AEW opened the doors for a new two-hour show ever Saturday night, and Collision is now a thing. Fans all over are now tuning in to see what the company has to offer, and they have a bit of a unique roster as well.

Britt Baker has been with AEW since the beginning. As one of their original talents, she has appeared on Dynamite, Dark, Collision, and Rampage at this point. With collision came a need to enact a soft brand split, and while it isn’t hard and fast, it is still there.

While speaking on Not Just Football with Cam Heyward, Britt Baker discussed the introduction of Collision, and how it has helped give more screen time to those on the roster.

“It’s awesome, because it gives more people TV time. We have such a huge roster and we have the best wrestlers in the world, but there’s like 20 of them — there’s so many, so it’s great to give people a split.”


“For us, we are still getting used to it because we don’t know what show we are going to be on yet that week; it’s not like a hard brand split, it’s not like a ‘Raw’ or ‘SmackDown’-type thing yet. I don’t know what the plan for that [is], if that’s going to be in the future, but it’s awesome.” 

“We’ve only been on TV for three or four years now and we already have three TV shows. Like the network wanted another show so that’s awesome.”

The Collision locker room has been described as more relaxed as well. Only time will tell what the viewership trends up up looking like, but that Saturday night television show obviously has a ton of competition. That being said, Warner Bros Discovery seem to be very happy with AEW at this point.

Collision has a lot of attention from AEW fans, and they are doing what they can to attract attention with a diverse roster. The big question is what they will book next.

What’s your take on AEW’s new Collision show? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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