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Tony Khan responds to WWE Hall of Famer's claim about AEW

Published at :May 2, 2024 at 1:38 PM
Modified at :May 2, 2024 at 1:38 PM
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Akash Dhanagaran


Tony Khan is the President and CEO of AEW.

WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg is one of the most powerful and dominant professional wrestlers of all time. He is known for his time in WCW, and WWE where he had a great history of wrecking top wrestlers. Berg is a three time World Champion in WWE, however he left the company after his contract expired in 2022.

The 57-year-old, on his recent appearance on 93.7 The Ticket was asked about the possibility of him joining AEW. To which WWE Hall of Famer said that he had a conversation with Tony Khan in the past, but he declined to step in AEW saying that the product is too cheesy. Now Tony Khan have responded to his comments.

Tony Khan’s responds to Goldberg’s comment

Tony Khan responds to Goldberg’s comments on Superstar Crossover. Khan said that his comments were surprising, as their past conversations were positive. He revealed that Goldberg was interested to work in AEW, but his comments are contrasting. Although he took shot at his promotion, Tony wished him best and said that he always have respect for him.

Tony Khan said,

“Bill wanted to work here. I met with Bill several times. Bill was looking to work here. It’s funny because I had a bunch of really nice meetings with Bill and would have honestly been interested in doing something.

“I have a lot of respect for Bill. I was surprised by that because that certainly wasn’t what he said to me when he was talking to me about working here at some point, which I’ve always been open to and I really like Bill.

“It’s all about timing and we’re doing a lot of exciting things right now. Sting just finished up and went out on his own terms doing things he liked and felt strongly about. I know Sting and Bill are good friends. I really like Bill and have respect for him.

“When I saw that, Bill has talked to me about working here, so I don’t think he had any problem with any of that content and anyone who saw Sting’s send off has had positive things to say. I’m not sure what that was about, but I do respect Bill and I like him very much. I wish him the best and God bless him. He’s a great name in wrestling.

“I love what we do in AEW, and he’s entitled to his opinions. Certainly, when I talked to him in-person, several times, in-person and in Zoom and phone calls, we’ve had very nice conversations, and he hasn’t said that. It’s good to know that’s how he feels and maybe that’s an opinion he holds now, but certainly in our past conversations he’s always been a positive and nice guy.”

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