AEW presented their first episode of Collision this week, and fans couldn’t wait to see what Tony Khan’s company had in store for a Saturday. After the show is over, we are now finding out about several things that went on backstage.

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PW Insider provided a note on Chris Hero’s involvement backstage at AEW Collision. It was noted that he produced ROH matches, and he was also on the headset for several of those contests as well.

Chris Hero was backstage producing matches for Ring of Honor and was on headset for several matches, including The Chicago Street Fight that closed the taping.  He will be in for a few weeks after being suggested as a potential addition to the team by some of the other Producers, but is not in officially yet.   


Of course, it was previously reported before the taping that Chris Hero was working behind the scenes at the taping. Hopefully, his influence will go on to help the AEW and ROH roster in a big way.

We will have to see what happens in the weeks to come. AEW has to create a new crew for their Collision show, or they are going to run their current staff ragged. Either way, Tony Khan’s company will continue presenting their shows, no matter how many fans buy tickets for the events.

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