AEW brought another night of Dynamite for fans this week, and fans tuned in to see what Tony Khan’s company had in store. During the show, Tony Khan appeared, and he had yet another announcement for fans.

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Tony Khan appeared during AEW Dynamite this week and he had a big announcement. The Owen Hart Foundation Tournament is coming back, and this year the matches will be very special.

No competitors have been announced yet, but the contests for the tournament will take place in Canada. Matches will also take place at Forbidden Door on June 25th.


The tournament finals will take place on July 15th in Calgary, Alberta, Owen Hart’s hometown. That seems to be a Saturday, which will probably be their new television show, Collision. We will have to see who wins this year’s tournament, but it is certainly an honor that all AEW stars will fight for.

Britt Baker and Adam Cole won last year’s tournament. Only time will tell who pulls down the big win and the trophies and bragging rights that come with it.

Owen Hart’s widow, Martha Hart, swore off any affiliation with WWE. This is why Owen is not in the WWE Hall of Fame, and he never will be. Martha Hart never wanted to help put money in the pockets of the company responsible for her husband’s death. Since AEW’s inception, Tony Khan tried to form an alliance with Martha Hart, and they did just that last year. Now, Owen Hart is receiving official merchandise, and a tournament in his honor in AEW.

What’s your take on the next Owen Hart Foundation tournament? Who do you think will win this time/ Sound off in the comments!

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