AEW Aims to Increase the Number of PPVs per Year

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has been making significant strides in the professional wrestling industry, with a clear vision set by Tony Khan, the company’s President and CEO. As the company continues to evolve, there are indications that some of the initial plans may be subject to change, including the number of pay-per-view (PPV) events that AEW expects its fans to purchase.

Traditionally, AEW has been hosting four major PPV events annually: Double or Nothing, All Out, Revolution, and Full Gear. These events have been the cornerstone of AEW’s PPV strategy, garnering significant attention and fan engagement. However, recent statements from Tony Khan suggest that the company may be considering an increase in the number of these events in the future.

In a media conference preceding the Double or Nothing event, Khan hinted at the potential for additional PPV events. He emphasized that while there is indeed potential for expansion, any decision would need to align with AEW’s economic situation and be in the best interest of the fans. Khan also mentioned that the launch of AEW’s new show, Collision, provides an opportunity to explore and consider additional events, provided they fit within their partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery.

AEW’s new show, Collision, is set to add another night of wrestling action to the weekly schedule for AEW fans. The show will air every Saturday night from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM, and it remains to be seen whether it will attract a large audience. However, Khan appears optimistic about the possibilities that Collision presents.

The upcoming Double or Nothing event is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas on May 28th.

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