Former WWE Personality Open To Collaborating With AEW

A former WWE personality says they're open to collaborating with Tony Khan.

In a recent interview with Jim Varsallone of the Miami Herald, former WWE personality Charly Arnolt (formerly known as Charly Caruso) revealed that she is open to collaborating with AEW and Tony Khan. 

Arnolt, who knew Khan prior to joining WWE in 2016, explained:

"I think Tony has always left the door open there. I’ve been very just, and ESPN wasn’t so keen on letting me do other opportunities while I was under their roof. So yeah, potentially [...] But then there’s also the idea of Endeavor - who owns UFC, who I already work for - now owns WWE. So listen, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some type of crossover happening with another wrestling company down the road. Who’s to say, right?"

She also credits her friendship with Khan leading to initially joining WWE in the first place:

"I was born in the traditional sports world, and that was the route I intended to go down. I simultaneously had a job offer to be a news anchor in Washington D.C. at a FOX-owned-and-operated station there. I happened to also then get a job offer from WWE after the introduction. I made the introduction through the time I was backstage with Tony."

Arnolt worked for WWE between 2016 and 2021. She also works for conservative-leaning multimedia platform OutKick, having previously stated "cancel culture doesn’t exist here. I speak freely" in an interview with IndyStar.

H/T to Fightful.

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