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AEW potentially getting major changes in the near future

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has been making significant strides within the professional wrestling industry, capturing unprecedented mainstream attention and revenue within its foundational years.

The latest scoop on AEW’s partnership with Warner Brothers Discovery (WBD) suggests that there could be major changes coming soon.

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Deep in Negotiations

Fightful Select recently reported that the negotiation process between Warner Brothers Discovery, the parent company of TBS and TNT, was “deep” in talks.

WBD sources confirmed to Fightful that the companies had been in talks for some time: “Those that we’ve spoken to said that the conversations have been ongoing for months and they personally believe an announcement could be made this Summer or Fall of a deal reached.”

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AEW’s Flexibility Appreciated by WBD

The WBD sources also noted that the company has been pleased with AEW’s flexibility in scheduling, adding and subtracting shows, as well as working with preemptions.

It was also revealed by Fightful Select that WBD is looking to give a ton more money to the company: ‘huge money increase for AEW, by the way things are looking now.’

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Broadcast Situation for All In at London’s Wembley Stadium

The broadcast situation for All In at London’s Wembley Stadium, which still hasn’t been announced, has reportedly been included in these talks as well.

This indicates that AEW is not only looking to solidify its position in the US market but also expand its reach to international audiences.

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