AEW All Out will go down in pro wrestling history as one of the best shows in recent memory and the debuts of Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson can be attributed to that fact.

After the massive success of the pay-per-view, Chris Jericho declared that the game changed after the conclusion of AEW All Out.

AEW Dynamite recently defeated Monday Night RAW in the coveted 18 to 49 demographic which gave them .53 rating. They beat Monday Night RAW again the week after as well.

While speaking to Busted Open Radio, AEW President Tony Khan stated that AEW has the best roster in pro wrestling right now and on top of that AEW is also the hottest show in the business as well.


I would ask people to give us a look right now. I really think we’ve had a great couple of years, and we’ve done 102 episodes of Dynamite now. I just think we’ve come so far in that time, the roster right now is, in my opinion, the best in wrestling. I’m biased because I went out and signed the people and paid them. So, I must think something of them all, but I really do believe it’s the best roster in wrestling, and we also have the best fans in wrestling. Since the fans came back and we’ve returned to the packed arenas, we took a show that was really hot and managed to navigate the pandemic, and we’ve come out and made it the hottest wrestling show in the world. And with the Rampage launching, It’s just a great time to get into AEW,”

Even Jim Cornette recently stated that AEW Dynamite will continue to beat Monday Night RAW in ratings. It remains to be seen how AEW will change in the coming months.

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