There has been a huge thrill in the wrestling groups about the forthcoming new brand and this pro wrestling brand is known as All Elite Wrestling (AEW). The former WWE Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes, along with former Elite faction members, The Young Bucks owns this wrestling brand.
The financial partner of the newest brand is Jacksonville Jaguars and the owners Tony Khan and Shahid Khan. The brand was introduced on 1st January 2019 and has previously signed few of the autonomous stars comprising Kenny Omega and former WWE stars such as Chris Jericho and Neville.
With AEW building a tag for itself, many pro-wrestling experts are forecasting it as the following great destination for numerous WWE stars that are unhappy with their scenarios.
About All Elite Wrestling
All Elite Wrestling, LLC (AEW) is an American professional wrestling promotion which is initiated in 2019. The businessmen Shahid Khan and Tony Khan are the owners of AEW. The billionaire businessman Shahid Khan and his son Tony Khan announced its commencement and inauguration with the previous acting as the campaign’s top investor, whereas the final assists as president and CEO of the company. Proficient wrestlers Cody, Kenny Omega, as well as Matt and Nick Jackson, mutually known as The Elite, assist as both in-ring players and executive vice presidents.
All Elite Wrestling: A threat to WWE
In the meantime, the newly launched AEW is being considered as a threat for WWE for the reason that it is proposing a big money target for the immense WWE superstars to go if they are left unfulfilled with their scenarios.
On the other hand, WWE only focuses on big names and sometimes most of the big wrestlers also do not get the significant storylines, and a number of them do not even perform on television for weeks.
If AEW signs up a TV deal, which is now supposed to be on the edge of signing, then it may perhaps actually dare WWE to retain a hold of their big names.
All Elite Wrestling Wrestlers
Male Wrestlers Ring Names
- Chris Jericho
- Christopher DanielsChuck Taylor (Head of Talent Relations)
- Cody (Executive Vice President)
- Frankie Kazarian
- “Hangman” Adam Page
- Jimmy Havoc
- Joey Janela
- Jungle Boy
- Kenny Omega (Executive Vice President)
- Matt Jackson (Executive Vice President)
- Maxwell Jacob Friedman
- Nick Jackson
- Penta El Zero M
- Rey Fénix
- Sammy Guevara
- Scorpio Sky
- Sonny Kiss
- Trent Barreta
Female Wrestlers Ring Names
- Aja Kong
- Brandi Rhodes
- Britt Baker
- Kylie Rae
- Nyla Rose
- Penelope Ford
- Yuka Sakazaki
All Elite Wrestling First Event
The AEW will grasp a number of rallies at Madison Square Garden till the opening pay-per-view event which is titled “All In”. The event is going to take place on 25 May 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the meantime, the brand has not yet signed a television deal, however as per PWInsider, there are a number of deals on the counter and one may possibly be signed in advance of May.
In the intervening time there have been three matches which are declared for the pay-per-view and those are:
- Chris Jericho vs Kenny Omega
- Pac vs ‘Hangman’ Adam Page
- SoCal Uncensored- Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, Scorpio Sky vs. Cima and two associates to be declared