What Will Happen if the Entire Roster Splits Between Elite and AEW?

What Will Happen if the Entire Roster Splits Between Elite and AEW?
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All Elite Wrestling is experiencing internal strife, with a power struggle taking place between The Elite and Tony Khan, leading to the formation of a Team AEW faction. So far, Tony Khan and Kenny Omega have been ousted, with an Anarchy in the Arena match announced for Double or Nothing

The current narrative is not likely to end soon and could involve a Blood & Guts match connected to this internal war in the future. It could possibly be a Khan’s retelling of the 90s WCW and nWo battle.

Historically, The Bullet Club has borrowed significantly from The Outsiders and nWo, from adopting the Too Sweet gesture, the iconic t-shirt, to the subject of expansion.

The nWo originally consist of Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hulk Hogan, and later grew to include nearly half of the roster, branching off into spin-off groups like the Wolfpac and LWO, before eventually disbanding.

In the early stages of this kind of story, fans would be left guessing where someone stood. Would they join the rebellion of the nWo or stay with WCW?

Could AEW go down a similar path? Which wrestlers would be better suited to join either Team Elite or Tony Khan’s Team AEW?

Let’s delve into this a bit more and try to anticipate the potential alliances in this conflict.

There are 4 confirmed members of Team Elite: The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson), Kazuchika Okada, and Jack Perry.

Meanwhile, Team AEW currently consists of FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood), Bryan Danielson, and Eddie Kingston. If healthy, Kenny Omega along with Kota Ibushi and Michael Nakazawa would be expected to join this side as well.

It’s interesting to speculate about potential recruits and alliances for both teams. Villains often recruit to gain numbers, so The Young Bucks could look to bands like The Undisputed Kingdom and The Don Callis Family for potential allies.

On the other hand, Team AEW could call on Dustin Rhodes, Christopher Daniels, The Lucha Bros, The Acclaimed, Orange Cassidy, Daniel Garcia, among others, to bolster their ranks.

Not all wrestlers will be involved. Lower-card and part-time talent will likely not participate in this company-wide drama. Some wrestlers like Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal might also sit this one out.

There’s also an opportunity to create ambiguity by positioning wrestlers like Sammy Guevara, Ricky Starks, and Samoa Joe in a neutral position, creating suspense about which side they will ultimately choose. The return of Maxwell Jacob Friedman adds another layer of intrigue.

While this speculation is fun, it’s important to remember that these decisions are unlikely to be finalized until the storyline develops further. Flexibility is key, as unexpected shifts in alliances and power balances can make the narrative more gripping and unpredictable.

But what are your thoughts? Who do you think would join Team AEW or Team Elite in this potential plot scenario?

Let’s debate in the comments below!