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AEW has reportedly been offered multiple TV deals

The Elite’s very own promotion – ALL ELITE WRESTLING has been announced along with its very first show – Double or Nothing.

However, if the promotion enters into a competition wherein a giant known as the WWE reigns supreme, they at least need to have their show up on TV. Dave Meltzer noted on the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio that AEW hasn’t signed any TV deals yet.

Meltzer confirmed that AEW hasn’t signed a TV deal yet but has received multiple offers.

There is no television deal, as we speak. But I can say that there’s multiple offers out there and I am confident enough to say that it will happen, which is the key thing anyway.

Meltzer then said that just because they’ve got offers doesn’t mean it’ll actually happen and that nothing can be said until the deal is finally signed.

It is safe to assume that the promotion will have TV deals sooner or later. What network signs them to a deal is what remains to be seen.

(Don’t forget to h/t wrestling-edge while using the quotes from above)


  • Keith Learmonth

    I agree.
    Rushing into a war with WWE would be a bad idea right now.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I do hope for a WWE rivalry someday but they have to be very careful not to go to fast. Do not start you Federation by ripping the WWE at first that only piss the WWE fans themselves off and nobody won’t watch it.

  • Darrin Tyler

    most promotions don’t have tv deals. Half of them I got to download their shows from the internet just to see them.