Jon Moxley and "Hangman" Jon Moxley Brawled
I was curious what would be next for Moxley coming off his loss of the AEW World Championship (and I didn't have much of a desire to see a rematch any time soon), so Page's return was perfectly timed. They have unfinished business from last month when Page got hurt in their AEW World Championship match. I'm glad he's been cleared and they can pick up where they left off. It's a great use of both guys.
#AskGSM Edition #470: Tessa Blanchard vs. Velveteen Dream: Who Had the Bigger Fall From Grace?
#AskGSM is a weekly Q&A video where I, Graham "GSM" Matthews, answer fan questions from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in regards to the world of wrestling. Nothing is off limits, and this week's edition touches upon a variety of topics including:
AEW Dark Review - November 29, 2022
The Factory (QT Marshall, Lee Johnson and Cole Karter) def. Justin Corino, Ryan Mooney and Steven Josifi
I'm sorry but The Factory are just so goddamn boring. They haven't gotten a single person over in the last two years and I can't see Johnson or Karter benefiting in the long run, either. It was nice that the spotlight was shined on them for this, but I find it difficult to care. This solely existed to give them a win so they have a shred of credibility as they continue their meaningless feud with the Best Friends crew.
NWA Powerrr Review - November 29, 2022
Blunt Force Trauma def. David Powers and Eddie Vero
Blunt Force Trauma are the two dudes who were pretending to be The Question Mark coming out of Hard Times 3, so on the bright side, it doesn't look like they're going by those names anymore. Instead, they're a pair of masked dudes managed by Aron Stevens, which is more bearable. They completely killed their opponents here and went over in dominant fashion. Their team may have potential if they're presented as actual threats.