Rocky Romero States AEW Wrestlers Should Work In Japan

Romero Believes Less Experienced AEW Wrestlers Should Be Sent to Japan

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Rocky Romero States AEW Wrestlers Should Work In Japan

Many critics and fans have noticed that AEW wrestlers ‘botch’ a lot of their moves. Many people believe that it is due to a lack of experience working on a live television show. Most AEW wrestlers are indie wrestlers and AEW does not have a training center yet.

WWE on the other hand has coaches and a Performance Center. Wrestlers can master their craft over there and that is the reason why the WWE wrestlers do not botch moves as frequently as AEW wrestlers do.

Romero Believes Less Experienced AEW Wrestlers Should Be Sent to Japan

Rocky Romero, a mid-card AEW wrestler, recently appeared on the AEW Unrestricted podcast.

He believes that AEW wrestlers should work in Japan to gain experience which will hopefully help them perform better in the ring. NJPW and AEW already have a fantastic relationship. They have collaborated several times in the past.

Rocky believes that NJPW might be open to letting AEW wrestlers train with them once their relationship becomes stronger. "I hope that we will see more AEW wrestlers, especially the younger talent, coming over to Japan and working in New Japan and getting those reps in so they can come back," he said.

"Almost like in New Japan, they have a thing where they send young wrestlers, rookie wrestlers, on an excursion. I think New Japan could be a thing for that for certain talents to come over." AEW has sent its wrestlers in the past to Japan for shows.

However, the wrestlers that were sent were big names already. Jon Moxley was sent numerous times, but he already has experience working on live television. Romero believes the less experienced wrestlers should be sent. This will help the wrestlers that don’t appear on AEW TV regularly gain experience.

He also believes that it will strengthen NJPW’s and AEW’s relationship. "And also working with our sister company Stardom for the women's division," Romero said. "I think that can be something really cool and vice-verse I think it could really work out for both companies." The AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door event took place last week.

NJPW wrestlers appeared on the show. However, we saw no wrestlers from Stardom appear. This was mainly due to the fact that Stardom already have an event scheduled. Tony Khan has made it clear that he does wish to work with any promotion in the world if they wish to collaborate with AEW.

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