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5 Wrestlers All Elite Wrestling should sign before the end of 2020

Nathan Smith
ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
03 Dec 2019, 23:47 IST

All Elite Wrestling
All Elite Wrestling

While AEW have mentioned that they aren't looking to bring in much more new talent, their roster has plenty of room for growth, and over the next year, we will definitely see plenty of new faces in All Elite. While there is plenty of talent throughout the roster, if the company is to become a force in professional wrestling, they will need some bigger stars, and with other performers out in the wrestling industry, there are plenty of options out there.

The Women's Division definitely needs improvement, and with the company looking to make their mark, they need an infusion of new talent every now and then, so with all that in mind here are five wrestlers All Elite Wrestling should sign before 2020 comes to an end.


#5 Flip Gordon

ROH star Flip Gordon
ROH star Flip Gordon

Flip Gordon has been connected to the stars of Bullet Club and The Elite since he entered the professional wrestling business, and once his Ring of Honor contract is up, AEW is the logical move for Flip. Gordon is one of the most naturally athletic competitors the wrestling business has ever seen, and with the new attitude he's taken up alongside Marty Scurll, he's become a well-rounded performer.

With the story he built with Cody for years, culminating in a huge moment at All In, Flip is perfect for All Elite Wrestling, and a rise through the ranks as a top babyface would be amazing. On the other hand, much like 'The Villain,' Flip was left behind by the guys of AEW, and with his recent mean streak in ROH, Flip could be a great bad guy, and has the potential to be one of the top AEW heels alongside MJF and Chris Jericho. Either way, this move makes sense for both parties, and would make this roster one of the deepest and most talented in all of professional wrestling.

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