AEW has seen a ton of growth over the course of five years and it continues to make history with their upcoming events. AEW All In is certainly the company’s biggest event yet and it made history in many ways. With that said, AEW is now having doubts over holding back-to-back pay-per-view events.

Last year, the company made the ambitious decision to hold the All In pay-per-view and then the All Out pay-per-view a week apart, which many felt was not a good decision as it barely left any breathing room. Even then, the shows were a huge success despite the timing.

According to Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, while AEW’s All In event last year was considered successful, there’s a sentiment among the AEW backstage team that holding pay-per-views just 7 days apart may not be ideal.

”While All In was seen as a success last year, there is belief in AEW backstage that PPVs 7 days apart isn’t an “optimum thing”.


The timing could affect audience engagement, logistical planning, and overall impact, which suggests that future event scheduling might require some adjustment to maximize success and viewer interest. Regardless, we’ll have to wait and see whether history will repeat itself this year.

Do you also feel the two pay-per-views shouldn’t be held 7 days apart? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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