Heading into last night's episode of AEW Dynamite, Tony Khan once again promised a huge announcement which...well, it wasn't really that big. However, we still have good reason to be excited.
The AEW President confirmed that the March 13 episode of AEW Dynamite will be branded "Big Business," our strongest hint yet that former WWE Superstar Sasha Banks/Mercedes Mone has indeed signed with the company.
While there were signs she might return to WWE with Triple H in charge, it's widely been reported that she signed a deal with AEW in early January after failing to come to terms with the sports entertainment giant (likely over cash or creative).
Mone appeared in the All In crowd last August, immediately leading to speculation about her joining the company. However, an injury sidelined the former Women's Triple Crown and Grand Slam Champion and we've been waiting for an update on her future ever since.
Here's the full press release and graphic (notice the $$$ signs) shared by AEW:
During tonight's live episode of "AEW: Dynamite" from the Footprint Center in Phoenix, AEW CEO Tony Khan announced that the promotion will return to Boston on Wednesday, March 13, at TD Garden with "AEW Dynamite: Big Business," live on TBS.
The announcement marks AEW's second show at TD Garden, after "AEW Dynamite: Blood and Guts" last summer, which featured the third annual installment of the eponymous match. This time around, fans can expect more incredible moments during this historic edition of "AEW: Dynamite."
Tickets for "AEW Dynamite: Big Business" will go on pre-sale on Friday, February 9, and open to the general public on Saturday, February 10. Tickets start at $20 plus fees, and can be purchased at AEWTix.com.
"Boston is the perfect home for 'AEW Dynamite: Big Business,' which will be a major moment in history of All Elite Wrestling," said Khan. "You all have a chance to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime moment, either by joining us live at the TD Garden or watching live on TBS on Wednesday, March 13!"
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