First-Ever AEW Blu-Ray Announced – ‘All Releases on Blu-Ray Only Moving Forward’

February 10, 2024 by Daniel Bee

For the first time, an AEW PPV event will be released on Blu-ray — All Out 2023.

The original All In from 2018 was put out on Blu-ray recently but technically this wasn’t an AEW show, although it was a catalyst for the formation of the company. AEW has been DVD-only until now.

AEW All Out 2023 Blu-ray Box Artwork

All Out 2023 on Blu-ray is available to buy now at ShopAEW.com, while in the UK you can expect to see it listed at WrestlingStore.co.uk next week.

Coming off the highs of AEW’s “All In” 2023 event in front of an historic record-breaking crowd (and the lows of the fallout of that show), just seven days later the All Elite roster returned to their second home of Chicago to put it “All Out”, prove a point and try to win over a potentially hostile United Center — given CM Punk had been fired from the company before the PPV took place.

You may be asking: so, what about All in 2023? That event came first, AEW’s biggest show to date from Wembley Stadium in London. There’s no confirmation on that release yet.

UPDATE (February 12, 2024): A few days on, All in 2023 is now available to buy too.

AEW All In 2023 (London Wembley Stadium) Blu-ray Box Artwork

Only Blu-ray editions of All Out/In 2023 have surfaced, with no DVD counterparts. In an interesting move, the beginning of AEW Blu-rays may mean the end of AEW DVDs. The UK stockist WrestlingStore shared on social media, “All releases will be on Blu-ray only moving forward”.

Sounds like more are on the way!

As always, check out our AEW DVD List for a rundown of all AEW’s Home Video releases so far.

AEW DVD List: Complete List of All Elite Wrestling DVDs & Blu-Rays Released To Date




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  1. DDT says:

    hmm i would say that no wrestling dvd after approx 2013 has looked right on a dvd player from any company i have to play them on a blu ray player so they may as well be blu rays. TNA also have a new DVD out and a second on way i think this should be mentioned here.

  2. LP1 says:

    Glad to see AEW has finally caught up to 2008. Maybe in 6 more years, once they hit 2014, they’ll finally get their own streaming network.

  3. whut says:

    I feel this might be a case of the fewer number of big shows benefitting AEW.

    Similar to how I didn’t mind paying a bit more for the WWE Blurays (since it was only 4 in recent years), I also wouldn’t mind paying 35 Euros for something like 6 shows per year.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    “The original All Out from 2018 was put out on Blu-ray recently”

    Slight typo there.

  5. BAS says:

    Hopefully this is a sign of getting some of the past events on Blu-ray going forward too? Probably wishful thinking on my part, but if an event from 2018 could get a Blu-ray release months ago, (even though that one may be an exception because it was an event that couldn’t be released before as well as a first of its kind event) I don’t see why they couldn’t go that with the rest that have been DVD only up to this point.

    And since WWE Home Video is officially over with, I don’t see why AEW couldn’t get a distribution deal to sell their DVDs/Blu-rays in store. You can buy their action figures and video game in store, I don’t see why video releases can’t get the same treatment.

    • DDT says:

      HI BAS i think for that to happen warnerbros and freemantle would have to want to the license. as long as AEW doing it themselves i think we just get these limited realeases.
      I have written to freemantle asking them to carry on realeasing wrestling dvds by getting the aew license. but obvious had no response. i would nt expect one. i dont think we get wwe releases back as i convinced the deal they signed with netflix will include a clause against it.

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