Tony Khan Shares Additional Details On The Launch Of AEW Collision

After news broke that "AEW Collision" would officially be premiering on June 17 at the Warner Bros. Discovery Upfront on Wednesday, Tony Khan provided some additional details as to where the show will be emanating from over the next several weeks.

During Wednesday's edition of "Dynamite," Khan announced that the new Saturday show was headed to Canada and set to make a stop in Toronto, Ontario at the Scotiabank Arena on June 24, the night before AEW and New Japan Pro-Wrestling's joint pay-per-view, Forbidden Door. 

He divulged that the company was headed to the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario on June 29, Regina, Saskatchewan's Brandt Centre on July 8, and the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta on July 15, before the show moves to the United States at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on July 22.

Khan noted that the location of the premiere date would be kept under wraps for the time being and that he would provide more information next week. 

The big question on everyone's lips regarding "Collision" is about the status of CM Punk, who was rumored to be a part of the new show. AEW has yet to announce if the former AEW World Champion will be a part of the show, but Warner Bros. Discovery has stated that Punk will not be affiliated with the show. An earlier report revealed that Punk and AEW could not reach an agreement for his return to the company as AEW didn't re-hire Ace Steel, who was fired after the backstage fracas at All Out last year.