Tony Khan says post-PPV media scrums will continue in All Elite Wrestling.
AEW President, Tony Khan has been dealing with controversy after controversy over the past few months. However, none of which seem to be anywhere near the level of the infamous All Out brawl, which took place following now-former AEW World Champion, CM Punk’s disparaging comments about several of the company’s top stars. Punk’s comments, of course, led to a physical altercation between CM Punk, Kenny Omega, Matt, and Nick Jackson.
The spat led many fans and media alike to believe the company may be ending their post-PPV media scrums, however, according to Khan himself, the company has no plans to do so.
When speaking with Sports Illustrated’s Justin Barrasso, Khan explained why the post-show scrums will continue despite such a major controversy:
“I can’t comment on that,” Khan noted following confirming that the company will continue to hold post-show media availabilities following major pay-per-view events.
On one of fans’ most talked about subjects when it comes to All Elite Wrestling, Khan offered a bit of an update on the status of the company’s future when it comes to a potential streaming deal:
“As the library continues to grow, we’re only building a stronger and stronger addition to our content. We’re working on doing it in a way that makes sense.”
While the media scrums will continue, Tony Khan offered the latest update on the infamous All Out brawl, which can be found by clicking here.