AEW Potentially Landing On MAX Soon, Possibly Running 12 PPVs A Year


All Elite Wrestling could find itself a new home in the near future if reports are to be believed.

For the past few months, many fans have been speculating that AEW content could find its way onto a streaming service, with AEW President Tony Khan himself revealing that he’d “love” to see AEW find a home on HBO’s MAX.

During the most recent episode of the Mat Men Podcast, Andrew Zarian revealed that he’s extremely confident of this coming to fruition, adding that he expects the company to run 12 pay-per-views a year, a considerable increase from the 6 that have/will happen this year.

“I feel confident to say MAX is gonna be the home for AEW, I can also feel confident to say they’re gonna run 12 PPV’s a year. Not a prediction my friend, I feel very confident to say it”

-Andrew Zarian

It’s worth noting that AEW filed a trademark for “AEW PLUS” on July 24th in the category of “streaming of professional wrestling entertainment video material on the Internet.”

As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on the prospect of AEW landing on MAX, as well as a potential increase in their number of PPV outings, as soon as we hear more.

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