7 WWE Superstars who would be ideal for AEW
After the Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes proved that they could sell out 10,000 seats at All In, fans started speculating that a new promotion would be launched that would take the wrestling world by storm.
Well, that has now come to fruition with the official announcement of All Elite Wrestling (AEW). The company will be owned by Shahid Khan and Tony Khan.
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AEW have been busy recruiting talent with lucrative contracts and promising equal pay for both men and women.
As of now, their roster looks promising with wrestlers like Chris Jericho, Cody, The Young Bucks, ‘Hangman’ Page, Christopher Daniels and many more jumping on board.
That being said, a lot of the WWE talent must also be looking for a way to join AEW. WWE has a huge talent pool of wrestlers but there are many of them who are unhappy about their position within the company.
These WWE superstars may soon look to leave WWE and join AEW where they could be given a much better opportunity to shine.
Here, we have listed 10 WWE wrestlers who should leave WWE for AEW.
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#7 Dolph Ziggler
Dolph Ziggler is just one of those wrestlers fans want to cheer for but his poor booking has definitely let his fans down.
For many years, Ziggler’s in-ring skills have captivated audiences. He has evolved with time and has only gotten better.
However, his efforts have only earned him a couple of main event pushes over the past few years.
‘The Showoff’ hasn’t been involved in many noteworthy storylines and spent the better part of 2018 trying to prove that he isn’t a weak link.
Hence, now would be the perfect time as any to jump ship and join AEW where his talents and skills would be much appreciated.
Look what leaving WWE did for Cody Rhodes. Not too long ago Cody was in a much worse position than Ziggler, but today Cody remains one of the most talked about wrestlers in the indies. The same could happen with Ziggler if he decides to leave WWE for AEW.
It would turn out to be a win-win situation of everyone involved except WWE since they would lose one of their strongest mid-card wrestlers.