Tony Khan Would Love For 'All Elite Women' To Be A Show That's Picked Up

Tony Khan is still hopeful that All Elite Women comes to fruition.

In August 2022, AEW filed to trademark "All Elite Women" in the category of entertainment services and various merchandise products. The trademark was never utilized as fans wondered what the intentions behind the trademark were.

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Speaking on the AEW Revolution media call, Tony Khan was asked about "All Elite Women" and if it could eventually become a show.

"I would love to have that show be a show that gets picked up. It is an idea I had for a show and something I would love to do, All Elite Women, and that's why I filed the trademark, I think it's a good idea. We have a great women's roster and I would love to utilize them as much as possible. Anytime we can develop more programming to feature our roster, it's something that is a great opportunity for the company and the wrestlers. In the case of the women's locker room, there are a number of really deserving talents and people we feature on TV regularly and people I'd like to feature more. That was the idea behind All Elite Women that's still an idea and I think it would be a great thing if it ever gets picked up," he said.

AEW has added more programming to its schedule with the announcement of AEW All Access, a one-hour reality show that premieres in March following AEW Dynamite.

Fans can learn more about AEW All Access by clicking here.

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