Mercedes Moné Reportedly To Make AEW Debut dynamite: Big Business, scheduled to take place at TD Garden in Boston.
Mercedes Monet She has been out for approximately nine months after suffering an ankle injury during a match against Willow Nightingale at NJPW Resurgence. Before joining NJPW, she was popular in WWE under the name Sasha Banks.
Last week, AEW left a huge tip About Mercedes Moné’s debut on Dynamite: Big Business. Fans have been buzzing about the event ever since. While many believed Mercedes Moné’s arrival in AEW would be a huge event, Dave Meltzer predicted the opposite. wrestling watch radio.
“Mercedes, the show in Boston, I think sold about 5,700 tickets the other day, which is obviously very good for an AEW show. It hasn’t peaked yet. I don’t think it’s going to be a sellout. It’s only been a few weeks, actually.” [1:32 – 1:58]
What does Dave Meltzer think of Mercedes Moné, Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada joining AEW?
Kazuchika Okada and Will Osprey also appear to be heading to AEW Mercedes MonetThese three superstars have earned considerable reputations over the years, establishing their names within the radius.
Despite being so popular among fans, Meltzer – in the same version mentioned above Wrestling Observer Radio – Said that the joining of these three stars to AEW will not change the fans’ view of the company.
“Of the three big free agents — Will Osprey, Okada and Mercedes — they got all three in this round, however, the company’s view is that if this is a Years ago or 18 months ago, they signed these three guys and were like, “Oh my gosh, it’s going to turn it around,” and it probably won’t turn around, it’ll just get bigger. But now, that’s the way the company sees it ‘s, they have to do something about it” perception. Because it went down. ” [0:45 – 1:23]
Lately, the wrestling world has been disappointed with Tony Khan because they felt he wasn’t utilizing the talents of his roster properly. Fans are unhappy with talent booking. As a result, AEW’s ticket sales and viewership are declining.
Meltzer believes Khan must first address the root of the problem so that adding top stars to the promotion can help increase profits.
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