I feel like the company is slowly but surely picking up. After months of facing new signees, Moxley is finally facing off against Kenny Omega in what should be a great match. Kenny has been underutilised so far in AEW, an issue that has been highlighted on the show, so hopefully he starts to put together a year we know he's capable of. Similar deal with the Bucks and the tag division. They've been trying to spotlight other tag teams but the division itself feels like it's been in a major holding pattern as they tell the Kenny Omega/Hangman Page storyline. The Bucks/Revival match was generally considered the best match on Full Gear (that or Darby/Cody) so they're off to a decent start and it looks like they'll be more featured in the coming weeks. MJF just forced his way into the Inner Circle and they're doing more bits with a big Las Vegas skit going down on the next Dynamite. MJF is one of the best characters in Pro Wrestling right now and while some of these skits have been extremely cheesy, MJF and Jericho have both brought them up to a level where they're not completely derided. The match between Jericho/MJF was surprisingly good considering the build and I don't think anyone has any real clue where the storyline is headed which is refreshing. PAC returned after an 8 month absence from the company. PAC is one of the best guys to watch in the ring and it appears he'll be going toe to toe with Eddie Kingston which was a surprising but logical match-up. Looking forward to more Team Taz. They've largely struggled to gain traction on Dynamite, but Taz and Ricky Starks are the highlight of Dark and Ricky is in that MJF category. Cage is solid enough as the heavy and like Wardlow can shine in the right environment. The show still isn't completely clicking but it does appear that they're on the right track.