Christian AEW Debut Show ‘Ruined’ By Botch

All Elite Wrestling? More Like All Botch Wrestling, and on such a big night like Christian Cage’s debut, it’s a shame. During this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite during a backstage interview, QT Marshall was discussing his actions at the recent AEW Revolution pay-per-view event where he eliminated himself, leaving his fellow ‘Nightmare Family’ member Dustin Rhodes all alone and high and dry.



It was during this where the audio went out during the interview prior to the entrance of ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page. Kenny Omega recently revealed who ‘ruined’ AEW Revolution.

To make matters worse, the audio issues would continue where synced audio from an NBA game played all throughout the match and over the commentary of AEW announcers Excalibur, Tony Schiavone and Jim ‘JR’ Ross.

Reactions to this fiasco came in right away as SkullsMedia stated on Twitter: “lol #AEWDynamite audio is having a live on-air meltdown” In a followup tweet the account put: “It kept going on the feed I’m watching until they went to picture-in-picture – but some viewers are still experiencing “issues” apparently. Amazing. Here’s part 2″ While said: “TNT needs to fix this ASAP. This is embarrassing.”

This week’s edition of AEW marked the Dynamite debut of ‘The Instant Classic’ Christian Cage as well starting a feud with Kenny Omega as a TNT Championship match between current champion Darby Allin and challenger Scorpio Sky.

Tony Khan tweeted, “TNT has just fixed their audio issue on #AEWDynamite, I’m grateful for their response. We’ll be right back with @Christian4Peeps making his first ever appearance here at Dynamite, Live coming up right now on TNT!”

Michael Joseph
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