During AEW Revolution, All Elite Wrestling announced the date for its next pay-per-view. AEW Revolution will officially be held on May 30 in Jacksonville, Florida, and it will be the company’s second Sunday pay-per-view in a row.
AEW once held its events on Saturdays, but it is seemingly shifting to Sundays.
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Khan spoke to Forbes ahead of Revolution and made it clear that he’d be open to holding pay-per-views on Sundays.
“On the three-day holidays, I think it’s good,” said Khan. “I actually would argue that for Double or Nothing or All Out, a large percentage of the country is going to have Monday off, and in England those are bank holidays,” Khan said, “so a large percentage of England, people aren’t really working very much. Most people have Labor Day and Memorial Day off here and abroad.
“Double or Nothing, I am strongly considering going to Sunday. All Out I really think it would be really smart to do Sunday because then I don’t compete with College Football,” Khan explained, “and the NFL won’t be going head-to-head. Full Gear I will keep on a Saturday. Revolution and Full Gear, whenever possible, I will do on a Saturday.”
For now, AEW fans can simply look forward to the third annual Double or Nothing show in May.