After an 18 year absence, professional wrestling is returning to TNT as part of a multi-platform deal with All Elite Wrestling
With Double or Nothing, set for May 25 in Las Vegas, AEW executive vice president Cody Rhodes took some time for a Q&A with The Post’s Joseph Staszewski
With Randy Orton reportedly being offered an appealing contract by AEW, who else might be on the new promotion’s radar?
AEW is asking its wrestlers to assume less of the risks while also giving them more of the rewards, and it could lead to an exodus of talent from WWE
Fueled by box office buzz and billionaire backers, All Elite Wrestling will likely come as a breath of fresh air for the pro wrestling fan base in 2019
To hell with Kenny Omega. Forget about a television deal. Some of the ways that All Elite Wrestling is looking to change the world don’t necessarily have to do with what we see in the ring or on a screen.
A look at the involvement of Shahid and Tony Khan, as the chief investors of AEW, which enters an industry dominated by World Wrestling Entertainment