All Elite Wrestling continues to have the wrestling world buzzing. They recently held their Double Or Nothing Ticket Announcement Pool Party. Numerous names were officially unveiled as being a part of AEW’s growing roster during the night, including “The Best Bout Machine” Kenny Omega.
As the burgeoning promotion continues to establish itself, many veterans have been providing their thoughts and opinions on AEW’s business model and overall chances.
The most recent to provide their thoughts on the company is Kevin Nash.
Speaking with Monsters And Critics, Nash answered a number of questions revolving around AEW, the nWo, and more.
When asked if he had any advice for AEW, he responded that he had heard “so many rumors” — including that the company was initially bankrolled $100 million. He then shared what he believes AEW could do to achieve success within an industry that is on an indie upswing.
“In wrestling with the production costs and what it costs to pay for talent, you can go through $100 million pretty quick,” Nash explained. “So far, from what I have seen, their strategy is to grow slow. You can’t compete at somebody that is at the level of the WWE.”
What do you make of Kevin Nash’s advice? Do you think that AEW has been doing this?