Tony Khan had the most terrorizing night of his life last week during his tenure of running AEW since 2019 when he was subjected to a vicious assault orchestrated by The Young Bucks and Jack Perry.

In a moment that looked like the reconciliation of two heated foes, Perry nailed Khan with a punch to the gut followed by the Piledriver delivered by Matthew and Nicholas Jackson on him to lay him beaten and battered in the middle of the ring.

After an entire week of sporting a neck brace and making multiple appearances, Tony Khan appeared at the start of tonight’s edition of AEW Dynamite. The AEW President announced that he would produce the show remotely due to his injuries before being abruptly cut off by The Young Bucks.

The Bucks reflected on the assault on Tony Khan and wondered if they would be fired or not for attacking their boss. Further, they revealed that it was not the case due to a clause in their EVP’s contracts. Adding insult to injury, Matthew and Nicholas took over the reins from Tony Khan and announced that they would be running the show instead.


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