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Was AEW Blood and Guts a Success? Fans Give Their Verdict After the Show

Published 05/06/2021, 8:30 AM EDT

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AEW Dynamite Blood & Guts provided a magnificent experience to the viewers. The match card was great, and the pro-wrestlers showed extreme in-ring skills.

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The AEW Universe reacted to the event on social media. AEW thoroughly impressed them with the visceral violence that has become a rarity in the WWE-dominated wrestling landscape.

Amidst a stellar card, the main event received the most appreciation. It was the clash of the factions – The Pinnacle vs. The Inner Circle. The build up to this match was well done, and everyone knew and was invested in the story behind the match.


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This knowledge hyped the match further. In fact, it is possible the company will continue to keep The Pinnacle and The Inner Circle as rivals until the next PPV.

While everyone enjoyed the match, several fans did not like the ending. In fact, many of them criticized the ending where MJF threw Jericho off the roof of the steel cage.

Keeping that aside, both MJF and Jericho were busted open during their fight on the roof of the steel cage.

The AEW Universe also showered heavy praise on Kenny Omega and Sammy Guevara.

Now that Tony Khan and co. have produced such a successful event, fans want Khan to bring some more former WWE Superstars to AEW. This includes recently released Samoa Joe and “retired” Daniel Bryan.

Undoubtedly, the fans will look forward to AEW’s next PPV. Not only that, fans will definitely tune in for AEW Dynamite coming week to understand how the storylines will progress.

AEW revealed the match card for next week

The company has revealed some matches for the upcoming week, which indicate the next rivals for some champions.

TNT Champion Darby Allin will face former WWE Superstar Miro a.k.a. Rusev. If Allin is unable to compete for any reason, he will need to forfeit the title.


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The Young Bucks will take on AEW Tag Team Champions, SUC.

Jon Moxley will take on AEW Champion Kenny Omega.


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Finally, Cody Rhodes will be making an announcement for the upcoming AEW PPV – Double or Nothing.


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Undoubtedly, AEW is giving major competition to the industry giant, WWE. It started with major Superstars transitioning from WWE to AEW, and then fans following their favourite pro-wrestlers.

Soon enough, if things continue this way, AEW’s weekly shows will be at par with Raw and SmackDown.

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Written by:

Shuvangi Sen Chaudhury


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Shuvangi is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. She has over 1000 published WWE articles and also has experience in content operations with Forbes. Having completed her undergraduation from Royal Holloway, University of London, Shuvangi is closely aligned to the fitness industry, having amateur skills levels in tennis and basketball while rowing at a regatta level.
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