AEW All Out will be remembered fondly by fans for a lot of reasons. On top of the great matches, it also featured several shocking debuts. Adam Cole made his debut at the end of the show as Cole made it clear he sided with Kenny Omega and the rest of the Elite.
That wasn’t the only debut that took place during the segment. Right after Cole debuted, Bryan Danielson made pro wrestling fans go crazy after making his debut as well.
The two back to back shocking debuts truly elevated AEW’s stock and helped the company become a huge topic of discussion that is unlikely to stop anytime soon. Chris Jericho certainly approved of the pay-per-view’s huge success.
While speaking to Busted Open Radio, Adam Cole was asked about AEW getting mainstream attention after AEW All Out as major outlets such as ESPN covered it. Adam Cole gave solid evidence to prove that AEW was getting mainstream attention.
“I can speak personally on this, which is pretty crazy, so I know that a lot of people who follow me know that I have Twitch channel. And Twitch is that very, very popular platform, very much that 18-35 male demographic and I’ve had one for quite some time and I ended up streaming the day after my All Out debut and it was the most insane number, like, quadruple of what I normally have. Which again, is a testament to what type of people and what type of mainstream attention that AEW gets, even in the Twitch atmosphere.
Like you said, ESPN and all these other outlets, by just running their show so the reach AEW has now, I’ve seen first hand in addition to the company seeing it so much instead. It’s so exciting to be a part of.”
With AEW having all the momentum in the world right now, it remains to be seen how they will capitalize on it as fans will get to see what happens in the coming months.
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