According to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW will hold one more PPV show in 2019, and will then have four in 2020.
So far this year, AEW has hosted Double or Nothing, its first PPV as a promotion, and then two smaller shows; Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen.
Its next big show is All Out on August 31, which has a current card of:
AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Chris Jericho vs. Hangman Page
Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega
TAG TEAM MATCH
Dark Order vs. Best Friends
AAA TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS LADDER MATCH
Lucha Bros. (c) vs. Young Bucks
Darby Allin vs. Joey Janela vs. Jimmy Havoc
Cody vs. Shawn Spears
21-WOMAN CASINO BATTLE ROYALE (PRE-SHOW)
Nyla Rose vs. Britt Baker vs. Yuka Sakazaki vs. Allie vs. Brandi Rhodes vs. Teal Piper vs. Ivelisse vs. Jazz vs. 13 TBA
Writing in the Observer, Meltzer said:
After All Out, there will be one more PPV this year, with the plan with TV to do four PPV events in 2020
In comparison to WWE’s packed schedule, four PPVs may seem like a very small amount, but as AEW will hopefully have a format which allows for longer storylines and match builds, a less packed schedule could work very well.
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