It’s been a big week in the news for AEW.
Yesterday, per this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter, we learned that after All Out on August 31, there will be just one more All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view in 2019.
In 2020, also per this week’s WON, we learned that as well as doing their new weekly show on TNT, All Elite intend to do just four pay-per-views all year long.
As for the weekly TNT show, a new match was made for episode two in Boston on October 9, as The Young Bucks will take on Private Party.
The new match was announced at last night’s House of Glory High Intensity 8 event where Matt and Nick Jackson took on Marq Quen and Isaiah Cassidy in what has been billed as The Bucks’ final independent appearance.
Tickets for episodes two and three of AEW’s weekly TV show in Boston (October 9) and Philadelphia (October 16) respectively, will be going on sale on Friday, August 16 at noon EST. Lowest-cost tickets are listed at $20, “not including facility fees & service charges”.
The Bucks and Private Party have had a bit of a storyline going on the Being The Elite YouTube series, with Messrs Quen and Cassidy impressing Matt and Nick so much that the EVPs were forced to offer PP full-time AEW contracts.
You can find out all of the other matches announced for each episode of AEW’s weekly TV show here.