Matt Hardy Was Always Going To Feud With Sammy Guevara In AEW
Tonight on AEW Dynamite, we get the blow off from several weeks of violent attacks from both Sammy Guevara & Matt Hardy, and they will meet in a table match. While this feud has seemed off for some, as it looked at first like Hardy was focused on the leader of The Inner Circle, Chris Jericho. However, this was always the plan, and tonight’s match is likely not the end of this feud.
Chris Jericho Was Always A Bridge To Sammy Guevara For Matt Hardy
During an interview for TV Insider, he’d be asked about his AEW debut against Chris Jericho, and if there was a match at the Hardy Compound planned for the future.
“In all actuality, when we first started doing all that, the original plan, I think, was to have the cinematic match with Sammy. I challenged Jericho, but the idea was for it to get pushed off to Sammy. Things went differently when North Carolina and other states went into lockdown. There was this six-week period where AEW literally survived on a day or two of shooting footage, which was pretty amazing. They did an incredible job. Kudos to the crew. We had to change course in many ways. From the very beginning, I was going to end up having a feud with Sammy, and Jericho was my bridge to get to that. As far as the Hardy Compound fight with Sammy, that may happen one day. We’ll see.”
While a battle between two veterans is fun for fans, it doesn’t help wrestling as a whole, something which Jericho & Hardy are always trying to do. Jericho has made stars of Jungle Boy, Darby Allin and Orange Cassidy, and Hardy has worked with Private Party and is making Sammy Guevara into an even bigger star than expected.
The Hardy Compound Match Could Come At All Out
Depending on how the table match between Guevara & Hardy goes, a rematch might be in short order, as soon as All Out on September 5th. With a match at the Hardy Compound still on the table, it could be a great way to add some variety to All Out. All Out looks like an incredible card, with matches like MJF vs. Jon Moxley & Hikaru Shida vs. Thunder Rosa sure to thrill fans, but you can always use a special attraction on a show.
Double Or Nothing had the Stadium Stampede match, and All Out could have the deletion of Sammy Guevara. Would you want to see them wrestle at the Hardy Compound?
Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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