AEW on TNT Episodes 2 and 3 Locations Revealed on 'Being the Elite'

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistAugust 6, 2019

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All Elite Wrestling executive vice presidents Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks announced on Tuesday's edition of Being The Elite that the second and third episodes of AEW on TNT will emanate from Boston and Philadelphia, respectively.

The Oct. 9 episode of AEW on TNT will air live from Boston, and one week later on Oct. 16, Philly will play host.

All Elite Wrestling @AEWrestling

WATCH - the #Uncensored Version of @MattJackson13 @CodyRhodes @KennyOmegamanX & @NickJacksonYB announcing which two cities will host @AEWonTNT episodes 2 and 3! https://t.co/hwhIknIs0H

AEW noted that the Boston show will be held at Agganis Arena on the campus of Boston University and the Philadelphia show will be held at the Liacouris Center on the campus of Temple University:

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#AreYouElite @AEWonTNT is coming to #Boston and #Philadelphia Wed, Oct 9th - @AgganisArena Wed, Oct 16th - @LiacourasCenter Ticket pricing & event on-sale date/time to be announced on #AEW social media platforms this Friday, August 9 at Noon Eastern/9am Pacific https://t.co/H0k5qExB0j

The announcement came nearly two weeks after it was revealed that the debut episode of AEW on TNT will take place at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2.

Just hours after tickets for the debut show went on sale Friday, AEW announced they were sold out:

All Elite Wrestling @AEWrestling

Tickets to #AEW's TNT network debut on Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at Washington D.C.'s @CapitalOneArena are currently #SOLDOUT, THANK YOU! AEW Fans: Please continue to check in via https://t.co/lZXODJGKNs & https://t.co/xD1UKLjrvj on a recurring basis as tickets may be released for sale. https://t.co/PEbY75eLkz

AEW on TNT will air every Wednesday night from 8 p.m. ET until 10 p.m. ET, and it is set to occur at a different locale weekly.

The second and third episodes of AEW on TNT will attempt build upon the angles that are cultivated at the Aug. 31 All Out pay-per-view and on the debut episode of the weekly show.

All Out is set to be headlined by a pair of big matches: Chris Jericho will face Adam "Hangman" Page for the inaugural AEW World title, and Jon Moxley will clash with Omega in a grudge match.

On the Oct. 2 edition of All Out, Cody will face Sammy Guevara in the opening match, while Moxley is set to appear, and Omega will team with The Young Bucks to face Page and two mystery partners.

AEW has yet to announce any segments or matches for the second or third episodes of AEW on TNT, but if recent history is any indication, tickets to those shows are unlikely to last long on the market.