The strength grows. There are a lot of things that need to be done to make a wrestling company stronger and a lot of those changes involve the roster. Sometimes you need to boost things up a bit with some fresh talent, some of which are names that you have seen before. Now AEW seems to have bolstered its roster again by adding in some fresh names to its ranks.
According to PWInsider.com, AEW has signed two stars to deals of some sort, though the lengths are not known. The first name is Juice Robinson, who is a former NXT star as well as a former New Japan Pro Wrestling United States Champion. Robinson appeared on the September 28 edition of AEW Dynamite, losing to Jon Moxley. The second name is Bandido, who is a former Ring Of Honor World Champion. Bandido lost to Chris Jericho in a Ring Of Honor World Title match on the September 28 edition of Dynamite. There is no word on when either will return to AEW TV.
Opinion: Those would be two big names added to the AEW roster and that seems to be the case again, as AEW continues to grow. It would be nice to have Robinson and Bandido around, just to see how good they are when they have the chance to showcase their talents on national television. Both of them have looked good during their time in AEW and now they might get the chance to do it again.
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