AEW has a lot of plans and the signing of Paul Wight also came with revealing a new show for the company. AEW Dark: Elevation is coming very soon to YouTube on Mondays. By the time it’s all said and done, AEW will have four weekly shows.

While speaking with Wrestling Observer Radio, Tony Khan confirmed that AEW Dark: Elevation will not be the TNT show once it begins. He said that pro wrestling has a history of flagship shows and they other programming that gives stars a chance to expand their characters and get ring time. The company plans to keep four weekly shows going as they continue on into 2021.

“We’ll have the two Dark properties and the two TNT properties and I’m really excited about it. I think we’re ready for it.”

No announcement has been made concerning when the second TNT show will begin for AEW. The pandemic caused a bit of a holdup on that front. There are plans for plenty of content for AEW fans as they continue developing their roster.


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