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AEW Owner Tony Khan Called Out Over Double Standards Regarding Racism

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As seen on this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, ECW Legend Sabu debuted.

He will be in Adam Cole’s corner when Cole faces Chris Jericho in an Unsanctioned Match at the Double Or Nothing 2023 pay-per-view this Sunday night.

After Sabu’s debut, his old comments about fellow ECW Legend Taz (who works in All Elite Wrestling now) surfaced online.

Below is what Sabu tweeted in 2016:

“Taz is a n***er.”

When called out for this, Sabu said:

“Grow up, every one is a little bit racist. Even your mother. I am not a racist, but I don’t care if a n***er that called me a drug addict thinks so.”

AEW President Tony Khan is currently being called out on Social Media, because a few years ago, Tony announced that Hulk Hogan is banned from his promotion due to Hogan’s use of the N-word in the past (which he used in his leaked $ex tape). However, Tony had no problem in bringing in Sabu, who publicly said it.

Some fans pointed out how Tony has double standards regarding these situations, as he has used Mike Tyson multiple times on his shows, despite Tyson being convicted of rape in the past.

AEW booked Tyson when he came out of retirement in Boxing a few years ago and had a lot of mainstream media buzz surrounding him.

What are your thoughts on this situation?

Also Read: Tony Khan Comments On Sabu’s AEW Status

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