We’ve recently passed the first full year of AEW Dynamite. There’s been many ups, and there has been just as many downs, but it was an unforgettable first year on TV. Between AEW Dynamite, Dark and their major PPV events, we’ve seen fantastic matches from some of the best in the world. But at the end of the day, who was the workhorse of the group? Who had the most matches in the past year of AEW?
Jungle Boy Wrestled 45 Matches For AEW In The Past Year
As always, the workhorse was not a main event talent, he wasn’t a world champion, but rather a man who has been making his name in the company. Jungle Boy just slightly edges out men like Trent and Frankie Kazarian to take the top spot in terms of matches, with him having 45 matches.
A lot of these were tag matches, having two potential partners in Luchasaurus & Marko Stunt will do that. He also ended 2019 with a glimmer of his main event potential alongside Chris Jericho, and started 2020 having a classic match with MJF. Jungle Boy recently got a chance to be in the AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament, but was taken out by Wardlow in the first round.
Things are still looking up for him, and it’d be shocking if he doesn’t win the AEW Tag Team Championships or TNT Championship during year two of Dynamite.
Other Major Players Include The Elite & Scorpio Sky
Looking deeper down the list, we’ll find names like Kenny Omega & Chuck Taylor having had 41 matches in the last year, and Scorpio Sky at 40. Omega stands out as a main event talent who worked the most matches, though he spent the bulk of 2019 & 2020 in tag team matches, only recently breaking through as a singles star in the last few weeks.
Others like Rey Fenix, Luchasarus, Cody, Hangman Page & Young Bucks will also round out the top 10. The men at the top of the card like Jon Moxley, MJF and Chris Jericho are nowhere to be found, but it’s better to save them for big money matches anyways.
Who do you think will be the workhorses in year two of AEW Dynamite? Will Jungle Boy stay near the top of this list? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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