AEW Reportedly Running Another Stadium Show In The U.S This Year, Not Running Madison Square Garden

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All Elite Wrestling look set for another US stadium show this year.

Since September 2021, AEW have held their annual Grand Slam event at Arthur Ashe stadium, with both an episode of Dynamite and Rampage being taped to be aired live on Wednesday and taped for Friday respectively. The company additionally held their first stadium show outside of America last year at AEW All In at the historic Wembley Stadium, with a second instalment set for this year, but these may not be the only stadium shows the company runs in 2024.

It now appears as though AEW could be set for another stadium show in the US this year, as Andrew Zarian recently revealed that this is the case whilst replying to questions during the Mat Men podcast.

“Yes, they are. Or they will, yes. I mean, but by the way, they do run a stadium show every year in the US. So are you talking about another stadium show? Arthur Ashe is a stadium. Are you saying a second stadium? I mean, I will say yes. Yes, they will do something.”

-Andrew Zarian

Later during the show, Zarian also addressed recent speculation that AEW would be holding a show at Madison Square Garden. Zarian denied that this is the case, although he then went on to hint that he’ll be able to reveal more on either March 3rd or 4th.

“By the way, AEW is not running The Garden. Can I just say that? I got approached by numerous people asking me, and some of them, listen, I’m curious where this came from. AEW is not running Madison Square Garden. I would know, and I know something else. We’re gonna wait. I will announce something on, I’ll tell you a date. What month are we in? Either Sunday the 3rd or Monday the 4th (of March), I will announce something.”

-Andrew Zarian

As for events that are confirmed for AEW, Tony Khan announced during this past Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite that the company will present AEW: Big Business from the TD Garden in Boston on Wednesday March 13th, with all signs pointing towards Mercedes Moné making her debut for the promotion during the show.

As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on AEW potentially running a second stadium show in the US this year as soon as we hear more.

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