All Elite Wrestling has their first show coming live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 25th and hype has been building around it since the signing of Kenny Omega was officially announced last week.
Now it is being reported, per WrestleTalk that AEW have a working plan in place for their future events over the next 10 months of 2019, with that coveted TV deal coming ever closer into existence.
WrestleTalk have provided the following information regarding AEW’s reported future event plans:
“However, having spoken to a source very close to AEW, we can exclusively reveal that the current planned schedule is the following:
May 25 – Double Or Nothing at the MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas
June 2019 – Unspecified show (believed to be in USA)
July 2019 – Unnamed show in Jacksonville, Florida with a portion of the proceeds going to anti-gun crime charities
August 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
September 2019 – All Out – the official sequel to All In and the full launch of the brand prior to TV tapings beginning. We understand that while not yet confirmed, this is again likely to take place at the Sears Center in Chicago
October 2019 – Weekly television starts”
If this is correct it appears that AEW has got a plan in place to stay relevant with live shows every month leading up to their TV launch date which is here being said to be sometime in October.
Also of note is the international event being held in the United Kingdom in London’s Royal Albert Hall – a venue also used by NXT for their UK tapings in 2018.
Of course, this is not confirmed by AEW as of yet and we will have more for you should this develop any further.