Since its inception in 2019, AEW has come a long way and has made significant improvements in various aspects of its operations. The organization continues to make changes to enhance its offerings to fans. One of the notable successes of AEW was the Forbidden Door event, which proved to be a major success in many respects last year. Now it seems the data for the second Forbidden Door event has seemingly been revealed.
AEW held their Forbidden Door pay-per-view last year, and it was certainly a resounding success. It was a financial success and also featured several excellent matches, from the top to the bottom of the card.
As previously reported, AEW President Tony Khan confirmed that the second Forbidden Door event is already in the works. On AEW Dynamite, Khan announced a ‘behind-the-scenes experience’ in the form of a reality TV show called AEW: All Access that is coming in March this year.
The cable TV company Spectrum has an interesting upcoming show listed on their schedule. In addition to, AEW Revolution on March 5th, AEW Double or Nothing on May 28th, they also list AEW Forbidden Door on June 24th, 2023.
The first AEW Forbidden Door took place on June 26th at the United Center in Chicago. While the likes of Jay White and Kota Ibushi are no longer working in NJPW, there are still quite a few untapped dream matches that both companies can make a reality very soon. We’ll have to see how Forbidden Door will turn out this year.
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