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All Elite Wrestling Adds Subscription Membership to AEW Heels

Brandi Rhodes announced the official launch of AEW Heels — AEW’s new female-focused wrestling community.

All Elite Wrestling’s Brandi Rhodes is determined to make wrestling a safe haven for female wrestlers and fans. On August 5, Rhodes announced the official launch of AEW Heels — AEW’s new female-focused wrestling community founded by the wrestling promotion’s Chief Brand Officer — with the inclusion of a fan membership platform.

“AEW Heels is a first-of-its-kind community designed to celebrate and inspire female fans around the world,” says Rhodes in an official statement. With our new platform, we look forward to the next step in connecting the AEW Heels community and making this the best time ever to be a female wrestling fan.”

Fans can sign up to subscribe for AEW Heels via The $49 annual membership “includes access to all AEW Heels events, virtual meet-and-greets, special promotions, themed parties and more.” Members will also have the opportunity to connect and bond over their love of wrestling amongst themselves.

The first event, which will be virtual, for members takes place on Friday, August 7. Scheduled to attend is AEW female referee Aubrey Edwards in a special Q&A session, Brandi Rhodes, hosting a social media strategizing discussion and Proskauer Rose LLP partner Keisha-Ann Gray with a “special session on on respect and empowerment in the workplace.”

The announcement of the AEW Heels fan membership platform comes several days after the debut episode of the AEW Women’s Tag Team Tournament. Each episode will continue to air Mondays at 7 p.m. EST on All Elite Wrestling’s YouTube channel until a female wrestler(s) is crowned as the AEW Women champion(s).

For more information about All Elite Heels, you can visit the community’s Twitter account (@AEW_Heels) and Instagram account (@AEW_Heels).

All Elite Wrestling airs each Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on TNT.

Double G Sports will keep a close eye on this new initiative and provide any necessary updates.

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Candace Cordelia has been an on-camera interviewer and writer for In The Zone since the Summer of 2020. Candace's journalism experience includes writing for the New York Daily News and ABC Radio, where she also conducted celebrity interviews and audio production/editing for ABC Radio's national radio affiliates across the country. Her on-camera experience involves working as a backstage/in-ring interviewer with a number of independent wrestling promotions and as an actress. Candace is dedicated to bringing combat sports and eSports news to the In The Zone universe.
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