AEW’s momentum in 2024 has been nothing short of extraordinary, marking it as one of the most remarkable years for the promotion thus far. AEW recently decided to reveal the full schedule for its pay-per-view events and now the reason for that has been revealed.

Recently, AEW made a significant announcement by revealing the dates and locations for their upcoming pay-per-view events. This move underscores AEW’s dedication to providing top-notch entertainment and expanding its reach to audiences around the world.

The promotion’s events will take place in a variety of exciting locations, including the bustling streets of New York and the vibrant arenas of Las Vegas. According to PWInsider, one of the main reasons AEW decided to release their entire pay-per-view schedule for 2024 so early was to give fans ample time to plan and prepare to attend the shows.

By announcing the dates and locations well in advance, AEW aims to accommodate fans’ travel plans and budgeting needs, making it easier for them to experience the events in person.


”One of the primary reasons why AEW decided to release their entire PPV schedule for 2024 so early was to allow fans who want to attend the shows the proper amount of time to prepare.”

AEW faces the challenge of maintaining its momentum and meeting the high expectations of its passionate fanbase. The promotion’s dedication to pushing boundaries and creating innovative programming has set a high standard for future events, so we’ll have to see how Dynasty turns out this month.

Are you looking forward to each and every pay-per-view in AEW this year? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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