With the announcement of “AEW Collision” airing on Saturdays starting June 17, the question arises regarding how the show will fare against other Saturday night programming, particularly major sporting events like UFC, college football, and NFL games during the fall season.
AEW owner Tony Khan acknowledges the significance of competing against the NFL, and he expressed his apprehension during the media call for AEW Double or Nothing this Sunday. When asked about the possibility of Collision going head-to-head with the NFL, Khan admitted that it would be the toughest challenge the promotion has ever faced. He further stated that he is not looking forward to the prospect of such competition.
The concern for AEW is evident as they navigate scheduling conflicts and strategize how to maintain viewership amid stiff competition from popular sporting events.
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