According to the Young Bucks ROH and NJPW could have combined to offer them contracts that would have prevented the brothers from leaving both promotions.
Earlier today, Warner Media and AEW announced that pro-wrestling will be returning to TNT this fall. Additionally, Jim Ross and Cody took part in an interview with Variety.
It’s official. After months of speculation, Turner Media announced today they will begin airing AEW TV starting in the fall. Turner sent out the following press release this morning:
AEW has added 2 matches to their upcoming Double or Nothing PPV from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Justin Roberts recently spoke to journalist Chris Van Vliet about ring announcing for AEW, his career thus far, and more…
The AEW roster and upcoming scheduled have taken shape. All Elite Wrestling throws its first official event on May 25th, 2019.
AEW has added 2 matches to their charity show on July 13th. The promotion has booked Daily’s Place in Matt & Nick Jacksonville, Florida for an event to raise money for victims of gun violence.
The AEW schedule for 2019 is starting to shape up. Their schedule now includes 3 confirmed shows, 1 rumored show, and a debuting TV show.
Jim Ross revealed new details regarding AEW TV on his most recent edition of the Ross Report.