As we previously reported here on eWn, the eight-man tag team match featuring Kenny Omega, Paul Wight, Chris Jericho and Kota Ibushi facing off against The Callis Family that will be taking place on Wednesday night’s episode of AEW Dynamite will have a sponsor attached. Fightful Select is reporting that the sponsorship is with SEGA and some content has already been filmed to promote it.
Additionally, Jake “The Snake” Roberts will be doing some community events for AEW in addition to his on-screen appearances.
And finally, Yuka Sakazaki recently made her return after being out of action with a neck injury. It is said that Sakazaki was often seen backstage at AEW shows during her time on the shelf.
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AEW Dynamite, the popular professional wrestling show, is set to feature an exciting eight-man tag team match in its upcoming episode. The match will see Kenny Omega, Paul Wight, Chris Jericho, and Kota Ibushi taking on The Callis Family. What makes this match even more interesting is that it will be sponsored by SEGA, the renowned video game company.
According to reports from Fightful Select, SEGA has already filmed some content to promote the sponsorship. This collaboration between AEW and SEGA highlights the growing popularity and mainstream appeal of professional wrestling. It also demonstrates the willingness of companies outside the wrestling industry to invest in and support this form of entertainment.
In addition to the sponsorship news, it has been revealed that Jake “The Snake” Roberts, a legendary figure in professional wrestling, will be involved in community events for AEW. This showcases the commitment of AEW to engage with its fanbase and give back to the community beyond just on-screen appearances.
Furthermore, Yuka Sakazaki, who had been out of action due to a neck injury, recently made her return to AEW. During her time on the shelf, Sakazaki was often seen backstage at AEW shows, indicating her dedication to the company and her eagerness to return to the ring.
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The collaboration between AEW and SEGA for the sponsorship of the eight-man tag team match on AEW Dynamite demonstrates the growing popularity and mainstream appeal of professional wrestling. It also highlights the willingness of companies outside the wrestling industry to invest in and support this form of entertainment. With exciting matches, community involvement, and the return of injured wrestlers, AEW continues to captivate fans and push the boundaries of professional wrestling.