Jim Ross suggests AEW will start weekly on TV in October on a major cable network

All Elite Wrestling’s latest employee – WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross – has hinted that AEW will start a weekly television show in October on a major cable network.

Speaking at an appearance on WFAN Radio in New York yesterday, JR said, “To be 67 years old and be anointed the voice of a brand that’s going to be debuting in October on national television on a major cable network…which can’t be named now. When people hear what network we’re going on, they’re gonna be doubly excited. It’s a network we can all find.”

The talk a few months ago was that AEW were talking with a couple of major cable networks for a possible television deal which is astonishing considering Impact Wrestling has been trying to do that for years and have failed every single time.

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