AEW PPV Schedule

Last Modified May 21, 2024 10:55 GMT

AEW PPV Calendar 2024

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AEW, announced on January 1, 2019, appeared with its debut event, Double or Nothing, on May 25 of that very year, denoting its first-ever PPV. Double or Nothing is hailed as AEW's premier domestic event, with AEW President Tony Khan recognizing it as one of the "big four" close by Full Gear, All Out, and Revolution, comprising the advancement's major quarterly shows. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, AEW facilitated most of its events at Jacksonville, Florida from March 2020 to July 2021. At first invited restricted crowds in August 2020 and changing to full limit by May 2021. In June 2022, AEW extended its PPV schedule with the expansion of Forbidden Door, a cooperative effort with New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). It further expanded its PPV setup in the last half 2023, presenting All In (August), WrestleDream (October), and Worlds End (December).

Warner Brothers, Discovery's Bleacher Report administration airs AEW pay-per-views in the US and Canada, while FITE holds the responsibilities in other global business markets. Conventional PPV are additionally used in the U.S. also, Canada, with widespread coverage across significant satellite suppliers. Moreover, select areas inside Canada's Cineplex Entertainment theater chain offer AEW PPV viewings. AEW extended its Cineplex Entertainment theater chain offer AEW PPV viewings. AEW expanded its reach through media with Sky Deutschland in February 2020 and Sky Italia in August 2020 for PPV broadcasts. Moreover, a tie-up with Eurosport inked in August 2021 are the ways to broadcast AEW's TV and PPV content in India.

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AEW's Next PPV

The next AEW PPV event is AEW Double or Nothing on May 26, 2024 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

May 26, 2024AEW Double or NothingMGM Grand Garden Arena Paradise, Nevada

AEW PPV Calendar 2024

March 3, 2024AEW: RevolutionGreensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Coliseum
April 21, 2024AEW: DynastySt. Louis, MissouriChaifetz Arena
May 26, 2024AEW Double or NothingParadise, NevadaMGM Grand Garden Arena
June 30, 2024AEW x NJPW: Forbidden DoorElmont, New YorkUBS Arena
August 25, 2024All InLondon, EnglandWembley Stadium
September 1, 2024All OutHoffman Estates, IllinoisNow Arena
October 12, 2024WrestleDreamTacoma, WashingtonTacoma Dome
November 23, 2024Full GearNewark, New JerseyPrudential Center
December 28, 2024Worlds EndOrlando, FloridaAddition Financial Arena

AEW PPV Calendar 2023

March 5, 2023AEW RevolutionSan Francisco, CaliforniaChase Center
May 28, 2023AEW Double or NothingParadise, Nevada T-Mobile Arena
June 25, 2023AEW x NJPW: Forbidden DoorToronto, Ontario, CanadaScotiabank Arena
August 27, 2023AEW: All InLondon, EnglandWembley Stadium
September 3, 2023AEW: All OutChicago, IllinoisUnited Center
October 1, 2023AEW: WrestleDreamSeattle, WashingtonClimate Pledge Arena
November 18, 2023AEW: Full GearInglewood, CaliforniaKia Forum
December 30, 2023AEW: Worlds EndUniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

AEW PPV History

All Elite Wrestling was officially announced on January 1, 2019. It was also announced that the promotion will organize its first pay-per-view event in May 2023. It was also the first-ever event by AEW. On May 25, 2023, AEW Double or Nothing took place and there has been no looking back since then. AEW has not announced any single biggest event of the promotion like WWE has done with WrestleMania. However, fans still consider Double or Nothing to be AEW's marquee event. The company's owner and chairman Tony Khan has nominated Double or Nothing as one of its Big Four PPVs. The other three events were its next three continuing PPVs namely, AEW All Out, Full Gear, and Revolution. All Out is a spin-off of the All In PPV, which was organized by Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, and other wrestlers. This event is considered to be the event that began the formation of AEW. Full Gear and Revolution took place in November and February and are now annually held around that time of the year.

Before All Out, AEW also organized Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen in 2019 which were its second and third PPV after Double or Nothing respectively. However, beginning in 2020, AEW no longer organized these events as pay-per-view. Instead, it organized the two events as special episodes of Dynamite and Rampage. In both 2020 and 2021, AEW organized four PPVs only - Revolution in March, Double or Nothing in May, All Out in September and finally Full Gear in November. In 2022, it added another PPV to its belt in the form of AEWxNJPW: Forbidden Door. The event is a collaboration between the wrestlers of AEW and NJPW and now takes place every year in June. In 2023, the PPV calendar of AEW saw major additions. While it organized all five PPVs it had organized in 2022, AEW added another three in the year. This brought its annual PPV tally to eight. In August 2023, it organized AEW All In at the Wembley Stadium in London, England. It then organised WrestleDream in October and World's End in December 2023 to close the year. It is worth to wait to know whether AEW will introduce another PPV in 2024 or perhaps reduce one from its calender, which seems pretty unlikely.

AEW Wrestlers with the most PPV matches

Top 30 List - 30 Superstars with the most PPV matches in AEW History

NameNo of PPV Matches
Matt Jackson25
Nick Jackson25
Maxwell Jacob Friedman24
Chris Jericho23
"Hangman" Adam Page22
Darby Allin22
Kenny Omega21
Jon Moxley20
Orange Cassidy18
Pentagon Jr.18
Jack Perry17
Eddie Kingston16
Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.15
Rey Fénix15
Sammy Guevara15
Christian Cage13
Hikaru Shida13
Scorpio Sky13
Bryan Danielson12
Cash Wheeler12
Dax Harwood12
Ricky Starks12
Chuck Taylor11
Cody Rhodes11
Isiah Kassidy11
Max Caster11
Trent Beretta11
Anthony Bowens10


Which AEW star has the most PPV matches?

Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson (The Young Bucks) have both competed in 25 PPV matches at AEW. 

What is the next AEW PPV?

The next AEW event is AEW Double or Nothing scheduled to take place on May 26, 2024 live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

What was the first AEW PPV?

AEW Double or Nothing (2019) was the first-ever event organized by AEW.

What all shows does AEW have?

AEW has three weekly shows - Dynamite on Wednesday, Rampage on Friday and Collision on Saturday. AEW has roughly eight PPV events every year. It also has a TV Special Battle of the Belts every quarter. 

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