It’s already over. AEW has quite a few strengths and one of its most important is the roster. The company has an amazing collection of talent, with wrestlers from around the world and across a variety of generations. It makes for some interesting matches and showdowns, but now we might be seeing quite the change from something that was not exactly long established in AEW.
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AEW Collision debuted in June and featured a variety of wrestlers who had not made many appearances on Dynamite. This was seen as a “soft” brand split with wrestlers mainly staying on one show or another. However, according to Wrestling Observer Radio, the brand split is already over and wrestlers will be appearing on both shows regularly going forward. This comes after CM Punk, who had unofficially been in charge of Collision, was fired from AEW over the weekend.
Collision has done well in its short history. Check out what the brand split did for it so far:
Opinion: I’m not exactly surprised by this but I’m also a bit worried about what this means for the future of Collision. There was something very fun about having Collision be the show that felt different and now I’m not sure what Collision is going to be going forward. Having it be the second half of Dynamite for the week is not a good idea, and now we need to see where they are going.
What do you think of the change? How should Collision be different than Dynamite? Let us know in the comments below.
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