Tony Khan has become a pioneer in the wrestling business with the emergence of his promotion, AEW in 2019 cementing it as a direct competitor to the global juggernaut, WWE today.

Over the course of five years, AEW signed some of the top names in the business, delivered exceptional bouts inside the ring, and carved a place for themselves among the top in the industry.

AEW has been capturing the audience’s attention with their weekly television programming, with their flagship show, Dynamite, and other shows like Rampage and Collision.

Khan, who serves as the AEW President and CEO recently appeared on SportsGrid to speak about the company’s current performance. He stated that it is the best time for the promotion and they are putting up the best content out there for the fans.


“I think right now is the best AEW has been. In Q1 2024 going into Revolution, it’s an exciting time for the Wrestling business. There are a lot of crazy things happening, and it’s a really important time in wrestling for a variety of reasons. Some things outside of wrestling that are bigger than wrestling. But for us, we’re doing the best wrestling we’ve ever done in AEW right now”

The company is set to produce its next major pay-per-view, AEW Revolution in March 2024 which is set to feature some exciting championship bouts and matches. Moreover, it will be the sight of WCW Legend Sting’s final wrestling match.

So it will surely be an interesting show to watch out for the fans and see if indeed Tony Khan and his team put out the best show ever.

Are you excited about the upcoming AEW Revolution show? Sound off in the comments!

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