REWIND-A-RAW 9/6/21: Charlotte vs. Nia Jax II, All Out Fallout

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John Pollock & Wai Ting chat WWE Raw from Miami with the highly-anticipated rematch between Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax, fallout from AEW All Out, Bryan Danielson, CM Punk & Adam Cole speak & more.

Intro & Announcements


  • The fallout from AEW All Out
  • Utami Hayashishita vs. Syuri rematch
  • CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Adam Cole speak
  • AEW Full Gear moved to 11/13
  • Being the Elite feat. Adam Cole
  • Several names added to NJPW Strong in Philadelphia
  • NXT lineup for Tuesday

WWE Raw: Raw brought Tag Team Turmoil to Miami with a match that literally lasted for the entire show featuring eight teams including WWE Champion Bobby Lashley & MVP. Throughout the weekend, WWE threatened to deliver the rematch between Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax and this was not a match they would forget to deliver on. All your favorites including Karrion Kross with a Drip Stick, Lilly confronts Charlotte Flair, and Drake Maverick returns to Raw.

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Wai said something about WWE not caring about what AEW does but we already know their network partners care particularly about Punk and Bryan joining AEW.

I’ll float this into the ether as it relates to the competition-or-Not-competition:

I’m not rooting for the demise of WWE, I’m rooting for the rise of AEW and part of that is breaking the perception that WWE is Wrestling and that WWE fans and remaining hardcores are, and or have been conditioned to accept sh*t and smile for 20 years without a viable alternative.

My hope isn’t WWE fails or crashes. It’s that they are backed into a corner where the only option is to sell the company and that results in new ownership/leadership restoring its former glory. Look what Disney has done for Star Wars or how mainstream they’ve made Marvel. Disney or another entity could restore WWE, and we know Vince will not.

It would be cruel to root for the demise of a place that employs so many hard working deserving talent and employees. I’ll never root for that. Any anti WWE rhetoric for me is always about the way it is managed and run and squarely on leadership and the ruling family.
I will root for the changing of the company over from a morally and creatively bankrupt leadership team today to something that will benefit all consumers. If that means wanting to see WWE skate on very thin ice or even fall through, before a change in leadership is made so be it.

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