You would be foolish to suggest that WWE and AEW don’t have two of the most stacked rosters in the world, but NWA World Champion Nick Aldis has claimed that the promotions actually have too much talent.
Speaking on The Angle Podcast, Nick Aldis claimed that the main issues that WWE and AEW have right now is that they actually have too many workers on their books, meaning some top wrestlers have to work in the midcard:
You can’t have a company full of top guys because ultimately what happens is that some of them have to work in the middle of the card and some have to open. When you have a roster full of main eventers someone’s going to be unhappy then fans are going to be unhappy and then rumors start flowing and then they get accused of burying so and so.
“I don’t envy WWE for this position because they are the market leader with an incredible amount of money with revenue so they can go out and get Bobby Roode, Cesaro and those guys can work on top with the right booking, but you got Roman. So, people claim they’re wasting Cesaro – he’s so underutilized and underrated, but look he’s getting paid man and there’s only one spot available at the top.
During the same interview, Nick Aldis teased that we are going to see some major announcements regarding the future of NWA programming over the next few weeks, so make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for that.
Thanks to Ringside News for the transcription.