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AEW Collision: Star pushes for ‘separate’ Titles on show

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Despite AEW owner Tony Khan’s recent statement that a hard brand split between Dynamite and AEW Collision wasn’t part of his plan, returning star Andrade El Idolo begs to differ.

In an interview on the Please Steal Our Ideas podcast, Andrade voiced his preference for a WWE-like structure, with distinct rosters and championships for each brand’‹.

Andrade expressed his hope for a separate identity for Collision, making it feel like an entirely different company. He further suggested a new title to accompany this separation, creating distinct goals and aspirations for the talent on the new brand.

He reasoned that having different titles allows the competitors to vie for distinct championships, enriching the competitive landscape’‹.

AEW Collision: Potential Challenges and Criticisms

Andrade’s proposal, while innovative, has not been without criticism. Fans have previously critiqued AEW for an overabundance of title belts, and the addition of more could potentially exacerbate this issue.

When asked about these concerns, Andrade remained optimistic, arguing that more titles would create more opportunities for the roster and diversify storylines.

He concluded by expressing hope that the AEW office and writers would consider his ideas for the future of the brand’‹.

Return of Familiar Faces to AEW Collision

Andrade’s return to AEW Collision isn’t the only one generating buzz. Other stars like Miro, Scorpio Sky, and CM Punk are also slated to make their comeback on the prime-time Saturday show’‹.

Uncertainty Surrounds Thunder Rosa’s In-Ring Status

While confirmed for Collision, Thunder Rosa’s status remains uncertain due to her nearly 10-month hiatus following an injury. More updates on Rosa’s health are eagerly awaited as Collision approaches’‹.

Andrade’s vision for AEW Collision is ambitious, and it remains to be seen how the AEW office will respond to his ideas. As the return of familiar faces stirs excitement and uncertainty surrounds some, AEW Collision is gearing up to be a thrilling ride.

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