Two AEW exhibits have reportedly ended within the wake of a brand new debut. Wrestling Spectator Andrew Zarian Reported via Twitter Wednesday’s “AEW Darkish: Elevation” and “AEW Darkish” have come to an finish, at the least for now. It’s a part of a deal that sees the debut of “AEW Conflict” as a brand new Saturday present, with all AEW content material airing solely on Warner Bros.-Discovery properties. Zarian notes that Ring of Honor, which streams on ROH HonorClub, won’t be affected by the deal.
“Darkish” aired on AEW’s YouTube channel on Tuesday nights since 2019 shortly after “Dynamite” premiered. “Darkish: Elevation” was added to the AEW lineup in March 2021 and aired on Monday nights. In recent times, “Darkish: Elevation” was taped on the street previous to the printed of “Dynamite,” whereas AEW did occasional TV tapings of “Darkish” at Common Studios in Orlando.
Each YouTube exhibits had been used primarily to showcase new expertise competing in opposition to AEW roster members. The tournaments allowed AEW officers to see impartial expertise from throughout the nation who had the potential to hitch the group, whereas additionally permitting its energetic members to attain wins and acquire tv illustration.
In the meantime, AEW has but to make an official announcement concerning “Conflict,” which they’ve confirmed will debut on a Saturday in June and shall be headlined by the return of CM Punk. There are additionally rumors that AEW is engaged on a model division, however that hasn’t been confirmed both. Within the midst of this information, “AEW Rampage” shall be on Friday nights on TNT until in any other case famous.