Tony Khan loves to deliver big announcements and that is exactly what he did on this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, as Khan announced a whole new show for fans. The show, called ‘All Access’ certainly has some intrigue to it. In fact, it seems the show will serve as a replacement for ‘Rhodes To The Top.’

The show, which was revealed during the “important announcement” during AEW Dynamite on February 22 will air after AEW Dynamite every week from next month, though no date has been given yet.

AEW dabbing into the reality TV show business, as they previously aired ‘Rhodes To The Top,’ featuring Cody and Brandi Rhodes and their lives in general. That being said, it was not a massive hit.

While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer talked about the new ‘All Access’ show. Meltzer noted that the show was an offshoot of a previous show idea and that will serve as a replacement for ‘Rhodes To The Top.’


“They actually were going to do an earlier reality show with the couples, which this is sort of an offshoot of, but they basically didn’t get it done and put on the schedule.

“And essentially this really is the long-awaited replacement show for Rhodes To The Top, which was going to air last year. They’d actually started filming it when Cody left the company. So it’s a new reality show, but they’ve done Rhodes To The Top before and they’ve done the reality show thing before so it’s just kind of an extension of what was already done.

“But it’s still, if you’re gonna look at it from a WBD standpoint and a fan standpoint, for people who think that somehow (WBD) is looking at dropping (AEW) or not behind them, this is not the case. You don’t add a new programme with something you’re looking at not keeping.

“Money-wise (rights fees) is a totally different story, that’s to be determined, but the idea that they would drop it… I never, I don’t think anyone thought that they would drop it unless they had a new regime that didn’t like wrestling, which is possible, but this new regime has been very vocally in support of these guys.”

The show is described as “the ultimate behind-the-scenes experience” and will feature “Adam Cole, Dr. Britt Baker, Sammy Guevara, Tay Conti, The Young Bucks, Saraya, Wardlow, and Eddie Kingston along with Tony Khan.” We’ll have to see how the show will turn out.

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