A Complete Guide for People New To All Elite Wrestling

Posted by Julia Berry on July 3rd, 2019

In times when WWE isn’t doing enough to offer creativity, you are left only with New Japan Pro Wrestling. Or you can switch to All Elite Wrestling also known as AEW. All Elite Wrestling All Out Tickets are available at Tickets4Wrestling.com.

Let’s face it, in aspects of creativity IMPACT has the secondary standards, Lucha Underground is long dead and Ring of Honor is just there. AEW, on the other hand, got some really interesting stuff going on in the meantime. And you never know what you get to see there with tons of wrestlers you know and some you might not offering massive entertainment. I’ll say get your Cheap Tickets for All Elite Wrestling All Out and get out there.

A Brief Look into AEW Formation:

AEW is owned by the billionaire owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Shahid Khan and his son Tony Khan is the President and CEO. Cody Rhodes, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson, and Kenny Omega are The Executive Vice Presidents of the company. And lastly, Brandi Rhodes is the Chief Brand Officer.

After being constantly staying in the shadows Cody Rhodes got fed up and requested to be released by WWE. Somewhere in mid-2016, the deed was finally done. Soon after which Rhodes became a part of the Bullet Club stable and thus met with the Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) and Kenny Omega. All of which didn’t have many good memories with WWE.

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Then in 2017, a wrestling news guy and historian Dave Meltzer claimed that no independent wrestling show could sell out in a 10,000 arena in the US. Cody and the Bucks decided to take him up on this challenge and set up a PPV featuring non-WWE promotions like ROH, NJPW, AAA, IMPACT, NWA, and some others at the Sears Centre Arena on September 1, 2018.

The event surprisingly was sold out in an arena with over 11,000 seats. When Cody and the Bucks understood that they had the audience they decided to keep this going with the cooperation of the Khan Family AEW was officially announced on January 1, 2019.

All Elite Wrestling Updates:

AEW did their first show in May with name “Double or Nothing” which was fitting as it doubled their buy rate. It marks the major wrestling PPV Event that was not associated with WWE or WCW. Their next show is sometime in October. The All Elite Wrestling All Out Tickets are already on sale, get them at Tickets4Wrestling.

It was also announced in May that AEW will officially start airing live two hours a week on TNT. While PPVs will take place 4-5 times a year. Till then, AEW is doing monthly shows to keep an eye on the product.

You can keep track of their latest updates and show dates by following their YouTube channels “All Elite Wrestl

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