Tony Khan Says Ring Of Honor Was By no means Thought-about For Saturday Night time Time Slot On TNT


With the premiere of “AEW Collision” imminent, AEW President Tony Khan is making the rounds and doing promotion. In a brand new interview with POST Wrestling’s John Pollock and Wrestlenomics’ Brandon Thurston, Khan was requested about the opportunity of Ring of Honor filling the slot on Saturdays that has been put aside for “Collision,” and Khan says ROH on TNT was by no means a consideration.

“I feel the thought of two extra hours of AEW was very interesting,” Khan mentioned. “What it meant was ‘AEW Darkish’ and ‘AEW Darkish: Elevation’ could be coming to an finish, no less than for now they usually had been nice reveals they usually’ve been large for the event of AEW.”

Khan expects Ring of Honor to fill the void left by ‘Darkish’ and ‘Elevation,’ which offered an area for wrestlers with and with out contracts to get publicity and develop their abilities and characters.

“I feel sooner or later Ring of Honor goes to be essential for the event of AEW,” Khan defined, noting the variety of champions that debuted on “Darkish” and “Elevation.”

Khan thinks that Ring of Honor will not be the one outlet for younger wrestlers to realize expertise, mentioning that he hopes AEW’s partnerships with New Japan Professional-Wrestling, AAA, and different promotions will present alternatives for studying excursions. Khan bought ROH in 2022, not lengthy earlier than the promotion’s Supercard of Honor occasion in April. Since then, Khan has taken steps to revive ROH’s HonorClub streaming platform and produced pay-per-views each few months. ROH Champions have additionally defended their titles on AEW programming.

When you use any of the quotes on this article, please credit score POST Wrestling and Wrestlenomics with an h/t to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.


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