All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is gearing up for an action-packed 2023, and fans have reason to be thrilled as they announce the addition of several new pay-per-view events to their calendar. Notably, the recently concluded AEW All In event at Wembley Stadium has already left its mark, and the focus now shifts to the forthcoming WrestleDream show scheduled for October 1.
These exciting developments come amid ongoing rumors that AEW is in the midst of negotiations for a substantial media rights deal, which might include a partnership with the Max streaming service. As AEW continues to ascend in the world of professional wrestling, they are strategically diversifying their pay-per-view offerings to meet growing demand.
Traditionally, AEW’s Full Gear pay-per-view has marked the culmination of their annual calendar. However, this year may see a departure from that tradition due to the expansion of their event schedule. According to Cassidy Haynes of BodySlam.net, AEW has engaged in discussions about the possibility of hosting an additional pay-per-view later in the year, following Full Gear. While no concrete plans have been etched in stone, discussions have progressed to the point where December 29, 2023, has been identified as a potential date for this event.
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As of now, the name of this potential December event remains shrouded in mystery. It’s noteworthy that AEW has traditionally celebrated the winter season with their special “Winter is Coming” episode of Dynamite in December, adding an extra layer of intrigue to their ever-evolving schedule.
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