The show in general was a success, it had some minor issues, however, it was a great show. We must consider the fact they addressed some of the big issues AEW had in their previous events and made corrections as well.
Better camera work:
The camera work in AEW is improving in such short period of time. The previous shows for AEW had several issues in this department. The camera work on Fight for the Fallen was much better and as times goes on, it will keep improving.
One of the best shots of the show was when Kenny Omega caught CIMA during a flying meteora. The camera work was fantastic catching that moment.
Alex Marvez improvement on commentary:
Alex Marvez was one of the biggest issues during Double or Nothing. During Fight for the Fallen, we saw much improvement and was much better, but he still needs to keep working to find his rhythm in the commentary table.
Marvez role during the show was to mention important facts about each wrestler during their matches which gave him a role to deliver during the show.
Setting up All Out and new feuds:
Fight for the Fallen also had the function to set up important matches for All Out like the Young Bucks vs Lucha Brothers in a ladder match (most likely for the AAA Tag Team Championships).
The Hangman Page vs Jericho match that will crown the first AEW Champion had two segments to show its importance.
During the match between Janela, Havoc & Allin vs Spears, Guevara & MJF we saw all types of hits for several feuds that will may happen down the line. This was a thing reminiscent of what NJPW does to set up feuds.
The Dark Order, after a very disappointing reception by the fans, picked up an important win and fans are starting to like this tag team and their gimmick.
Peter Avalon and Leva Bates have been consider by most as a terrible gimmick and a big mistake for AEW.
In the latest BTE, Peter Avalon mentioned that he hated the gimmick of the librarian and that he would talk to creative. AEW will most likely make corrections to this gimmick or drop it all together for the benefit of all.
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