AEW is introducing a new show on Saturday nights, and fans are about to see what Collision has to offer. This new show might also bring a change for the AEW roster, but the company isn’t ready to say anything is 100% yet.
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During the media conference before Double or Nothing, Tony Khan had a lot to say. The AEW President was asked about the roster splitting due to Collision. He said that fans are curious about this, but TK was shy about giving any definite plans on the matter.
When questioned about the possibility of a brand split for AEW Collision, Dynamite, and other shows, Tony Khan acknowledged the audience’s curiosity and their desire to generate intrigue about the future of the AEW roster following the upcoming PPV. While he expressed interest in exploring this concept, he refrained from making any definite commitments at that moment.
It was also reported that, “Regarding any new television deals, Khan stated that the duration of the term remained unchanged. Additionally, Collision was an addition to their existing lineup, as Warner had approached AEW and offered them the opportunity to include it.”
AEW stacked their Collision show to include people who like CM Punk. Only time will tell how everything pans out regarding a roster split, but it seems that stars would be stretched rather thin if they are expected to make Wednesday and Saturday live television tapings every single week.
We will have to see how everything pans out for the new AEW Collision show. This is obviously a popular topic of conversation within the pro wrestling fan base. A lot of fans are also considering whether or not they have time for an additional two-hour show every week.
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