AEW’s April 10th episode of Dynamite gave viewers an exclusive look into the behind-the-scenes aspects of the All-In event. The Young Bucks shared captivating footage of a tense altercation between Jack Perry and CM Punk, which escalated when Punk aggressively shoved Perry. Tony Khan has now noted that TBS was pleased with the performance of AEW after the footage aired.

The footage revealed a heated confrontation between Jack Perry and CM Punk, which escalated into an aggressive exchange where Punk shoved Perry. This intense moment caused chaos backstage, prompting the intervention of Samoa Joe and other AEW staff members to restore order and diffuse the situation.

The release of this footage ignited significant discussion across social media platforms. In an unexpected turn of events, AEW took proactive measures to remove all digital content related to the All-In backstage altercation, effectively taking control of the narrative and limiting the spread of the incident.

While speaking during the AEW Dynasty media call, Khan noted that after the ratings came in, TBS contacted him to commend him on the good job, expressing satisfaction with the show’s performance since ratings are the network’s most crucial metric. He mentioned that ratings serve as the primary source of fan feedback for the network.


Khan also believes that airing the footage added significant intrigue to the upcoming tag team title match scheduled for the weekend. This exposure likely heightened interest in the event and built anticipation for the match.

AEW’s backstage reaction to airing the All In footage was revealed as well. Even Tony Khan was heavily criticized for this move and Eric Bischoff clowned AEW for the same. Nonetheless, many believe that airing the footage did more harm than good to AEW.

Do you agree with Tony Khan’s point of view when it comes to releasing the All In footage? Let us know in the comments section below!

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