Two WWE Superstars Not Happy With Their Spot, AEW’s TV Rating
WWE has a packed roster and two of their superstars are being vocal about their place on Main Event. Also, AEW's official TV rating is in.
Dana Brook And Sarah Logan Upset With Their Spot
WWE has so many brands with RAW, SmackDown, NXT and NXT UK that sometimes people get lost in all the action. That is where the likes of Main Event comes into play as it features talent that usually do not get the chance to perform on the main shows. Seeing how the show features talent towards the bottom of the roster, those superstars do not get much attention.
The lack of attention is not going unnoticed, at least from two superstars. For the past few months, Dana Brooke and Sarah Logan have been wrestling on Main Event. They have been trading wins and even blood, when Brooke took a nasty bump on the ring post. Brooke took her frustration to Twitter and Logan quickly jumped into the conversation.
— Sarah Rowe (@sarahloganwwe) September 6, 2019
On the main roster, neither has done too much. Brooke’s biggest moments where being Charlotte Flair’s valet and working the most recent Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match. As for Logan, she was at her best with the Riott Squad. The stable was broken up during the most recent Superstar Shakeup. Logan has remained on Main Event, Ruby Riott is out until early next year with an injury and Liv Morgan is yet to return to TV.
AEW’s TV Rating
One difference between WWE and All Elite Wresting (AEW) is going to be their attended audience on TV. AEW will be have a TV-14 rating while WWE remains in the era of PG.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted how TNT has given them specific bylaws regarding what lines they cannot cross, but both sides have agreed to do a more edgy and risqué product than WWE.
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We will see shortly how both companies due as NXT moves to the USA Network in less than two weeks and AEW’s unnamed TNT show is set for an October 2 debut. The weekdays are already full of pro wrestling and now fans will have to choose what promotion they want to watch live.