AEW President Tony Khan, known for his passion for the business, found himself in another Twitter meltdown. This triggered various reactions from the online community. Now he was called out for letting the tweets get to him.

This all started from a troll tweet from The USA Network account. This led to Tony Khan going to Twitter to defend his booking decisions and his company, while also throwing some shade at Jinder Mahal.

“A double standard: @730hook 28-1 career record, on winning streak calls out the Champ, a logical challenge sparks online outrage Jinder has literally lost every single match he’s in for the past year, immediately gets title shot, where is the rage #AEWDynamite TOMORROW on TBS.“

Things only got worse from there as Eric Bischoff and Tony Khan traded shots on Twitter. Even Jonathan Coachman went after Tony Khan for his meltdown. All in all, it was simply not a good look at all for the AEW President.

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While speaking on Busted Open Radio, Bully Ray expressed the view that Tony Khan’s reaction on social media didn’t benefit him or AEW, suggesting that responding to criticism only invites more negativity. He called out Khan for letting the tweets get to him.

“What good did it do? Nothing. Zero. You are allowing people to get to you. You are showing the world that social media is bothering you because he had to have read this HOOK outrage somewhere.”

Jinder Mahal even gloated about dominating Twitter after the social media discourse. Regardless, one can only hope Tony Khan will eventually realize that engaging in such petty antics will only further damage his reputation and nothing more.

What’s your view on what Bully Ray had to say? Do you feel Tony Khan needs to stay off Twitter permanently? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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