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10 WWE Wrestlers Who Must Also Join AEW

The entertainers who should be Elite.

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AEW - and the "war" narrative between All Elite Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment - has simultaneously brought old giddy thrills and a new infuriating takes to the table in a 2020 already defined by something far more awful than even the worst of pro wrestling could ever hope to be.

There's loads fun to be had imagining dream matches between the two sides, carefully examining the ratings and pretending you work in television, and wondering just who might jump ship next thanks to that all-important momentum currently swinging towards Jacksonville.

If the b*stard you're dwelling on isn't the ongoing global one outside, it's the exclamation you make upon seeing yet another suggestion that Dynamite is featuring too many ex-WWE guys. Miro's recent arrival with the organisation brought the same craic back, and though his "glass ceiling" bullsh*t fanned the first flames, the reality remains - he isn't ex-WWE first, independent contractor wrestler second. Nobody ever has been, apart maybe from Stephanie and Shane McMahon but even the really good TNT shows probably couldn't do much with their limitations.

This list is just a bit of fun speculation. The type that's getting harder to do with WWE because so little of it makes sense anymore. This is the discourse that only comes from the industry escaping a monopoly, and one we should all be grateful for. If these lot move across and totally rule and get pushed, we all win. If they don't, so what? Here's to never saying never...

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We Need To Talk About Kevin (Nash). Michael can be found in articles or on podcasts extolling the virtues of New Generation WWF, New Japan Pro Wrestling or the new WWE angle they definitely definitely won’t ruin this time.