RIGHT: Pay-Per-View Filled With Surprises

The PPV was filled with decent cameos from superstars like Orange Cassidy and Arn Anderson, while LAX made their debut just before the main event. PPVs are a good place to amp up the surprise factor with a run-in every now and then, and it was good to see AEW doing the same.

Such moments get the fans talking, and are a good way to get people talking about the PPV.

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WRONG: Shawn Spears Finds Himself In The Lower Card Once Again

Shawn Spears left WWE to venture into greener pastures earlier this year and made his debut for AEW in the Battle Royal at AEW Double or Nothing. He turned heel by attacking Cody at Fyter Fest, which led to a match at All Out.

Cody is already a big name in the company, courtesy of his amazing independent career in the last few years. On the other hand, Shawn Spears struggled to find a proper place for himself on WWE television for a long time. A victory for Spears would have helped him get some momentum, and give AEW a good heel in its roster. However, Spears now looks to be in the same position as he was in WWE, which is not a great sign for the superstar.