RIGHT: The Tag-Team Division Continues To Flourish
The whole Tag-Team division of AEW was on display this weekend, with several quality teams battling it out at the PPV. The division also received a boost with the addition of a highly talented duo of LAX, who moved over to AEW from Impact.
AEW is focusing greatly on building a high-quality tag-team division, and the performance of those teams is helping the cause. All the tag-team matches were up to the mark, with Young Bucks-Lucha Brothers displaying their insane chemistry in a ladder match.
If AEW wants to compete with WWE, they have to seriously upgrade their production standards. As many fans pointed out, AEW’s production felt amateurish, and there were quite a few hiccups throughout the PPV. The Women’s Battle Royal, for instance, was a complete mess because of the camera-work.
NXT, on the other hand, is much polished when it comes to PPVs and WWE’s presentation blows AEW out of the water. However, AEW is still just four-shows-old and they’ll hopefully address the issue in the upcoming shows.