Big changes are expected in AEW
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 638
It has been on everyone's lips for weeks now, the fact that Vince Mcmahon announced his retirement from all his roles in the company while remaining a shareholder while everything is in the hands of his daughter Stephanie and her husband Triple H, who takes care of all the creative part of the company.
After the news obviously, the web was unleashed and on all social networks, everyone wanted to say about him, including the CEO of All Elite Wrestling Tony Khan, who as always wanted to express himself in his own way, also making someone turn up their noses.
His h*t tweet in fact quoted: “Thanks to you wrestling fans and your great support for AEW, I am grateful to be the longest serving CEO in professional wrestling. Thanks so much to every single person who watches @AEWonTV!
See you on Friday night #AEWRampage on @TNTdrama”. Obviously, after the first rather goliardic tweet, Tony Khan returned several times to have his say, even in a fairly serious way, with the patron of the number two company in the world, who in his last interview also wanted to make people understand how the world of pro-wrestling will now acquire numerous benefits, without the old WWE Chairman at his feet.
AEW doesn't wait
Apparently, according to what was reported by the well-known website PW Insider, there would have been a meeting in the night, just before the live AEW Dynamite, with the president of AEW Tony Khan who would have spoken with the entire roster of the company, for those who will be of the modernizations and changes that will arrive in the federation shortly.
In his speech, Khan said that "after years of domination in the WWE industry" it is time to shake off this burden and that AEW will take off as the world's first company shortly, giving the McMahon-owned company a run for its money as well.
increasing its internal development center for young talents. In his speech, Tony Khan also wanted to confirm how the AEW legal department sent an official email to Nick Khan and Stephanie Mcmahon, warning them not to "tamper" and therefore steal talent from the rival company.
In this context, Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, Tony Schiavone and Chris Jericho apparently also spoke, but their words were not reported. That a real war with WWE has now begun?