AEW Dynamite Three-Year Anniversary Special To Run Longer Than Two Hours

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The three-year anniversary of AEW Dynamite will be a big night for the company because it’s going to run longer than two hours.

AEW Dynamite debuted on TNT cable television on October 2nd, 2019. It was January 1st, 2019 when AEW was launched, so the company had a lot of time to build up to that first episode. It was an episode that ended with the AEW World Champion Chris Jericho forming the Inner Circle group with Sammy Guevara, Santana, Ortiz and a debuting Jake Hager.

Fast forward to 2022 and AEW will be holding a three-year anniversary special of AEW Dynamite on Wednesday, October 5th in Washington, DC. That will air onTBS.

In addition to Dynamite taking place live in Washington on October 5th, AEW will also be doing a live episode of Rampage on October 7th followed immediately by Battle of the Belts IV for one hour starting at 11pm ET. Both of those shows will be on TNT in the United States.

AEW Owner/President Tony Khan made a special announcement on Twitter noting that the October 5th Dynamite episode will have a runtime of 2 hours, 15 minutes instead of just a regular two-hour show.

“To celebrate 3 years of @AEWonTV, the #AEWDynamite anniversary show this Wednesday has 15 minutes extra runtime, 2:15 total! + #BattleOfTheBeltsIV LIVE next Friday after a live Rampage! Thank you @WBD for the special anniversary next week! See you TONIGHT for #AEWRampage on TNT”

Here’s what AEW has advertised so far for the October 5th episode of Dynamite. These matches were announced on the September 30 edition of Rampage.

* Daniel Garcia & Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara.

* MJF vs. Wheeler Yuta.

* Toni Storm, Athena & Willow Nightingale vs. Jamie Hayter, Serena Deeb & Penelope Ford.

* National Scissoring Day for The Acclaimed.

* Luchasaurus in action.

* Darby Allin vs. Jay Lethal.

As always, you can read about what happens on Dynamite every week right here on TJRWrestling.