Tony Khan Gets Paranoid After AEW Loses to WWE SmackDown

Published 10/19/2021, 10:05 AM EDT


The landscape of the pro-wrestling business has gone crazy these days. With only two names popping on the wrestling screens – WWE and AEW. However, AEW Rampage’s win over WWE SmackDown’s in terms of key demo rating made AEW President Tony Khan release a number of Tweets, which raised some eyebrows.

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Tony Khan displayed almost a child-like behavior on his social media, where he replied to every tweet which was remotely related to the comparison between AEW and WWE.

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Khan replied to tweets in such a way that it looked like he was pushing his AEW programming down the throat of the audience. Which does not look like the owner of a company in any sports.

HOUSTON, TX – DECEMBER 28: Tony Khan, son of team owner Shahid Khan of the Jacksonville Jaguars, waits on the field before their game against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium on December 28, 2014, in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Is it a child or is Tony Khan?

Tony constantly took to Twitter, where he talked about AEW fans and how AWE butchered the last 30 minutes of WWE’s SmackDown and that AEW is the A1 show here.

Even the fans online did not like the behavior of AEW’s President and it only showed how insecure Tony Khan is right now.

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This rating war should bring out the best talents and ideas from the two companies and not it should not just be about taking shots at each other.

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However, AEW stands tall when it comes to taking shots on WWE. On the other hand, WWE does this too, but not that much.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. He graduated from Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology in Ghaziabad. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports.

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