Earlier this week, All Elite Wrestling applied to trademark the term “Wednesday Night Dynamite”, potentially answering the much-asked question of which day of the week the fledgling promotion will be airing its upcoming weekly television series.
Just last month in the build-up to Double or Nothing, AEW announced a bombshell deal in conjunction with industry titan WarnerMedia, which will bring a weekly two-hour wrestling show to the TNT network for the first time since World Championship Wrestling was purchased by Vince McMahon’s WWE.
The group had previously trademarked “Tuesday Night Dynamite” long before the television deal was announced, and in fact prior to All Elite Wrestling being officially announced as a whole.
Several reports, most notably one from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter in recent weeks, have confirmed that the show would either land on Tuesday or Wednesday nights beginning this Fall, and that the final decision would come from WarnerMedia executives.
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While an official start date for AEW television has not been announced, it is certain that the recently announced ALL OUT pay-per-view, set to take place in Chicago, IL during Labor Day weekend, will be the promotion’s final event before television tapings begin.