AEW Forbidden Door Location Revealed

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AEW is taking Forbidden Door to a very famous venue.

According to a new report, AEW is returning to Arthur Ashe Stadium but it won’t be for its traditional Grand Slam show in September. As reported by Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men Podcast, Forbidden Door will be held at the famous venue in June.

The exact date for the event remains unknown. As does the location of Grand Slam.

Forbidden Door was launched in 2022 and sees the best of AEW taking on the best of New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Meanwhile, AEW has held a Dynamite/Rampage taping at Arthur Ashe Stadium since 2021.

The stadium is best known as the home of the US Open tennis and holds the record as the biggest tennis stadium in the world.

AEW Revolution Main Event Survives

Following the February 21st episode of Dynamite it was reported that the huge Three Way World Title match planned for Revolution was hanging in the balance. In the main event of the show, Adam Page fell awkwardly outside of the ring, and there was speculation he could have suffered a broken ankle.

The former champion was seen clutching his ankle at ringside and limped backstage.

However, a new update has revealed that Adam Page is fine, with one talent noting that he’s simply “good at his job.”