Report: New AEW TV Show To Be Named Collision, Will Debut In June

More on AEW's plans for Collision

Another two hours of programming from All Elite Wrestling is rumoured to be on the way, with reports indicating that AEW are set to debut a new Saturday night series in the summer. CM Punk will reportedly be the star of the new Saturday night show and the two-time AEW World Champion is reportedly likely to start a feud with Chris Jericho when he returns to the promotion later this year. 

In an update on the new TV show, WrestleZone has reported it will be called AEW Collision, which was expected to be the case after All Elite Wrestling filed to trademark the term in February. As of now, Collision is scheduled to air on TNT in the United States on Saturday nights from June 17 between 8 pm and 10 pm ET. There is no word currently on how the show will air in the UK. AEW Dynamite and Rampage air on ITV4. 

AEW have yet to announce a TV taping for June 21 but Andrew Zarian reported on the Mat Men Pro Wrestling Podcast the announcement about Collision will likely happen at some point in May. 

The show is expected to premiere by July 8 as AEW moved a planned Rampage taping in Regina, Saskatchewan from Friday, July 14 to that Saturday date. Collision will also see a soft brand split introduced to allow more AEW talent to be featured and to ease tensions amongst the roster that will inevitably be heightened when CM Punk makes his return. 

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