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Booker T on Tony Khan: “Go out there and produce!”

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WWE Hall of Famer Booker T recently discussed Tony Khan and how he has been taking public shots at WWE on social media over the past few months.

“Calling out WWE on a regular basis, talking about WWE on a regular basis. Me personally? I don’t think it does a whole lot for AEW” Booker T revealed on his Hall of Fame podcast.

“Me personally? Now what I think does AEW a hell of a service? Doing shows like they did at [Arthur] Ashe Stadium, okay?” Booker T continued, beginning to praise the company.

“They got Target Center coming up. Go out there and produce! And I think, you ain’t gotta talk about it. And it’s a saying, man: ’˜You can talk about it, or you can be about it.’ Which one do you wanna be? If you go out and produce, you ain’t gotta say nothing. It’s right here!’ The WCW legend concluded.

It’s difficult to argue against Booker here, but seeing Tony Khan make these very public comments has galvanised the AEW fans even further and it is an extremely fun time to be a wrestling fan again.

Booker T on Tony Khan

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