AEW has never been shy about taking shots at WWE. From Cody Rhodes’ throne breaking antics at Double or Nothing to Bryan Danielson’s shot at WrestleMania during this week’s episode of Dynamite, it seems that there are no limits. This week, after the show went off the air, that shade for the competition continued.

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AEW Dynamite was headlined by FTR vs The Gunns in a match that saw the Top Guys crowned as new AEW World Tag Team Champions. After the match, Tony Khan joined Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler in the ring for a little segment for the live crowd.

During their time in the ring, Dax Harwood saw a fan-made sign that read, “Vince fears Tony.” The poster also featured a Photoshopped image of Tony Khan holding Vince McMahon in a headlock.


Dax Harwood attempted to hand the sign over to Tony Khan in the ring, but the CEO declined the offer. He didn’t want the sign, no matter how dominate it made him appear. This moment only adds to the ongoing feud between WWE and AEW.

AEW fans have always disliked WWE for various reasons, including Vince McMahon’s booking. With Vince McMahon’s return to power in WWE again, grabbing control of creative in the process, those fans have an even bigger reason to be vocal with their anti-Vince messages.

“Fire Vince” is trending on social media for a reason, and Tony Khan is obviously well aware of this. Only time will tell what happens next in this situation, but TK decided against taking another opportunity to throw massive shade at Vince McMahon in this situation.

What’s your take on Vince McMahon fearing Tony Khan? Do you think he is worried about AEW at all? Sound off in the comments!

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