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Tony Khan on WWE: I don’t have writers doing comedy sketches

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AEW President Tony Khan recently discussed the difference between All Elite Wrestling and WWE, at least from his perspective.

The co-owner of Jacksonville Jaguars and Fulham FC spoke on 1010XL in Jacksonville and discussed the major differences between his company and the competition.

“I don’t have 27 Hollywood writers sitting around, writing sketch comedy for the show” Tony Khan began. “We do great wrestling matches. The wrestling that a lot of people in Jacksonville and the southeast grew up on.

“That’s the wrestling I grew up on and I love it. For me, it starts at the top and because I am a big wrestling fan, I try to put on matches that the fans want to see” Khan continued.

“I try not to screw over the fans. I don’t advertise matches that aren’t going to happen, we don’t false advertise stuff” the AEW President noted.

“We try to give matches that the fans want to see. We try not to do the same matches every week, rematch, rematch, rematch, I know some of you are familiar with that where wrestling companies go around with the same guys and girls wrestling every night. It’s not like that here” Khan concluded.

Tony Khan on AEW vs WWE

AEW Dynamite is on every Wednesday night on TNT and FITE; fans in the UK can sign up to watch the show via AEW+ on FITE.

AEW Rampage is on every Friday night on TNT and FITE, fans in the UK can sign up to watch the show via AEW+ on FITE.

All Elite Wrestling also hosts four PPV events per year, available via traditional PPV routes in the United States and again on FITE TV elsewhere. The PPVs are named Double or NothingFull GearAll Out and Revolution.

AEW Dark and AEW Dark: Elevation are available to watch every Monday and Tuesday night on AEW’s official YouTube channel.

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