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Tony Schiavone reacts to saying ‘f*ck’ on AEW programming

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Tony Schiavone made a bit of a mishap on the Saturday Night episode of AEW Dynamite when he managed to say the word f*ck on television.

During the match between Bryan Danielson and Dustin Rhodes, Schiavone accidentally said “he f**ked up on that one’ when Rhodes hit a flurry of kicks on the American Dragon.

Speaking on his What Happened When, he addressed what had happened. “I had a feeling that it would come back to bite me, eventually, all the f**ks that I use on this podcast that eventually one would slip out” Tony began.

“Usually, I would think that it would have registered with me at that time that I had set it. If you’re offended by it, f**k you. [laughs]. No, if you’re offended by it then I’m very sorry” Schiavone continued.

“There are stopgaps in place to prevent that. I think everybody missed it because Excalibur when we were walking back would have said something to me. He would have said, ’˜Hey, you got f**k in.’ I would have gone, ’˜What?’ Thank you for warning me, but I feel bad about this.’

Tony Schiavone on saying F*CK on the telly

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