AEW lands prime-time television deal and WWE has competition

  • AEW lands prime-time television deal and WWE has competition

AEW lands prime-time television deal and WWE has competition

Wrestling is returning to TNT as part of a multi-platform deal with All Elite Wrestling. AEW will be presented to advertisers during the WarnerMedia Upfront at the Madison Square Garden Theater on Wednesday.

The nascent promotion announced that the veteran official, best known for his lengthy tenure with WWE, has put pen to paper to count to three in AEW rings via their official Twitter account.

Earl Hebner, perhaps the most well-known referee in the history of professional wrestling, has signed for AEW.

The B/R Live platform will serve as the exclusive digital streaming platform in the United States for AEW'S Double Or Nothing event on May 25th as well. In addition, Double or Nothing's hour-long live pre-show will stream on WarnerMedia and AEW's social media channels.

WWE Co-President George Barrios recently commented on whether WWE considers All Elite Wrestling (AEW) to be competition. The full press release regarding AEW's deal with WarnerMedia can be seen below. AEW will reportedly air their TV on TNT on Tuesday nights when SmackDown! The company has a monthly subscription service called Pro Wrestling Crate where they ship blind boxes of products based around a theme directly to your home. "So yeah, AEW has announced and welcome to the game".