Notes on Chris Hero and Chelsea Green

Aug 13, 2023 - by James Walsh

– In an interview with Post Wrestling (via Fightful), Chris Hero spoke about how he is able to balance his job as a producer in AEW with matchmaking duties in West Coast Pro.

He said: “When I talked to AEW about coming in for a couple of shows and coaching/producing/agenting, I was very specific in certain compromises that I didn’t want to make. I had been putting this time and effort into West Coast Pro, and they’ve also been giving their time to me and allowing me to play around with things and work with stuff. The last thing I wanted to do was put three or four months of work into West Coast Pro and then, ‘see you guys.’ They were understanding and anytime there is a West Coast Pro show, I’m not going to miss it unless there is some kind of emergency.”

He was later asked if he was exclusive to AEW Collision or if he worked other shows. He replied: “I wouldn’t say exclusive, but maybe more emphasis on Saturdays because it’s a brand new show and they need extra people. I think I was brought in with that in mind. I’ve done a little bit of everything. I’ve done pay-per-views, Rampage, Dynamite. Maybe there is a week or two when I miss Collision and I’ll make it up on Dynamite. Next month, there is a stretch where I have Dynamite, Collision, Dynamite, Collision. There is no rule. It’s ever-changing.”

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