AEW Results

Last Modified Apr 14, 2024 07:53 IST
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AEW is an American pro-wrestling promotion owned and founded by Tony Khan and Shahid Khan. In an era where WWE had almost complete dominance in the world of squared circle, AEW entered the market and has grown ever since. Starting in 2019, All Elite Wrestling has since become, perhaps, the second biggest pro-wrestling promotion in the world. A major reason for its high success is its weekly programming. AEW has always sought to give its weekly programming a huge weightage. From title matches to programming specials, the card for these shows is usually stacked.

AEW has a total of three weekly programs namely Dynamite, Rampage, and Collision. Collision is the latest addition to the bunch and will replace Rampage as AEW’s secondary programming while the latter will be transformed into the developmental programming for the promotion.

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AEW Dynamite Results - April 10, 2024

The latest AEW Dynamite results of the event held on April 10, 2024, are as follows:

Adam Copeland defeated Penta El Zero MiedoAEW TNT Championship Match
Shane Taylor Promotions defeated HOOK, Chris Jericho, and Katsuyori ShibataTag Team Match
Kazuchika Okada defeated Cristiano ArgentoSingles Match
Mariah May defeated Anna JaySingles Match
Samoa Joe defeated Dustin RhodesAEW World Title Eliminator Match

AEW Dynamite is the flagship programming of All Elite Wrestling that made its way to television sets back in 2019. The first-ever episode of Wednesday Night Dynamite aired on the 2nd of October that year on TNT. It was the first pro-wrestling program to air on TNT since the final WCW Monday Nitro episode that aired in 2001. Since December 2021, Dynamite has been airing on TNT’s sister channel TBS.

Dynamite has been one of the most popular wrestling programs since its introduction and has largely been known for the Wednesday Night Wars it was involved in against NXT.

Read here: The latest news, updates and results for AEW Dynamite

AEW Rampage Results - April 12, 2024

The results of latest AEW Rampage are:

Singles MatchOrange Cassidy vs. Alex Reynolds
Singles MatchMatt Sydal vs Jay White
Singles MatchAngelo Parker vs. Zak Knight
ABS TBS Championship Open House MatchJulia Hart (c) vs. Leyla Hirsch

Saturday Collision is the weekly programming of All Elite Wrestling which replaced Rampage as the promotion’s secondary programming. It debuted on June 17, 2023, Collision will take place every Saturday, which is not very common for a pro-wrestling episode as they usually air on a weekday. Like Dynamite, the show has an overall running time of 120 minutes. It airs on TNT, the channel which also broadcasts Rampage. Before the introduction of Collision, there were two weekly programmings of AEW namely, AEW: Dark and AEW: Dark Elevation. These two shows acted as AEW’s development programs and were uploaded on their YouTube channel. However, with the addition of Collision, the status of developmental programming has been shifted to Rampage and, thus, the two former programs have been scrapped.

AEW Collision Results - April 13, 2024

Tag Team MatchDante Martin, Matt Sydal, & Action Andretti defeated by The House of Black
Singles MatchLee Moriarty defeated by Katsuyori Shibata
Singles MatchSerpentico defeated by Daniel Garcia
AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator MatchAZM defeated by Toni Storm

AEW Rampage is a pro-wrestling weekly episodic program that airs every Friday. It made its way to television sets on the 13th of August in 2021 on TNT and has been airing on the network ever since.

Unlike Dynamite and the upcoming Collision, Rampage is not a live event and is taped alongside Dynamite only. With a running time of 60 minutes, It was the secondary programming for the promotion up until June 2023. In June, with the announcement of the Collision, Rampage was shifted to the status of Developmental territories, and the former dark programs (AEW Dark and AEW Dark Elevation) were scrapped.

Read here: The latest news, updates and results for AEW Rampage

AEW Battle of the Belts

AEW Battle of the Belts is a quarterly pro-wrestling program that airs on TNT every quarter. It has an overall running time of 60 minutes and was first contested on the 8th of January in 2022.

It was originally aired on Saturday Nights. However, since the fourth edition, the same has been shifted to Friday Nights where it airs right after the completion of AEW Rampage.

AEW Pay-Per-Views

All Elite Wrestling also organizes a number of PPV events over the year. However, unlike most of the other promotions, AEW does not organize monthly PPVs. Rather, it works on a quarterly basis for the same.

The promotion features around five to six events every year. Double or Nothing, Revolution, Full Gear, All Out, and now Forbidden Door are the events that take place every year in the promotion. These PPVs have a running time of about 240 minutes.

Read here: AEW PPV Schedule 2023


Are AEW results pre-determined?

Yes. AEW is a scripted programming and all the matches and results are pre-determined.

Who is the highest paid AEW Wrestler

Jon Moxley reportedly draws an annual salary of $6 Million, which is more than anyone else on the AEW roster.

When is the next AEW PPV?

The next AEW PPV is AEW Dynasty which is on April 21. 

Who is the AEW Champion?

Samoa Joe is the current AEW World Champion in his first reign with the title. 

How many shows does AEW have?

AEW has three weekly shows - Two-hour Dynamite on Wednesday, One-hour Rampage on Friday and Two-hour Collison on Saturday.