Tony Khan confirms Double or Nothing and All Out to be permanent PPV fixtures

AEW President Tony Khan has confirmed in an interview with Wade Keller of the PW Torch that Double or Nothing and All Out will be permanent fixtures on the All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view calendar.

Double or Nothing, held over Memorial Day weekend, was the first AEW pay-per-view this year and it was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Khan said that this show will always be during Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas and thinks it’s a “tradition that’s going to outlive all of us.”

He also confirmed that All Out will be a permanent pay-per-view in the Chicago area during Labor Day weekend. “I think that’s a tradition that can live a long time,” Khan added.

Double or Nothing was at the MGM Grand Garden Arena while All Out was held at the Sears Center in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Moving All Out to a much larger arena in Chicago is certainly an option for the company rather than hosting it at the smaller arena which is not in an ideal location.

Khan also talked about the Full Gear pay-per-view and they’re looking at having that as one of the quarterly pay-per-views on the calendar every November.

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