Originally published at ASK-A-WAI: Ask Us Anything! (October 2021) - POST Wrestling | WWE NXT AEW NJPW UFC Podcasts, News, Reviews
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John Pollock and Wai Ting answer their patrons’ questions from the POST Wrestling Forum in the October 2021 edition of Ask-A-Wai. 2 hours of discussion on topics such as:
- Concerns over AEW’s growing roster
- What is the current No. 3 promotion in North America?
- Female representation in AEW
- Should AEW televise an Ironman match?
- Brock Lesnar and WWE PR
- What does John miss about on-camera television work?
- Podcasting as a career
- The Ali Act
- Dream matches involving wrestling holograms
- … more
Patrons can submit questions for future editions of the show by logging into the forum and visiting the thread here.
No offense to the person who asked because we all have the right to ask a Wai, but you can’t force inclusion on the main show with AEW and lack of women. I’m black and I understand the criticism of lack of black wrestlers after All Out but here’s the issue a lot of the sentiment were from the usual bad faith people who alway have a criticism of AEW and that felt like a Hail Mary complaint after a universally beloved show. So credit to Tony Khan for hearing the complaints and adding Dante vs Hobbs, with that they couldn’t just put Shawn Dean vs Scorpio Sky. So for the women yes there should probably be a female voice on the main shows with 4 people on Rampage but in ring AEW is miles behind having quality women talent and talent you can put on National TV for 6-12 minutes, and I don’t think Jazz or the former Victoria in WWE make a difference