AEW Dynamite went down this week, but some fans were a bit surprised by the end of the broadcast. The company did not announce a single match for Rampage this week, so nobody knew what those matches are going to be. That being said, you can click here for our full spoilers on Rampage this week. It seems that television viewership is not AEW’s primary focus right now.
AEW has two big events in the pipeline, a week apart from each other. All In London is going down on August 27th, and All Out will take place on September 3rd. That being said, Tony Khan is trying to recreate failed Vince McMahon experiment with that booking schedule.
During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that AEW’s primary focus is not Rampage or Collision right now. This could explain why they didn’t announce any Rampage, or new Collision, matches during Dynamite this week.
Here’s the deal, their priority is Wembley Stadium. Their priority is not the ratings on Friday or Satuday. Their priority right now is Wembley, so that’s the focus. They have a lot of masters to fill, but their big one right now is Wembley. That is why they didn’t announce stuff or do other angles, because they didn’t do anything but angles for Wembley tonight, sadly many of them were similar, and it’s always the heels beating down the babyfaces.
You can check out an updated All In London card here. They even added a Stadium Stampede match to the show this week on Dynamite.
We’ll have to see how All In London comes together. The card has a few matches on it so far, and a couple were added this week on Dynamite. That being said, Tony Khan doesn’t want to focus on anything else.
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