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Karl Anderson – “I’m getting texts from unhappy WWE wrestlers”

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AEW and IMPACT Wrestling star Karl Anderson recently took to Twitter to react to comments from Vince McMahon on a WWE investor’s call.

McMahon was quick to slate All Elite Wrestling and state that they are not competition in the way that WCW was competition for them back in the late 90s.

“I don’t consider them [AEW] competition in the way that I would consider WCW back in the day,” Vince McMahon said during the Q2 earnings call. “Not anywhere near close to that.”

“And I’m not so sure what their investments are as far as their talent is concerned, but perhaps we can give them some more’, McMahon continued, hinting at the recently released WWE Superstars that have gone All Elite.

Karl Anderson on Vince McMahon’s comments

Karl Anderson wasn’t happy about the comments and said that there are people who still work for WWE who are ‘unhappy’ in their working environment.

‘The amount of unhappy texts I get from people there, well, the whole professional wrestling world is waiting for ya” Karl Anderson wrote. @IMPACTWRESTLING @AEW @njpw1972 Gonna talk about it on @TalknShop.”

Here’s the current lineup for the next episode of AEW Dynamite: Homecoming.

  • TNT Championship Match ’“ Miro (c) vs Lee Johnson
  • Cody Rhodes vs Malakai Black
  • The Bunny vs Leyla Hirsch
  • Christian Cage vs The Blade
  • The Trials of Jericho: Chris Jericho vs Juventud Guerrera ’“ Jericho must win with a move from the top rope

AEW Dynamite is available to watch each and every week on TNT Network in the United States. The show is also available for viewers outside of the US on FITE TV as part of the AEW+ subscription service.

Check out all of our AEW Dynamite, Rampage, Dark and Dark:Elevation news here

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