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The Elite on AEW’s touring schedule, TV deal

Young Bucks press confrence

The original Elite trio of Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks represented AEW on Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo and during a panel session, they gave us some ideas about how they will be operating their company.

Nick first talked about their touring schedule, saying that they will be a touring brand but their schedule won’t be as hard as WWE since a lot of their talents have families.

When asked about their TV Deals, Kenny said that there are things that have already been put into motion but it doesn’t mean that they can’t be expanded upon:

“There are things that have already been put in motion [with the TV deal] that can’t be stopped, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t be expanded upon, that doesn’t mean that they’re limited to that. I’m still looking at some crazy things to benefit the company and just to keep things interesting and lively. We still will welcome any cool ideas and feedback from the fan base because, really, it’s for you guys in the end.”

Apart from this, they also talked about the contracts AEW will offer, saying that eventually, they’ll have a full-time schedule but until then the contracts will be different from talent to talents since many of the guys are young and they wouldn’t want them to catch ring rust.


  • Soulshroude

    Regarding the AEW deal, I’m kind of excite… but still need to see the actual show and at least a P.P.V. before deciding. Either way, I’m hoping they’ll be actual competition for WWe to take them seriously. Other than that, I’ve got nothing.

    In the end, if they were the actual sponsors of “ALL IN”, it should be a hell of a show without the extra time constraint difficulty factor. They seem to have their ducks in order. Kind of looking forward to it. As long as the show doesn’t have the cheasy lighting that ROH and NJPW have… makes things look, b-rated.

  • Soulshroude

    Even before AEW has gotten the event, there is a huge craze for their business plan and a hell of an opportunity. They may just be what the WWE needs as a challenging competition… I have no doubt. I’m still waiting to see the first few episodes and the FIRST p.p.v. to react accordingly, and truthfully.

    IF those guys (Omega and the Bucks) did sponsor “ALL IN”, I’m sure their future endeavors will be successful, overall.

  • CC

    Because this is how the wrestling business has worked for decades?
    Its not about you, its about the kids in attendance who do not want everything spoiled for them.
    There is a reason Kayfabe exists.

  • Darrin Tyler

    Why would they be in character at a comic con type event? Just use your real names, we already know who they are for real. Just say their names…ugh this bugs me all the time.