Checkout All Announced and Upcoming AEW Championships and Title belts. As the clock struck 12 on New Year’s eve and 2019 arrived, Company announced the arrival if AEW on their Being The Elite YouTube series. Having the financial backing of multi-billionaire Shahid Khan, fans started comparing between the then yet-to-be televised promotion and WWE, the wrestling behemoth. The excitement and unpredictability of what this new promotion could offer, along with the immense talent from the independent circuit, led to the success of AEW’s Double or Nothing.

With the promotion continuing to impress every week, it is only a matter of time before which AEW introduces new titles. As of this writing, there are three titles active in the AEW

1) AEW World championship

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The AEW World Championship is a world championship created and promoted by the AEW. First unveiled on 25 May 2019, at Double or Nothing, This Championship is at the top in AEW (All Elite Wrestling). The first and current AEW World champion of AEW is Jon Moxley. Chris Jericho was won AEW World Championship against Adam Page at AEW All Out event to become the first-ever AEW World Champion. But now Jon Moxley defeated Chris Jericho in AEW Revolution in 2020 to become AEW Champion.


2) AEW World tag team championship

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The AEW World Tag Team Championship is an upcoming world tag team championship created and promoted by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). The championship was first announced on 18 June 2019. The first champion will be crowned during the tournament final on the 30 October 2019 broadcast of Dynamite. AEW has announced the first-ever AEW World Tag Team Champions will be crowned during the AEW on TNT episode 5, which will take place on Wednesday, 30 October in the Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, West Virginia. The current AEW Tag team champions are Kenny Omega and Adam Page.


3) AEW World’s woman championship

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The AEW Women’s World Championship is a women’s professional wrestling championship created and promoted by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It was first announced on 18 June 2019. Nyla Rose is the current champion. Riho was won the AEW Women’s World Championship against Nyla Rose at the AEW Dynamite event. Riho is the first champion, but Nyla Rose is the current AEW women’s World champion, where she retained her title against Kris Statlander in AEW Revolution 2020.


3 Titles which can be introduced by All Elite Wrestling (AEW)

So, without further ado, let me present to you the three new titles which can be introduced by AEW, for your reading pleasure, dear readers: Prediction by our expert writer Aryan Tiwari.

1) 6-Man Tag Team Championship

I know the first thing you, our intelligent readers, will say, “Doesn’t AEW already have a tag team championship?” Yes, there is a Tag Team Championship in AEW, but it doesn’t mean that the company cannot replace the existing set of twin belts. That is if they aren’t planning to keep both the titles simultaneously. Since day one, AEW has been focusing on building a super-strong tag team division. Each episode of Dynamite has plenty of tag team matches, often featuring wrestlers from the singles division.

So, I won’t be surprised if AEW decides to step it up a notch and introduce 6-Man Tag Team Championships. Just think about it! There are so many stables in AEW, namely the current tag champions SCU, Jurassic Express, Best Friends and Orange Cassidy, Inner Circle, and The Elite. There are a lot of talents in AEW’s locker room waiting to showcase their talent. Giving these talents a chance to team up and make the tag team division more interesting will surely be the best thing to do. Also, this will allow AEW to present a different type of tag team wrestling than WWE on a platform as large as theirs. AEW has been about serving a product different from conventional wrestling and introducing these titles will be a small, but a progressive step in this direction. Read more

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