AEW will be around for at least four more years. That stability could also play a factor in their continued rise as fans know that AEW Dynamite is going to be on TNT for even longer.

While speaking to Busted Open Radio, Cody Rhodes revealed when AEW had the first indications that WarnerMedia was going to extend their deal. This took place far sooner than expected which should also be comforting for fans.

“We in the last week had some indication that perhaps an extension was something that we were going to talk about sooner than we anticipated to talk about. The thing that, I think it is a really a pat on the back not to the AEW crew as much — and I don’t mean to be pandering in anyway. But the fandom, one thing that the fandom really likes is to know, ‘Hey, they’re not going anywhere.’”

All Elite Wrestling has experienced success in 2020. They defeated WWE NXT in the ratings each week so far and their momentum doesn’t seem to be fading. Now that WarnerMedia has shown even more dedication in the young pro wrestling company it means that All Elite Wrestling will continue until at least 2023.


Thanks to 411 Mania for the quote

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