Cody Rhodes '99 Percent Sure' AEW Won't Change TNT Title Name
It looks like the name is staying the same
Cody Rhodes says he is '99 percent sure' that All Elite Wrestling will not be changing the name of the TNT Championship, despite their impending move to TBS.
Having been on TNT since going live on television, AEW shows Dynamite and Rampage will be switching to TBS in 2022.
The move to a new television network has led to speculation that AEW may change the name of their secondary male singles Championship but Cody, who was the inaugural TNT champion, says the promotion have no desire to do so.
Speaking to Comicbook.com, he said: "I don't want to drop any spoilers, but I mean, I'll drop a spoiler. I don't think we're going to change the title's name one bit.
"TNT is the place that the first alternative challenger brand in two decades appeared on. Their excitement, our partners at WarnerMedia, and the TNT title, as I've stated, I think it is, if not the most important title in wrestling, the second most important title in wrestling. I don't see us changing that name, and I think that's kind of across the board.
"I don't think you'll find anybody in management or Tony himself who wants to change that name. We'll always roll with the punches and we'll always pivot, but I'm 99 percent sure the TNT title stays the TNT title."