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All Elite Wrestling Will Make Its Debut In Detroit And Los Angeles In June

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All Elite Wrestling is finally making its debut in Detroit Rock City, and the company announced a trip to the west coast in June.

On Monday, AEW confirmed the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit would host a television taping on June 29. The event will feature the live broadcast of Dynamite and a Rampage taping (that will air on July 1).

The Little Caesars Arena opened in 2017 and it is home to the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings and the NBA’s Detroit Pistons. The building has a capacity that ranges from 19,000 for hockey to 22,000 for some concert setups, which would make it one of the largest buildings AEW has run since the company started running events in 2019.

Jade Cargill, Bryan Danielson, Hangman Page, Sting, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Britt Baker, Andrade El Idolo, Adam Cole, Jon Moxley, Darby Allin, The Young Bucks and Keith Lee are all advertised for the event.

In addition, this week’s episode of Being The Elite saw the Young Bucks confirm that AEW will be in Ontario, California for the June 3 episode of Rampage. That taping has many of the same names advertised for the show, in addition to Jurassic Express’ Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy. Finally, AEW also capped off the day with the announcement that AEW Dynamite will take place at The Forum in Los Angeles on June 1.


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