Soul Train Jones started off AEW Dynamite this week by introducing Chris Jericho. It was a big moment for the former Virgil as he remained in the ring throughout The Inner Circle’s entire Thanksgiving extravaganza.

While speaking to Wrestling Inc, Virgil admitted that AEW is only going to strengthen the entire pro wrestling landscape. They will be able to do something very special if they keep going on and that includes selling out huge venues in no time.

“It will better everyone where they can get on national TV and shine. Show around the world what you can do and then come to Madison Square Garden, or the Staples Center in LA, and pack it in 3 minutes. We should sell out Madison Square Garden in a minute.”

We’ll have to see what’s next for Soul Train Jones in All Elite Wrestling. He is definitely stepping up as a great hype man.


At this time, the only pro wrestling company talking to MSG is WWE. They have show on the day after Christmas and another scheduled on March 22nd, 2020.

AEW has spoken to the World’s Most Famous Arena in the past, but they have yet to announce a New York City date.

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