AEW doesn’t hold monthly pay-per-view events. They plan on running four yearly shows on pay-per-view and the company just locked down plans into 2021.

The company announced that they have signed a deal with In Demand to produce quarterly pay-per-view events through June 2021. Tony Khan commented on this long-term deal as he was quite excited about what is in AEW’s future.

“AEW pay-per-view events are the best shows in wrestling, and In Demand is a perfect PPV partner for us as well as our fans. With In Demand’s vast reach and connectivity, we’ll be able to bring all of our AEW pay-per-view shows into the homes of wrestling fans throughout North America.”

Those four quarterly pay-per-view events likely won’t include the smaller shows that could be on BR Live throughout the year like Fyter Fest or Fight For The Fallen. This is also a good sign that All Elite Wrestling is making long term plans for a marathon and not a sprint.

H Jenkins

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