AEW announced a big deal yesterday as their programming will move to TBS in 2022. They will air four annual special events on TNT, but TBS will be the company’s new home. In all of this news, some seemed to have forgotten that AEW dedicated a title belt to their current network home.

The TNT Title is currently held by Miro. TNT’s official Twitter account even says that Miro is their champion. That will not change despite AEW leaving TNT next year.

Dave Meltzer stated on Wrestling Observer Radio that the plan is for AEW to keep the TNT Title as it is. Of course, there are still months in between now and then, so things could change.

It was proposed that AEW could rename the TNT Title as “The Turner Title,” and that would be a tribute to Ted Turner’s influence on the pro wrestling business. As of this writing, there are no plans to switch things to the TBS Title, or any other name.


Since TNT means dynamite, then it could just stay the same based on that simple fact. We will have to see how things pan out, but it seem that the TNT Title will remain the same.

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