All Elite Wrestling may have finally found a home for its growing library of streaming content. As anticipated by many, Tony Khan has struck a deal with WarnerMedia to provide content for the HBO Max streaming service. WarnerMedia is the parent company of TBS and TNT, which air AEW programming on traditional cable.

Andrew Zarian reported the news via Twitter. It is believed that a deal has been struck to bring All Elite Wrestling to the HBO Max streaming service. In addition, AEW has secured access to an “International pro wrestling promotion’s catalog.” That promotion has not been named.

“A lot of chatter regarding Tony’s big announcement tonight.

Spoke to someone this morning and was told that “In many circles, it’s believed AEW & HBO Max have agreed to a deal”.


Also, mentioned AEW has secured access to an “International Pro Wrestling Promotions catalog

All I really know regarding this. Im is not sure what “International Pro Wrestling Promotion” could be.”

The new HBO deal would likely mean that fans will finally have official access to the entire history of AEW. There may even be some undiscovered gems. An official announcement is expected later today.

Wrestling fans have been waiting for this announcement for quite a while. Tony Khan could not be more thrilled to have landed a streaming deal on such a prominent service. As of January, HBO Max had a reach of approximately 46.8 million subscribers in the United States. It is a massive deal for the promotion and its fans alike.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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