AEW has a new television show set to debut on June 17th. AEW Collision will take up 2 hours of fans’ lives every Saturday night, but that doesn’t apply to every fan who enjoys AEW’s product around the world.

Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that, so far, there have been no announcements about Collision airing in the UK or Canada. This could pose a problem for them coming up.

AEW booked a few Collision shows for Canada, and it would be an interesting thing if Canadian fans can’t watch the show. Also, the company is looking to spread into the UK market, but their Saturday show isn’t a part of the deal.

“They got a new show, and no clearances in two of their key markets,” Dave Meltzer noted. Obviously, this is something that Tony Khan’s company might need to fix.


AEW is trying their best to capture interest all over the world. At this rate, they are having quite a difficult time with Rampage, because that viewership continues to slip every week. Now, they will have to worry about Collision on top of that.

Do you think that AEW Collision is destined to fail? Do you think that it will be a huge success? Let’s talk about it in the comments section!

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