4 reasons why a competition between All Elite Wrestling and WWE will benefit all
All Elite Wrestling was announced on 1 January this year, and since its announcement, the company has kept the fans on the edge of their seats, as they anxiously wait for the next announcement from this newly formed company.
While the company is new, it is creating waves, and fans are involved in anything the company talks about. They recently did a rally to announce the newest members of their roster, and with Chris Jericho joining them, All Elite Wrestling has really picked up the pace.
The company has some of the best names in the field of professional wrestling, while some others are still waiting to make it to their talent pool. With rumours of Goldberg along with other legends joining the company, the newly formed company could be planning to challenge the veteran WWE head-on.
If that is the case, and Cody Rhodes and his team are planning to change the landscape of pro wrestling, then it would be a beneficial thing for the fans, and here's why.
#1 More action
With the landscape of wrestling bigger than ever, this competition will bring in more action for wrestling fans. There used to be a time when WWE and WCW fought for the right to be called the winner of Monday Night Wars.
A small mistake from WCW cost the company a lot, but it did create a lot of action for the fans who had an option aside WWE, and vice-versa.
If the companies go into an all-out war for the right to be called the best in the business, and give the fans what they want, then we could be in for some great in-ring action.
#2 Better content
With the recent changes in the WWE, we have seen some great content in NXT, better than the weekly shows. But with new competition, the company would try everything in its power to stay ahead of the competition.
On the other hand, AEW is new, and any content created by them would be loved by the fans, but even they are aware that bad content can't sustain, and would doom the overall product.
It is therefore good for the fans who are in dire need of some good content on weekly shows, and if AEW ups their game, WWE would have to come up with creative and unpredictable ways to keep the fans involved.
The predictable outcomes of the matches have made the overall WWE product not worthy of the viewers' time, but with good content, fans will have a rich pick on what they want to watch.