All Elite Wrestling first launched in 2019 and since then the company has signed a number of wrestlers. There’s no denying that AEW has an abundance of talented performers on their roster, but not everyone is getting as much TV time as they would like.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that AEW went from the fun place to work with great backstage camaraderie to a place with a lot of frustration.

The frustration reportedly comes wrestlers who are making a good living, but aren’t getting anywhere near the ring time they had hoped for. It was noted that the company has spent a lot of money on some talents who have contributed very little.

It was also noted that All Elite Wrestling has not turned a profit yet, but Tony Khan has indicated that the company will turn a profit in 2025 and beyond.

Stay tuned for updates.