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I would just like to point out that there is currently a series of complaints on Twitter from fans about AEW having $30 'cheap seat' tickets for the Double or Nothing show... because that price is TOO LOW!

Yes, wrestling fans are kicking off because a company is charging too little for tickets to their events.

Ah, 2019...

 

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4 hours ago, Egg Shen said:

There'll be some kind of backlash to the production no matter how good it looks. People are so used to the top end production of the WWE that anything beneath usually comes off looking cheap. The WWE really are at the top end of the spectrum production wise. 

To be honest, and I may be alone in this, but I feel like WWE has reached a point where it's overproduced. The spectacle is nice, but there's so many pointless bells and whistles that it detracts from the product. Hopefully AEW find a sweet spot.

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29 minutes ago, Snitsky's back acne said:

I would just like to point out that there is currently a series of complaints on Twitter from fans about AEW having $30 'cheap seat' tickets for the Double or Nothing show... because that price is TOO LOW!

Yes, wrestling fans are kicking off because a company is charging too little for tickets to their events.

Ah, 2019...

 


This reflects well on AEW though - sounds like they could have jacked up the prices but chose not to and do a solid to their fledgling fanbase. Did you want them to change their minds and charge them $300 and receive complaints that would have brought?

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58 minutes ago, WyattSheepMask said:

Which surely makes it the prime candidate to have its profile raised a bit, no? And putting it on a guy with ‚Äúloads of momentum‚ÄĚ since leaving big bad Vince¬†and whose ‚Äúchanging/revolutionising¬†¬†the business‚ÄĚ would be the¬† one to do that with.¬†

Point is, he was more worthy a champ than they've had in years (not saying much), and the title got elevated more than it had in years, even if it was in the short term. Got defended in front of 10000 fans, as the feel good factor of a show, after loads of hype packages. Not bad for a belt that's meant almost nothing for decades.

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 they might aswell have kept the belt on Aldis

Oh yes, that would have made the period far more interesting for the belt and fans

 

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55 minutes ago, AVM said:

To be honest, and I may be alone in this, but I feel like WWE has reached a point where it's overproduced. The spectacle is nice, but there's so many pointless bells and whistles that it detracts from the product. Hopefully AEW find a sweet spot.

I don't think you're alone. I find crap production off putting but WWE does  feel too shiny. Though it's not their biggest problem.

I've not really seen any criticism of All in from that POV and this stuff looked good but as Ian says, that was a lot to do with others. They're on their own here.

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1 hour ago, AVM said:

To be honest, and I may be alone in this, but I feel like WWE has reached a point where it's overproduced. 

 You're not, i agree 100%

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I like the WWE production but there's zero effort these days in terms of making shows different etc. I always loved the PPV sets but not anymore. I hope AEW can be a bit more creatice with their visuals etc.

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1 hour ago, Otto Dem Wanz said:


This reflects well on AEW though - sounds like they could have jacked up the prices but chose not to and do a solid to their fledgling fanbase. Did you want them to change their minds and charge them $300 and receive complaints that would have brought?

Not at all. I agree with you. I am just amazed people are going 'It makes AEW look low-rent charging £30 for some tickets'. Some people will complain about anything.

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8 hours ago, Egg Shen said:

There'll be some kind of backlash to the production no matter how good it looks. People are so used to the top end production of the WWE that anything beneath usually comes off looking cheap. The WWE really are at the top end of the spectrum production wise. 

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The opening scene on this week's BTE is really funny!

 

 

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19 hours ago, Michael_3165 said:

How are people in the UK going to watch these shows? I assume it will be a pay deal as they haven't got a deal with Sky etc?

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1 hour ago, MPDTT said:

The opening scene on this week's BTE is really funny!

Agree, that's amusing. I don't really get the rest though. Smoking cigars in someone's back garden and wrestling in a community centre. It doesn't say big time.

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8 minutes ago, tiger_rick said:

Agree, that's amusing. I don't really get the rest though. Smoking cigars in someone's back garden and wrestling in a community centre. It doesn't say big time.

The cigar thing is cross promotion - Cody Rhodes and Frankie Kazarian own American Rebel Cigars.

I don't get the humour behind the recent Joey Janella skits. 

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