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This week’s AEW Dynamite Grand Slam feels like a PPV

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is making a breakthrough on national television, showcasing the best talent that the wrestling business has to offer while setting the new standards for the future of professional wrestling.

The company continues to live up to its name by captivating millions of wrestling fans around the world with high-quality matches and storylines. Overall, wrestling fans are winning and AEW is giving new hope that the age of trash television wrestling is almost over.

We deserve quality weekly wrestling television because the mainstream needs that instead of a hard-to-watch weekly show filled with non-cohesive matches that have no purpose. In the world of mainstream professional wrestling, AEW is standing strong and waving the flag high for this new age.

In front of more than17,000 screaming wrestling fans, AEW’s Grand Slam New York City debut will undeniably be something special that any wrestling fan could enjoy.

AEW has put together a pay-per-view-level show for Dynamite: Grand Slam.

At Grand Slam, AEW World Champion Kenny Omega will go one on one against the company’s newest signee, Bryan Danielson, in a non-title grudge match while AEW Women’s World Champion Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D will defend the title against another newcomer: Ruby Soho.

Adding to the fun, Cody Rhodes will make his way back to the ring to face off against Malakai Black in a high-caliber rematch that could take the winner of this grudge match one step closer to a future title shot.

Former AEW tag team champions FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) are set to take on Darby Allin and wrestling legend Sting in a match that could make or break either team within the AEW tag team rankings. Sting and Allin are fairly new and have tons of work to do if they’re going to beat the overall fifth-ranked tag team in the promotion.

FTR will bring chemistry alongside high-level wrestling that will make them hard to beat, but with an upswing of momentum, we could see a major upset that no fan should miss.

MJF enters the ring (photo courtesy of AEW)
MJF enters the ring (photo courtesy of AEW) /

On the road to becoming the best heel in the business at only the age of 25, MJF is magic to watch in the ring as one of the rising stars on the AEW roster, with the ability to put over anyone he faces. AEW will host a classic match up of heel vs. babyface when MJF takes on Brian Pullman Jr. before an audience of more than 17,000

Lastly, we will get to see CM Punk do what he does the best and make us all believe everything he says when he gives us an exclusive live interview prior to facing Powerhouse Hobbs.

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Put all of that together, and you have a card that’s worthy of paying $50 to watch on a Sunday, and fans will get to watch it on TV for free!