Big Swole comments on AEW



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Big Swole comments on AEW

In early December 2021, Big Swole announced that by mutual agreement with All Elite Wrestling (AEW), he left the company, not renewing the contract that was expiring. Speaking on Call-In Show, he wanted to give some more details about what happened: “I explained to Tony Khan that I didn't want to re-sign because my peace had been broken.

If someone knows me or knows me, if something is disturbing your peace, it's time to let it go. It can be scary or difficult, but it's time to let it go."

Big Swole talks about AEW

Big Swole went into even more detail talking about very important issues, especially in the world we live in today: “My heart stopped being in it as the reason I left AEW.

I felt there were a lot of things, which I told them in my farewell interview, there are a lot of things that need to change. I know that the fans of the company sometimes don't take criticism well, some. Know this, this is from someone from the inside, the facility is not perfect.

It's okay to be loose, but I like to have a little more structure. I felt that women shouldn't have to go through everything they've been through just to go on TV or have time. You have a contract with this great company, you should have time.

All of these men have time, but women haven't gotten anything or put people on TV because more people are coming. Okay, more people are coming, but you don't have enough product for all these people. Now you have all these people sitting there having a two or three-minute match on Dark, it doesn't make me happy.

Shoveling more money doesn't make a person happy. We have seen it over and over again, especially in a place where there is not enough space. There are no writers in a sense. Not everyone is comfortable writing their own stuff.

Closed mouths are not fed. This is precisely the environment. If you're shy and don't know how to write or aren't creative, you won't be doing anything on a business level unless they want this thing to work for you.

It's one of their biggest problems." Outside of the lack of structure, their biggest problem is diversity. I don't hang around when it comes to diversity and my people. There is no representation, really, and when there is, it does not present itself in the black community as genuine.

At all. I don't know why everyone is so afraid to accept it or say it, but it doesn't look good. What happens is that you have this wonderful company that treats people like family, but there is no one like me who is represented on top and in the room with them.

They don't necessarily help to influence decisions, but to explain why a certain slang or certain words shouldn't be said. There is no one else who can explain our culture and experience but us," she added.