- Oct 31, 2017
Hmm, for $50, I can watch one show of Cody, Kenny, and The Buck's vanity promotion or a month of New Japan World for the G-1, a month of Stardom, a month of DDT Universe, and still have some leftover for the WWE Network.
It makes sense given it's part of a show and went on for too long last year but it feels too rushed now. The Janken tournament was never fun because it was a shoot rock, paper, scissors tournament. It was fun because of the wrestlers fucking about with each other like Kyona's becoming hated by everyone due to her bullshit heel mind games and Hiromi's 5 star performances. Still Toni, Sumire, Tam, and Natsuko did some good stuff.
For me it would be New Japan, a GCW show and som left over.
He's also the same guy who said this:
I think the large point is that njpw gives you more for 1/5 of the price.
Again, that's obvious trolling at best, blatant homophobia/biphobia at worst. All of Kenny's comments on the record have been to the tune of him being unsure of his own sexuality and not wanting to put a label on it, but of course he turned down WWE so that idiot thinks it's either 1) okay to invalidate his identity and the identities of posters here who've explained before they're in a similar position, or 2) funny to do so. Either way, shit's flat-out Disgusting, it's not the first time he's done disgusting shit on here, and I genuinely don't comprehend why it's tolerated so heavily
https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/all-elite-wrestling-tnt-aew-1203207820/First up under this new deal will be AEW’s inagural pay-per-view, Double or Nothing, taking place in Las Vegas on May 25. Double or Nothing will stream exclusively on WarnerMedia’s B/R Live while also being available on pay-per-view, as will future AEW events like those already set for June and July. An hour-long Double or Nothing pre-show will also air on WarnerMedia and AEW social media channels.
PR, their official social media accounts, and their website seems to be their weakness thus far.
I'm expecting the Jacksonville thing to cost money. Would be incredibly nice if it didn't, but since it's already a charity show I can see them wanting to make more money to send more profits to the benefit, and any PPV price would help noticeably more with that than just ticket saleshttps://variety.com/2019/tv/news/all-elite-wrestling-tnt-aew-1203207820/
Wonder if they'll stream Fyter (or however you spell it) and the Jacksonville show for free or if that's gonna cost $$$ too
Cody is against unions, JR has made transphobic remarks in the past, doesn't sound like they're going to have a wellness policy and the Khans have supported the Trump campaign in the past.