AEW’s newest weekly television show, Collision, has faced criticism from fans due to reports suggesting that it is heavily centered around CM Punk with a soft roster split. However, despite initial ratings decline, the show has recently seen an increase in viewership. Top AEW star Britt Baker addressed the criticism and the show’s progress in a recent interview with TV Insider.

According to Baker, Collision is a work in progress, and it will take time to find the right formula for the show. She expressed her confidence in AEW President Tony Khan’s ability to handle the situation, considering his track record of successfully navigating the challenges of building a brand-new wrestling company in just a few short years.

“I think it’s a work in progress. It’s going to take time to see what the best equation is here. I think there is no better person to handle that than Tony Khan. I put full faith and trust in him. He has done such a good job navigating the waters of a brand-new company in just a few short years.”

Baker acknowledged the excitement of having multiple shows to accommodate AEW’s large and talented roster. However, she recognized the challenge of showcasing everyone in the limited TV time available. She believes that finding the best way to tell the stories of AEW’s talent is essential for the show’s success.


“I think it’s exciting we have so many shows because we do have a huge roster and such a hugely talented roster, which is a blessing and a curse because you want to showcase everyone. The more the merrier as far as TV time. We just need to find the best way to tell these stories.”

As AEW continues to evolve and grow, the company remains committed to experimenting and adapting to ensure that all its talent gets the opportunity to shine on television and provide the best possible entertainment for the fans.

What are your thoughts on AEW’s newest show, Collision? Do you believe it’s finding the right formula and striking a good balance with its talent roster? Leave us a comment.

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