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AEW’s Chuck Taylor Wanted Parking Lot Fight with Trent Beretta Despite Career-Ending Injur

One Big Thing

Chuck Taylor was aware of the severity of his injuries before his Parking Lot Fight with Trent Beretta on the April 27 edition of AEW Rampage. Despite this, he insisted on having the match, which could potentially be the last of his career.

Key Points

  • On the May 1 episode of AEW Dynamite, Orange Cassidy announced that Chuck Taylor will not be able to wrestle again following Trent Beretta’s attack.
  • Sources on the roster said that Taylor wanted to have the Parking Lot Fight, knowing it could be his final match.
  • Taylor has been training as a coach and producer backstage in AEW for months.

Why It Matters

Chuck Taylor’s career-ending injury is a significant loss for AEW and the wrestling world. As Rocky Romero stated, “He’s been good for so long. Some of my favorite work that he’s done was when he was in PWG.” The Parking Lot Brawls featuring the Best Friends have become iconic in AEW, and it’s unfortunate that fans may not see Chuck Taylor perform again.

Trent Beretta’s Opportunity

Despite the unfortunate circumstances, Trent Beretta now has the opportunity to showcase his skills as a heel. Rocky Romero commented on Trent’s comfort in this role, saying, “He’s better as a heel and more comfortable. So far, it’s been great. The reaction he got in Winnipeg was amazing.”

The Future

As Chuck Taylor’s in-ring career comes to an end, his role as a coach and producer in AEW becomes increasingly important. His experience and knowledge will undoubtedly benefit the younger talent in the company. Meanwhile, fans will be eager to see how far Trent Beretta can go in his new solo run.

What are your thoughts on Chuck Taylor’s career-ending injury and its impact on AEW? Share your opinions in the comments below.

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