New details emerge regarding AEW's 2019 schedule.
According to a report from WrestleTalk's Andy Datson, as well as JD From NY, AEW has planned monthly shows past their Double or Nothing event on May 25. Furthermore, the company plans to begin their weekly television programming in October. Here's a look at the planned schedule:
May 25 – Double Or Nothing at the MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas
June 2019 – Unspecified show (believed to be in USA)
July 2019 – Unnamed show in Jacksonville, Florida with a portion of the proceeds going to anti-gun crime charities
August 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
September 2019 – All Out – the official sequel to All In and the full launch of the brand prior to TV tapings beginning. We understand that while not yet confirmed, this is again likely to take place at the Sears Center in Chicago
October 2019 – Weekly television starts
Cody Rhodes previously announced the Jacksonville show at the AEW Rally on Jan. 8, though no firm date was given.
AEW is currently without a television deal, although the company was reportedly in talks with Time Warner Cable. Chris Jericho previously stated that he would not have signed with AEW if there wasn't "a strong TV deal on the table."
Pre-sale tickets for Double or Nothing have already sold out but more tickets are expected to be released to the general public on Wednesday.