The popular and talented wrestler Andrade 'El Ídolo' made his debut last Friday night on AEW Dynamite with the “ever-loved and respected” Vickie Guerrero. Andrade's arrival in the ranks of AEW is masterful and could be of great impact for both AEW and Andrade. We have not seen Andrade in action since last October and his thirst and passion for competing in the square circle is palpable.
Andrade joins a locker room full of Latinos including Penta El Zero Miedo, Rey Fénix, Santana, Ortiz, Sammy Guevara, Eddie Kingston, among others. The way All Elite Wrestling has given importance to Hispanic representation week after week is worthy of admiring and every Hispanic should be proud. I am sure Andrade will not be the exception as he promised to be AEW's new face. But the question now stands, will he be able to achieve this?
I have no doubt in my mind that in several months, Andrade will be challenging for a major championship in AEW and stealing the show night after night. The possibilities are endless. Andrade could very easily face the current AEW World Champion Kenny Omega, Cody Rhodes, Jungle Boy, “Hangman” Adam Page, Christian Cage, Darby Allin, Orange Cassidy and even Jon Moxley. The sky is the limit for Andrade 'El Ídolo' in All Elite Wrestling.
This is the time for Andrade 'El Ídolo' to continue to show the wrestling world that his talent and skills inside the ring are special and unique. This is a new and fresh start for both Andrade and All Elite Wrestling, who will travel again and will take their wrestling action to different parts of the United States with fans back on the stands. Andrade 'El Idolo' couldn’t arrived at AEW at a better time than now, and every wrestler who has a championship around their waist must keep close attention, because Andrade 'El Ídolo' has arrived to create impact and be the new face of All Elite Wrestling.