Tony Khan On An AEW Streaming Deal: "Hopefully We Can Make A Solution For The Fans"
Khan wants fans to see The House Always Wins
AEW President Tony Khan has revealed All Elite Wrestling are in talks about partnering with WarnerMedia for a possible streaming deal and he hopes they "can make a solution for the fans."
All Elite Wrestling content is currently available on TV, YouTube and pay-per-view, but with the company's catalogue of content continuing to grow, Khan spoke about the possibility of a streaming deal with Brandon F. Walker on Rasslin'.
"I'm talking to great people about WarnerMedia and AEW partnering. I think there are great opportunities. I work with one of the biggest media companies in the world and they have a lot of great ideas. Hopefully, we can make a solution for the fans," Khan said.
"Believe me, I get asked that question every day. I'm trying to build the library up. We've done over 100 episodes of Dynamite, pay-per-views, streaming specials, I have something nobody has ever seen before with The House Always Wins, a pay-per-view level card. It's something I've been saving and it's a great show nobody has ever seen. It's going to be available."
AEW held their first house show, 'The House Always Wins', on April 9, 2021, in Jacksonville, Florida. The show featured the likes of Kenny Omega, Death Triangle, The Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes. It was main evented by a TNT Title match between then-champion Darby Allin and The Butcher.
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