Tony Khan Shuts Down Talk Of AEW Running Two-Day PPVs
AEW are sticking with one-day shows
Tony Khan has quickly shut down talk that All Elite Wrestling will eventually run two-day pay-per-views following Dustin Rhodes' comments at a recent convention.
Khan said on Busted Open Radio: "I saw a report that we were talking about doing two-day pay-per-views, and I was like, 'Who said that?' I looked and it was Dustin! I was like, 'Why would Dustin say that?' I love Dustin so much and I was surprised that he said it because it's not something we seriously internally discussed. At most, at times, I like looking at other business models, at most I've said, 'That's an interesting business model,' but far from saying, 'That's how I'm taking our stuff' or 'That's what I'm going to do.' I'm definitely not doing that.
"Even if I was, and I'm not, I probably wouldn't want somebody to break that news at a panel. I can honestly say, that's not what we're doing anyway. I was surprised by that. For the long-term, foreseeable future, I still see the pay-per-views being the great one-day events we've been doing. A lot of people were like, 'How is that going to work, what is that about?' Well, it's not going to work, it's not about anything. It's not true."
AEW currently hold four one-day pay-per-views a year with Revolution, Double Or Nothing, All Out, and Full Gear. Tony Khan is now involved in running Ring Of Honor pay-per-views after he acquired the promotion in March.
H/T to Fightful