AEW introduces the All-Atlantic Championship

Jun 8, 2022 - by Steve Gerweck

AEW introduced its sixth title last night on Dynamite: the All-Atlantic Championship.

A four-way match will determine who will be the first-ever champion and that match will take place at the AEWxNJPW: Forbidden Door pay-per-view.

PAC was the first one to qualify for the match after he beat Buddy Murphy last night. Ethan Page vs Miro and Penta Oscuro vs Malakai Black are two other AEW qualifying matches. A fourth qualifying match, featuring two NJPW stars, will determine the final entrant. The two NJPW entrants have not been confirmed yet.

The All-Atlantic title features the same design of the new AEW Women’s title with the American, Japanese, Great Britain, Chinese, Canadian, and Mexican flags in the center plate on top of a globe.

It joins the AEW World, Women’s, Tag Team, TNT, and TBS titles. AEW also uses the FTW title and all the ROH titles in their programming as well.

5 Responses

  1. Steve says:

    So baby Khan’s geography has China, & Japan in the Atlantic ocean. Hmmm, i be dammed google is wrong

  2. Jake Allen says:

    Super. Another worthless “participation belt” that undercarders will get to hold. This makes six belts in total that does nothing, now? TNT, FTW, TBS, Women’s, World’s Heavyweight, and now “East Coast” …

  3. Luke says:

    @Jake Allen
    Eight. Britt and Cole carry belts for some reason.

  4. Taxx W Hoodchicken says:

    I want a belt, too

  5. Jake Allen says:

    @Luke I stand corrected.

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