AEW has secured international distribution for its highly anticipated weekly show, Collision, which is set to debut this Saturday on TNT with the return of CM Punk.

FITE has confirmed that it will air the show in the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand as part of the AEW+ subscription package, which already includes weekly episodes of Dynamite and Rampage.

In addition to the aforementioned countries, AEW+ is also available on FITE for viewers in Brazil, Italy, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland. This arrangement specifically caters to regions where Collision does not have any other television or streaming agreements. As a result, fans in the USA will be able to watch the show on TNT, while those in Canada can access it via the TSN+ app.

However, fans in the 42 markets covered by AEW’s streaming deal with DAZN, such as Czech Republic, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Svalbard, Sweden, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and others, will not have access to Collision on streaming platforms.


The premiere episode of Collision will feature CM Punk teaming up with FTR to take on the trio of Jay White, Juice Robinson, and Samoa Joe. Fans can also anticipate the return of Miro, adding further excitement to the debut episode.

How do you feel about AEW securing international distribution for its new show Collision and making it accessible to fans around the world? Leave a comment below.

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