Boasting an increasingly impressive roster, All Elite Wrestling have had mixed results when it comes to the level of success their talents have had.
Take Miro for example, The ever-popular former WWE star came into All Elite on the post-All Out edition of Dynamite as Kip Sabian's best man for his wedding to Penelope Ford. Four months on, the Bulgarian is yet to really leave his impact on AEW, and has instead been relegated to an often tedious rivalry with Kip opposite Best Friends.
It just isn't what we expected when 'The Bulgarian Brute' came through the tunnel on 9 September.
He won't be the last AEW talent to receive such wonky presentation in AEW, of course, but most wrestlers who have come into the promotion have seen their fortunes go in the opposite direction. Miro is an outlier.
There are some guys destined for immediate greatness upon signing with the Tony Khan-helmed promotion, while for others, it takes them a while longer before they too realise that same level of greatness. They don't necessarily need to have tasted championship gold, so long as they've been presented as a major deal in AEW.
Sometimes, all it takes is a change of character...