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Tony Khan applauds AEW Dynamite viewership after WWE Raw dip

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AEW boss Tony Khan seems to be a fan of many things; Fulham FC, the Jacksonville Jaguars, Pro Wrestling, and (understandably) have nothing to do with the wild backstage fights that might be taking place around their AEW locker rooms. Another thing he really loves; AEW continues to be a success, something that Khan, who is arguably the second biggest wrestling promoter in the world, likes to remind people of every opportunity he gets.

And Khan did the same thing again today Twitter To promote AEW’s recent appearances as well as yesterday’s episode of “AEW Dynamite”. “Thanks to you, we’ve been in cable’s top 2 shows ages 18-49 for 15 straight Wednesdays, and reached 1 million+ total viewers on 3 straight Wednesdays for the first time in 11 months! We’re a huge tomorrow! We’re back on Wednesday night with AEW Dynamite and Tournament of Champions!” Despite no mention of AEW rival promotions or yesterday’s episode of “Raw”, some have considered Khan’s comments a bit against WWE. “Raw,” which has been riding high in ratings since a new regime led by Stephanie McMahon, Nick Khan and Triple H, faced competition from the Emmys last Monday and rose in ratings during ESPN’s Monday return. saw a decline. Night Football.

Despite the logic, as Khan pointed out, “AEW Dynamite” will re-air from Albany, New York, tomorrow night. The show, as officially shown on “AEW Rampage”, will feature the semi-final matches of Brian Danielson vs Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley vs Sammy Guevara of AEW Champions of Champions, as well as Hikaru Shida and AEW Interim Women’s World Champion . Tony Storm faced Britt Baker and Serena Deb in tag team action. For now, there are no plans for CM Punk or The Elite to return.

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