Tony Khan: This Has Been The Second Hardest Week I've Had In AEW
Khan was speaking to the live crowd following AEW Dynamite
Tony Khan has admitted this past week has been 'the second hardest week' he has ever had in running All Elite Wrestling.
Khan addressed the live audience in Independence, Missouri, following the conclusion of this week's episode of AEW Dynamite. The AEW President announced earlier this week that Jon Moxley had entered into an inpatient alcohol treatment program.
Sending a message to Moxley during his speech, Khan said that the former AEW World Champion was in his thoughts before confessing that he was going through his 'second hardest week' of producing Dynamite, second only to the tragic passing of Brodie Lee.
Speaking to the live crowd after AEW Dynamite went off the air, Khan said: "This was, by far, the second hardest week of ever getting through this show. Nothing will ever ever ever compare to last December. We miss you Brodie. That was by far the hardest week of being in the wrestling business.
"I’ve only been in the wrestling business a few years, but that was, by far, the hardest week of it, and this was, by far, number two. Nothing can compare to this.
"I just want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for being here. I appreciate all you, and if there’s one person we’re all thinking about right now, and we know who it is."
The live audience would chant 'Moxley' at the end of Khan's address.
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