All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has recently witnessed a surprising turn of events. In a shocking decision, FTR, composed of Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler, dropped their long-held AEW Tag Team Championships. With stunning speed and unexpected force, their secure reign came to an end at the hands of the well-respected duo Big Bill & Ricky Starks in under five minutes on the October 7th edition of Collision.
Initial rumors spread like wildfire within the wrestling community, suggesting that the abrupt loss may have been influenced by an injury to Cash Wheeler. Our sources, however, can now confirm that this was not the case. According to revelations by the highly reputable PWInsider, the title change was pure strategy, stating it was simply “part of a creative plan, nothing more”. Dave Meltzer, a recognized wrestling commentator, reiterated this conclusion supporting the fact that it was just a storyline decision.
Although the wrestling world was left stunned and puzzled by this sudden turn of events, none of the named teams were involved in the follow-up edition of Dynamite on Title Tuesday. A continuation to this storyline might be witnessed on the anticipated edition of the October 14 AEW Collision.
As the narration unfolds, we assure our readers that we shall keep them posted with further developments on this front. Our wrestling news coverage guarantees to bring you the latest updates straight from the AEW ring.
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This is your wrestling news reporter, signing off for now and reminding every wrestling fan reading this piece – always stay ready for the next surprise, because in this business, anything is possible!