Not so fast. AEW has done quite a few things well in its just over three years of existence. One of their best things has been its pay per view events. The events are the most important for AEW as the company gets to showcase their biggest stars and matches. Those shows have to be followed up though, and now one of the followups will be a bit different than advertised.

Following this weekend’s Double Or Nothing event, AEW announced that a ten man tag team match would take place this week on Dynamite. The match would see the Undisputed Elite face Jurassic Express/Christian Cage/Hardys. However, AEW has since updated the announcement and turned it into an eight man tag, with Jeff Hardy and Adam Cole removed from the match. There is no word on why the changes were made.

Opinion: I’m not sure what is going on here but maybe Cole and Hardy are just both banged up after Double Or Nothing. This could be something that is very simple and easily explained, which would certainly be a good result. Cole and Hardy had some hard matches on Sunday and it would be nice to see them on Dynamite with nothing wrong and everything as it should be.

What do you think of the change? How do you see the match going? Let us know in the comments below.

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