AEW WrestleDream Pay-per-view Announced. During the press conference after All In: London, All Elite Wrestling confirmed the realisation of AEW WrestleDream. The company’s next pay-per-view.
Before members of the international media. The president of the company Tony Khan made official the celebration of a special pay-per-view in tribute to Antonio Inoki.
Who died in October 2022. The legend of the puroresu and founder of NJPW will be the epicentre of the recently announced WrestleDream. Which will also feature some talent from Japan.
The name WrestleDream was used by WWF and Super World of Sports (SWS) at the April 1, 1991 collaborative show in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan. On that day. pureresu names such as Genchiro Tenryu, The Great Kabuki. Minoru Suzuki and Yoshiaki Yatsu competed on a special poster that also featured Bret Hart, Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan. In April 2023, All Elite Wrestling registered the name with the United States Patent Office.
AEW WrestleDream will take place on Sunday, October 1 from the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington. Fans will be able to witness this event live from the venue, or through its pay-per-view broadcast within the United States and Fite TV internationally.
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