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AEW Backstage Described As “Chaotic” and “Very Frustrating” By Source

It’s important to keep in mind a few things when reading these comments. For starters, this is just one source speaking to one podcast. Not to discount what is being said—it’s not the first fans have heard of frustrations backstage at AEW—but allowing this anonymous individual to essentially speak for the entire locker room is a slippery slope. Still, even from the outside, audiences could understand why wrestlers who signed the dotted line earlier in AEW’s existence are upset as former WWE performers enter the promotion to the tune of millions of dollars and tons of airtime.

This was always going to be the tightrope that AEW needed to walk. Although easy to forget, there was a point not too long ago when IMPACT featured a roster loaded with homegrown talent, and they were doing a lot of damage in the ratings. In the early 2010s, they were occasionally roping in more than one million viewers for their weekly shows, sometimes doing upwards of 1.5 million. AEW isn’t coming close to the latter number, yet they continue to absorb wrestlers at an alarming rate. AEW Rampage has been better as of late, but there still isn’t nearly enough television time to go around based on the aptitude that is in place. And it’s tough to make new stars when old ones are still hanging around and hoovering up angles and television time.

Sources: The Flagship Wrestling Podcast, WhatCulture.com


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AEW Backstage Described As “Chaotic” and “Very Frustrating” By Source

It’s important to keep in mind a few things when reading these comments. For starters, this is just one source speaking to one podcast. Not to discount what is being said—it’s not the first fans have heard of frustrations backstage at AEW—but allowing this anonymous individual to essentially speak for the entire locker room is a slippery slope. Still, even from the outside, audiences could understand why wrestlers who signed the dotted line earlier in AEW’s existence are upset as former WWE performers enter the promotion to the tune of millions of dollars and tons of airtime.

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This was always going to be the tightrope that AEW needed to walk. Although easy to forget, there was a point not too long ago when IMPACT featured a roster loaded with homegrown talent, and they were doing a lot of damage in the ratings. In the early 2010s, they were occasionally roping in more than one million viewers for their weekly shows, sometimes doing upwards of 1.5 million. AEW isn’t coming close to the latter number, yet they continue to absorb wrestlers at an alarming rate. AEW Rampage has been better as of late, but there still isn’t nearly enough television time to go around based on the aptitude that is in place. And it’s tough to make new stars when old ones are still hanging around and hoovering up angles and television time.

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Sources: The Flagship Wrestling Podcast, WhatCulture.com

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AEW Backstage Described As “Chaotic” and “Very Frustrating” By Source

It’s important to keep in mind a few things when reading these comments. For starters, this is just one source speaking to one podcast. Not to discount what is being said—it’s not the first fans have heard of frustrations backstage at AEW—but allowing this anonymous individual to essentially speak for the entire locker room is a slippery slope. Still, even from the outside, audiences could understand why wrestlers who signed the dotted line earlier in AEW’s existence are upset as former WWE performers enter the promotion to the tune of millions of dollars and tons of airtime.

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This was always going to be the tightrope that AEW needed to walk. Although easy to forget, there was a point not too long ago when IMPACT featured a roster loaded with homegrown talent, and they were doing a lot of damage in the ratings. In the early 2010s, they were occasionally roping in more than one million viewers for their weekly shows, sometimes doing upwards of 1.5 million. AEW isn’t coming close to the latter number, yet they continue to absorb wrestlers at an alarming rate. AEW Rampage has been better as of late, but there still isn’t nearly enough television time to go around based on the aptitude that is in place. And it’s tough to make new stars when old ones are still hanging around and hoovering up angles and television time.

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Sources: The Flagship Wrestling Podcast, WhatCulture.com

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