Tony Khan recently addressed the issue of false viewership numbers circulating regarding AEW Collision.

Khan attributed the dissemination of inaccurate data to what he perceives as predatory business practices akin to those faced by wrestling territories in the 1980s, notably referencing Jim Crockett Promotions.

In tweet, Khan expressed gratitude to AEW fans for their support and reaffirmed the company’s commitment to the wrestling industry. He also highlighted the upcoming episode of AEW Rampage, underscoring the importance of fan engagement and viewership.

It’s worth noting that AEW Collision actually drew 378,000 viewers, significantly higher than the falsely reported figures.


Khan’s proactive engagement on social media, including his recent remark about booking for the “sickos,” showcases his hands-on approach and dedication to AEW’s fan base.

What are your thoughts on Tony Khan addressing the issue of false viewership numbers for AEW Collision? How do you feel about his comparison to the predatory business practices of the 1980s wrestling territories, and what impact do you think this will have on AEW’s perception among fans and the wrestling community? Share your insights and predictions in the comment section below!

Steve Carrier

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