All Elite Wrestling


AEW is the new kid on the block when it comes to professional wrestling, and it’s about to make a big splash. This Memorial Day weekend, AEW will debut its first live event with its AEW Double or Nothing event in Las Vegas.

Despite its upstart status, AEW is considered one of the top promotions in the world today with an ever-expanding roster of high-profile stars and talent. From Chris Jericho to Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega to CM Punk, All Elite Wrestling is home to some of the best wrestlers in the business.

A Great AEW Debut

There are some fantastic wrestlers who have made their mark in AEW over the last few years. One of those is Darby Allin who has become a fan favourite and a performer that people are investing in. His AEW debut against Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley showcased his unique talents, which ultimately led to his win of the TNT Championship.

Many of the wrestlers on AEW have also taken their game to the next level by working a wide variety of matches and putting together some memorable sequences. The lone truly noteworthy upset on AEW programming took place just last month when Action Andretti pulled off a 1-2-3 Kid-esque debut for AEW.

A Large Pool of Talent

Unlike many other independent promotions, AEW has a huge pool of talent that it can draw from. It’s not only able to sign former WWE talent but also some of the biggest free agents from the independent scene. AEW has even managed to secure deals with WarnerMedia and ITV which will increase its exposure as the brand continues to build its name.