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All Elite Wrestling is formally increasing its pay-per-view calendar.
In line with Aidan Gibbons of Cultaholic, AEW CEO Tony Khan stated throughout Sunday’s post-All In media scrum that the corporate will maintain a WrestleDream pay-per-view in honor of the late Antonio Inoki. The occasion will happen at Local weather Pledge Area in Seattle and is about for Sunday, Oct. 1, which is the one-year anniversary of Inoki’s demise.
WrestleDream will come practically a month after All Out 2023, which is about for Sunday, Sept. 3. Khan additionally confirmed that Full Gear 2023 shall be held on Nov. 18, so the addition of WrestleDream breaks the lengthy hole between pay-per-views.
“I can announce right here for the primary time that on October 1 on the Local weather Pledge Area in Seattle, will probably be the first-ever WrestleDream,” Khan stated, per Ian Carey of F4WOnline.com. “WrestleDream, one-year anniversary of the passing of wrestling’s best dreamer. I believed it will be very becoming and after All Out, you will not have to attend for Full Gear in November.”
Khan added that he’s hopeful that NJPW Superstars will be capable of take part in WrestleDream.
“I am hopeful, I’ve talked to them about it,” he stated. “I believe they need to take part within the present and ship folks and they’re very supportive of it and that I need to do one thing for him.”
A legend of the wrestling enterprise, Inoki was the first-ever IWGP Heavyweight Champion and the primary Asian WWF Champion.
Khan was in optimistic spirits after the huge success of Sunday’s All In pay-per-view at Wembley Stadium in London, because the present set a new record for attendance at a professional wrestling occasion with a crowd of 81,035. The occasion was so profitable that AEW announced on the finish of the present that it will be returning to Wembley Stadium subsequent summer time for All In 2024.
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