Tony Khan Gives Updates On Bryan Danielson, AEW All In PPV, & More

Tony Khan is busier than ever! This past weekend, the young executive presented a three-hour television block consisting of another firey episode of AEW Collision and the latest Battle of The Belts installment. On the horizon is tomorrow night’s AEW Dynamite: Blood & Guts-themed episode, followed by ROH Death Before Dishonor on Friday, and AEW All In and AEW All Out not far behind them. With so much going on, Khan decided to take some time out of his day for a media call.

One of the topics addressed was the streaming availability for AEW All In in London on August 27. The event has begun to take on historical significance as it is reportedly within 6000 sold tickets of becoming the most attended pro wrestling event of all time. While no matches have officially been announced for the card, many wonder how they can watch the show if they can’t be inside Wembley Stadium.

Khan was coy when it came to exact details but did say more information would be coming soon and that it would be available for everyone to watch live. He also noted that previous AEW events had been streamed by Bleacher Report, a big hint about where it could be available.

Elsewhere on the call, Khan was asked about the injury status of Bryan Danielson following Forbidden Door 2. Khan confirmed that the injury is worse than expected and that The American Dragon is no longer traveling to shows or attending creative meetings. However, he remains in regular contact with Khan and appears to be contributing his opinions on various creative ideas. No timeline was given in regard to when he could return to the AEW fold.

An interesting exchange broke out between Khan and Wrestlenomics’ Brandon Thurston when it was mentioned how strong the viewership was for Collision and Battle of The Belts this past Saturday night. Since the viewership was consistent and Top 5 worthy across all three hours, Thurston wanted to know if Khan would consider giving Dynamite a third hour of TV, like Raw, instead of presenting a single hour of Rampage elsewhere, which sees AEW’s lowest viewership.

Khan was certainly happy with the numbers he saw today and said that Battle of The Belts events will likely continue to air after Collision since the formula seemed to work. He didn’t want to commit either way to a third hour of Dynamite but conceded he is open to exploring options regarding how they spread out their TV hours each week.