Warner Media announced Wednesday that it’s extending the contract of All Elite Wrestling through 2023 and that a second show is in the works.
According to the official press release, the folks behind All Elite Wrestling and Warner Media “have agreed to launch another night of AEW action, offering more of the fans’ favorite wrestlers, with a second show straight-to-series.”
“When Tony Khan first shared with me his idea of starting a new wrestling league, I was impressed by his audacity to go up against a contender that has been the only game in town for twenty years, and ultimately believed that together we could bring his vision for a new, authentic, gritty product to bear,” says Kevin Reilly, chief content officer, HBO Max, president, TNT, TBS, and truTV in the press release. “The fans have spoken and after only three months, we have seen AEW shake up the wrestling world and this will only continue as we build upon this momentum.”
All Elite Wrestling launched in January 2019, but Warner Media would purchase its television rights in May. The first episode of AEW Dynamite premiered in October on TNT, 20 years after World Championship Wrestling disbanded… Read More HERE