In light of the recent adjustment to the pay-per-view schedule, AEW CEO Tony Khan has provided insights into the decision to alter the date for AEW All Out 2024.

Originally slated for the weekend before Labor Day, All Elite Wrestling shifted the date to the weekend following Labor Day, specifically Saturday, September 7. This change comes in response to the desires of many fans, echoing feedback received after last year’s All In London event, which occurred just before Labor Day weekend.

While speaking on the media call to promote AEW Double or Nothing, Khan elaborated on the rationale behind this decision.

“It was really a great two-week period last year of back-to-back weekends with All In and All Out.”


Khan expressed his commitment to delivering exceptional experiences for fans, particularly those in Chicago.

“I wanted to continue putting AEW on in September and I wanted to give the fans in Chicago a great show and I was thinking how can I give them an even better show.”

Reflecting on feedback regarding the timing between All In and All Out, Khan acknowledged the potential benefits of allowing more time for buildup.

“One note people had was, if All Out had been a little bit further out we could have built things a little bit more and maybe people wouldn’t have been so surprised at how great the show turned out to be… and I thought that made sense.”

The decision has garnered positive responses from fans, with Khan emphasizing the importance of fan feedback in shaping AEW’s decisions.

As AEW gears up for its next pay-per-view, Double Or Nothing 2024, in Las Vegas, Nevada, it prompts consideration of the ongoing evolution of wrestling events and fan preferences.

Do you think adjusting the timing of AEW All Out will enhance the overall experience for fans? What are your thoughts on the significance of fan feedback in shaping wrestling events? Share your insights in the comment section below.

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H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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