AEW: the special “Battle of the Belts” will be broadcast on Sky Sport Arena

AEW: the special “Battle of the Belts” will be broadcast on Sky Sport Arena


The good news continues for the Italian fans of All Elite Wrestling. As announced by the "Godfather" Salvatore Torrisi on Facebook, in fact, the special "Battle of the Belts" will be broadcast on Sky Sport Arena on Monday 10 January at 8.00 pm immediately after the last episode of Rampage.

Battle of the Belts will be broadcast on Sky Sport Arena

It is one of four hour-long “TNT Specials” that will be staged throughout the year. Despite the transition to the TBS network, Tony Khan's Company continues to have agreements with TNT.



January 10 at 8pm on Sky Sport Arena

Great news for All Elite Wrestling: in addition to DYNAMITE and RAMPAGE we will also broadcast the 4 1 hour TNT Specials with the greatest protagonists of the AEW in action

➖ #SkySport #Wrestling

- skysport (@SkySport) January 7, 2022

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Still no news, however, on the possible appearance AWW World Champion “Hangman” Adam Page, back from a great victory against Bryan Danielson, and the new duo champions Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus.

AEW: When will the next PPV be held?

Unlike WWE, Tony Khan's Company presents a leaner and more diluted annual PPV calendar. The next big event, in fact, will be Revolution and will be staged live from the Addition Financial Arena in Orlando, Florida on Saturday 6 March.

We remind you that you can follow the weekly programming of the AEW in Italy on Sky Sport . In fact, the contract for the broadcasting of Dynamite and Rampage was recently renewed for the whole of 2022.

AEW: Likely name revealed for reunited former WWE stable

The trio of Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish and Adam Cole could be getting a new name for their stable very soon as more and more hints emerge as to what the name could be. 

On the 3rd of January 2022, AEW filed a trademark for the word 'Paragon'. The formerly known Undisputed Era in WWE was reformed in the world of AEW as it was revealed that Kyle O'Reilly was Adam Cole's Christmas present on the 22nd of December edition of AEW Dynamite.In a recent promo, O'Reilly has used the word paragon to describe the potential that he, Adam Cole, and Bobby Fish would have if they were to co-exist in AEW again.


Adam Cole alone has been one of the most dominant superstars in AEW as he remains undefeated with a singles record of 7 wins and 0 losses. However, the ammunition of the 'Violent Artist' Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish makes Cole that bit more dangerous and could be a resurgence of his dominance in NXT where he held the most coveted prize in the company, the NXT Championship for a record-breaking 403 days as reigning champion.

With Cole being announced as the number 1 ranked singles competitor in the men's division it means he is top of the list for an AEW World Heavyweight Championship shot. History could keep repeating itself as Fish and O'Reilly's allegiance with Cole could elevate him to the top prize in AEW.


When these three men were in NXT they simultaneously held gold around their waist and dominated the once black and gold brand.

'Paragon' seems the most likely name especially with the company trademarking the word. It seems like we will be seeing a lot more of Adam Cole and Red Dragon on the same page in All Elite Wrestling.

You can watch AEW Internationally on FITE TV.

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