It all looks bright as new rivalries take shape, with fresh matchups occurring on a weekly basis within AEW TV. Still, as of late, it has to be stated that the promotion is becoming too packed with enough talent to the point where eventually particular talent will not be able to appear on much of AEW’s programming.
All Elite Wrestling has shown that they have one of the best rosters in all wrestling with each new signing making fans excited, this continues to occur as we have seen the likes of Claudio Castagnoli (formerly known as Cesaro) debut, further showing that Tony Khan plans on continuing to expand its roster.
I believe that the younger talent will be the ones to be impacted by the roster growth which will lead them to have minimal TV time, where they can grow and evolve. There is also the well-known talent that have faded due to all the signings, such as Lance Archer or Sonny Kiss, when they should be exposed to a broader audience as they are talented and deserve better.
Many of the problems regarding the roster growth within AEW can be solved if some talent is moved (or contracted) to Ring Of Honor, as they are eventually bound to a TV deal in a relaunch of the promotion that might surpass expectations if things are handled the right way while also signing new talent in the process.
As of now, it looks like Bryan Cage was silently moved to ROH which further shows that the idea of AEW talent moving to ROH is a high possibility while also former talent from the promotion such as The Briscoes seem to be signing new deals that will keep them in the promotion for various years.
AEW has many young talents that, if given the time to grow, can make ROH an amazing promotion that surpasses the expectations of many. ROH has enough history as it has been home to many great stars and even legends, so there is a chance that history repeats itself, and we see the rise of unknown talent if Tony Khan and his team play their cards right.
If talent is moved to ROH, It will be a win-win situation for both AEW and ROH because in the end what matters is that more talent gets the spotlight they so much deserve and demonstrate that wrestling is at its starting stages of becoming a mainstream sensation where many can be entertained.
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