AEW Owner, General Manager, and Head of Creative, Tony Khan, is about to face an even busier schedule as the company gears up to launch its new weekly TV show, Collision. With a recent teaser on AEW Dynamite hinting at a "huge announcement," it is widely speculated that AEW and Warner Bros.
Discovery are set to unveil a new TV deal featuring AEW Collision airing on TNT every Saturday at 8 p.m. ET for two hours. Juggling multiple responsibilities is familiar to Tony Khan. In addition to overseeing the creative direction of AEW Dynamite, Rampage, and Ring of Honor shows, which he also owns, he has further commitments as the son of Shahid Khan, owner of the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars and the Fulham football club in the English Premier League.
Tony Khan plays essential roles in both those teams and other businesses he is involved in.
Booker T Urges Tony Khan to Step Back
Given his extensive involvement in AEW and beyond, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T has expressed his belief that Tony Khan may need to step back.
Speaking on his Hall of Fame podcast, Booker T emphasized the importance of gaining a broader perspective and managing everything effectively, sometimes necessitating a temporary retreat to propel oneself forward. Knowing the multitude of responsibilities Khan's shoulders, Booker T advised him to surround himself with the right people and trust their expertise.
According to Booker T, entrusting critical aspects of the business to capable individuals is crucial. He emphasized the need for a reliable support system and expressed confidence that Khan could benefit significantly from such a team.
There have been updates regarding the current AEW creative team and process in related news. Details about the innovative structure have yet to be disclosed, leaving fans and industry insiders eager to learn more about how the team operates behind the scenes.
As Tony Khan continues to navigate his various roles and ventures, including the potential launch of AEW Collision and his commitments to other sports franchises, the importance of managing his workload effectively becomes apparent.
Booker T's advice serves as a reminder for Khan to delegate responsibilities and assemble a trusted team to ensure the continued success and growth of AEW.
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