Former WWE Star Tye Dillinger Announced For AEW Casino Battle Royale

AEW announced Shawn Spears, formerly known as WWE’s Tye Dillinger, will be involved in the Casino Battle Royale on Double or Nothing’s The Buy In pre-show. Back in February, Spears was released from WWE after he asked for his release from the company, despite being offered a substantial raise. Spears was on his second run with the company where he spent… Read More Former WWE Star Tye Dillinger Announced For AEW Casino Battle Royale

The Roast Of Ric Flair To Take Place At A Later Date

Starrcast has announced that the roast of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair will take place at a later date to be announced. As noted, The Nature Boy was forced to pull out of “The Roast of Ric Flair” scheduled for Friday night in Las Vegas during Starrcast II weekend, which coincided with AEW’s Double Or Nothing weekend. Flair underwent… Read More The Roast Of Ric Flair To Take Place At A Later Date

AEW Releases Full Adam Page Vs. PAC Match From England (Video)

Over the weekend, news broke of AEW pulling Adam Page vs. PAC from this Saturday’s Double or Nothing card over creative differences. PAC is the current Open the Dream Gate Champion for Dragon Gate and didn’t want to lose a match while holding the title. For AEW, they are focusing on wins/losses and didn’t want to have tie or DQ in the… Read More AEW Releases Full Adam Page Vs. PAC Match From England (Video)

Backstage News On PAC And Adam Page Match Getting Pulled From AEW Double Or Nothing

Yesterday, Adam Page showed up at a Wrestle Gate Pro event in Nottingham, England to confront PAC and answer his open challenge. The two had a match where Adam Page won by DQ. Afterwards, PAC took down Page with a chair and told him he wouldn’t be coming to Double or Nothing or AEW. Initially, this all seemed like a… Read More Backstage News On PAC And Adam Page Match Getting Pulled From AEW Double Or Nothing

AEW Reportedly Not Receiving Rights Fees From New TV Deal, When The Company Expects To Be Profitable

AEW will reportedly not be receiving any rights fees from their new television deal with WarnerMedia. While AEW, which will begin airing on TNT later this year, will not be receiving any rights fees, they will be receiving an ad revenue split, according to TSN’s John McMullen. WarnerMedia will also be paying for production. “Context of #AEWonTNT AEW TV… Read More AEW Reportedly Not Receiving Rights Fees From New TV Deal, When The Company Expects To Be Profitable

The Young Bucks On AEW Differentiate Themselves From WWE And WWE Stars Being Interested In Jumping To AEW

At yesterday’s WarnerMedia Upfronts in New York City, WarnerMedia officially announced that AEW will be airing in prime time on TNT later this year. AEW Executive Vice Presidents The Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, were amongst the stars from the promotion who attended this morning’s event. As seen in the video above, The Bucks spoke with WrestlingNews.co at the… Read More The Young Bucks On AEW Differentiate Themselves From WWE And WWE Stars Being Interested In Jumping To AEW

Cody And Brandi Rhodes Say That There Will Be No Scripted Promos In AEW

Yesterday was a historic day in the world of professional wrestling as it was officially announced that AEW will be airing in prime time on TNT later this year. With the deal, AEW has become the first wrestling company outside of WWE to secure a television deal in the U.S. on a top 25 cable network since WCW folded. At… Read More Cody And Brandi Rhodes Say That There Will Be No Scripted Promos In AEW