AEW is booking a schedule full of exciting dates as they bring their show to fans all over the United States. Some of those venues are larger than the ones the company was previously booking, and there is a reason for that. Fan interest has grown in huge ways in the last month or so, and that’s only going to continue.

According to Cassidy Haynes on Bodyslam’s The Push Podcast, AEW is more confident than ever to book larger venues like their upcoming December 8th event at Long Island’s UBS Arena. A source within the company cited the fact that the company is confident due to having “a legit headliner.”

“If you have legit headliner talent it equals the confidence to run in larger venues.”

We will have to see what AEW has in sore for fans next. They are already making a lot of noise with CM Punk and Bryan Danielson’s debut is just around the corner.


Other names, such as Bray Wyatt, will also be cleared of their WWE non-compete clauses by the time December rolls around as well. Needless to say, AEW could look like a totally different company when it comes to main event talent when fans turn the calendar into 2022.

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