WWE is running the Clash at the Castle premium live event on Saturday, September 3, and just before All Elite Wrestling’s All Out pay-per-view event airs on NXT Worlds Collide Sunday, AEW’s Tony Khan airs All the All During a scathing attack about WWE. Post-show media scandal, describing how he wasn’t going to “sit back and take this f***ing sh**.” When asked original questions about how he felt about having the third wrestling event of the weekend, Khan immediately compared himself to the Jim Crockett promotion, saying that he “got the taste of the same drug” he had taken, however. They have “a lot”. More f***ing money than Jim Crockett.”
WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash decides to comment on AEW owner’s jab in WWE and defend Triple H, calling Khan for the idea that the company tried to sew AEW by holding their first two events .
“Khan took it like I had money and WWE went to war,” Nash said in the latest episode of his podcast, “Click it.” “I looked at it like ‘You’ve got a Sunday dude, what more do you want? And you’re following Sunday into Labor Day.'”
Nash lashed out at AEW and its EVPs about CM Punk, saying how bad it was for the promotion’s new world champion to go out at press conferences and do business for himself. He also addressed rumors that the situation was a part of a story, stating that he would never let anyone punch him in the face as a “work”.