AEW made an early leap to promote the next AEW prequel dynamite.
It looked like TBS’ coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness) was going to force the third episode in March 2024 to air on Tuesday, and the company had Manitoba native Chris Jericho to promote the move while tickets went on sale shortly after the date was announced. He even called fellow Winnepeggers Kenny Omega & Don Callis names!
These are still good home packing tactics, but you don’t have to worry about raising awareness dynamite Broadcast outside the usual time slot anymore.
Due to the revised TV network broadcast schedule, the doubleheader #AEWDynamite And #Hashem The performances were originally scheduled for March 14th at the Canada Life Center in Winnipeg, MAN. Rescheduled for Wednesday 15 March: pic.twitter.com/1275JeeOse
All Elite Wrestling (AEW) January 23, 2023
Due to the network’s revised telecast schedule, the “AEW: Dynamite” and “AEW: Rampage” dual shows were originally scheduled to air on March 14 at the Canada Life Center in Winnipeg, Man. Rescheduled for Wednesday, March 15th.
This is consistent with the regularly scheduled live broadcast of “AEW: Dynamite” on Wednesdays at 8-10 PM ET (7-9 PM ET).
Fans who have already purchased tickets will have their original tickets valid for admission to the event on March 15th. Fans who cannot attend on the rescheduled date or wish to request a refund have until Sunday, February 5, to request a refund at Ticketmaster or the original point of purchase. After February 5th, all sales are final.
AEW and Canada Life Center appreciate your support.
AEW makes its Winnipeg debut with the highly anticipated live event on Wednesday, March 15th. Tickets start at $35, plus fees, and are currently on sale at Ticketmaster.ca and AEWTIX.com website.
I guess we’ll have to wait until the NBA and NHL playoffs start in April to see if these powers up dynamite To face WWE NXT again.