It's impossible to argue that the arrival of All Elite Wrestling is in any way a bad thing. The wrestling business has been crying out for a genuine, big-time alternative to the dross that a certain Vince McMahon has been serving up, and that genuine alternative is AEW.
With a weekly TV deal and several PPVs in its back pocket - all of which have largely been brilliant - AEW is most certainly on a 'so far, so good' footing when it comes to the early days of this burgeoning wrestling promotion. But while it's undoubtedly been a successful start for All Elite, and it's so refreshing to be see such action on a weekly basis, that's not to say that AEW has not been without problems.
To make it clear, this isn't designed as a case of bashing AEW just for the sake of it. As mentioned, AEW is a breath of fresh air in an industry that had become stagnated on a worldwide level due to the stranglehold of WWE. AEW is great, AEW is good, AEW is much needed. Is AEW flawless, though? Of course it isn't.
Here, then, are eight problems that are certain section of wrestling fans are refusing to ackowledge about All Elite Wrestling.