They Battled Their Ass-Off

The wrestlers would leap into the ring and up the ramp, bathed in the light of the world’s most magnificent chandelier. The pair would ascend the towering tower of monikered poker chips, where Moxley would hurl Omega from the top and send him tumbling to the floor below. The spectacle will come to a close, with Moxley standing tall instead of victorious Chris Jericho.

Jon Moxley stands on top of the world Photo Credit AEW

Jon Moxley stands on top of the world Photo Credit AEW

As the venue emptied, fan enthusiasm was at an all-time high. An energy for a new approach to the same formula aired five hours every week. This may be the day that professional wrestling changed its business model. “The greatest show ever” and “I’m so glad pro wrestling is back” could be heard as fans departed the arena. It’s been a long time since I’ve walked out of a pro wrestling event, but fans are still buzzing with optimism, joy, and pure excitement when they leave it.