After much hype, Tony Khan finally made the big announcement that was built up for this episode of AEW Dynamite…sort of.
Tony Khan appeared on screen with Renee Paquette, but the big announcement wasn’t his to make. Instead, Khan simply gave more hype. He said that the announcement involved “big stars and people backstage” at AEW, and then announced the actual person who would be making the big announcement: Adam Cole.
After Khan left, Cole appeared and spoke to Renee (and the fans watching) about how he wanted to tell more of his story. But instead of continuing his story right then and there, Adam Cole said that he would do so next week…on a new AEW program.
According to Adam Cole, starting next week (March 1st), there will be a new program called AEW All Access. Cole described it as “an unfiltered look at AEW like none before”.
“Trust me when I tell you it will be something you don’t wanna miss this” – Adam Cole on the new AEW All Access show
Cole gave the example of all the things, both positive and negative, that he went through on his post-concussion journey as an example of the subjects/topics that would be covered on the new AEW All Access show.
Additionally, Cole had more good news for fans: he announced that he will be back in the ring on the March 1st edition of Dynamite.
This return next week will mark Adam Cole’s first wrestling match since AEWxNJPW Forbidden Door last June. It was at that event that Cole suffered a major concussion that left him sidelined ever since.
AEW All Access will debut on TBS immediately after next week’s episode of Dynamite.