PHOENIX — During Wednesday’s broadcast of AEW Dynamite from the Footprint Center in Phoenix, AEW CEO Tony Khan made a special announcement.
The promotion will be returning to Boston, Mass. on Wednesday, March 13 for a special broadcast of Dynamite named Big Business.
The show will emanate from Boston’s TD Garden, broadcasting domestically on TBS and various platforms across the world.
This is AEW’s second show at the TD Garden, the previous show being last summer’s Blood and Guts Dynamite special and the third overall installment of the namesake match.
In 2024, fans can expect more incredible moments during this historic broadcast.
Pre-sale tickets for the March 13 show will go live on Friday, Feb. 9. The window for the general public to purchase tickets will be on Saturday, Feb. 10. Tickets start at $20 plus fees and can be purchased through its platform.
“Boston is the perfect home for Big Business, which will be a major moment in [the] history of All Elite Wrestling,” Khan said in a press release made available after the conclusion of the Dynamite broadcast. “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!”
The March 13 broadcast also happened to be the rumored debut of Mercedes Mone, formerly known as Sasha Banks during her stint in the WWE. No other rumored debuts have been confirmed before publication.
Dynamite airs every Wednesday night on TBS at 7 p.m. Central time.
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