AEW Set To Run One More PPV In 2019 After All Out

Details to be determined...

After the rousing commercial and critical success that was Double or Nothing on May 25, and with All Out situated just three weeks away in Chicago, All Elite Wrestling is apparently not done churning out pay-per-view content for this calendar year, with something coming later this autumn.

Dave Meltzer writes in this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter, "After All Out, there will be one more PPV this year, with the plan with TV to do four PPV events in 2020."

No details have been offered on where on the calendar the event would take place, but one assumes it'd take place a good amount of time after All Out, and after the TNT show (premiering on October 2) has established itself somewhat.

With a reported four PPV events in mind for 2020 (not counting secondary specials akin to Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen), one might also assume that the four events (assuming AEW continues using Double or Nothing and All Out, and in the same general spots on the calendar) would be spaced out approximately three months apart.

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