11I like Matt Hardy.

I like Orange Cassidy.

It’s really to watch AEW when they have obvious cooperation in their matches.

Here is a great example of five minutes of Youtube viewing I really cringe at.

There’s the sequence of events in the Cassidy run. Tomohiro Ishii had a lot of help from The Butcher when “they” executed that Superflex. Hardy and The Blade looking at Cassidy when he jumped to the outside is another disappointing sequence. Then there’s Hardy and The Bunny on the apron while the referee is in “the middle” of the action.

Sometimes, I really wonder why Wrestletalk and WhatCulture are overly one-sided when they talk about how crappy WWE is and how amazing AEW is.

Both companies have flaws.

This is one of them for AEW.

I know most NXT 2.0 wrestlers are green but if they develop a style in which they fight with the concealment of cooperation, this would work dividends. If AEW continues to sign the WWE released treasures (one WWE flaw), then I don’t really get why some of their wrestlers are still getting developmental contracts. There are at least three or four welcome additions from the last batch with Keith Lee and Mia Yim as potential standard-bearers for their divisions with Killer Kross and Scarlett Bordeaux also in the mix.

I doubt if these guys would work like that.