Hand it over. There are different kinds of title reigns in wrestling and they can all end in different ways. Occasionally you will see them last for a very long time while others come and go rather quickly. It can be interesting to see how different title reigns go in various ways and now another one has come to an end after a few unique twists with everything involved.
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Over the weekend at Revolution, Wardlow defeated Samoa Joe to win the TNT Title for the second time. Wardlow then went on to defend the title against Powerhouse Hobbs this week on Dynamite after Hobbs won the Face of the Revolution ladder match to earn a title shot. Hobbs went on to win the title with the help of QT Marshall, winning his first title in AEW. The loss ends Wardlow’s reign at three days, the shortest in the title’s history.
This was a big deal. Check out the title change and the new champion in action:
Opinion: This is quite the fast title change and I’m not entirely sure why AEW changed the title so fast. There are multiple ways to have Wardlow drop the title but having it take place three days after he won it is a little weird. What matters is that Hobbs won his first championship and can go on to do something else in the future. This was an interesting result, but Hobbs winning is a good thing.
What do you think of the title change? How will the new reign go? Let us know in the comments below.
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