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Tony Khan Talks Shane McMahon In AEW

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Feb 11, 2022

Tony Khan Talks Shane McMahon In AEW

Never say never in professional wrestling, the approach AEW President Tony Khan is taking with regards to Shane McMahon calling him up to work with All Elite Wrestling.

During a recent interview with SI.com, AEW President Tony Khan was asked if he would be interested in working with Shane McMahon, who was "let go" from WWE following his attitude backstage at the 2022 Royal Rumble event.

Here is what Tony Khan said:

"I’d certainly take the call. I’m sure he’d be an interesting person to talk to about wrestling. I’m not sure exactly if he would be a fit. I have not heard from him, and I don’t expect to hear from him, but in this business, you never know."

Khan also commented on Jay White’s debut on Dynamite this past Wednesday:

“Expect to see more Jay White in AEW. He came through the ‘Forbidden Door’, and there were many reasons his arrival transpired the way it did on Dynamite. That wasn’t finalized until Sunday, and I’m so happy that we could bring that excitement to the fans.”

Khan also talked about Keith Lee’s debut…

“Keith’s debut was incredible,” Khan says. “Much to my amazement, Keith got released. As soon as I saw that he was released, this was the moment I dreamed about. It was crazy timing. I’m so happy with how the debut has been received. It’s very well deserved, and I am very excited to have Keith in AEW.”


Tags: #aew #tony khan #shane mcmahon

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