AEW PPV Calendar: Which Is The Next AEW PPV Event, At Which Date The TNT Program Will Start?
- AEW PPV
- Other AEW Events
|Fyter Fest||June 29, 2019||Daytona Beach, Florida||Ocean Center|
|Fight for the Fallen||July 13, 2019||Jacksonville, Florida||Daily's Place|
|All Out||August 31, 2019||Hoffman Estates, Illinois||Sears Centre Arena|
|Full Gear||November 9, 2019||Baltimore, Maryland||Royal Farms Arena|
|Revolution||February 29, 2020||Chicago, Illinois||Wintrust Arena|
|Double or Nothing||May 23, 2020||TBA||TBA|
|Double or Nothing||May 29, 2021||Paradise, Nevada||MGM Grand Garden Arena|
On May 22, 2019 the AEW World Championship was first teased on AEW's YouTube channel on May 22, where actor and comedian Jack Whitehall attempted to reveal the title belt but struggled to get the championship out of its bag. On June 18, 2019 AEW announced on their twitter page the AEW World Tag Team Championship. Also on June 18, Tony Khan announced futures plans for both a women's championship and a women's tag team championship. On June 20, Brandi Rhodes officially announced that the AEW Women's World Championship will be unveiled at All Out on August 31. AEW ALL OUT crowned the inaugural AEW World Champion in Chris Jericho.
Other AEW Events
|Program||Original release||Original network|
|AEW Dynamite||October 2, 2019–present||TNT|
|AEW Dark||October 8, 2019–present||YouTube|