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“AEW shows can be seen in 130 countries” – Tony Khan Says AEW Is Reaching WWE’s Level

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• “AEW shows can be seen in 130 countries” – Tony Khan Says AEW Is Reaching WWE’s Level

AEW was launched in 2019 and it’s the second biggest wrestling promotion, only behind WWE.

During an interview with Tokyo Sports, AEW President Tony Khan noted that All Elite Wrestling is reaching WWE’s level.

Below is what he said about the difference in the reach between WWE & AEW:

“There was a big difference at first, but as a result of efforts, the difference in audience mobilization is closing and the audience rating is also increasing.

I think the good thing about us is that we have achieved international growth in a short period of time.

AEW shows can be seen in 130 countries around the world, and the relationship with New Japan has strengthened my position in Japan. That led to the joint entertainment.

The birth of AEW was a great stimulus for the professional wrestling world, and I think it had a positive impact.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (June 25, 1995) – WWF Action Zone 1995

On this day in 1995, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Action Zone’.

This episode featured matches, highlight videos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF King of the Ring 1995’ PPV, that took place later on the same day.

Here’s the card:

Promo By Henry Godwinn

Hakushi vs. Bob Cook

The Bret Hart New WWF Generation Vignette

A Vignette On Waylon Mercy

Aldo Montoya vs. Bill Payne

Promo By Mr. Backlund

Mabel vs. David Haskins

Interview w/ The Undertaker And Paul Bearer

Sid/Tatanka vs. Buck Quartermaine/Gus Kantarakus

Interview w/ Sid, Tatanka, And Ted DiBiase After The Match

Highlights Of The Feud Between Diesel/Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Sid/Tatanka

Promo By Jerry Lawler

Bret Hart vs. Henry Godwinn

        
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