5 Ways WWE Have Shown They Are Taking AEW as Serious Competition

WWE have shown they are taking All Elite Wrestling as serious competition, here’s how they did this…

The WWE is currently the biggest wrestling promotion in the world and as of last year, the company was estimated to be worth nearly $3 Billion. That figure might have fallen significantly over the past few months as WWE’s low viewership has caused it’s stock to fall quite dramatically since September but nevertheless, it still remains at the top of all wrestling promotions today.
WWE only sees major wrestling promotions as it’s true competition. Promotions in the past such as the AWA or WCW were considered as equal competitors and at one point could have put the WWE out of business. However, Vince and WWE prevailed over such competition. Today, WWE hasn’t got much competition, as Impact Wrestling (a once prominent competitor) has continuously become smaller and smaller, losing a good chuck of it’s wrestlers and audience each year. Though it offers a much different appeal to wrestling fans, New Japan Pro Wrestling is WWE’s closest competition at the moment. However, could All Elite Wrestling be considered as competition to the WWE, even when it hasn’t even ran it’s first show?

Well, there have been 5 Ways WWE have shown they are taking All Elite Wrestling Seriously and has seemingly touched a nerve with WWE’s Head Honcho.

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