All Elite Wrestling has put together a multifaceted broadcast plan, and Ashley Rose Nova has all the known details!
On May 15, 2019, Warner Media and All Elite Wrestling revealed the latest elements of their broadcast plans. The first event that will be shown is Double or Nothing. Warner Media made the announcement that the event will be shown on B/R Live and Pay-Per-View. This will allow enthusiastic wrestling fans and people who are new to pro-wrestling the opportunity to view the new promotion. By partnering with Warner Media this will allow these world-class performers to be introduced on a global scale.
Of course this announcement also includes having the AEW weekly TV product broadcast on TNT, the former home of WCW Monday Nitro.
The “Best Bout Machine” Kenny Omega has stated before that there is not an intention with AEW to compete with WWE. However, the intention of providing the alternative of an additional wrestling outlet, this will allow and create wrestling to become universally entertaining.
Bleacher Report Live has commented that the event will be at a cost of $49.99 in the US and Canada.
Hey Cory! AEW Double or Nothing will be $49.99 in the US and Canada on B/R Live.— BR Live Support (@BRLiveSupport) May 15, 2019
In addition to Bleacher Report Live, fans in the UK will be able to enjoy the event on ITV. ITV is one of the biggest television networks in the UK. The event will be shown on ITV Box Office channel.
The event on ITV Box Office will begin on May 26, 2019, at 1:00 a.m. GMT for the UK. Viewers will receive the chance to buy in during the pre-show. The estimated time is 1 hour. This will include the Casino Battle Royale and Sammy Guevara vs. Kip Sabian.
Double or Nothing will be live on Bleacher Report through the B/R Live service. The top matches on the card are listed as part of their announcement.
Anticipation of Double or Nothing continues as fans are excited about the announcement of a deal with TNT and Warner Media. This will fill the empty cup of pro-wrestling on television while providing the industry to grow in a rapid and different approach, all while allowing the true art-form of pro-wrestling and in-ring athleticism to be shown in a different light.
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