AEW Worlds End could cause huge changes for Collision.
All Elite Wrestling launched Collision back on June 17th, with the show airing live every Saturday night. Despite the fanfare which greeted its arrival, the show has faced a number of struggles.
Main star CM Punk has been fired, and the show’s ratings are regularly hit by WWE Premium Live Events. AEW Collision pulled in just 366,000 viewers on November 4th, with the show coming just hours after Crown Jewel. The only episodes with fewer viewers than November 4th all went head-to-head with Premium Live Events.
On Saturday, December 30th, AEW will hold new pay-per-view Worlds End for the first time, sparking questions about what will happen to Collision.
It’s now been reported by Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men Podcast, that not only will Collision not air on the 30th, it won’t air at all that week.
AEW Returning To California For Full Gear
Before hosting its first-ever December pay-per-view, AEW heads to the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California for Full Gear.
At present, six matches have been announced for the show, with MJF defending the AEW World Title against Jay White. The star will also be putting the ROH World Tag Team Titles on the line at the same event. MJF’s partner Adam Cole remains out of action after suffering a broken ankle.
Hangman Adam Page, Jon Moxley, Sting, Adam Copeland, Hikaru Shida, and Darby Allin are also scheduled to be in action.