WrestleMania 38: 5 Ways WWE Proved They are Better Than AEW
After the Stupendous Spectacle that was WrestleMania 38, there is little doubt that WWE outperforms AEW on every level.
After all, they managed to nab one of their EVPs! WWE is still the biggest name in the wrestling world.
And here are 5 Reasons why they proved AEW will never top them with WrestleMania 38.
5. WWE's Women's Division is leagues ahead of AEW's
Between the 3 title matches that took place across both nights, WWE showcased its women's roster more prominently in a weekend; something AEW hasn't been able to do for months now.
4. WWE creates Global Superstars as opposed to Wrestling Sensations
Every performer who took part in WrestleMania 38 was a bona fide superstar in their own right.
WWE created Global Superstars on the Road to WrestleMania 38 (eg: Alpha Academy). Meanwhile, the last home-grown AEW breakout star was Darby Allin; that was 2 years ago.
3. WWE's Celebrity Involvement is leaps and bounds above what AEW can achieve
AEW simply cannot catch up to WWE when it comes to crossover celebrity appeal. Even Shaq and Snoop appearing on AEW TV was thanks to Cody.
In the meantime, WWE has squeezed out exceptional matches from Bad Bunny, Logan Paul & even Johnny Knoxville in just the last 2 years!
2. WWE Production is lightyears ahead of AEW
Compare Cody Rhodes' triumphant return to the WWE at Night 1 of WrestleMania 38 with the finish to AEW Revolution 2021.
If this is how their Exploding Ring "blows up", WWE has nothing to worry about.
1. AEW puts on good wrestling matches; WWE puts on the Greatest Show on Planet Earth
If you've seen both nights of WrestleMania 38, you know exactly what we're talking about. Stone Cold, Vince McMahon & Wee Man performed on the same card.
If you've seen both nights of WrestleMania 38, you know exactly what we're talking about. AEW might have more 5-star matches, but WWE is where the fans turn to for true entertainment value; these 2 nights have proven that.