AEW brought another episode of Dynamite for fans this week. Before they left the building, Tony Khan’s company recorded matches for Rampage, and that included a spoiler for Grand Slam.

Click here for our complete spoilers for AEW Rampage this week.

AEW is set to host its third stadium show in the United States, featuring the Grand Slam special edition of Dynamite and Rampage at the USTA Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City on September 20th.

This event follows the historic All In at Wembley Stadium and All Out in Chicago, marking another significant milestone for the promotion. This will be the third year that they’ve held a Grand Slam event in Arthur Ashe Stadium.


AEW’s inaugural stadium show took place in September 2021 with the Grand Slam special edition of Dynamite. In the 2022 edition, Jon Moxley captured the vacant AEW World Heavyweight Title by defeating Bryan Danielson in the main event.

During the Wednesday night taping of the upcoming Rampage episode, it was revealed that Sammy Guevara will square off against Chris Jericho at Dynamite: Grand Slam. This announcement followed a confrontation between Guevara and Jericho, with Jericho proposing a match to resolve their issues before pursuing the AEW Tag Team Titles.

AEW has also confirmed that MJF will defend the World Heavyweight Title against the winner of the ongoing World Title Eliminator Tournament at Grand Slam. Only time will tell who wins that tournament.

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