Even The Rock found the time in his busy schedule to watch AEW's All Out show last Saturday.
AEW's All Out show from last weekend was another hit event that has got wrestling fans talking ahead of the Wednesday Night Wars between AEW and WWE's NXT.
Two of the biggest matches of the night were Cody Rhodes defeating Shawn Spears, and Chris Jericho defeating Hangman Adam Page to become the inaugural AEW World Champion.
AEW's All Out was such a big event that even a WWE icon like The Rock managed to find the time to watch bits of it.
On his Twitter, The Great One reflected on Arn Anderson's appearance on the show, as well as Jim Ross' commentary.
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He said: "So much fun for the crowd!! Double A!! Spine on the pine. No one better!! And great call Jim Ross."
Anderson came out to a massive pop during the Cody vs Spears match at All Out. After some shenanigans outside the ring, Double A came out and gave Spears a Spinebuster in the middle of the ring.
Fans might argue that there was too much interference in Cody vs Spears, but nobody is going to turn down an appearance by Anderson, especially if it's accompanied by some brilliant JR commentary.
As for The Rock, he's unlikely to make any appearances for AEW anytime soon due to his close ties to WWE and his busy work schedule as one of Hollywood's highest-paid actors.
However, you know what they say in wrestling, never say never!
Also at All Out, the Lucha Brothers defeated The Young Bucks in a ladder match to retain the AAA World Tag Team Championship, and Pac defeated Kenny Omega by making Omega pass out.
The AEW Women's World Championship was also unveiled with Nyla Rose and Riho winning their respective matches against Britt Baker and Hikaru Shida. The two will face each other for the inaugural championship on October 2 on AEW on TNT.
AEW's next show will be when their two-hour weekly show on TNT begins on October 2, but their next big show after that will be Full Gear on November 9.News Now - Sport News