WarJoe appears to now be a no-go, with Samoa Joe turning heel on Wardlow during Wednesday night’s AEW Dynamite.
After an easy victory over Ari Daivari, Wardlow would call out Powerhouse Hobbs, and while confronting Hobbs and making the comment that he would take out anybody in the company to win every title, with the heat being directed at Hobbs, Samoa Joe took his ROH World Television Championship and smashed Wardlow in the back of the head with it.
Samoa Joe Is A Villain, Again
After Samoa Joe landed a belt shot on Wardlow, he then choked him out, with Powerhouse Hobbs looking on. The warning signs of the duo eventually falling apart were there, with Joe appearing to not be happy being in the background of Wardlow while the two are tagged up.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) November 10, 2022
With Wednesday night’s heel turn, many AEW fans are already speculating that Tony Khan’s promotion is potentially setting up a three-way bout between Wardlow, Powerhouse Hobbs and Samoa Joe for the TNT Championship, and possibly at AEW’s Full Gear pay-per-view. Strictly speculation at the moment, AEW themselves have not made anything official.
AEW Full Gear is currently set for November 19, 2022.
Just recently, Samoa Joe defended his ROH World Television Championship against Brian Cage last Wednesday on Dynamite. The Baltimore bout would be booked by Tony Khan after a weeks-long rivalry between WarJoe and The Embassy.
For Wardlow, he’s been in the press of late for extremely different reasons, with the big man saying that he likes being a sex symbol.
Wardlow would say to Fightful Select:
“What more can a man ask for? Realistically, that was one of my goals, to get the female viewership. I am very welcoming to the idea of being a sex symbol, not only in wrestling, but in the entertainment business. I’ve been told I look a certain way. I am a sexual being. I’m human. I embrace it all. Call me Wardaddy all you want.”