Morale Soars High Within AEW in Recent Days

Morale Soars High Within AEW in Recent Days
This is what’s being said

All Elite Wrestling is in an interesting moment because they must secure an agreement for media rights for television before the end of this year, while also attempting to improve the situation with fans who have experienced a decrease in interest from television ratings along with live crowd attendance.


The positive side is AEW is aware of the issues and is working to make changes to make things better, while also maintaining its position as the second largest promotion in the world that includes some of the most prominent brands in the business.

AEW is preparing for its Revolution pay-per view event in the coming month. The top matches have been confirmed as well as Sting’s retirement. AEW World Heavyweight champion Samoa Joe vs. Hangman Page against. Swerve Strickland, AEW Women’s World Champion Toni Storm vs. Deonna Purrazzo along with AEW International Champion Orange Cassidy against. Roderick Strong


In the most recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer wrote, “A couple of people have reported that the spirit has picked up significantly and is at its highest ever in a while even if the audience this week was a complete disappointment for a show that was touted as the largest Dynamite show of the year.”This week’s show attracted 850,000 viewers, as well as had a 0.28 important demo rating.