All Elite Wrestling and The WWE are set to compete every Wednesday nights once AEW debuts their weekly TV show on TNT called Dynamite. This past Wednesday night, WWE had their NXT brand debut live on the USA Network.
The Wrap recently interviewed TNT General Manager Brett Weitz, who is one of the officials of Warner Media as well as The General Manager of TBT and truTV. According to Weitz, they are currently in talks with AEW Officials about doing a studio show.
This is what Brett Weitz said:
“We are talking about it.” “I don’t know if you’ve met Tony Khan, but he’s not short of ideas — or passion.” “So there is a world where we’re thinking about ‘Where does something like that live?’ Knowing full well that within the WarnerMedia ecosystem we have B/R Live, we’ve got all these different components at our disposal.”
This will be another impending competition or war between All Elite Wrestling and The WWE as The WWE is set to premiere their weekly Tuesday night studio show on FS1 starting November 5th.
The WWE was first to debut their Wednesday night programming despite All Elite Wrestling making the announcement first, so this gives a chance to All Elite Wrestling to beat The WWE this time around and debut their Tuesday night studio show ahead of the WWE.
As previously reported, it was mentioned by All Elite Wrestling Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes that the company could be having a third hour of television content, but that content won’t be airing on TNT, rather it will be airing on B/R Live.
There were rumors and speculations going around that the mentioned third hour of television content would be something that is related to the squared circle, but now it seems that the third hour of content could be the studio show.