Fans of All Elite Wrestling — or AEW — should know that there’s a low-cost alternative to cable for watching all three AEW weekly series and more. For just $40.00/mo, Sling TV delivers all the AEW action you can handle — read on for more info.
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AEW took the pro-wrestling scene by storm in 2019, when it launched to almost instant acclaim. With Tony Khan as president and wrestlers Cody Rhodes, Matt and Nick Jackson (tag team The Young Bucks), and Kenny Omega as co-founders and Vice Presidents, the new promotion was up and running immediately.
Early pay-per-view events “Double or Nothing,” “AEW All Out,” and “Full Gear” helped cement its place as a wrestling powerhouse. AEW’s flagship TV show, AEW Dynamite, also premiered that year, stomping all over WWE NXT in the ratings.
Today, AEW is considered a rejuvenating shot to a pro-wrestling scene that had gone stale with no real competition to WWE. With three weekly shows, a quarterly special, and PPV events throughout the year, AEW isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
All Elite Wrestling Programs
- AEW Dynamite: The first and main weekly program. Also known as Wednesday Night Dynamite, it airs (usually) live every Wednesday at Eastern on TBS.
- AEW Collision: AEW’s newest addition to the lineup and its second main show. Sometimes called Saturday Collision, it comes on live every Saturday at Eastern on TNT.
- AEW Rampage: After the cancellation of the Dark series on YouTube, Friday Night Rampage took on highlighting younger and indy wrestlers not ready for the main ring. You can watch it every Friday at Eastern on TNT.
- AEW Battle of the Belts: One-hour specials that air four times a year at Eastern on Saturday nights on TNT.
- AEW: All Access: A behind-the-scenes six-episode miniseries from spring of 2023. No further episodes/seasons have been announced, but you can watch it on demand.
How to Watch AEW on Sling TV
While both Blue and Orange have exclusive channels, they share the majority of their lineup, and TNT and TBS are included in either one.
Sling Blue features NBCUniversal channels like NBC, Bravo, USA, Syfy, and E! and Fox channels like Fox, FS1, Fox News, and FX. You can stream on up to 3 devices at a time.
Sling Orange offers all three ESPNs, The Disney Channel, Freeform, and MotorTrend. You can only stream Orange on one device at a time.
All plans come with 50 hours of DVR cloud storage and a ton of add-ons available to customize your package with. Sling runs on almost all major streaming devices, including smart TVs, plug-ins like Amazon Fire TV Stick, desktop computers, mobile phones and tablets, and even some game consoles.
So don’t miss out on the next big plot twist — sign up for Sling TV today to catch all your favorite AEW shows in one place at one low price!
What happened to AEW Dark and AEW: Dark Elevation?
AEW’s YouTube shows were canceled. Reportedly, this is due to two reasons. First, their broadcast deal with Warner Bros. Discovery was changed to include total exclusivity. In other words, AEW will only air on WBD channels. Second, AEW Rampage will be taking on the developmental role the Dark series played by featuring younger AEW talent and indy wrestlers who haven’t signed on yet.
Who are the current champions in AEW?
As of this writing, September 13, 2023, this is the current slate of champions:
- AEW World Champion: MJF
- AEW International Champion: Jon Moxley
- AEW TNT Champion: Luchasaurus
- FTW Champion: Hook
- AEW World Tag Team Champion: FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler)
- AEW World Trios Champion: Billy Gunn and The Acclaimed (Max Caster and Anthony Bowens)
- AEW Women’s World Champion: Saraya
- AEW TBS Champion: Kris Statlander
Whom can I watch on AEW?
There are dozens of wrestlers on the AEW roster, but these are some top names:
- Adam Cole
- “Hangman” Adam Page
- Britt Baker
- Bryan Danielson
- Chris Jericho
- Darby Allin
- Eddie Kingston
- Jack Perry
- Jon Moxley
- Orange Cassidy
- Rey Fenix
- Ricky Starks
- Sammy Guevara
- Samoa Joe
- Swerve Strickland
- Hikaru Shida
- Jade Cargill
- Kris Statlander
- Toni Storm
What happened to CM Punk?
He was fired. At AEW All In London at Wembley Stadium on August 27, 2023, after successfully defending his “Real World Championship,” Punk was involved in a “backstage altercation” with Jack Perry. During the confrontation, Punk allegedly put Perry into a guillotine choke and charged at AEW president Tony Khan. His contract was subsequently terminated with cause on September 2.
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