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Tony Khan reveals there will be non-wrestling performances at the AEW Grand Slam

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Tonight will be “AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam” at Arthur Ashe Stadium, featuring five title matches for the show, followed by a two-hour special episode of “Rampage” to be announced on Friday. These are two major events the company is hyping, and during a recent appearance”barstool wrestlin’,” Tony Khan revealed that “the show will include musical performances.”

While these shows tend to focus on what’s happening inside square circles, live music performances are reserved for bigger shows, which highlights how seriously Khan is taking things. He didn’t give any specific names for those who performed during “AEW Dynamite,” but he said, “We have some great people.”

One artist he confirmed would perform for “Rampage” is popular rapper Action Bronson, who sings Hook’s entrance song, “The Chairman’s Intent,” and will do so for Friday’s episode of the taped. This will require Bronson to do double duty, as not only will he be performing the song, but he is set to team up with the FTW Champion to compete in his first wrestling match against 2.0. AEW has a history with live performances over the years, the company has Rancid Play Live for Ruby Soho, while Brian Danielson is also sung by Elliot Taylor, who performs his theme song “Born for Greatness” among others. Is.

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