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AEW is reportedly “overperforming” according to WarnerMedia

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AEW/All Elite Wrestling is apparently overperforming for WarnerMedia, following comments from WarnerMedia’s General Manager Brett Weitz.

Weitz was speaking in general about WarnerMedia with Nellie Andreeva of Deadline, when he then brought up AEW as a huge asset to the company.

‘We have AEW, which continues to be such an overperformer; this challenger brand of a wrestling asset has now become one of the biggest shows in cable, which is incredible for us.

“We obviously started a completely new night and new show on Friday nights with AEW Rampage” Weitz continued, heavily praising the company.

“And we have Rhodes to the Top, which is a different asset, but when you think of it in totality, TNT really has something for everyone, and that’s the thing that we wanted to be able to deliver for those people that still come to us each and every day.

“If someone comes to us to watch Shawshank Redemption, they stay for Snowpiercer, Animal Kingdom, our sports. They come to us for some of the greatest content, first-in-class content on basic cable” Weitz would conclude.

AEW Is Already Hugely Successful

AEW Dynamite is on every Wednesday night on TNT and FITE; fans in the UK can sign up to watch the show via AEW+ on FITE.

AEW Rampage is on every Friday night on TNT and FITE, fans in the UK can sign up to watch the show via AEW+ on FITE.

All Elite Wrestling also hosts four PPV events per year, available via traditional PPV routes in the United States and again on FITE TV elsewhere. The PPVs are named Double or NothingFull GearAll Out and Revolution.

AEW Dark and AEW Dark: Elevation are available to watch every Monday and Tuesday night on AEW’s official YouTube channel.

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