WWE Hall Of Famer Reveals They’d ‘Love’ To Work For AEW

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A WWE Hall Of Famer says he’d love to work with Tony Khan if the opportunity arose.

Road Dogg has had a long career in WWE as a wrestler and backstage producer. His last stint with the company saw one-half of The New Age Outlaws mentoring the young talent on NXT. Road Dogg has since been let go from the company; however, he still has some interest in working in the wrestling industry.

Speaking on Insight With Chris Van Vliet, the WWE Hall Of Famer revealed that he would enjoy working with the talent in AEW. Although he stated he still wants to keep a relationship with Vince McMahon’s company, he also said that he wouldn’t turn down the chance of working with Tony Khan if the opportunity arose:

I’d love to do that, I’d love to work with promo guys backstage at AEW because it is new talent. Well, half of it is NXT talent I’ve worked with in the past, but it is a new challenge. I do have a good friend that works there, Daniel Bryan, or Bryan Danielson there now.

When Road Dogg was asked whether he’d been backstage yet at any of the AEW tapings, he revealed that he was looking forward to going to a show but unfortunately ran into a scheduling conflict:

I have not been backstage yet, I was looking forward to going to Vegas, but I had to cancel my show there, so I didn’t end up going. But I was looking forward to going, I know all of the producers, but there are a few talents that I don’t know. I would love to try and help them out, I don’t have much else apart from how to cut this promo or ‘Do you want fries with that?’

Road Dogg’s longtime tag team partner and friend Billy Gunn works in AEW as a coach and occasional wrestler. Road Dogg has a history with many former NXT talents such as Adam Cole, Kyle O’ Riley, and former General Manager of NXT William Regal. The WWE Hall of Famer was part of Triple H’s regime in NXT before it eventually switched to NXT 2.0.

H/t – Wrestling Inc.