TONY KHAN AGREES!!! There are reasons to Block Superstars From Third Party Platforms.

AEW fans you can't disagree with WWE all the time.


AEW owner Tony Khan spoke with the media after the AEW All Out event. Khan spoke about allowing superstars to interact with third party platforms to make extra money and pursue other interests

Tony Khan and AEW has taken the stand to be Anti-WWE and anti-Vince McMahon. WWE has CTE protocols and AEW and Tony Khan proved last night during the Matt Hardy incident that the Wrestlers call the shots when AEW allowed the match to continue as opposed to stopping it completely. However, when pertaining to 3rd party platforms, Tony Khan doesn’t fully disagree with Vince McMahon and The WWE:

I think some sponsorship stuff is a gray area. You know, if one of your big star wrestlers was to go try and get a Pepsi sponsorship under their Twitch and not as a wrestler, you’d be like, well, that seems like you’re trying to circumvent the company.”

Khan said, “I don’t want people to be concerned that I’m going to stop them from trying to monetize their Twitch or even appearance money and things of that nature. I think there are gray areas. I think, you know, all of these different mediums, all these platforms are different and I probably have different answers on different platforms. I think some sponsorship stuff is a gray area. You know, if one of your big star wrestlers was to go try and get a Pepsi sponsorship under their Twitch and not as a wrestler, you’d be like, well, that seems like you’re trying to circumvent the company.”


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