AEW’s latest experiment needs to work, since it’s going to require so much TV time to complete.
Tony Khan never shies away from a wrestling war, even one that he is guaranteed to lose.
This is going to rule.
If he makes the wrong decision, he could end up getting 69’d on Saturday.
That is, unless the boy who cried wolf strikes again.
This is probably for the best.
AEW and WWE are both desperate to win the Tuesday night war.
Here is what AEW has in store for you on its biggest episode of Dynamite of 2023.
Now that CM Punk is reportedly suspended following a backstage altercation with Jack Perry, AEW needs to scramble to find a new main event for All Out in Chicago.
AEW should probably send CM Punk home this time.
AEW’s biggest event of the year is just around the corner, but it’s being completely overshadowed by the latest CM Punk backstage drama.
In fact, they are only two steps away from doing it.
They are now the hottest act in AEW, so Khan’s booking plans should change accordingly.
Kota Ibushi makes his long-awaited debut for AEW’s version of War Games, which promises to be the bloodiest and most violent match of the year.
There are two HUGE ANNOUNCEMENTS coming to AEW, one of which might end up being all about Chris Jericho.
Tony Khan got carried away and doesn’t even have a full bracket out yet for AEW’s latest concurrent tournament.
The Elite are expected to miss the go-home episode of Dynamite, opening the door for CM Punk to return to the show in his hometown of Chicago.
Orange Cassidy’s winning streak and title reign are suddenly in danger of collapsing.
Tony Khan has one more announcement about AEW Collision, and you know what that means.
After months of dodging questions from the media, Tony Khan might finally say the name "CM Punk" again.
The return of CM Punk, the launch of a new TV show, perhaps a one billion dollar TV deal...it’s a very exciting day to be a fan of AEW.