- Oct 25, 2017
March 26th, 2001. That was the day TNT aired the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro. 19 years later, the landscape of professional wrestling couldn't be more different. A monopoly has reigned over pro-wrestling since then and grows larger by the day. Competitors came onto the scene since then, some that thrived as niche alternatives, others that failed when aiming to be major rivals. But almost 20 years after the death of World Championship Wrestling, something massive happened to the world of pro wrestling.
September 1st, 2018. No wrestling federation had been able to draw over 10,000 fans into an arena since wrestling was dominated by two titans. Until the day All In happened. A collaboration between the biggest wrestling alternatives from America, Mexico, and Japan live from Chicago, IL managed to do the impossible: prove that wrestling fans craved something different. Something bigger. Better. Bolder.
October 2nd, 2019. The first episode of the largest pro-wrestling promotion since WCW debuts on its' former home, TNT. That promotion is All Elite Wrestling. Promising matches that matter, a product that values fan interaction, the best athletes in pro-wrestling today; All Elite Wrestling is poised to change this industry forever. But it all starts here.
HOW CAN I WATCH?
AEW Dynamite airs in the U.S. LIVE every Wednesday night at 8 ET/7C . In the U.K. for the month of Oct, full episodes of Dynamite will air on ITV4 Sundays @ 8:20 AM, with a one-hour highlights edition airing on ITV Mondays at 11:45 PM.
International streaming outside the U.S. & Canada for AEW Dynamite is available on Fite.TV where episodes can be bought a la carte for $2.99 or you can subscribe to Fite.TV's "AEWPlus", a streaming service where you can watch every episode of Dynamite live for only $4.99 a month.