Tony Khan isn’t happy with WWE’s counter programming

Sep 5, 2022 - by Steve Gerweck

Tony Khan isn’t happy with WWE holding Clash At The Castle & Worlds Collide during All Out weekend.

“we were the 1st pro wrestling show on labour day weekend last year and we were the 3rd this year. I don’t think that’s a coincidence. When the fight is brought, I have unique ways. A lot of money to bring the fight. This is not a game to me. This is my life. I don’t think it’s a joke. I take it very seriously. When I compared myself to Jim Crockett promotions this weekend, I got a taste of the same medicine Jim Crockett promotions took, but I have a lot more f#*^ ing money and I’m serious, I’m not gonna sit back and take this ”

5 Responses

  1. Mike Oxmaul says:

    he is a self-entitled prick

  2. WrestleFan says:

    Oh, and Triple H isn’t?

    The contract tampering was the same stuff TNA tried suing WWE for.

    So, it turns out that WWE, despite all their denials, is afraid of AEW becoming to them what they were to WCW.

  3. Pisto75666 says:

    No, Triple H isn’t. I don’t see him talking about AEW every twenty minutes.

    Aww. Rich brat’s having a tantrum. But I thought…*checks notes* you didn’t care about WWE, Tony?

  4. What? says:

    Didn’t seem too concerned about it when he originally put Dynamite on the same night as NXT. Or Rampage on the same night as Smackdown. “But…but…Rampage is on the same night, but not the same time…” Sure. And Worlds Collide wasn’t the same time as All Out. Between Khan and Punk, is angry mostly-pointless ranting with swearing for extra “edginess” just AEW’s brand these days? Or is Tony just mad that the business he keeps claiming is competition is treating him like, you know, competition?

  5. Mackdeezy says:

    As if Phony Kahn hasnt done any of this.

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