AEW has always been rather creative with the way they do things. They experiment with their content distribution often. Tony Khan’s move to give the fans go-home episodes of AEW Rampage before the PPV was definitely experimental.
The pro-wrestling promotion recently shot out the announcement that they will show their “ALL OUT” pay-per-view in a select few theatres. AEW released the following announcement in order to let fans know that it’s a pretty important move.
AEW’S PPV EVENT “ALL OUT” TO AIR IN SELECT THEATRES
IN NORTH AMERICA ON SEPT. 5
— Joe Hand Promotions Creating In-Theatre Experience for Pro-Wrestling Fans –
August 27, 2021 — All Elite Wrestling (AEW), in partnership with Joe Hand Promotions, is bringing its highly anticipated ALL OUT PPV event live to select theatres on Sunday, Sept. 5, beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Participating theatres include Cinemark, AMC, Harkins, Galaxy, Marcus, Emagine, Studio Movie Grill and Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas in the U.S., and Landmark Cinemas in Canada.
Joe Hand Promotions will also ensure that fans enjoy a premium in-theatre experience during the show. To locate a theatre showing ALL OUT, fans can check the Joe Hand Promotions website: https://www.joehandpromotions.com/aew-all-out-theatres
Tony Khan sang a lot of praises of the Joe Hand Productions. He stated that they conduct a highly specialized and considerate performance of AEW shows. He added that AEW looks forward to another event done right with Joe Hand Productions.
We’ve had a lot of success bringing the camaraderie and excitement of our pay-per-events to the big screen, and we’re looking forward to delivering another memorable evening next Sunday. Joe Hand Promotions has been a great partner in delivering top-notch experiences and connecting us with our fans at theatres across North America.
AEW “All Out” is one of the most anticipated shows by the promotion. Masks being a state-wide mandate for the state of Illinois has been issued ahead of the PPV. Hurricane Helms even joked that Chris Jericho will head to WWE right after All Out. Jon Moxley is also set to face a prominent NJPW wrestler at the PPV, so be sure to check it out.
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