The annual Winter is Coming edition of AEW Dynamite in December is likely to remain in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex area of Texas, according to AEW head Tony Khan.
During an appearance with a local radio outlet to promote Wednesday's AEW Grand Slam, Khan alluded to there being a "good chance" their December tradition returns to the area without giving a hard confirm.
"I really love this tradition we have built around the holidays and I love coming out in December to Dallas every year," he said. "I have a good feeling about coming back and bringing Winter is Coming back to Dallas again this year. Keep up the good work watching Wednesday Night Dynamite and Friday Night Rampage. If the numbers on TNT and TBS stay where they are at and you all do a great job watching the shows and support us, why not? Let's keep it going."
Last year's Winter is Coming was held in mid-December at Garland, Texas' Curtis Culwell Center -- a venue they have been three times prior but not in 2022.
Garland is roughly 20 miles outside of Dallas.
This year's Winter is Coming will be the third in company history. The first was held at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida, due to the pandemic.
Khan is big on specific events returning to specific cities as a tradition like the Thanksgiving Eve edition of Dynamite (Chicago). All Out (Chicago), and Double or Nothing (Las Vegas).