Tony Khan says there's more to come involving the power balance in pro wrestling.
Ahead of Wednesday's AEW Dynamite, Khan teased massive surprises and claimed "the balance of power in wrestling will shift tonight." Fans were immediately excited as many rumors and theories began to spread on the internet.
At the Dynamite taping, Khan told fans to stick around until the end, promising things would be good.
Tonight we have a great lineup for #AEWDynamite Live on TNT at 8pm ET/7pm CT! For the rest of 2020, #AEW will keep delivering great matches on Wednesday Nights + there are massive surprises ahead! Please join us on TNT tonight, the balance of power in wrestling will shift tonight— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) November 11, 2020
Dynamite ended with PAC returning to the promotion to confront Eddie Kingston. While PAC's return was somewhat of a surprise, those with higher expectations were left disappointed.
Commenting to PWInsider, Khan defended his tweet and offered further clarity.
"There's more to come, Pac coming back is the beginning of a huge push for the rest of the year, as I said in my last tweet just now. Balance of power in storyline refers to Eddie [Kingston]'s strong power base as a character which could be threatened, but it also refers to the big push AEW is making for the rest of the year into and through December and into 2021."
Thank you everyone who watched #AEWDynamite tonight! It’s great to get Pac back in AEW! We’ve made some big announcements & huge matches for next week & for weeks to come into December. Tonight opened a new chapter, I promise indelible moments on Dynamite are still coming in 2020— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) November 12, 2020
If you missed anything from AEW Dynamite, check out Fightful's full report on the show by clicking here.