AEW is all set to debut their new reality show, All Access, on TBS after Dynamite tonight. The show will take fans behind the scenes and into the lives of top stars such as Adam Cole, Dr. Britt Baker, Sammy Guevara, and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson).
Click here to watch the trailer for AEW All Access.
It was previously reported that the show could shed a light into Brawl Out, but that no longer seems to be the case. According to The Ringer, All Access will skirt around All Out because The Young Bucks told the filming crew that subject is off limits.
“All Access skirts around the subject [AEW All Out], and the (Young) Bucks, hesitant to freely discuss the issue, only offer up how ‘nervous’ they were to come back from a nearly three-month suspension instead of taking a pin to ballooning theories online they say aren’t necessarily true.”
Matt Jackson provided some details into what AEW All Access will be about, noting that they had to tell the filming crew that they won’t be talking about Brawl Out during the filming of the reality series.
“That’s what sucks about wrestling now, there is very little mystique. All Access was revealing in a way where they wanted to come to our homes and do all this stuff. We had to tell them, Hey, some stuff’s off-limits.'”
The Elite, CM Punk and Ace Steel were suspended over their involvement in the brawl that took place during the media call at All Out. Ace Steel was released from his contract after the brawl. The Elite returned to the company at Full Gear. As for CM Punk, the Second City Saint continues to burn bridges with the promotion with his social media psots.
Will you be watching AEW All Access after Dynamite tonight? Do you think the show should’ve featured Brawl Out? Sound off in the comments!