AEW House Shows Are a Great Way For AEW to Reach New Audiences


AEW is an up-and-coming professional wrestling promotion that’s made waves since its inception. The company’s first PPV, Double or Nothing, sold out in four minutes and has been met with tremendous hype from fans.

Compared to WWE, AEW’s biggest difference is that it pays its wrestlers better and offers them full-time health insurance. It also runs one show a week, giving its non-full-time stars a much-needed break from the travel and constant schedules that are often required by WWE wrestlers.

House shows are a great way for AEW to reach new audiences, especially in small markets that haven’t seen a major live wrestling event in the past. They can help AEW establish itself as a regular part of the local wresting scene and cultivate a fan base that will consistently buy tickets to AEW events.

The talent roster at AEW includes a mix of big-name stars and up-and-coming, high-flying AEW wrestlers. It features a nostagic arcade wrestling feel, innovative All Elite Wrestling finishers and offensive moves, and a wide range of match types.

Single, tag-team, ladder, 3-way, 4-way, Casino Battle Royale, Falls Count Anywhere, Unsanctioned Lights Out, Explosive Barbed Wire Death and online co-op multi-player matches await fans of all skill levels.

Several former WWE talents have joined the AEW family, including Chris Jericho, who is set to defend his AEW World Championship against Kenny Omega at the Double or Nothing PPV on May 25 in Las Vegas. Pac, formerly known as WWE Superstar Neville, has also been signed to AEW.