AEW has a much different feel for their company than the competitors. The company has brought many aspects from pro wrestling history into their storylines. This has also brought some lapsed fans back into the fold as well.

While speaking to Saturday Night’s Main Event, Dax Harwood said that AEW is for “the wrestler’s wrestler. He then explained those comments to mean that AEW has the best of all worlds combined and the competition is also incredibly thick within their roster of talent.

“I think AEW is for the wrestler’s wrestler, and I don’t mean the wrestler who can go out there and be the technical wrestler, or the best striker, or the best flyer, I mean the person who cares about wrestling. Man, I’m not trying to pat myself on the back, and sometimes I actually feel bad about it, but I care almost too much about wrestling. So, for me to be able to sit at my kitchen table and think about where I want to go next and what I want out of FTR next, and who we want to make the next big stars, that’s a huge accomplishment for me but also this gratification for me and for Cash as well.

We’ll have to see what FTR are able to do next. The Top Guys left WWE and entered WWE with a full tank of gas and ready to go. They also really enjoy being a part of a company where Tony Khan’s booking is so vastly different from Vince McMahon’s.

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