AEW President Tony Khan has stated that the upcoming WrestleDream pay-per-view will mark the beginning of a new era in AEW.
With AEW founded in 2019, the company has had an eventful four years of operations.
During a new video package that aired on the September 23 edition of Collision, Tony Khan noted in his voiceover that a chapter of wrestling history will end at the October 1 WrestleDream show.
You can watch the vignette below.
Looking to the future, Khan said:
“Next Sunday, October 1, it’ll be one of the greatest nights in wrestling, with every match capable of stealing the show and a card befitting the legacy of a kingdom that has touched every one of us.
“AEW and the world of pro wrestling will converge as the greatest champions and rivalries in this sport will take center stage live on pay-per-view.
“At AEW WrestleDream next Sunday, we will pay tribute to the dreamer that made this all possible, the late great Antonio Inoki, with an event one year in the making.
“You won’t want to miss AEW WrestleDream as we’ll end a chapter in wrestling history and begin a new era in AEW live on pay-per-view next Sunday night, October 1,”
A number of major matches have been confirmed for the show, which will honor NJPW founder Antonio Inoki one year on from his passing.
As confirmed on this week’s Collision, Eddie Kingston will put both his ROH World and NJPW STRONG Openweight titles on the line against Katsuyori Shibata.
Check out the announced card for AEW WrestleDream right here.
"We'll pay tribute to the dreamer who made this all possible, the late, great Antonio Inoki, with an event one year in the making!"#AEWWrestleDream is next Sunday, 10/1, LIVE on PPV from the @ClimateArena!— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) September 24, 2023
Don't miss this historic event!
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