Dynamite to air head-to-head against NXT on October 18

AEW and NXT will be going back head-to-head for one night only on October 18 and AEW is already loading up the show with a world title match.

Dynamite is being moved to Tuesday because of the MLB playoffs on TBS that week and instead of airing later in the night it was decided to go against NXT. NXT on USA will have it’s Halloween Havoc go-home episode that night.

Headlining Dynamite from Cincinnati on October 18 will be Jon Moxley making his first AEW World title defense against the winner of the Golden Ticket battle royal which will air tomorrow night on Rampage.

Dynamite and NXT went head-to-head from October 2019 till April 2021 when NXT eventually moved to Tuesday nights.

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