All Elite Wrestling is continuing their road to the future, however Tony Khan can arrange it. AEW is known for producing their flagship shows, Dynamite and Rampage, and it seems like they are in preparations to launch a new show with a timeline also set for it.

The Mat Men Pro Wrestling Podcast’s Andrew Zarian previously stated that AEW might add an hour-long show on Saturdays. Following that, Fightful Select released an update speculating that the program would be given a 6 p.m. ET time slot.

Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Newsletter had another piece of information regarding the same. He stated that the premiere of AEW’s new Saturday program is anticipated to happen “at least by July, if not before.”

The timetable for AEW for the month of June has not yet been disclosed. However. Tony Khan’s promotion is advertising a televised event in Regina, Saskatchewan, on July 8 as part of its comeback to Canada.


It is unknown at the moment if AEW would be producing an edition of Dynamite, Rampage, or if the proposed new show will be taped there. We will have to wait and see when the new AEW show would premiere on television.

Are you excited about AEW’s new show? When do you think it will happen? Sound off in the comments!

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