It was nice while it lasted. AEW is a promotion with a large roster and only a few hours of television a week. As a result, their best option is to have several of their wrestlers put together in stables. This has been the case since the company was founded, but sometimes those stables have major issues. That was on display again this week, as a long running stable lost a member.
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The main event of this week’s AEW Rampage saw the Dark Order team up against La Faccion Ingobernable. However, the Dark Order started the match down a man as 10 was nowhere to be seen. Later in the match, 10 arrived and turned on the Dark Order, siding with La Faccion Ingoberable. Following the match, 10 unmasked and threw his mask at Negative One, who had brought him out to the ring. This comes after weeks of Rush trying to purchase 10 from the Dark Order.
This was devastating. Check out how everything went down:
Opinion: This is something that seems to have been building for a long time now and it might be a good thing to finally pull the trigger and move on with everything. 10 finally selling out is certainly a way to go, and now I’m kind of curious to see where the story goes from here. Using Negative One is certainly a lot of tugging at the heartstrings, and AEW is going all out on this one.
What did you think of the angle? Where do you see it going? Let us know in the comments below.
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