All Elite Wrestling has been in talks with TV companies in order to get a TV deal, especially after Jim Ross signed a three-year deal with the company. Now it seems we know where they will have a television show.
The Elite had stopped by Turner while they were in Atlanta for the Super Bowl a couple of months ago. It seems that all the rumors of AEW getting the best non-WWE TV deal since WCW seems to be true as Turner Network might be the television home for AEW.
The Fight Oracle reports Turner Sports plans to present All Elite Wrestling at their upcoming upfronts as part of a presentation for their advertisers. The upfronts are scheduled for May 15th.
Jim Ross had recently revealed that AEW will have a two-hour show that will begin airing from October. He didn’t provide any details but did say AEW TV show will air on a major network that everyone will have access to. So it isn’t surprising that it turned out to be Turner Network.
We will provide more details regarding AEW’s television deal as we get to know more.