Giving wrestlers creative freedom…… and saving a few bucks

Hi Scott,

I was thinking about how big of a deal it was a few years ago when AEW was founded and said there would be no writers and wrestlers would have more creative freedom.

I think there is a lot more benefit to TK than just not having to hire a bunch of writers. Talent now are essentially making their own production companies to produce content on their own that TK is providing air time for.

Do you think this shift for non-WWE wrestling is the future?  With talent eventually making “pilot” programs and pitching them to different companies seeing who will give them the best offer to host it?

Hey, look at how Matt Cardona basically turned a two week gig with AEW into a whole career revival.  You can't fault the hustle.