AEW President Tony Khan has yet to come to a decision over how All In 2023 will be broadcast when the event airs later this year.
AEW All In 2023 will be the promotion’s first event in England and will be the highest-attended event in AEW’s four-year history.
Speaking during the media call ahead of this weekend’s Double or Nothing 2023 pay-per-view event, Khan was asked about how the upcoming event will be broadcast. He said,
“I cannot completely give a full answer to that yet. I think it’s a fine thing to ask, but we’re still working on the solution to that event and how we’re going to offer it. I think it’s going to be, to date, the biggest event we’ve ever had in AEW. And right now, it’s tracking to be the biggest wrestling event ever in England, which is pretty amazing for such a massive country with a massive population and a great history of pro wrestling over many decades.”
Given the time difference between London and the U.S., the question is when should the show take place and whether it will be aired live or on a delay.
If the show takes place at 7:00 PM in the UK, it will air in the middle of the afternoon for fans in the U.S. For the show to air live at a more traditional time in the U.S. would mean it would have to take place around midnight in the UK.
If the show was to take place at a reasonable time in the UK, but AEW opts to wait until the evening in the U.S. to broadcast the show, the company risks spoilers getting out.
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