Tony Khan Confirms AEW On TNT Will Be Two Hours And Live; Plans To Establish Women's Tag Titles

Tony Khan gives more information on AEW.

Not many details are known about All Elite Wrestling's fall debut on TNT, but Tony Khan did offer more insight during an appearance on the Steve Austin Show. While discussing the deal with Austin, Khan revealed that the show would run for two hours and air live every week. 

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"The TNT deal came together [because] my friend Kevin Reilly is the President of TBS. It's going to start in the fall. We'll have specific details soon. It's a two-hour, live show. I can't tell you the day of the week or the timeslot. All Out will be our last pay-per-view going into it."

AEW All Out is scheduled for Aug. 31, and a September event has yet to be announced. 

When discussing his plans for each division, Khan revealed that AEW will eventually have Women's Tag Team Championships.

"We want to focus on a serious main event picture both in the tag team and singles divisions. When we establish a women's singles, eventually we will establish women's tag team titles."

As of now, only the AEW World Title has been revealed, though Khan did say that there will be a tournament to crown the first-ever AEW Tag Team Champions. You can view his comments by clicking here

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