VIP AUDIO 6/19 – The Fix w/Todd Martin – Mailbag (pt. 2 of 2): Moxley losing G1 matches affect on AEW marketability? AEW getting too confident with early success? Iishi IWGP Title worthy? Plus Russo, Cornette, Sasha, Savio, D.C., concerts (47 min)

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SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode of The Fix with PWTorch VIP analyst Todd Martin and host PWTorch editor Wade Keller, Todd tackles The Fix Mailbag with the following topics: Would the Monday Night War boom period have happened without Vince Russo’s instigating Vince McMahon to change? How can Jim Cornette be viewed as credible with his unforgiving nature regarding Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks? Is Tomohiro Iishi worthy of a lengthy run with the IWGP Hvt. Title? Is there a cloud over NXT because everyone good is eventually going to be sent to the main roster and be wrecked? Where does Kevin Nash rank among big men wrestlers compared to Sid and Undertaker? What is the story with Savio Vega and The Kliq behind the scenes? Because past matches are available to watch when wrestlers are in their primes, should rematches later in their careers be avoided? Could New Japan succeed in the D.C. area? Can AEW’s early successes really be projected to apply to them when they’re running a full time schedule of weekly TV with a full roster to manage? Will Jon Moxley’s AEW value by hurt by doing a lot of jobs in the G1 tournament? Was it a mistake to give Moxley the U.S. Title if he’s not allowed to defend it in the U.S.? Are the WWE Untold specials on WWE Network inaccurate? Could Brock Lesnar be the special referee at Stomping Grounds? Are Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre, and Jon Moxley all at age 34 past their peaks or are their best days ahead, with comparisons to Mick Foley, Steve Austin, The Rock, and Shawn Michaels at similar ages? Will Sasha Banks, Will Ospreay, and Hangman Page – all 26 or 27 years old – even still be wrestling at age 35? Plus Wade and Todd’s concert history.



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