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AEW On TNT Has An Official Name

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AEW issued the following:

AEW and TNT reveal name and first poster of new show: All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite

Wednesday nights are going to get explosive as All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and TNT reveal the name and first official poster of their upcoming weekly show: All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite. As previously announced, starting Wednesday, October 2, AEW will begin airing live two-hour weekly matches on TNT at 8 p.m. ET. The highly-anticipated, action-packed matches will take place in different cities across the nation each week on Wednesdays, starting in Washington, D.C., at the famed Capital One Arena. Future matches announced so far will be held in Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, Pittsburgh PA, Charleston, WV, Charlotte NC, Nashville, TN, Indianapolis, IN and Chicago, IL.

AEW is giving fans a new wrestling experience for the first time in 20 years. AEW is about more than wrestling. It’s a movement fueled by fans, offering fun, gripping and authentic athletic matches every week. Founded by President and CEO Tony Khan, the league is headlined by Cody & Brandi RhodesThe Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)Kenny OmegaHangman Adam PageChris Jericho and Jon Moxley. The diverse roster of world-class competitors includes Nyla RoseAwesome KongDustin RhodesJungle BoyDr. Britt BakerMJF and SCU. AEW is poised to bring new innovation, new energy and a new spirit to wrestling.

Information on announced weekly matches – cities, venues and tickets – can be found here: https://www.allelitewrestling.com/events

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Jordynne Grace Lists Her AEW vs IMPACT Wrestling Dream Matches

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Winter is here, and it has brought with it the tease of a potential new relationship between All Elite Wrestling and IMPACT Wrestling, two companies that until this Wednesday night had very little to do with one another.

Kenny Omega and IMPACT EVP Don Callis hatching their evil plan to steal the AEW World Championship from Jon Moxley on Dynamite has drawn immediate reactions from fans and those in the industry alike, and that includes former Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace.


Thicc Mama Pump weighed in on Twitter with her “official crossover dream match thread” pitting the stars of AEW against some interesting names from the IMPACT brand.

There are some potential classics in the making among this rather bizarre and eclectic list of matches, including AEW World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks vs. The North, Ethan Page and Josh Alexander, and a battle between Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo and NWA World Women’s Champion Serena Deeb. Sign us the heck up!

We’re not exactly sure what The Dark Order’s John Silver did to piss Jordynne off, but apparently it was bad enough to land him in a singles match with the completely unhinged MMA legend Ken Shamrock.

Check out the whole list below.

  • Abadon vs. Su Yung
  • The Young Bucks vs. The North
  • Wardlow vs. Rhino
  • Diamante vs. Kiera Hogan
  • Big Swole vs. Tasha Steelz
  • Orange Cassidy vs. Johnny Swinger
  • Serena Deeb vs. Deonna Purrazzo
  • Joey Janela vs. Chris Bey
  • John Silver vs. Ken Shamrock
  • Debate: MJF vs. Julian (aka Ethan Page)
  • Nyla Rose vs. Jessicka Havok
  • Sting vs. Tommy Dreamer
  • Jack Evans vs. Rich Swann
  • Darby Allin vs. Suicide
  • Kenny Omega vs. Josh Alexander
  • Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Edwards
  • Eddie Kingston vs. Willie Mack
  • Kris Statlander vs. Taya Valkyrie
  • More (scroll down)

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Kenny Omega & Don Callis Hatch Plot To Steal AEW World Title; Duo To Speak On IMPACT Next Tues.

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Perhaps the single most bizarre year in the history of professional wrestling continued tonight on AEW Dynamite, as IMPACT Wrestling Executive Vice President Don Callis realigned himself with Kenny Omega in what appears to be a carefully orchestrated plot to steal the AEW World Championship.

For weeks Omega had been pleading with Jon Moxley to meet him in a fair-and-square professional wrestling contest, a stark contrast to their first collision in 2019 that saw both men crash through a trampoline made completely out of barbed wire.


Two weeks ago things took another twist on Dynamite when Moxley was attacked backstage, knocked unconscious by an unknown entity. Omega, to his credit, was in the ring awaiting an official contract signing for their world title bout.

Callis is a long-time friend of Omega and fellow Canadian who called some of his most important matches in New Japan Pro-Wrestling. When he showed up tonight on Dynamite, joining the commentary booth for the show’s main event, no one thought anything of it. After all, the IMPACT official was also present at Full Gear to witness his friend’s victory over Hangman Page.

Omega and Moxley had an incredible match this evening, leaving it all in the ring as the show crawled closer and closer to the top of the hour. That made it all the more heartbreaking, and for many fans, infuriating, when Callis came to the ring and involved himself in the action.

Callis first approached the ring after Omega took a nasty spill to the floor, prompeting the AEW medical team to check on him. He then grabbed the microphone and insisted the referee call off the bout. However, with the ref sufficiently distracted, Omega was able to use the mic to draw blood from the now-former champion’s forehead. That and the One-Winged Angel was all he needed to steal the one-two-three in the middle of the ring.

Omega and Callis quickly grabbed the world title belt as soon as the bell rang and rushed backstage, not even waiting for ring announcer Justin Roberts to make the title change official. On their way out they exchanged heated words with AEW President Tony Khan and waded through a sea of upset AEW wrestlers who clearly all wanted answers, finally arriving at their car.

And that’s when they dropped a bombshell. Omega and Callis will speak on their actions next week, but it won’t be Wednesday on Dynamite. Fans will have to tune in to IMPACT Wrestling live on AXS next Tuesday night to see how this all plays out.

2020, am I right?

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Sting Signs Multi-Year, Full-Time Contract With All Elite Wrestling

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All Elite Wrestling has signed Sting to a multi-year contract.

Yes, you read that correctly. The heart and soul of NITRO and the “Icon” of World Championship Wrestling will once again compete on the TNT network after shocking the world in his AEW Dynamite debut on Wednesday night.


Sting made an immediate impact, coming face-to-face with both the “American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes and the TNT Champion Darby Allin, taking his very first steps in an AEW ring.

An official press release from the company, shared in its entirety below, revealed that the 12-time world heavyweight champion signed not only a multi-year deal, but a full-time deal, implying that he will be on AEW programming consistently going forward.

“THE ICON” STING MAKES DEBUT ON AEW DYNAMITE “WINTER IS COMING” EPISODE ON TNT

December 2, 2020 – “Winter is Coming” was already guaranteed to be the biggest episode
of AEW DYNAMITE yet, but on a night packed with tremendous clashes, the debut of
wrestling legend Sting took the world by surprise.

Widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers ever, Sting’s jaw-dropping
appearance sent electricity through the crowd at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Fla., and
throughout the wrestling world, when he stepped in the ring.

AEW has also confirmed tonight that it has officially signed Sting to a full-time, multi-year
agreement.

“The surprise introduction of Sting was a great way to celebrate our biggest episode of Dynamite
yet,” said Tony Khan, CEO and GM of AEW. “When AEW launched, I was ecstatic to bring
wrestling back to TNT after a very long absence. Sting defeated the legendary Ric Flair in the
final wrestling match to be shown on TNT for more than 18 years until the debut of Dynamite in
2019. Now, almost two decades later, it’s such a thrill to welcome Sting to AEW and bring him
back home to TNT!”

Tune in to AEW DYNAMITE on TNT next week to see why Sting is joining the most boundless
promotion in all of wrestling.

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