10 AEW Wrestlers Who Are Impossible To Care About

These wrestlers may be All Elite, but do you really care?

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Since first debuting on TNT on October 2, 2019, the All Elite Wrestling roster has understandably grown and evolved somewhat in response to the promotion's audience and reach expanding by the year.

But bigger doesn't necessarily always equal better when it comes to the business of stocking a locker room full of talented professionals. And in the case of Tony Khan's ever-swelling collection of wrasslers to be called upon for the likes of Dynamite, Rampage, Dark, Dark: Elevation, Battle of the Belts, and those quarterly doses of PPV goodness, a seriously bloated roster has inevitably led to a number of folks becoming unfortunate afterthoughts as of late.

It's worth noting that, as with any wrestling organisation currently occupying this barmy industry, each of the following names are most likely always only a few weeks of solid booking or some fine tuning away from becoming an entity worth tuning in to watch.

But at this moment in time, everyone from once-can't-miss Samoan Submission Machines to loud-mouth potential superstars have all given fans next to no reason at all to give a toss about their current All Elite status.

10. Tony Nese

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Not exactly setting the world on fire throughout a lacklustre five-year stint as part of the World Wrestling Entertainment machine, news of Tony Nese officially becoming All Elite was met with an understandably muted response.

Admittedly, Nese's status as "one of the hottest free agents in pro wrestling" when first glimpsed in the AEW crowd in October wasn't entirely off the mark; "The Premier Athlete" is an absolute specimen of a wrestler and can undoubtedly go.

However, in the wake of an unsuccessful TNT Championship challenge against then-champ Sammy Guevara not long after signing on the All Elite dotted line, Nese's momentum as an exciting new AEW addition seemed to come to a screeching halt.

Outside of thunderously squashing Danhausen on May 11's Dynamite, Nese's impressive Dark record has done little to convince fans he's destined for anything more than being a notable-yet-fairly-bland scalp for future main-eventers to dispatch on their journey up the card - see Hook and Swerve Strickland's notable conquering of him in recent times.

And while his association with the ever-punchable Smart Mark Sterling looked like a wise move on paper, it's still not been enough to establish the former Cruiserweight champ as a must-see presence.

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