I think moving 205 to NXT seems like the proper move but I don't think they'll do that. But it works on so many levels.
From the title run to now, this is DB's best WWE stretch. This is better than the Yes movement IMO because it ended with Kane and the injuries.
It's crazy that guys like Murphy, Andrade and Ali were literally one decision from being completely forgotten about, and now they're here. The industry is a weird one.
Yeah I mean it just goes to show how little room they have for product. If they keep giving all the screen time to the same 10 guys, guys like this get completely lost, and then have no where to go. That's why this industry NEEDS competition. It was at it's best when WWE and WCW were head to head. If one guy couldn't get enough time somewhere, he could go to the other and get an opportunity (Jericho). If a bridge was burned with a guy at one place, he could go to the other and still work, until he got too many concussions (Hart).
Creating a monopoly where they control your entire future, a) limits guys from speaking out or standing up for themselves. Like Ambrose said, (and he seemed very respectful about it) if you keep getting put in these joke gimmicks, no one will ever see your ability or take you serious. I mean am I the only person that thinks Dean was the PERFECT person to have this storyline KO has right now? He seems the most "stone cold" out of anyone in recent history. Just a brawler that comes off as ehhh, take it or leave it, I'm not afraid of you or being fired. b) not having competition means you don't have to make the best matches or give the best product. Whatever you put out there is all anyone has to choose from.
The best thing that could happen to any of us is for AEW to really take off. Entry level contracts will become a thing, and better benefits will have to come about to keep guys from taking more money at the other place. Ring time will have to be earned, and not just given to the same couple guys, which will save us from the 70 year old in-his-prime-in-the-80s matches with young up and comer with a chip on his shoulder.