AEW Dynamite will be moving to TBS in January of 2022. This was an announcement that shocked the pro wrestling world. In addition to that, AEW: Rampage and four annual specials were also confirmed as part of the new deal.
However, despite the move to TBS, AEW will remain on TNT with four “super card” events that will take place every year. This has made fans wonder what will be in store for those shows.
While speaking to Connor Casey of Comicbook.com, Executive Vice President of AEW Cody Rhodes talked about AEW’s future. Rhodes was asked if fans should consider these super cards to what Clash of the Champions was back in the day. To this, Rhodes stated that it was definitely a good way to look at it.
“Yeah, that’s a really good way [to look at it]. I mean, in wrestling, you take these things and they become these old comparables, and you use them as examples. But with All Elite Wrestling, it’s been really hard, because everything we do is perhaps rooted in a piece of history, but then it’s a spin, and then it becomes its entirely own thing, has its own identity. But yeah, I would definitely look at Clash of the Champions as something. And then Saturday Night’s Main Event as well, as what these are. They’d be super events, type events where the titles are on the line, where big stories converge.”
Before that, AEW will also be airing their new show called AEW Rampage which will debut on August 13. AEW certainly has a lot of things in the pipeline and we will have to see how they plan it all out.