All Elite Wrestling Dark
AEW Dark is a wrestling program that is produced by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). AEW Dark is also simply known as Dark. AEW Dark matches are broadcast on All Elite Wrestling’s YouTube channel every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time. The AEW Dark YouTube show has been created by Tony Khan. AEW Dark has a run time of 60 minutes.
- AEW Dark Introduction
- AEW Dark History
- AEW Dark Roster
- AEW Dark General Managers
- Hottest AEW Dark news on Sportskeeda
- Where to watch AEW Dark?
AEW Dark Introduction
AEW Dark is centered around 'dark matches' which are taped before and after the preceding episode of AEW Dynamite. So, in a way the AEW Dark YouTube show is the prequel and the sequel to all events taking place on AEW Dynamite. AEW Dark matches follow the same format as standard AEW content. The show is used to fill in the gaps and develop a storyline, setting the stage for AEW Dynamite which is All Elite Wrestling's flagship program. It also features highlights of the previous week's AEW Dynamite episode along with interviews from AEW personalities.
Apart from generating a storyline for AEW Dynamite, AEW Dark keeps the lesser used wrestlers of the promotion in conversation and also allows new talent to have their live try-outs. Although AEW Dark is an untelevised web series, dark matches are very entertaining.
AEW Dark History
On October 2, 2019, AEW sanctioned 4 dark matches, two before and two after the first-ever AEW Dynamite episode was taped. Following which, AEW President and CEO Tony Khan announced that the dark matches would soon become accessible to fans. After an announcement by AEW Executive Vice President Cody on October 5, Dynamite's sister program, AEW Dark, was broadcast on Tuesdays on AEW's YouTube channel on October 8. Since then AEW Dark is aired every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, on AEW's official YouTube channel.
Spanish commentator, Dasha González was introduced by Tony Schiavone on November 5, who became his co-host. A special episode called AEW Dark - 2019 Year in Review was aired on December 31, which featured highlights of the show from the past year.
AEW Dark Roster
The AEW Dark roster consists of wrestlers who are signed to All Elite Wrestling. The AEW Roster also includes other on-air personnel like ring announcers, commentators, backstage interviewers, and referees, apart from the backstage staff. The program usually consists of scripted storylines and feuds. The wrestlers are depicted as heroes, villains, or ’tweeners’. AEW Dark results often have an important bearing on AEW rankings.
AEW Dark General Managers
AEW is yet to announce their first General Manager for Dynamite or Dark but there are several candidates who could take up the job. Until now, the promotion has been hesitant to use authority figures.
Hottest AEW Dark news on Sportskeeda
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Where to watch AEW Dark?
AEW Dark premieres every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, every week on AEW's official YouTube Channel. You can also catch all the episodes on its YouTube playlist.
What is AEW Dark?
AEW Dark is an televised web series, dark matches broadcasted on AEW's official YouTube Channel. Apart from generating a storyline for AEW Dynamite, AEW Dark keeps the lesser used wrestlers of the promotion on point and also allows new talent to have their live try-outs.
What time does AEW Dark air?
AEW Dark premieres every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time every week, along with some standalone broadcasts on Fridays before major pay-per-views of AEW.
How to watch AEW Dark matches?
You can also catch all AEW Dark episodes from its YouTube playlist on AEW's official YouTube channel.
Where to watch AEW Dark?
AEW Dark premieres every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, every week on AEW's official YouTube Channel.