Tony Khan teases expanding AEW PPV calendar in 2024

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AEW boss Tony Khan has teased that the company may be about to expand its pay-per-view calendar.

During AEW's first year in 2019, the company produced three PPVs - Double or Nothing, All Out and Full Gear, with special events Fyter Fest and Fight For the Fallen.

The following year, Revolution was added to the schedule, taking place in February as the company's first PPV of the year.

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2022 saw the addition of AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door, its joint PPV event with New Japan Pro Wrestling.

Last year the company produced its highest number of PPV events, adding All In at Wembley Stadium, Wrestle Dream in October and World's End at the end of December, taking the total to eight.

But now AEW CEO Tony Khan has revealed that fans can expect at least one more addition to the calendar.

Speaking to media ahead of Revolution on Sunday (March 3), Khan said: "If I had to say, I could see this year being 9 to 10 [PPVs].

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"I think nine is probably a good sweet spot. I don't want to make a huge change or increase, but I do see an opening for nine, maybe 10.

"It was really a highlight of our business last year, expanding the pay-per-view calendar," he added. "We saw record results."

Khan's comments came after Fightful reported that AEW had filed a trademark for the name AEW Dynasty, which could potentially be a PPV or a special event in April.

Catch AEW Dynamite live every Thursday at 1am in the UK, Rampage every Saturday at 3am, and Collision every Sunday at 1am on TrillerTV with an AEW Plus subscription. US customers can also watch Dynamite on TBS and Rampage and Collision on TNT, and in the UK, AEW repeats air on ITV4.

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