AEW finally announced the big news that Collision is coming to Saturday nights. Pro wrestling fans now have two extra hours of television to watch every week to stay up-to-date on everything going on in AEW. Now the company needs to address this with their employees.

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According to a report from PW Insider behind their paywall, AEW has a mandatory meeting scheduled for this afternoon. It is expected that they will address the new Collision television show.

The all hands on deck WWE employee meeting is set for this afternoon.


AEW talent might not have been invited to the Warner Bros Discovery upfront presentations, but the company was still a big focus during the event at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. The company’s new television show, Collision, was announced. Now fans have another show to watch every week, and it will block off two live hours of television every Saturday.

Obviously, the company could have a lot to talk about when talent show up to Dynamite tonight. This is especially true with an expected roster split.

What’s your take on AEW’s new Collision television show? Are you happy about adding another television show to your weekly pro wrestling consumption? Sound off in the comments!

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