Everything you need to know about All Elite Wrestling (AEW), including its history, annual earnings, and net worth in 2023
All Elite Wrestling, like WWE, is one of the most well-known professional wrestling entertainment organizations in the world. AEW has seven championships: the AEW World Championship, the AEW Women’s World Championship, the AEW World Tag Team Championship, the AEW TNT Championship, the AEW TBS Championship, the AEW All-Atlantic Championship, and the AEW World Trios Championship.
AEW net worth in 2023, revenue, owner name list
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Despite the fact that AEW is not much older or more popular than its rival WWE. Yet, during the last few years, AEW has grown in popularity with ringside fans all over the world. In this piece, we’ll learn more about AEW, such as its history, annual revenues, and net worth in 2023.
All Elite Wrestling (AEW) history
It all started in 2017 after journalist Dave Meltzer stated that Ring of Honor (ROH) could not sell 10,000 tickets for a professional wrestling show. During the AEW’s early days, ROH’s top signed wrestlers, Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks, responded to Dave Meltzer’s comments and agreed to create and host an independent event dubbed ALL IN in 2018.
The event was put on by ROH wrestlers as well as wrestlers from other promotions. The independent event proved to be a big success, with all tickets sold out. It also became the second-most-attended wrestling event in the United States, after only WWE. All Elite Wrestling has now already gained popularity in the United States. AEW later decided to come up with other promotions as well such as – AEW All Out, and AEW Double or Nothing comprised of several logos across Jacksonville, Florida.
Who are the owners of All Elite Wrestling (AEW)
AEW is officially owned by Shahid Khan and his son Tony Khan. And AEW’s headquarters are at TIAA Bank Field, which also serves as the home stadium for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars, a franchise owned by Shahid Khan.
AEW annual revenue and net worth in 2023
The actual figures for AEW’s annual income and net worth are still unknown. However, in 2021 AEW made $84 million in revenue and crossed $100 million in 2022. Tony’s net worth stands at $1 billion while his father Shahid is worth $11.7 billion.
WWE meanwhile has a net worth of $6.7 billion with Vince McMahon having a personal net worth of $3 billion.