WWE takes a shot at AEW

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WWE takes a shot at AEW

In the past few years, there has been a discussion that has been going on for weeks between McMahon's WWE and the Khan family's AEW, with Vince himself giving obviously unsolicited "advice" to the rival company, after watching several matches.

very bloody in the various ppv or in the special episodes of the rival federation. At one point, Vince himself had defined the AEW style, a "blood & guts" style, with the Jacksonville company that in response also created a ppv, with the same words, just to mimic the words of the Chairman of the WWE.

Apparently, in the last few years, in fact, WWE would have stopped using gratuitous violence or blood sought and wanted in their matches, although until a few years ago it was also the practice in the WWE rings, with several wrestlers who had the blade job as an ace in the hole and practiced it very frequently.

WWE slams AEW

WWE's statement on AEW's recent street fight has got the wrestling community talking. Tay Conti, Anna Jay, and The Bunny wasted no time in firing shots at the Connecticut-based company on social media.

Apparently, Vince McMahon would once again emphasize how wrong he thinks the somewhat too violent style of the Khan family is on the television screens of the various weekly and monthly appointments of the company, McMahon once again seemingly not remembering what the WWF was in the Attitude Era, made up of gratuitous violence and content forbidden to children under 14.

In an article published just a few days ago on the Toronto Star, there is in fact a long page in which Vince McMahon wanted to give his contribution, with the WWE Chairman who in fact said about All Elite Wrestling: "If you look at their bloody self-mutilation, which was also staged in the women's match on December 31st in the event on TNT, it is immediately clear that ours are two completely different businesses.

Let's hope they don't continue this blood and guts policy with these bloody things they've already brought to the scene, which would be a horrible thing and I couldn't imagine, I can't speak for TNT, but I can't imagine what they could still do worse than that."

Apparently, Vince McMahon seems to have forgotten everything that happened on his rings at the turn of the 90s-2000s, with the bloodiest and bloodiest matches in the entire history of pro-wrestling, partly taken from the ECW style or style Japanese, with the same Vince who became the protagonist of several disputes in which he too was a mask of blood.