Brodie telling those jobbers where to be!!! That shit was fantastic.
We've only seen him in WWE where it's not a wrestler's decision to connect with the crowd. You can't judge him, yet.Im all for this fun storyline and the cool video packages. I just want everyone to remember this guy aint going to get over like MJF or Hangman.He does not have that fan connect ability.
The Dark Order didn't start talking about The Exalted One until some time after their existence. So, based on the timeline, I believe that Uno, Grayson and that dude from the recruitment videos were the first members and Brodie joined sometime later.Vince also supposedly demanded to eat first at a steak house or something - that whole skit was a jab at Vince. Has Dark Order become the equivalent of "Billionaire Ted" sketches?
Dark Order has had so many stops and starts. They really need to pick a direction and retcon it to work. Was Brodie always the big boss behind the Dark Order or is he the new Exalted One? If he is new - How did he take over? And if he's always been the Exalted One than what is the purpose of them originally in AEW, what is his beef with The Elite etc?
I mean what Vince and WWE deserve or don't deserve doesn't really have anything to do with this, at least not to me. What matters is if it’s good or not.Wwe fired a man on his wedding day...!!! They deserve any and ALL pettiness aimed in their direction. And I'm the furthest thing from a fan of punk, but let's call a spade a spade here.
I don’t watch WWE, and I certainly don’t know the inner McMahon pet peeves. So, I had no clue what the rub on the segment was, but I liked it.I mean what Vince and WWE deserve or don't deserve doesn't really have anything to do with this, at least not to me. What matters is if it’s good or not.
And what we saw last night? I mean it was cute and all that because I got the reference. But that’s all this segment felt like. A jab at Vince. Take that away and it’s a goofy and awkward segment that really doesn’t play to Brodie’s strengths.