Tony Khan Considering Adding An Intermission To AEW PPVs

Would you like a break from the action?

While All Elite Wrestling pay-per-views only come around once a quarter, the shows are often long affairs and regularly clock in at over four hours.

Tony Khan was a recent guest on Busted Open Radio to talk about the promotion's first house show and, as is typical with live events, the show had an intermission. Khan noted this has given him something to think about and he is curious to know what others think about possibly adding an intermission to AEW pay-per-views.

"We have great [video packages] and we could do that. Also, a [countdown] clock. If you watch the Road To or the countdown, you might've seen them, but that's even better. They are part of the pay-per-view, putting some [video packages] up. I think it's a good idea. If [Busted Open hosts Tommy Dreamer and Dave LaGreca] like it, that makes me feel a little better. Maybe it's a good idea. If the fans like it, then maybe it's a good idea," Khan said.

Ultimately we will have to wait until AEW returns to pay-per-view on May 30 with Double Or Nothing to find out Khan's decision.

H/T to Fightful for the transcription  

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