Omega vs. Pac was alright. The cracker barrel match was fucking embarassing and I was embarrassed watching it. The womens match sucked, no one cared. The tag match sucked worse, no one cared even more. Cody vs. Spears was alright but by far the weakest of Codys smoke and mirror spectacle filled PPV matches, People blowing loads over Arn when WWE did that same spot 17 years ago. Like yay. The ladder match was great for what it was and the ME was good, but not great, mainly because no one in the crowd bought Page as a world title level competitor, and nor should they.I agree, I bought it to watch Moxley.
When he pulled out my interest plummeted. Luckily the ME saved the show.
The fact that anyone actually buys traditional PPVs anymore is almost as laughable as people thinking that is a legitimate way to judge a companies worth.
They lost 10% on PPV but gain more on FiteTV, ITV and B/R Live.You can make that argument for WWE because of the network, but there is no AEW network. PPV buys are a large (and only atm) part of their revenue, which directly contributes to their worth. Losing 10% of your audience in a few months is a huge deal.
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