In an unforeseen move certain to ignite excitement among wrestling enthusiasts, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has ingeniously introduced a legitimate last-minute addition to its highly anticipated “Title Tuesday” episode of Dynamite, slated for a pulsating clash with WWE’s NXT this October 10th.
Tailoring a night that already promised high-octane encounters, including Adam Copeland's debut match, AEW’s sudden insertion of a ‘Buy In’ match, exclusively broadcast on social media and YouTube, speaks volumes about the pitched battle for audience capture unfolding between AEW and NXT.
Contrastingly, on the USA Network, WWE is not holding back either, parading a star-studded lineup with luminaries such as Asuka, John Cena, Paul Heyman, and The Undertaker, all scheduled to grace the screen in varying capacities.
Additionally, both wrestling powerhouses have declared an overrun and will roll out a commercial-free first 30 minutes to further tantalize fans, highlighting their relentless pursuit to outdo each other.
Meltzer Highlights Strategy
Esteemed commentator, Dave Meltzer, spotlighted the magnitude and implications of the imminent clash on Wrestling Observer Radio, elucidating that AEW’s decision to integrate a Buy In to Dynamite was undeniably a spontaneous one, signifying both its audacity and calculated risk.
He accentuated the spontaneous character of the addition, with Eddie Kingston scheduled to defend his New Japan Strong and ROH World titles against Minoru Suzuki on various digital platforms. Despite an estimated viewership of around 100,000, Meltzer contextualized this maneuver not as a decisive edge, but certainly as a noteworthy strategy, recalling similar scenarios like the bout between Bryan Danielson and Minoru Suzuki.
Apart from this, Dynamite intends to dial up the intensity with Saraya daringly putting the AEW Women’s Title at stake against Hikaru Shida, and Jon Moxley stepping into the ring to challenge Rey Fenix for the International Championship.
These fiercely competitive and high-stakes matches, further enriched by the unexpected Buy In, undeniably amplify the viewer's dilemma on October 10th, constructing a scenario where fans stand to gain the most from this enthralling AEW vs. NXT spectacle.