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AEW's weekly series will officially debut on TNT October 2nd

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AEW’s weekly series will officially debut on TNT October 2nd

‘This is not a reckoning. This is a revolution.’

All Elite Wrestling and the TNT network announced today that AEW’s weekly television show will begin Wednesday, October 2nd. The show will take place at the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC.

This announcement confirms some long-standing rumors, namely that the show will happen on Wednesdays every week, and it will notably debut the same week that WWE’s SmackDown LIVE debuts on their new home at FOX.

Interestingly, no name has been given for the show, referred to only as “All Elite Wrestling live weekly series.” It’s long been rumored that the show will be called “Wednesday Night Dynamite” based on trademark filings, but that has yet to be confirmed.

A trailer was also released for the show, which you can watch below:

The next wrestling war begins in earnest this October. Are you ready?

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