All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite is AEW's TNT Show

In July, All Elite Wrestling announced that its first live weekly show will premiere on TNT starting October 2, and now we know that show will be called Dynamite.

Wednesday Night Dynamite will air live starting at 8 p.m. and run for two hours. The first episode on October 2 will emanate from the Capital One Arena in Washington D.C., with shows in Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston, Charlotte, Nashville, Indianapolis and Chicago to follow.

Check out the promo for All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite above.

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All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite premieres October 2 on TNT. AEW/TNT

The card for the first episode of All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite includes a one-on-one match between Cody and Sammy Guevara, a tag team match between Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks against AEW Champion Chris Jericho and two mystery partners, MJF taking on Brandon Cutler and appearances from Hangman Page and Jon Moxley.

Thehe biggest match of the night is between Riho and Nyla Rose to become the first AEW Women's Champion.

"All Elite Wrestling is a talent-forward, fan-first league whose inclusive approach to creating high-quality, athletic wrestling competition is already making waves with fans and attracting top-tier wrestlers," said Michael Quigley, executive vice president, commercial operations, content strategist and monetization expert for TBS and TNT in a press release last May. "It is high-adrenaline, gripping entertainment and we can't wait to bring it to fans everywhere with this game-changing new business."

"Wrestling fans have wanted - and needed - something different, authentic and better for far too long," said Tony Khan in a press release. "AEW is answering the call. AEW is about more than wrestling, it's about a movement fueled by wrestling fans who have been underserved and perhaps even disappointed by what the industry has produced in recent years. AEW is rising to the occasion with Double or Nothing and today taking it a step further by partnering with WarnerMedia, which is as committed as we are to making wrestling fans the one and only priority. With WarneMedia, AEW is poised globally to redefine wrestling as we know it today."

Prior to the first episode of All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite, the promotion put on four shows. The first was Double or Nothing back in May, as well as Fyter Fest, Fight for the Fallen and All Out.

What do you think of the name for AEW's show? Are you excited for the start of the new show? Let us know in the comments section.