AEW Quietly Cancels Dark: Elevation

AEW President Tony Khan

It appears that AEW Dark: Elevation is no more.

While there has been nothing official from AEW or the company President Tony Khan, Fite TV may have given the game away. The most recent episode of the YouTube series was billed as:

“The Special and final episode of Elevation – it’s Best of Elevation airing on FITE! The episode is throwing it back to some of the best matches that have graced our Monday nights over the years!”

Dark: Elevation was launched back on March 15th, 2021, and the spin-off of Dark became AEW’s third weekly program before the introduction of Rampage that August. The show aired primarily on AEW’s YouTube channel and highlighted many of the company’s up-and-coming stars as well as emerging names on the independent scene.

More AEW Content On The Way

There has been a great deal of discussion around the future of AEW programming with rumours that Rampage could even be under threat. It is believed that AEW is set to launch a third weekly television show in June that will run on Saturdays. Furthermore, the creation of this show will see the roster split between Dynamite on Wednesday and the new show, Collision.

It has been reported that CM Punk will be the star name on Collision which will debut on June 17th at the United Center in Chicago. The same venue where Punk made his AEW debut back in August 2021.

CM Punk hasn’t featured for AEW since winning the World Title in the main event of All Out on September 4th, 2022. At the post-show media scrum Punk called out a number of key AEW figures before getting into a fight backstage.