially if from inconsistent enforcement of the pre-existing rules that the company had made the official rules (for example: 10 count outside the ring).
Often in tag matches especially previously enforced rules were not enforced as a tool to keep the action going. The reality is if you don't enforce a rule or twice it's fine, but if you do it over and over then the fans will begin to think "okay that rule doesn't matter." Rules are in place in wrestling to help with the immersion and is ways for heels to make you hate them. The way things use to be is that it was up to the referee to know when to look and not for plausible deniability would sometimes help get the match back on track if needed. A good referee is as important to a wrestling show as wrestlers that know the craft. I dig to deep to find a gripe sometimes, but the fact is if a rule worked once and it was established as a rule then it must be for enforced time and again to prove it matters and isn't something that is changed at a moments notice cause it fit shortsighted thinking. In wrestling though it needs to be look at from a bigger picture and not a shortsighted lens, because then you'd only see part of the picture and may not know how to proceed.