As 2024 unfolds, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is captivating audiences with a series of electrifying shows that are not only drawing in fans but also creating a buzz among the wrestlers themselves. Among the roster, FTR's Dax Harwood has emerged as a vocal proponent of the momentum AEW is building.
Fresh off a series of acclaimed matches on "AEW Collision," Harwood's enthusiasm is palpable, as he eagerly anticipates the developments the remainder of the year promises to bring. Harwood recently took to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, to share his excitement with AEW's global fanbase.
In his post, Harwood expressed gratitude for the fans' support and hinted at the exciting trajectory AEW is on. "AEW. We're building something special here, and it's an honor to have you all join us on this journey," he shared.
His comments came in the wake of a particularly thrilling episode of "Collision," which he urged fans not to miss.
Thrilling Cage Escape
In a memorable "Escape the Cage" match on the latest "Collision," Harwood, alongside Cash Wheeler and Daniel Garcia, clinched a victory against The House of Black.
The match's unique stipulation required all three team members to escape a steel cage, adding an extra layer of suspense and strategy to the encounter. AEW's CEO, Tony Khan, has set high expectations for 2024, likening it to 2021, a year fondly remembered by AEW enthusiasts as one of the company's golden periods.
Khan's optimism is not unfounded, given the influx of talent AEW has welcomed this year, including the likes of Mariah May and Deonna Purrazzo, with the high-flying Will Ospreay slated for a full-time debut soon. The return of Serena Deeb from injury and anticipated comebacks of PAC and Jamie Hayter further bolster the roster.
Additionally, AEW's solidified partnership with CMLL in Mexico underscores the company's expanding global footprint. For AEW aficionados, Harwood's call to action resonates deeply. With the company's trajectory pointing upward and a lineup of exciting talent and partnerships, now is indeed a prime time to immerse oneself in the AEW experience, just as Harwood suggests.