Tony Khan has commented on Cash Wheeler’s arrest and his status for ALL IN.
The AEW President took part in a media call to promote this weekend’s PPV event earlier yesterday. Khan discussed many things including the original plans for the show and more. He confirmed that Bryan Danielson was originally scheduled for a big match at the event.
The wrestling promoter also discussed Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks’ new AEW contracts and revealed that there will be even more changes to the ALL IN match card due to circumstances out of his control.
Tony Khan confirms status for ALL IN match
“I can’t comment on the specifics at this time because I still don’t know everything. We’re still learning facts. Based on the information we have at this time, we’re still keeping an eye on that situation. At this time, I think it’s a very inconclusive situation.”
Khan explained that they have not seen any conclusive evidence so far. According to him, right now there is no reason to believe that the match between FTR and Young Bucks at ALL IN will be cancelled:
“As of right now, I have no reason to believe — as of now — that there will be a status change to the Tag Team title match, which obviously we’ll keep an eye on that situation. I’m not saying I’m taking it lightly, but as of what I’ve seen right now, I haven’t seen enough to make a change there.”