AEW Rebrands Major Championship


WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett may have missed out on the AEW Tag Team Championship at Revolution but the star is in the hunt for more gold as one title in the company gets a re-brand.

The All-Atlantic Championship came into being at Forbidden Door in 2022 when PAC won a four-way match including Clark Connors, Malakai Black, and Miro to crown an inaugural champion. The English star defended the belt in his homeland, Ireland, and the US before putting the gold on the line against Orange Cassidy in October with Cassidy picking up the win.

Orange Cassidy has defeated the likes of NJPW legend Katsuyori Shibata, Trent Seven, Jay Lethal, and even QT Marshall during his reign but now he no longer holds the All-Atlantic Title following Dynamite.

Tony Khan made a rare appearance on the show to reveal that Cassidy’s title was “leveling up” and would now be known as the AEW International Championship and that Jeff Jarrett will be the first challenger for that gold.

Jeff Jarrett teamed with Jay Lethal at Revolution in a four-way match for the AEW Tag Team Championship that saw The Gunns retain. After the match, the champions were attacked by the team they thought they had seen out of the company back in December, FTR.