Backstage reaction to AEW Blood and Guts



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Backstage reaction to AEW Blood and Guts

In the main event of the last episode of AEW Dynamite, nicknamed Blood and Guts, due to the presence of the match with two rings enclosed within a giant steel cage, Chris Jericho's Inner Circle and MJF's Pinnacle gave life to a breathtaking match, in which blood, blows with blunt objects and the strongest attacks went on stage with no holds barred.

MJF and his team won, in the end, thanks to the former's cunning that has no equal, with Chris Jericho coming dangerously close to the edge of the cage, and who in the end was thrown right under the steel cell, in a flight that was very reminiscent of those made by Shane McMahon until a few years ago.

Backstage reaction to AEW Blood and Guts

Apparently, according to what was revealed by the reporters of the Ringside News site, the AEW Blood and Guts match would have been a common topic of discussion in the WWE backstage throughout the day yesterday, with insiders, executives, road agents.

and wrestlers, who would have widely criticized the choices of the Khan family and the wrestlers for that contest, for giving the wrong image, according to them, to the whole world of wrestling. The widespread use of blade jobs and blood within the match would have in fact distorted the use of this remedy according to WWE insiders, who believe it is now an abused and senseless practise, taking place in every weekly episode of Dynamite.

Also, the flight carried out by Chris Jericho from the top of the cage is said to have been flanked by the various flights made by Shane McMahon during his career, with the similarity between the two athletes that has been repeatedly underlined as in a sort of copy and paste.

bad. The general idea, which emerged from the thoughts and speeches of the WWE backstage, is that the AEW Blood and Guts match was too rude and too anticlimatic as a wrestling match and WWE insiders are convinced that at this rate, the company of the Khan will even go so far as to change and ruin the entire image of the discipline throughout the United States.

Next week's episode of AEW Dynamite will feature Miro challenging for the TNT Championship. The Bulgarian confirmed this in an interview just before the Blood and Guts Match. This is an exciting development, as it seems like Miro will win the title from Darby Allin next week.

The Daredevil will not be at 100% for the match, after being attacked this week. Meanwhile, the three-time WWE United States Champion looks as menacing as ever.