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AEW Collision TV Channel: How to Watch in the US

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is about to take another significant leap in expanding its already impressive presence on television. The exciting new show, AEW Collision, is set to hit the screens soon and promises to be a major event, especially with the return of one of pro wrestling’s most controversial figures, CM Punk’‹.

AEW has consistently provided gripping action to its fans since its debut in 2019. The weekly two-hour show, Dynamite, aired on TNT until it moved to TBS in 2022.

Additionally, the company introduced the one-hour series Rampage in 2021 and also operates AEW Dark, a YouTube-only show.

The company’s rise continued with the acquisition of the Ring of Honor company in 2022, leading to a mix of ROH and AEW wrestlers and championships. Now, AEW is ready to return to TNT with the upcoming AEW: Collision show’‹.

The Role of AEW Collision

AEW Collision is set to play a key role in the AEW ‘universe.’ The plan is for Collision to serve as the secondary show to Dynamite, while Rampage will transition into a “developmental” show for younger wrestlers, similar to how WWE uses their NXT show to help rookies break out.

There is still some ambiguity, though, as All Elite President Tony Khan has not clarified whether AEW will implement a “brand split” like WWE or specified which talents will be used on the new show.

However, he did confirm that the show will feature the return of CM Punk, adding an extra layer of excitement to the upcoming show’‹.

How to Watch in the US

For fans in the US eager to watch this latest addition to the All Elite programming lineup, Collision will premiere on TNT.

The show is scheduled to air on Saturday, June 17 at 8/7c, marking another major step in AEW’s evolution. Given the anticipation building around this show, it’s advisable to mark your calendars to ensure you don’t miss the action’‹.


In conclusion, AEW Collision promises to add another exciting dimension to AEW’s television presence. With a mix of established and emerging wrestling talents, and the anticipated return of CM Punk, AEW Collision is set to make a significant impact in the wrestling world.

Be sure to tune in to TNT on Saturday, June 17 to catch the premiere of AEW Collision.

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Jake Skudder
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