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AEW’s Tony Khan Addresses Punk vs Moxley At All Out

Tony Khan talks about fans and their feelings on a talk show

Tony Khan is a name that needs no introduction. His work in AEW has made him the highlight of every conversation currently happening in the wrestling circuit about the company. Khan spoke with Busted Open Radio and addressed the Punk vs Moxley on AEW Dynamite situation.

The AEW President talked clearly about the state involving two of the biggest names in the company. Why did Khan move the match from the main show at AEW All Out? What happens with Jon Moxley? He has no bout at All Out as of this writing. Khan gave an insight into what happened and why the fans matter to him.

Khan said that he is ok as long as fans enjoy the product. The AEW co-owner stressed that some fans would have questions about the All Out show. It’s ok because this hasn’t happened in the past. The founder of the company said while some may have different thoughts on how the match went, the fact that it brought us ratings is enough. Khan thinks that the All Out Show will bring in ever higher ratings. Khan emphasized that the fans are always right, and he always listens to the fans.

Tony said that Moxley’s title defence situation gets addressed on the go-home episode of Dynamite. AEW president said it is not necessary to go from A to B in a straight line. The change can happen, and one can go from A to C.

It looks like the AEW president has something up his sleeve. It also raises hopes for this week’s AEW Dynamite. Will this hype transform into numbers? Will more fans tune in instead of the usual numbers? We would have to wait and watch the show to see if all that Khan promised gets delivered on Dynamite or not.

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